Yamaha P-105 Contemporary Digital Piano
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Compact and stylish digital piano
The P-105 is a compact digital piano with Yamaha's outstanding touch and tone. It is portable, easy-to-use and versatile for everyone from a beginner to the more advanced player. An optional matching stand (L-85/L-85WH) and pedal unit (LP5A/LP5AWH) are also available.
Pianist Styles turn your simple chords into exciting accompaniment. Play a chord and the Pianist Style gives you a full piano accompaniment. 10 built-in Styles offer the variety of backings to fit your performance and help you sound great!
Basic drum patterns put the "fun" back into practicing and are a practical alternative to a metronome. You can also turn your solo act into a two-piece band where the dummer is always on time.
The P-105 uses Yamaha's “Pure CF sound engine,” a first for the P-series. This piano sound was recorded from Yamaha's renowned CFIIIS concert grand piano, which can be heard on stages all over the world.
P-105 has built-in, true-circle speakers. The true-circle speakers vibrate naturally with good balance to convey full, rich, low-frequencies. Newly added tweeters offer a clear and brilliant sound due to their strategic positioning. Together, they provide and excellent balance of power and clarity.
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88 weighted keyboard
Just as on a traditional acoustic piano, the keys of the lower notes have a heavier touch, while the higher ones are more responsive to lighter playing. The keyboard's sensitivity can even be adjusted to match your playing style. This Graded Hammer technology allows this lightweight instrument to provide an authentic touch.
The P-105 is equipped with USB TO HOST to connect directly to your computer for use with various education, notation and music production applications. There's also an AUX LINE OUT to connect to a computer sound card, mixing console or powered speakers - great for recording or performing live. Since it's a true line-output, the built-in speakers remain on for monitoring as opposed to switching OFF when using the more common headphone output.