Designed for the beginner or music hobbyist, the entry level portable keyboards represent the first models in their price points to include complete MIDI compatibility and sequencing functions that up until recently could only be found on higher-priced units and professional workstations.
For the more serious players. All features offered in the Yamaha Arranger Workstations, including the sound, are top class. Whether you are creating a classical composition or a background score for a movie or just playing for the fun of it, these arranger workstations are the ultimate toolkit to inspire your imagination and turn your ideas into music. All other standard features like PC connectivity, storage and expansion options are provided.
The Yamaha DGX portable grand keyboard instruments feature many of the music and tuition features of Yamaha’s successful portable keyboard range, together with an extended 76 or 88-note keyboard, allowing piano-style performance at a much lower price point. The DGX Series features a fully weighted Graded Hammer action keyboard, giving the performer true acoustic piano feel and response.
The Arius Digital Home Pianos are highlighted by their enhanced Voice architecture and attractive wood-finish cabinets. They have 88 weighted keys with graded action offering Yamaha's trademark playability and the remarkably realistic sound of a stereo-sampled Yamaha concert grand.
If you are looking for the sound and feel of a grand piano and at the same time you are looking for the portability of a keyboard, then you should have a look at Yamaha stage pianos. Yamaha’s experience in making acoustic pianos is reflected in this ultimate range of pianos.
The Clavinova is the perfect replacement for a piano. It sounds exactly like a piano (and like dozens of other instruments), thanks to Advanced Wave Modeling (AWM) synthesis. But it also feels like a piano, due to the careful attention to the Graded Hammer keyboard, which offers different amounts of resistance in the lower range, and less in the upper, just like a grand piano. These features are only two among dozens that make the experience of playing a Clavinova exactly like playing an acoustic piano, but unlike and acoustic piano, it never goes out of tune.