The Yamaha CLP625R Digital Piano has an dynamic sound and natural feel for the developed musician. This model's sound uses CFX and Bosendorfer samples for organic piano sounds. The CLP625R features a GH3X keyboard for a weighted feel and comfortable playability. The adjustable parameters include string and damper resonance to offer a more refined tone.
Both traditional and modern musicians will find the GH3X keyboard instantly familiar. The keys have a springless design for the most progressive feel possible. The lower resister keys have more resistance that gradually becomes lighter for a similar touch to acoustic pianos. The triple sensor sound receptors capture the subtle nuances in your playing to present your individual style. The GH3X keyboard also uses an escapement mechanism that copies a grand piano’s ‘click’ at the lower third of each key. This allows you to become familiar with the exact response of each key, leading to a more expressive performance. The GH3X keyboard is favoured by traditional and modern musicians alike for its detailed technology and comfortable feel.
Versatility is a necessity for both modern and traditional pianists. Yamaha’s unique sound uses sampling from two bespoke acoustic pianos for the most crafted tone possible. The CFX is Yamaha’s most appreciated concert grand piano, whilst the Bösendorfer Imperial is widely regarded as one of the world’s finest acoustic instruments. By combining the characteristics of these instruments, Yamaha’s samples have the detail and authenticity of a true acoustic piano. The keys are sampled individually, before being tuned with each other so that your performances sound as natural as possible. Yamaha brings acoustic expression to digital convenience with the Clavinova’s samples.
Binaural Sampling Technology
Yamaha’s advanced binaural sampling technology gives the player a fully immersive concert grand experience - even with headphones. The technology uses samples from the CFX, Yamaha’s acclaimed concert grand piano, recorded with specialised microphones that capture locational information and other nuances discerned by the human ear. The resulting sound is so natural that you’ll forget you’re even wearing headphones. Once you choose the Yamaha CFX Grand Voice and put headphones on, the binaural sampled sound is automatically ready and no additional settings are required. Now you can fully enjoy the concert grand experience at home, with or without headphones.
Number of Keys: 88
Keyboard Type: GH3X
Keytops: Synthetic Ebony and Ivory
Click Mechanism: Escapement
Touch Response: Hard, Medium, Soft, Fixed
Sound System: IAC, Acoustic Optimiser, Stereophonic Optimiser
Piano Sound: Yamaha CFX, Bosendorfer Imperial
Number of Voices: 10
Maximum Polyphony: 256
Piano Effects: Key-Off, Smooth Release, String Resonance, Damper Resonance
Reverb: 4 Types
Voice Demo Preset Songs: 10
Piano Preset Songs: 50
Dual Keyboard: Integrated
Duo Keyboard: Integrated
Other Functions: Transpose, Tuning
Internal Memory: 900KB
Headphones Hanger: Yes
Amplifiers: 2 x 20W
Speakers: 2 x 10cm
Power Consumption: 12 Watts
Power Supply: Yamaha PA-300C
Connectivity: Phones x 2