Yamaha Piaggero NP32 Digital Keyboard, Black
Yamaha Product Overview
With superb tone in a light and compact instrument, the Piaggero NP-32 is an ideal combination of elegance and simplicity. Designed around the essential elements that let you concentrate on playing, NP Series keyboards focus on the inspiration and enjoyment of playing a piano and feature the pure tone of one of the finest grand pianos that Yamaha has ever made. The compact, elegant silhouette of the Piaggero NP-32 is certain to catch your eye and make a lasting impression. Featuring a simple, practical design with only a few buttons, this space-saving stylish instrument can be played right out of the box. Choose from a black or white finish to suit your taste and playing environment.
- Tone Generation Tone Generating Technology AWM Stereo Sampling
- Polyphony Number of Polyphony (Max.) 64
- Preset Number of Voices 10 (Piano1, Piano2, E.Piano1, E.Piano2, Organ1, Organ2, Strings, Vibes, Harpsi1, Harpsi2)
- 61-note (NP-12) and 76-note Graded Soft Touch (NP-32) Keyboard Versions
- New Stereo Grand Piano Sample
- New Digital Reverb
- 64-note Polyphony
- Easy Recording Function
- New Digital Piano Controller App to access the wide range of sounds and features on the new NP series
- Width 1,244mm (49")
- Height 105mm (4-1/8")
- Depth 259mm (10-3/16")
- Weight 5.7kg (12lbs., 9oz.)
- Metronome Yes
- Tempo Range 32 to 280
- Transpose -6 to 0, 0 to 6
- Tuning 414.8Hz - 440.0Hz - 466.8Hz
I was recommended this Keyboard and pleased that I was, its just what I needed.
Perfect entry level keys
It has deceiving good looks and a quality shell, but don't forget this is an entry grade key board. The sound quality is disgusting with poor authentic piano sound! Sounds like a fake midi piano from the 80s, the electric piano2 is nice though. They boast about the keys getting harder to push on the bass and easier on the treble this is barely the case. Just a slight. Slight. Resistance. This is a keyboard with poor sounds the keys are so light does not resemble a piano
Cannot fault the piano voices (given my amateur ear). Key action is progressive and realistic to me. Had three stiff (and noisy) keys on day one, but these seem to be easing off now. Good purchase, with none of the distracting gimmicks of some other products. Would recommend this to beginners.