At its heart sits Yamaha’s Pure CF sound engine: a technology developed for the Clavinova, which recreates the pure sound of a CFIIIS concert grand piano.
- Action: Yamaha’s Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) keyboard, 88 fully weighted keys
- No of Internal Sounds: 554
- Polyphony: 192
- Speaker System: 6W + 6W
- Weight: 21kg / 28kg with stand
- Pedals: Sustain pedal included, optional 3 pedal unit available (LP-7A)
- Finishes: Black and white
- Extra features: Piano, Recording Studio, Band and Orchestra
- PRICE: £739
The DGX-660 is an instrument of immense versatility. At its heart sits Yamaha’s Pure CF sound engine: a technology developed for the Clavinova, which recreates the pure sound of a CFIIIS concert grand piano. This rich, authentic piano sound is played with the faithful response of a Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) keyboard with matte black keys. There is an optional pedal unit, the LP-7A, which expands the DGX-660 with a soft, sostenuto and sustain pedal.
More than a piano, the DGX-660 is a creative powerhouse. It includes hundreds of sounds and backing styles which, combined with advanced playing features, make this model a hugely inspirational instrument to play.
The Yamaha DGX-660 has an emphasis on ease of use. The Piano Room feature provides a dedicated virtual space where you can choose from a variety of pianos and acoustic settings, creating your personalised practice or performance environment.
Accompaniment styles introduce ensembles of virtual musicians to your performances in a variety of musical genres. Recording features are also well catered for: The DGX-660 has a six-track recorder; it can easily record and play back audio direct to and from a connected USB memory stick. These features are especially powerful when combined with the instrument’s microphone input, which includes effects such as high-quality compression and reverbs – a must-have for the aspiring singer/songwriter – all controlled through the simple onscreen interface.
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