Yamaha CVP501

Yamaha CVP501
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Specifications

Form

Number of Keys: 88
Key Weight: Piano
Key Size: Full
Touch Sensitive:
Aftertouch:

Sound

Number of Voices: 776
Polyphony: 128
Sound Generation: AWM
Piano Sounds:
Real World Sounds:
Sounds Editable:
Accompaniments:

Extra Features

Recorder/Sequencer:
Tutorials:

Communication

MIDI:
USB:
Tablet Connectivity:

Power

Power Supply:
Batteries:

Audio

Speakers:
Audio Out:
Audio In:

Pedals

Sustain Pedal:
Soft Pedal:
Expression Pedal:

Release Info

Year: 2010
RRP: $2500

Description

The CVP501 provides helpful features like auto accompaniment, guide functions and Internet connection. And with Pure CF Sampling, 128-note polyphony and other high performance features, the sound is superb as well.

Sound

Offering a huge range of tones thanks to Pure CF Sampling and AWM Dynamic Stereo Sampling

Pure CF Sampling gives CVP models a piano sound with superb tonal response and faithfulness to the original sound. They also benefit from AWM Dynamic Stereo Sampling, which samples sounds at up to three levels according to keystroke strength, allowing the expression of delicate sound nuances. In addition to piano sounds, there are hundreds of other instrument sounds are available, so you can enjoy all types of instruments from strings to percussion while you’re playing the piano.

Touch

A keyboard so well made, it feels like you're playing a grand piano

Graded Hammer (GH) technology gives the CVP501 a remarkably natural piano touch and expressive response.

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