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Yamaha Disklavier Pianos
Yamaha's line of Disklaviers are outstanding pianos and sophisticated musical entertainment systems in one. They provide an intelligent alternative for those who want an unprecedented range of playback and recording features in an easy-to-use system.
- DGC1E3S 5' 3"
- DGC2E3S 5' 8"
- DC1XE3S 5' 3"
- DC2XE3S 5' 8"
- DC5XE3PRO 6' 6"
- DC6XE3PRO 7'
- DC7XE3PRO 7' 6"
Ever since the original Yamaha Disklavier introduced the marvels of hybrid acoustic/digital pianos back in 1986, these computer-age “player pianos” have evolved into instruments that can reproduce 'live' acoustic piano concerts and ensemble music with instrumental backings and vocal tracks. The Yamaha Disklavier takes this all a step further. Yamaha's unique combination of both acoustic and digital superiority has made it the obvious choice of music-lovers, pianists, and educators worldwide. Its easy-to-operate user functions make the Disklavier a breeze to customize and automate, always giving you the right music at the right time. Combining the tone and touch of world-class Yamaha grand pianos with an astonishing range of interactive capabilities, the Yamaha Disklavier player piano is the ultimate piano for home entertainment systems, business establishments, or educational and creative environments, and the look of a Yamaha Disklavier baby grand piano would compliment any room or studio.
Today, Yamaha is proud to introduce the latest evolution of the Disklavier line, integrating a host of new acoustic advances and cutting-edge digital developments. Most models now play audio/MIDI CDs. Revolutionary new PianoSmart™ features make it possible to synchronize piano recording and playback with standard audio CDs. And for those who always wanted to play the piano, new SmartKey™ technology makes it easy, guiding you through songs note by note, while adding professional embellishment.
A great New York Times article by David Pogue that illustrates all the Disklavier's amazing capabilities can be found here:
A Grand (i.e., Cool) Piano
Another interesting article in the Wallstreet Journal by Pia Catton that discusses the incredible technologies developed for the Disklavier brand pianos can be found here:
The Player Piano of the 21st Century