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CLP675

Color: Rosewood

Price:   $ 5,199.00   $ 4,699.99  
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Color: Black

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Color: Dark Walnut

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Color: Polished Ebony

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The CLP-675 represents a new era in digital piano keyboard actions. Introducing the GrandTouch Keyboard action, which features the longest key-to-fulcrum length in any digital piano available. This gives a balanced, more playable feel from the tip of each key to the very back. Combine this incredible feel with the tone of two of the finest concert grand pianos ever made - the Yamaha CFX and Bösendorfer Imperial - and you have a stunning instrument that will impress the most discerning and demanding pianists. With the Linear Graded Hammers, no two keys have the same weight, just as each and every hammer inside of a grand piano has a visibly different size. From tone to touch to pedals, the CLP-675 offers an immersive concert grand experience.


The sound of some of the finest concert grand pianos in the world

With two world-renowned concert grand pianos available at the touch of a button, the CLP Series lets you choose the perfect piano tone for the music you want to play. Offering far more than just sampled sounds, the CLP-600 Series reproduces the Yamaha CFX concert grand and the legendary B?sendorfer Imperial in meticulous detail.

The powerful tone of the acclaimed CFX
Yamaha's flagship 9' concert grand piano, the CFX, offers sparkling highs and a powerful resonant bass with a sound that projects to the furthest reaches of any concert hall. The CFX was played by the winner of the prestigious International Chopin Competition in 2010, and has since gained recognition as one of the greatest concert grands of modern times.

CFX sound on the CLP Series


The legendary sound of a Bösendorfer Imperial

Originally founded in 1828, Bösendorfer holds a unique position amongst piano makers as the only manufacturer in the world still utilizing the Viennese tradition of hand-crafted design that produces the uniquely warm bass, singing treble and rich tonal colors known as the "Viennese Sound". The development of Bösendorfer pianos has been influenced by such famed composers as Brahms and Johann Strauss, resulting in an instrument lauded as the only piano capable of withstanding the frenetic playing of Franz Liszt.

Remaining true to this legacy of meticulous design and implementation, each Bösendorfer instrument is painstakingly crafted over many hours at the hands of highly-experienced craftsmen. In 2008, Bösendorfer became part of the Yamaha Group and in 2014, the revered tone of the Bösendorfer Imperial was featured in the Clavinova CLP Series.


Bösendorfer sound on the CLP Series

     

The legendary sound of a Bösendorfer Imperial

Originally founded in 1828, Bösendorfer holds a unique position amongst piano makers as the only manufacturer in the world still utilizing the Viennese tradition of hand-crafted design that produces the uniquely warm bass, singing treble and rich tonal colors known as the "Viennese Sound". The development of Bösendorfer pianos has been influenced by such famed composers as Brahms and Johann Strauss, resulting in an instrument lauded as the only piano capable of withstanding the frenetic playing of Franz Liszt.

Remaining true to this legacy of meticulous design and implementation, each Bösendorfer instrument is painstakingly crafted over many hours at the hands of highly-experienced craftsmen. In 2008, Bösendorfer became part of the Yamaha Group and in 2014, the revered tone of the Bösendorfer Imperial was featured in the Clavinova CLP Series.


GrandTouch testimonials from around the world

Yamaha Clavinova CLP-685: GrandTouch Keyboard Action with Pianist, Hanni Liang

Yamaha Clavinova CLP-685: GrandTouch Keyboard Action with Musician, Joachim Refardt

Yamaha Clavinova CLP-685: GrandTouch Keyboard Action with Pianist, Ignasi Terraza

Yamaha Clavinova CLP-685: GrandTouch Keyboard Action with Pianist, Seby Burgio

Talk about GrandTouch Keyboard by Akira Imai

Talk about GrandTouch Keyboard by Yurie Miura


Built on a Legacy of Concert Grand Piano Craftsmanship

Originally founded in 1828, Bösendorfer holds a unique position amongst piano makers as the only manufacturer in the world still utilizing the Viennese tradition of hand-crafted design that produces the uniquely warm bass, singing treble and rich tonal colors known as the "Viennese Sound". The development of Bösendorfer pianos has been influenced by such famed composers as Brahms and Johann Strauss, resulting in an instrument lauded as the only piano capable of withstanding the frenetic playing of Franz Liszt.

Remaining true to this legacy of meticulous design and implementation, each Bösendorfer instrument is painstakingly crafted over many hours at the hands of highly-experienced craftsmen. In 2008, Bösendorfer became part of the Yamaha Group and in 2014, the revered tone of the Bösendorfer Imperial was featured in the Clavinova CLP Series.


Achieve True Balance

When playing a digital piano, the back area of the keys may prove to be a challenge to full musical expression. This is because the back of the key is closest to the fulcrum of the action. The closer to this pivot point that you strike the key, the less leverage you have and the more strength you need to apply. The greater length of GrandTouch keys give the player MORE leverage, allowing for better expressive control, even at the backs of the keys. This is the same support length found on the Yamaha S3X premium grand piano (as of April 2017), and is the longest support length used on any digital piano.

Leverage Your Artistic Expression

Pianists prefer grand pianos not only because of the way they sound, but also because of the way the keys respond to their touch. When grand piano keys are struck, there is a certain weight or resistance to the touch. Similarly, when keys are released, they return to a resting position based on the balance between the key and the internal mechanics of the keyboard. It is difficult to reproduce the natural return of the keys of a grand piano in a digital piano, due to differences in the mechanics. Yamaha carefully studied these characteristics when developing the GrandTouch keyboard, and has now reproduced this fine balance in the Clavinova digital piano. The result is GrandTouch - detailed grand piano feel that allows for uniform tone control, precise rhythm and smooth melodic expression - fundamental to an exceptional musical performance.


Yamaha Let No Detail Slide

Our fingers are more sensitive than we think, and for pianists, the texture of the piano keys is extremely important. The GrandTouch keyboard features white keys made from the highest quality synthetic ivory, developed independently by Yamaha. The black keys are finished in synthetic ebony. Synthetic ivory keytops reproduce the tactile surface of the real ivory keyboards once used in older acoustic pianos. It features highly absorbent material that prevents fingers from slipping even after hours of practice, while retaining the ideal texture and feel. Resulting from well over a century of experience in making acoustic pianos, this exclusive Yamaha technology achieves a finish that feels natural and comfortable. In addition to the feel, the appearance and fine texture of these keys is unmatched by any other digital piano, and is sure to inspire pianists from the moment they experience it.

The Design Philosophy for the GrandTouch Keyboard

The GrandTouch keyboard was developed with a clear awareness of the need to recreate the responsive feel of a grand piano.

For instance, one of the major characteristics of a grand piano is the wide change in key touch, from playing soft to striking the keys hard. Grand pianos respond to different ways of playing with different key touches—the keys move lightly when played softly, and the keys respond firmly when played strongly.

With the GrandTouch keyboard, Yamaha has considered the key mechanism and weight, as well as the key shape and friction that occurs during key travel. In doing so, we have widened the range of differences in key touch between lighter and harder playing. This lets you naturally sense the difference between louder and quieter sounds while playing.

Further, we have designed the GrandTouch keyboard to allow you to play with an expressiveness that rivals that of a grand piano, as the GrandTouch keyboard gives you tactile feedback from the time you touch the keys until they reach the keybed.

What's more, we have included a mechanism that simulates the lifting of hammers on a grand piano, recreating the feeling of escapement at the end of the key stroke. With this, the GrandTouch emulates both the release feeling that is unique to an actual escapement mechanism, and the feeling of stopping that comes afterwards.

We definitely encourage you to experience the GrandTouch's highly realistic feeling of a responsive grand piano mechanism that keeps moving from the outset until escapement and then stops... and with this, the sense of control brought to your performance throughout the entire keystroke range.


The CLP675 Features:

  • Firmware 2.0
  • VRM physical modeling
  • Yamaha Smooth Release technology
  • Smooth tonal transformations perfectly matched to key pressure
  • Key-Off samples
  • Escapement mechanism of Clavinova Keyboards
  • 88-key Linear Graded Hammers
  • Keyboard Stabilizers
  • The GP Response Damper Pedal
  • Full-body resonance, just like an acoustic piano
  • Acoustic Optimizer
  • A fully immersive concert grand experience—even with headphones
  • The Stereophonic Optimizer—a new kind of headphone experience
  • Connect wirelessly for Bluetooth® audio
  • Multi-track Song Recorder
  • USB Audio Recorder
  • USB Connectivity

Specifications

Number of Keys: 88
Type of Keys: Weighted, GrandTouch linear graded keys (wooden white keys) with Escapement
Touch Sensitivity: Fixed, Soft1/2, Medium, Hard1/2
Presets: 36 voices - Yamaha CFX, CFX Binaural, Bosendorfer Imperial
Polyphony: 256 Notes
Effects Types: 6 x Reverb, 3 x Chorus, Brilliance, Intelligence Acoustic Control, Sterephonic Optimizer
Song Playback: 50 preset songs, 19 voice demo songs, 303 lesson songs (SMF format)
Recording: 16-track, 250 songs (1.5MB total, 500KB per song, SMF format), WAV recording/playback (USB)
Storage: USB Flash Drive
Metronome:

Yes

Audio Inputs: 1 x 1/8" (aux in)
Audio Outputs: 2 x 1/4"
USB: 1 x Type B, 1 x Type A
MIDI I/O: In/Out/Thru/USB
Bluetooth: v4.1
Headphones: 2 x 1/4"
Number of Pedals: 3 (damper, sostenuto, soft, sustain, expression, pitch, rotary, play/pause)
Built-in Speakers 2 x 6.3", 2 x 3.1", 2 x 1.96"
Amplifier: 2 x 35W low, 2 x 50W mid, 2 x 20W high
Display: LCD
Bench/Stand Included: Yes
Power Source: IEC C7 AC cable (included)
Height: 38.06"
Width: 57.5"
Depth: 183"
Weight: 152 lbs. 2 oz.


 

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