The new P95 from Yamaha is a full sized standard 88 key digital piano. With full size weighted keys, we were impressed with the feel of this instrument. The lower octave keys are heavier than the rest, and really similar to the weight of acoustic piano keys.
Advanced Wave Memory is featured on the Yamaha P95. With this technology, the P95 is able to convince you by its sound, that you are actually playing an acoustic piano.
Including 10 different instrument sounds to choose from, the P95 demonstrates versatility to many music styles. This Yamaha also allows the user to select two instrument sounds at the same time. To activate the dual voice feature, the player just needs to press both voices at the same time.
Connections include headphone inputs, MIDI and a input to plug in the sustain pedal that is included with the P95. A song recorder and inbuilt metronome come standard with the P95.
Two speakers producing 6W is placed on the underside of the unit. If you want it to get loud, you can also connect it to the external speakers or an amplifier.
To entertain yourself or your friends and family, 50 songs are already built into the unit for playback. Songs by Beethoven, Chopin and Debussy are also featured in the Yamaha P95. This Yamaha allows you to record a song of up to 11,000 notes.
1. Quality of Sound: Its been reported that the realism and quality of instrument sounds astonishes users of the P95.
2. Playing Feel: Yamaha have done a great job in replicating the feel of an acoustic piano by the way in which the keys are accurately weighted
3. Bang For Your Buck: Yamaha's ability to replicate sounds of highly expensive keyboards, combined with its extensive feature list, mean this unit has tremendous value for its initial outlay. It's pleasing to see that Yamaha could pack so much in and not have a much more expensive price tag. The Yamaha provides exceptional value for money.
3. Sound of the Grand Piano: The P95 is very successful in its quality replication of a grand piano voice. In fact, its replication of a grand piano is similar to a really expensive digital piano such as the Korg N-one.
4. 50 Inbuilt Songs: Owners of the P95 are quite astonished at the quality of the songs that can be played back, from Mozart, Schubert, Bach and more.
If you compare the price to what your receive with the P95, in terms of quality sound, accurately weighted keys and other features, its definitely the digital piano to consider. Yamaha has always been associated with quality products, and the P95 is no exception.