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Survive key sessions with this digital piano and accessory kit combo.
This complete keyboard package includes the entry-level Yamaha NP11 Portable Digital Piano, with the key essentials of Yamaha’s D2 Survival Kit, which includes a power adaptor, foot switch, headphones, and a DVD with plenty of learn to play software, digital owner's manuals and information on other Yamaha products. Plus, you also receive a two-year extended warranty and over $200 of rebate coupons on great Yamaha instruments and accessories. It also includes a bench, keyboard stand, and headphones.
The Yamaha NP11 is a 61-key digital piano that takes Piaggero's signature concept of slim, light, and compact to a new level. It features high-quality voices that sound more realistic than ever before, and a wide variety of simple, user-friendly functions. With Yamaha's renowned digital expertise and quality craftsmanship, the NP11 was designed and built with the beginner in mind. Its inspiring expressive sound, touch-sensite keys, and easy portability (thanks to a mere 11lb. weight and battery power) make it the perfect practice instrument that you can take with you anywhere you go.
Gear One G900DX Headphones
Gear One G900DX are circumaural headphones designed for playback, monitoring, and recording. With a lightweight 40mm neodynium driver, soft leatherette earpads and versatile hinge design, the G900DX offers extended frequency response, hours of comfort, and easy storage and handling.
On-Stage Stands KS7190 SIngle-Braced Stand
The lightweight and adjustable "X"-style KAS7190 stand is perfect for many of today's lightweight keyboards.
Musician's Gear Deluxe Keyboard Bench
X-style folding throne features supreme comfort from heavy padding and great stability from rubber foot stabilizers. Height adjusts from 21-1/4" to 25-3/4". 23-3/5" wide.
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Comments about NP11 61-Key Digital Piano w/ Yamaha D2 Survival Kit, Bench, Stand, & Headphones:
Okay. The truth about this "Digital Piano". It's very light weight and it only has five octaves. So if you are an intermediate piano player, it would not do for you.
The action, it has no action. It feels more like a keyboard. The only difference is that it has a feature where you can control how loud the "piano" sounds based on how hard you hit the notes. But don't be mistaken, the notes do not become harder to press. It's just that you have to hit them hard, medium or soft for them to produce their full sound spectrum. If you want the weight-hammer key feel of a piano, you will not get it with this one.
The accessories that come with the "Digital Piano" are very good. The stand and the bench are great. I believe they are Music Gear brand. It also comes with a Music Gear pair of over the head headphones. The pinao sounds better with them, and even though the Yamaha survivor kit comes with a pair of over the head headphones, the Music Gear one are alot better. It also comes with some Yamaha DVD, and I believe there is a software too. The sustain pedal is very cheap, but get the job done. You may want to upgrade that if you are picky or know your stuff.
The settings are not complicated, but they are not easy to use unless you memorize what every single key on the piano will do for programing purposes or you will have to have the quick reference guide or the manual handy to change some settings. It would have been nice if Yamaha would have put some label on top of the piano, where the piano keys are, like they did with the deomo songs numbers so people would not have to be looking at a book everytime they wanted to change some simple settings.
If you want details about what features and settings you can do, just read the manual or the specs posted in this website or Yamaha's.
Overall, this is a great buy at a great price. You just have to take it for what it is and you should not be dissapointed. Remember, it looks like a piano, it sounds like one, but it is more like a good looking mini "want to be piano" which keyboard personality.