Yamaha P90B digital piano review

by Juan Rossi
(Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil)

Yamaha P90B digital piano review

In this weird and akward look, don't be fooled, lies the strenght of a good and respectable piano concert. Keys are weighted and more on the lower end, lovely! Plays well by its own speakers if in a moderate room, but need external P.A. to potentialize its power.

In this price range, speakers sound too much middle oriented for sound comes under the board. In a table sound much better. Pity it doesn't come with sliders or screen to view things internally.

Possibly could be out of tune if the manual is not well understood. Incredibly weighs in the lower end, almost a lighter keyboard.

But for the price is totally worthwhile! The voices are welcome additions, as the reverb control and 64-polyphony.

(Yamaha P90B digital piano review)

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Yamaha P80 - stage piano

by George Bochenek
(Mississauga, ON, Canada)

Yamaha P80 - stage piano

I would like to share a good news with the owners of Yamaha P80 piano. I live in Canada and I bought my instrument used from a private party. I have owned it for several years and have been very satisfied with the sound of it and a touch of the keyboard. Recently however the piano started developing problem with the keys. Some of the keys would get stuck and not return to original position. The problem rendered the instrument practically impossible to play. I researched the Internet to find out if anyone else has experienced the same problem. I found the related information in the following link:

http://www.pianoworld.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/662286/Re:%20stuck%20key%20in%20my%20keyboard%21%20.html#Post662286

The link discusses the issue I have experienced and Yamaha's commitment to excellence, meaning replacing the defect for free! So I decided to contact Yamaha support to see if my keyboard would be covered. After exchanging a few emails with the support staff I have been given contact to the local shop that replaced the entire keybed at no charge even though I wasn't the original owner and the piano being about 7 years old had expired warranty. I am really impressed with Yamaha and their commitment to the customers!

Thank you Yamaha!, You are the best!

Yamaha P80 - stage piano

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Yamaha P140 Review

by johnw
(NY)

Yamaha p140 review

I am somewhat happy with this product, but overall think it's overpriced. It cost almost double the p8o (replaces p70) but dont provide dble the value. The action is a little better than the p80, and the matte finish on the keys is better than the chessy gloss, both for looks and feel. The sounds are simlilar, tho the 140 has better speakers it seems. If you really are a pianist the increased poloyphony shouldnt matter. If you want to use the thing as sort of stereo playback system for orchestrated music requiring that many voices, ok.

IMO, this product's main claim to fame. for Yamaha anyway, is that it represents the 1000$ "price-point", while it should for more honest pricing be, at most, only a couple hundred more than the p80. Arguably, the action on it is one of the best available, tho, like so many other digital pianos of all brands, seems a bit too easy compared to an acoustic piano.

Yamaha p140 review

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