This is Yamaha Ydp-184 Vs Roland
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The Yamaha YDP-184 is the best-sounding, best-performing Arius so far with its generously multi-sampled 9′ Yamaha CFX concert grand, smooth-playing GH3 graded keyboard with non-slip tactile keytops, and effortless LCD navigation
Yamaha’s 88-key, GHS (Graded Hammer Standard) keybed produces a subtle increase in weight at the lower section of the keybed; much like an actual piano. A beautiful selection of sounds, and an authentic look and feel make the Arius series an ideal choice for enthusiasts, beginners and professionals alike.
The Yamaha YDP-184 Arius Home Digital Piano features an authentic piano, look, feel and sound with the convenience of 14 high-quality piano and instrument sounds, a 2-track recorder, and three pedals with half-damper effect.
The Stereophonic Optimizer or enhanced VRM resonance modeling through powerful 2 x 30W speakers create a realistic, immersive soundstage whether you’re practicing with headphones or performing unplugged. Sophisticated Digital Piano from the Yamaha Arius Line
With Yamaha Arius YDP-184 Select the hard, medium or soft setting to match your playing style or finger strength. Turn off sensitivity for a fixed response setting, ideal when playing the organ. digital piano yamaha digital piano yamaha keyboard keyboards touch sensentive keyboard digital piano 88 key weighted digital keyboard yamaha ydp ydp arius home digital pianos
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