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Yamaha DGX-660 88-Key Weighted Action Digital Grand Piano Premium with Matching Stand, Black
- The Pure CF Sound Engine faithfully reproduces the tone of a meticulously sampled and highly acclaimed Yamaha concert grand piano
- GHS weighted action is heavier in the low register and lighter in the high, just like an acoustic piano
- Score Display puts music notation of MIDI songs on the screen, helping you play your favorites by following the bouncing ball
- The Piano Room lets you choose from a variety of pianos and acoustic settings to create your own personal piano environment
- The 6-track recorder allows you to capture your performances and song ideas, then add additional layers to spice-up your pieces
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Yamaha DGX-660 Portable Grand
The new Yamaha DGX-660 is the latest ensemble digital piano to showcase a variety of interactive features that make learning, playing and sharing music fun for everyone. The new Piano Room feature of this Portable Grand lets you choose from a variety of pianos and acoustic settings to create your very own personal piano environment.
Yamaha keyboards are known for their versatility. Now you can connect a microphone to the instrument so you can sing along while you play, and hear your voice with digital effects through the built-in speakers. You can even record your performance to a USB device to share with your friends and family!
Just you and your music
The DGX-660 contemporary digital piano gives aspiring pianists a fun way to enhance their learning experience. Players of all abilities can feel what it's like to play with a band and sound like a pro. The built-in USB Audio Recorder captures your musical inspirations when you're ready to share your accomplishments.
Simply connect a microphone to the DGX-660 to sing along either with your playing or with pre-recorded karaoke song files from Yamaha MusicSoft. You can hear what you sound like with everything mixed perfectly together from the built-in speakers. View the lyrics on the included score display. Three convenient presets are provided for different vocal performance situations. You can even create and save your own original microphone settings, including professional reverb and chorus effects.
World class concert grand piano sound
The Pure CF Sound Engine is the result of years of piano-making history combined with state-of-the-art sampling technology and piano expertise. Yamaha is the industry leader in digital piano technology, and you can hear this in the Voices that utilize the Pure CF piano sample, including the sound of the renowned Yamaha CFIIIS 9-feet concert grand piano.
88-note weighted GHS keyboard
The Yamaha Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) keyboard features a weighted action with heavier touch in the low end and lighter touch in the high end, just like the hammers inside an acoustic piano. Great for the aspiring pianist, practicing on the GHS action builds the proper finger technique and strength for when the time comes to perform on an acoustic piano.
Easy-to-read score and lyric display
The crystal-clear LCD can be switched to score or lyric display, showing you notation for any MIDI song that the DGX-660 is playing. Read the music for your favorite built-in songs, or follow along with songs downloaded to a USB device from Yamaha MusicSoft. Even see the score for songs you've created yourself on the DGX-660!
Chords played simply to sound like a professional!
Smart Chord makes you sound like a professional pianist, even if you're just learning how to play. With a single finger on your left hand, Smart Chord will create entire chords, from simple pop triads to complex jazz 7th and 9th chords. Accompaniment Styles create the rest of your virtual band so you can get straight to playing music.
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Enjoy Yamaha piano touch and tone, plus numerous features that help make playing music FUN. Sing along using the built-in microphone jack with vocal effects. Enjoy the Yamaha 'You Are The Artist' library for learning hit songs, using best-selling sheet music, or learn by following the scrolling notes on the built-in Score Display.
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Update: Okay, being a piano novice I was looking for something to start my 8 years old kid. Specifically for something that would give him weighted action keys, good sound and a bit of fun options to keep him interested without breaking my bank. After a bit of research I zeroed in on DGX-650 and I was going to pull the trigger when I realized that a new model was due anytime soon and surely it was. So glad, I pre-ordered this one the day they announced it in NAMM. I also ordered the LP-7 foot pedals to go with it.
The box is pretty heavy and comes with the matching stand and a foot pedal.The piano one is a solidly built model. It took three of us to set it properly on the stage and set the screws in after proper alignment. Not an easily portable model in my opinion. My only gripe is the LP-7 came in a shade of grey that does not go well with the rest of the piano.
The keys have a nice weighted feeling and are heavier in the lows and lighter in the highs what Yamaha calls Graded Hammer Standard. The piano comes with 192 polyphonic voices and 6 tracks and sounds are rich and loud as it uses two 6 watt speakers. The biggest change in the feature from the previous model is the introduction of the sing along feature where you can hook up a microphone to the piano and sing along and record the songs. You can use a USB flash drive to record and transfer songs which can come real handy. It has also has an optional WiFi adapter which can be used to stream music to and from an iOS device (I wish I could do that with my Androids too).
The LCD screen is bright enough to read notation, but I was dismayed at not finding a better resolution color screen. Displays are so cheap these days that I wonder why Yamaha chose not to upgrade this one.
Another feature I would have loved is the inclusion of another stereo headphone output instead of just one so that you can play along with others or share the music without making a lot of noises. This is especially important if you live in an apartment like me and want to play/ listen to it in split mode.
Overall I am very happy with my purchase and would highly recommend the product.
My must-haves included:
full 88 keys, weighted action, touch sensitive - i.e., it has to feel like a piano.
realistic piano voice is most important, but a good string sound to layer in comes in handy
Portable - can move it without help
Adequately sized speakers to put out lots of volume without amplification
Secondary features I wanted:
Extra orchestral voices that sound good enough to play in a pit orchestra as required (for example, if they can't find an oboe player, I can cover on keys)
Connectivity - can plug into sound system if needed or connect to computer as midi workstation
I am pleased to say that this keyboard fit all of my criteria. I love the feel and sound of this keyboard - the clarity is great. The options to customize the sound and even control volumes and octaves of layered voices is perfect for my needs.
I just played an outdoor memorial day service this weekend - I had the volume up about 3/4 of the way and that was plenty loud without an amp. I had lots of good feedback from attendees on the sound quality and volume.
One of the cool features I like about this is the option to leave the internal speakers turned on when you plug in phone jack. Most keyboards mute the speakers, but if you are plugging into a sound system, you want to still hear the sound coming from the keyboard as well. This saves me from setting up a monitor just to hear myself.
This keyboard does come with a compact footswitch, but I prefer a full sized pedal.
As far as size, it would be nice if it was a little lighter, but at 46 lbs, I can easily carry this on my own. If I could suggest one change, it would be to make the 4 screws that connect the keyboard to the base be wing nuts so you don't have to get a screwdriver out every time you want to pack it up and go. I've ended up just using a foldable keyboard stand and packed away the one that came with it, just because I don't want to have to mess with the extra hardware.
EDIT - After using this keyboard regularly for a while, I'd like to add to my review. I've been playing this every night in a pit orchestra for a couple weeks now, using this as half of my dual keyboard setup. I've found the memory banks for voices to be extremely useful with all of the presets that I need to quickly access that include custom splits and layering. It's very easy to program these voices in and balance the volume of each individual sound. My only complaint is that the sustain pedal does not work with the "split" voice (left split of the keyboard). It would also be nice to have more than 4 buttons for presets (although there are 8 banks of 4, it would be nicer to have 4 banks of 8 because you can access more of them faster that way).
This keyboard has many more voices than the Kurzweil Mark 12i that I am also using, although I prefer a few of the Kurzweil's sounds over the Yamaha, namely the Harp voice, which decays too quickly on the Yamaha. The "world" instruments that are included are very comprehensive and have unexpectedly come in very handy in playing "Miss Saigon".
The keys are weighted and the piano sounds are exactly what I was looking for. The integration with the Chord Tracker application is great. I recently tested the audio recording feature and it worked very well by recording directly to a thumb drive. I haven't tried the microphone integration yet but I suspect it's going to work great since everything else has worked very well. I didn't by the three pedal accessory but I think I will soon.
Overall - if you are considering a new keyboard the DGX 660 is everything promised in the literature and it's priced at a fair price. I have already recommended this keyboard to my friends.