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Fredix13's review - Yamaha Clavinova CVP-405

Piano numrique upscale, 88 keys.
It has almost all the functions of a Tyros 2 in a beautiful cabinet with a keyboard drive, type Grade Hammer 3.


It possde so many functions that it loses a little beginners, but a little practice and it becomes intuitive.
Ngligeable a bonus for parents with children the piano Students: A function "Piano Lock" to block the instrument, the piano, which disables all other functions.


Superb. Magavoice voices and give SuperArticulation rendering trsralistes brass and strings, adding the same "default" instruments "classic".
The saxophone or guitar is out of this world.
Styles are excellent (the same as the Tyros 2 with the addition of piano styles).


I use this instrument since September 2007 and I am delighted.
One small complaint, I find the keyboard a little too firm, but can be consdr as an advantage, muscle and fingers.
Initially, I was a Tyros 2, but j'tais slightly cooled by the soft keyboard of only 5 octaves. With this instrument, I found my happiness, that of an electronic quivallente Tyros 2, in a beautiful piece of furniture, a real keyboard with 88 keys hard.
Compared to the price of Tyros 2, I think it's a good deal, but it is not given not more ...
Only missing a hard drive, but it can be replaced with a USB key.
Finally, another minor complaint: it connects directly to Internet via WiFi on the Yamaha website (by IDC as the tyros 2) o one can Tlcharger an impressive amount of MIDI files or styles, but all these are paid, and I find them quite expensive.