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Yamaha P-140 Contemporary Digital Piano
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The Yamaha P-140 Contemporary Digital Piano features 88 graded, hammer keys as well as realistic piano and instrumental voices for the feel of an aco...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Yamaha P-140 Contemporary Digital Piano features 88 graded, hammer keys as well as realistic piano and instrumental voices for the feel of an acoustic piano with the advanced features of a digital keyboard. Exceptional range of instrument voices includes organs, harpsichords, and the all-in-one piano and string dual voice. Dynamic stereo sampling AWM tone generation produces rich instrument sounds.
The Yamaha P-140 features 64-note polyphony, 14 voices with 3 tonal variations each, dual and split modes, and built-in speakers with 2x6W amplifiers. A selection of 50 different piano songs, many of them classic piano pieces, is a great reference for anyone learning to play or just for listening during a break. You can also mute the left- or right-hand parts so that you can practice with each hand separately. The Yamaha P-140 also features metronome, footpedal, and music rest, plus MIDI I/O, dual headphone jacks, aux out, and aux pedal connections.
- 88 graded, hammer keys
- Realistic piano and instrumental voices
- Organs, harpsichords, and the all-in-one piano and string dual voice
- Dynamic stereo sampling AWM tone generation
- Built-in powered speaker system
P-140 Contemporary Digital Piano
- Keyboard: graded, hammer-effect, 88 keys
Tone generator: AWM, 3-layer dynamic stereo sampling, key-off samples, stereo sustain samples (open-string effect with sustain pedal)
Polyphony: max. 64 notes
Voices: 14 distinct voices each with 3 tonal variations
Effects: 5 different reverbs, chorus, phaser, tremolo, and rotary speaker
Performance modes: dual, split
Pedal: sustain pedal (can be used with half pedal effect), aux pedal (assignable to various functions)
Display: 7-segment, 3-digit LED
Recorder: 3 songs, 2 tracks, 11,000 notes with Flash ROM storage
Demo Songs: 14 voice demo songs, 50 preset songs
Metronome: tempo: 32-280, beat: 0-15
Connectors: dual headphones, MIDI I/O, aux out, aux pedal
Speakers: 12 x 6cm x 2
Dimensions: 52-1/2" x 13-13/16" x 5-1/2" (1,334 x 351 x 140mm)
Weight: 17.8kg (39.2 lbs.)
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This instrument has very pleasant touch, accurate and responsive, which allows musician to easily cope with any kind of music he plays. Also the sound is very realistic and bundled instruments are gereally very convincing, too. It comprises all the necessary features (from transposition to recording) and provides good connectivity (although the RCA output is on fixed volume levels.
Built in speakers are a bit bright. Piano sounds are all useable, and quite good. Not convenient for the stage or the studio. Could use a USB out as well as 1/4" out instead of RCA. Weighting is a bit heavy but has a nice multilayered feel. Strings sound excellent. Its not too heavy.Good keyboard sound and feel. Could be more convenient. Usable in the studio but is questionable for the road...
The p-140 is a great piano sound without too many extras. I'd prefer the piano to have a few good string patches and voice like sounds.
I purchased it about three weeks ago and love the touch. It has the deep Yahama sound of their grand piano with the sm. size of a keyboard. My parents have have a 5'2 yamaha grand piano and it takes me back to the days of playing it in their living room. The organ is a true organ sound. I brought it to use for teaching music lessons.
The dull finish on the keys is a good thing, esp compared to the ultra slick plastic usually found on digital pianos and synths. But the action is a bit overrated, imo. It is too easy, and the "throw" is a bit too short. This model, however, is better than the P-70. the question is: is it twice as good, because it costs twice as much. There are not a lot of options at this price point. This may be the best option at this price, as there aren't many other choices. Casio's action is suprisingly good, but Casio is inferior due to inadequate muffling of the hammers making noise against the casing -=--this Yamaha is probably the best all around unit for the price.
I purchased the Yamaha P-140 six months ago. I play in a blues band. I love the instrument,it is as close as you can come to playing an acoustic, the quality of sounds and construction are excellent, it travels well, is easy to use. My main problem with this keyboard is I can not get the volume pedal to work, not at all. Nor could any of the salespersons who sold it to me. I even e mailed Yamaha who were no help. Unfortunately this keyboard is, ultimately, of no use to me because of that, and it's a shame.
I do not play this, but, my wife does and it sounds incredible! It actually inspires ME to hear her play! We use it at home for practice and also take it whenever we gig. We set it up with the Yamaha Stagepas 300 and the realism of the grand piano sounds are breathtaking. Seriously, this is an amazing sounding piano. Nice features, nice organ and other electronic piano sounds and it is very easy to use every feature. The recording feature is nice - allows three songs to be recorded into memory. Very nice feel, excellent sound!