Yamaha has introduced two new models in its CLP-200 range of Clavinova digital pianos.
The CLP-265GP (click image for large view) offers a luxurious polished ebony mini-grand case cabinet, along with a range of the key CLP-200 Series technologies, including a Graded Hammer 3 (GH3) keyboard for true grand piano feel, Stereo Sampling AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) tone generation, 40Wx2 amplification and 6 3/8″x2 / 1 1/8″x2 speakers, four effects, song memory, three pedal inputs with half-pedalling support, 14 voices, 64 note polyphony, MIDI and PC interfaces.
Replacing the CLP-175, the CLP-295GP (click image for large view) offers the same stunning polished ebony grand cabinet, 4-level dynamic stereo AWM tone generation and PC interface. This top-of-the-line model additionally features Yamaha’s iAFC (Instrumental Active Field Control) System, which enhances and enriches the piano sound to match the acoustics of the room in which it’s played. The CLP-295GP also offers a natural wood keyboard with real-wood white keys. Extra features include six effects, song memory, 60W x 2 + 20W x 2 amplification and speakers, and three pedal inputs with half-pedalling support.