Yamaha Clavinova CVP300 Series include direct Internet connection for web music access 4


Yamaha CVP300 Series ClavinovaYamaha has introduced its CVP300 Series of Clavinovas, which includes the CVP301, CVP303, CVP305, CVP307, CVP309, and CVP309GP models.

They all come with Internet Direct Connection, song and lyric displays, floppy disc drive, and Smart-Media slots, as well as the USA Edition upgrade.

Assuming the user has an Internet connection, they can go online from the Clavinova’s LCD panel in order to download their favourite songs and styles.

It’s also possible to send the digital audio of their music to another device for recording, using the built-in Optical Out terminal found on the CVP305 and higher models.

The keyboards use the Graded Hammer Effect 3 (GH3) action, and feature Yamaha’s MegaVoice Technology.

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The CVP-307/309 models feature iAFC (Instrumental Active Field Control) – a sophisticated technology that examines and adjusts room acoustics – creating a richer and more spacious sonic environment. Using built-in microphones, iAFC picks up sound and combines it with the Clavinovas internal sound through the rear speakers, making automatic adjustments in real time to enhance performances and match the acoustic characteristics of the room.

The CVP301 comes in a choice of Dark Rosewood or Cherry finishes. The CVP303/305/307 models offer a choice of Mahogany, Dark Rosewood or Cherry. The top-of-the-line CVP309 features a choice of Polished Ebony or Polished Mahogany cabinetry, as well as Yamahas Natural Wood Keyboard – the finest, most accurate and authentic acoustic keyboard. The CVP309 is also available in a grand-style Polished Ebony cabinet, and is called the CVP309GP.

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4 thoughts on “Yamaha Clavinova CVP300 Series include direct Internet connection for web music access

  • Donal

    Hi,

    I came across your blog whilst looking for information on digital pianos so apologies for a general question here. Can you give me any advice on purchasing a digital piano? I am looking at the Yamaha CLP220/230/240. The thing I like about purchasing a digital piano is the size and ability to practice late at night but I am worried about the feel and sound of the piano. Should I be?

  • Dewitt Sims

    I sent you a e-mail asking how to set up the CVP 300 for a good organ church sound witth tremelo, or vibrato, and bass.
    I never even got a reply from you, but I sent a message to one of your dealers who so graciously gave me some help. This instrument is in our
    church and, my wife plays sometimes, but we would never buy from you based on the help you didn’t give us.
    Thanks for nothing.
    Dewitt Sims

    PS Your instruction book is definitely over our heads, and it didn’t even mention vibrato or tremelo.

    I think you should instructions for us older people, like 88 years.

  • Dewitt Sims

    I sent you a e-mail asking how to set up the CVP 300 for a good organ church sound witth tremelo, or vibrato, and bass.
    I never even got a reply from you, but I sent a message to one of your dealers who so graciously gave me some help. This instrument is in our
    church and, my wife plays sometimes, but we would never buy from you based on the help you didn’t give us.
    Thanks for nothing.
    Dewitt Sims

    PS Your instruction book is definitely over our heads, and it didn’t even mention vibrato or tremelo.

    I think you should instructions for us older people, like 88 years

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