Yamaha has shown off its new Clavinova CLP400 series upright digital piano.
Features include completely redesigned cabinetry with front legs and a more powerful sound system, a discreet key cover that hides away the panel buttons, and Intelligent Acoustic Control (IAC) which adjusts EQ tone control according to the volume set.
IAC ensures that these instruments maintain a full, rich sound with balanced highs and lows at all volume levels.
The keys feature Yamaha’s Graded Hammer 3 action, with the higher end CLP470 and CLP480 models also including a Graded Linear Hammer feature which replicates the nuances of a traditional piano, with 88 levels of gradations from top to bottom.
Other models coming include the CLP430, CLP440 and CLP465GP.
Starting at an MSRP of $2,899, the CLP400 Series will ship in Spring 2011.