Yamaha P105 88-Key Digital Piano with Graded Hammer Action, Includes Music Rest and Pedal/Footswitch, Black

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About Yamaha P105

The Yamaha P105 88-Key Digital Piano with Graded Hammer Action (Black) is an 88-note, weighted-action piano that offers useful features for everyone from beginning players to professionals. The unit is equipped with Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) action, which gives it a similar feel to an acoustic piano.

The P105 PureCF sampled piano sound and internal stereo speakers make it ideal for practicing. The keyboard offers a Split mode and also an innovative Duo mode. The latter lets two people play simultaneously on the keyboard, with each having his or her own middle C.

Another innovative aspect of the P-105 is the Intelligent Acoustic Control feature. It's essentially an adaptive EQ that changes the tonal balance based on the keyboard's volume setting, making sure that the P-105 sounds as good as possible at any level.

In addition to its built-in speakers, the P105 features line-level Aux outputs. You can use these to connect to a mixer or other external device without cutting off the speakers. A USB port gives you the ability to interface with a computer. In conjunction with Apple's optional iPad Camera Connection Kit, you can even connect with music apps such as Yamaha's Piano Diary and NoteStar.

You also get 10 built-in styles for practicing with, including boogie woogie, stride piano and ballad arpeggios. A built in Rhythms feature gives you 10 drum patterns to play with, offering a great alternative to a standard metronome.

The Yamaha P105 is commonly used for Accompaniment, Concerts, Learning and more.The Yamaha P105 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Yamaha P105: Easy to use, Good audio, Portable, Responsive / good action and Touch sensitive keys

Summary of Customer Reviews

(7)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Good audio (7),Easy to use (6),Responsive / good action (6),Portable (5),Touch sensitive keys (5)
Best Uses:
Accompaniment (4),Concerts (4),Learning (4)
Reviewer Profile:
Experienced (3)

Yamaha P105 Features

  • The P105 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
  • 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 P105 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
  • P105 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
  • 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
  • The P105 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

Yamaha P105 Specifications

Number of Keys
88
Keyboard Type
Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) Keyboard
Touch Sensitivity
Hard/Medium/Soft/Fixed
Panel: Language
English
Tone Generating Technology
Pure CF Sound Engine
Number of Polyphony
Maximum: 128
Preset: Number of Voices
14
Reverb
Yes (4 types)
Intelligent Acoustic Control (IAC)
Yes
Damper Resonance
Yes
Dual/Layers
Yes
Split
Yes
Duo
Yes
Number of Preset Songs
14 demo + 50preset piano songs
Number of Songs
1
Number of Tracks
2
Data Capacity
100KB
Recording Function
Yes
Compatible Data Format
Playback: SMF
Recording: SMF
Metronome
Yes
Transpose
Yes
Tuning
Yes
Rhythm
10
Style
10 (Pianist Style)
Connectivity: DC IN
DC IN 12V
Connectivity: Headphones
Standard x 2
Connectivity: Sustain Pedal
Yes (Half pedal available with optional FC3)
Connectivity: Pedal Unit
Yes (Optional)
Connectivity: AUX OUT
Yes
Connectivity: USB To Host
Yes
Amplifiers
7W x 2
Speakers
12cm x 2 + 5cm x 2
Power Supply
PA-150/PA-150A
Power Consumption
11W
Auto Power Off
Yes
Dimensions (WxHxD)
52-3/16x6-7/16x11-5//8" (132.56x18.87x29.52cm)
Weight
25-13/16lbs (11.71kg)

Yamaha P105 Reviews

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4.4

(based on 7 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Can't beat this keyboard for the price

The 128 voice piano is amazing. The best suprise is learning the LP5A pedal set gives you a leslie sound for the Jazz and Rock Organs. The piano sound is amazing. I would recommend resetting the keyboard when you first get it set up. Deprees the last key on the right while powering on. This resets the keyboard. There were features that were not working correctly until the factory told me to reset the keyboard. Resetting allowed the keyboard to act differently than when I first turned it on. I...

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The 128 voice piano is amazing. The best suprise is learning the LP5A pedal set gives you a leslie sound for the Jazz and Rock Organs. The piano sound is amazing. I would recommend resetting the keyboard when you first get it set up. Deprees the last key on the right while powering on. This resets the keyboard. There were features that were not working correctly until the factory told me to reset the keyboard. Resetting allowed the keyboard to act differently than when I first turned it on. It is just an easy way to make sure the keyboard is working as it should.

Reviewed by 7 customers

(12 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great piano sound

By

from Federal District, Brazil  -  Experienced

I'm really impressed with this piano. The sample from the CFIIIS concert grand has a truly rich and powerful sound. I was about to choose a casio DP because of its price, but after I saw several youtube videos, the p105 really convenced me, and now that I have it, more than ever I feel like I made the right choise.

 
5.0

Love this Yamaha Digita Piano

By

from Massachusetts  -  Novice

I am taking lessons on a piano and I was using a friend's Yamaha DGX200. Which is a great sounding keyboard with 76 keys but it doesn't have the weighted keys to give you the feel of a piano. I decided on the P-105B with the 88 keys. The sounds is wonderful. You think you had a Baby Grand in the house. The weighted keys do give you the feel of piano keys. Ordered from Adorama and to my amazement got it in 24 hours. HIGHLY RECOMMEND YAMAHA P-105B AND DOING BUSINESS WITH ADORAMA.

(10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Real Piano Feel

By

from Oklahoma  -  Experienced

This is a great piano replacement piano product. I use it in a home but also at church. It has amazing sounds and a very realistic touch.

(9 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

the beassssssssstt price for a piano..

By

from bs as argentina  -  Professional Musician

at home studio , for playing and recording, practising, accompagniment , the 105 p amplifieds makes the amplifier sounds more relaistic too and you have to take of the ship.

(12 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Beautiful Sound!!

By

from Huntington, WV  -  Professional Musician

What a great sounding instrument! I especially love the booming bass response on the Grand Piano 2! I would highly recommend this instrument to anyone looking for a great instrument with a great touch andresponsive keys!

(13 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Beyond my Expectations

By

from Sussex, NJ  -  Experienced

I purchased this keyboard because of its small size, light weight and built-in speakers. I was tired of lugging around my Roland RD-770 which I used primarily for the piano sounds. After one session, I never went back to the Roland. I ended up selling it. I love the Yahama sound and the responsive keyboard weighted action. I was amazed at how good it was for such an inexpensive keyboard. My only request would be for more piano samples available. I would gladly give up the other patches (except for the strings)

(20 of 21 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Can't beat this keyboard for the price

By

from Pomona, CA  -  Novice

The 128 voice piano is amazing. The best suprise is learning the LP5A pedal set gives you a leslie sound for the Jazz and Rock Organs. The piano sound is amazing. I would recommend resetting the keyboard when you first get it set up. Deprees the last key on the right while powering on. This resets the keyboard. There were features that were not working correctly until the factory told me to reset the keyboard. Resetting allowed the keyboard to act differently than when I first turned it on. It is just an easy way to make sure the keyboard is working as it should.

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