The Yamaha Arius YDP-144 digital piano is for pianists who want the digital piano experience with many features.
The feeling you get when you play the Arius YDP-144 is the closest you get to playing an acoustic piano. The sound generated by the Sonor Pure CF engine originates in the sound of the Yamaha grand piano, CFIIIS. The action of the keyboard is realistic, with sensitivity, thanks to the keyboard action Graded Hammer Standard (GHS), that allows to develop the technique and force of necessary fingers.
The realism of the Yamaha Arius YDP-144 is also in the dynamics provided by the three pedals - damper, sostenuto and soft - similar to those of a grand piano amplified by the electronic functions available as the Damper Resonance, which digitally recreates the sound depth of a piano with the pedal pressed. They can also use reverb effects to bring your music to different spaces and environments. This is one of the great advantages of this piano compared to other digital pianos with only one pedal.
Because it is digital, the Arius YDP-144 has a series of features that widen its sound spectrum, controlled by seven accessible buttons on the left side of the 88 keys. It also includes metronome, pitch transposition, tuning, demos and songs to learn.
Amplified by two 6 x 12 x 16 cm oval speakers, the Arius YDP-144 maintains its sound quality whether at high or low volume, thanks to Yamaha's exclusive Intelligent Acoustic Control (IAC) function. There is also a standard stereo headphone jack jack where the sound of the piano seems to come from the body of the instrument and not from the headphones, thanks to the Stereophonic Optimizer, which creates an engaging and organic experience.
The Arius YDP-144 can be used with official Yamaha applications by connecting a mobile phone or tablet to the USB port. They can also record your music with just the touch of a button.
Because of its small size, it is a piano that fits perfectly in any room or studio with a small area, without any discoloration, thanks to its classic look. And, being lightweight, it is easily transportable.
Yamaha is a leader in the digital piano technology industry, and the Arius YDP-144 shows why, by delivering quality and reliability at a very affordable price.
- Keyboard: GHS, 88 keys with black matte keys, touch sensitive
- Pedals: 3, 'damper, sostenuto and soft'
- Sound Generation: Pure CF Sound Engine Piano Sound
- Types of effects: 4 types of reverberation with intelligent acoustic control (IAC)
- Preset songs: 10 demo songs, 50 piano songs
- Recording: 1 song, 2 tracks, data capacity of 100KB / music approximately 11,000 notes
- Supported data formats: standard MIDI file (SMF) format 0 and 1 for playback, standard MIDI fie (SMF) format 0 for recording
- Functions: dual / layers, duo, metronome, time range 5-280, transposition -6-0- + 6, 414.8-440.0-466.8 Hz tuning
- Internal memory: maximum size of 900 KB
- Inputs: Standard stereo headphone jack (x2), USB input
- Amplification: 8W x 2 12cm loudspeakers
- Power source: PA-150 adapter, the piano includes the auto-off function
- Power consumption: 8W when the PA-150 AC adapter is used
- Accessories: music book 50 Greats for the Piano, owner's manual and quick start guide
- Length: 1,357 mm [53-7 / 16 "]
- Height: 815 mm [32-1 / 16 "]
- Depth: 422 mm [16-5 / 8 "]
- Weight: 38.0 kg (83 lbs., 12 oz)