Yamaha NP11 Digital PianoStock code: 92099
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- The Yamaha NP-11 is a slim, light & compact digital piano
- 10 voices including Stereo Grand Piano
- Dual voice feature
- Built-in stereo speaker system
- Battery power or AC adaptor
- Auto Power Off mode
The Yamaha NP11 offers the convenience and practicability of a mid-size keyboard with the styling of a top-end digital stage piano. The NP 11 is slim and compact, offering 61 full size keys, AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) stereo sampling, built in speakers, song library and may be battery or mains powered. Its lightweight construction (4.5 kg) makes it the ideal instrument to take to gigs, studio visits and schools, and is easily transportable due its slimline dimensions. With the NP 11, you get great expressiveness in your playing, thanks to its touch response and 32-note polyphony.
When you require a voice to suit an occasion or a particular genre of music, the Yamaha NP 11 allows you to choose from a selection of 10 superb voices. Thanks to its dual/layer function, you can combine different voices, for example piano and strings, to create your desired sound. 4 reverb settings allow you to create the precise acoustic quality you require at the touch of a button. Alongside the preset voices and reverb settings is a preloaded library of 10 songs - great if you want to sit back and listen.
The NP11 comes with metronome, tempo range (32 to 280), transpose (-6 to 0, 0 to +6) and tuning. The NP 11 has a headphone socket for private performance and may be connected to a sustain pedal for expressive playing. The NP 11 has MIDI in/out and is powered by DC IN 12V.
The Yamaha NP11 delivers its sound via its 2 x 2.5W amplifiers and 2 x (12cm x 6cm) speakers. Powered by either an adapter or batteries, the NP11 has an impressive battery life of 6 hours+ for when mains power is impractical. The NP 11 comes with a music rest and features Yamaha's innovative power-off mode, switching itself off after an idle time of 30 minutes to save power and conserve battery life.
|Speaker Output||2 x 2.5 Watts|
|Free Accessories||Music Rest|
|Connectivity Details||Headphones Input, MIDI|
|Key Stage||Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4|
|Manufacturers Link||Yamaha NP11 Digital Piano|
|Weight||Weight||4.5kg (9bs., 15oz.)|
|Keyboard||Number of Keys||61|
|Tone Generation||Tone Generating Technology||AWM Stereo Sampling|
|Polyphony||Number of Polyphony (Max.)||32|
|Preset||Number of Voices||10|
|Preset||Number of Preset Songs||10 voice and 10 piano demo|
|Demo/Help||Demonstration||10 voice and 10 piano demo|
|Tempo Range||32 to 280|
|Transpose||-6 to 0, 0 to +6|
|Connectivity||DC IN||DC IN 12V|
|Sustain Pedal||Yes (Half Pedal)|
|AMPLIFIERS AND SPEAKERS|
|Amplifiers||2.5W x 2|
|Speakers||(12cm x 6cm) x 2|
Posted on 18/08/2012 by alex
If you want to get into playing keyboard/piano this is the place to start. This was the first make of keyboard I had and it works wonders, so portable as well!
A very good beginners piano!
Posted on 06/08/2012 by Matt
I got one of these about 7 months ago to learn on and I must say for the price, it's a steal!
It's very light and compact (So it can fit well if you don't have much space). I was surprised by the quality of the sound out of it. The quality of cheaper keyboards has drastically improved since I last used one. The one annoyance is that they keys are louder then you'd want them to be, it's especially noticeable if I'm playing with headphones as other people in the room can still hear the keys being pressed quite loudly. Otherwise it's a great piano!
I'd recommend this to anybody who wants to learn to play the piano as it's perfect!
First time keyboard players
Posted on 05/08/2012 by Ella
If you are thinking of taking up the keyboard but don't know if you'll stick at it then this is a good starter keyboard, at a good price. It’s not too big or heavy so you can easily move it from room to room. It has 61 keys, which seem enough for a beginner to have to cope with and it has a good piano sound. Bear in mind that if you get to grips with your playing you may find yourself wishing you had the extra keys/octaves of a full size digital piano.
Posted on 02/08/2012 by Thurman
This keyboard is light and easy to take around various places and when it's not it use it doesn't take up half the room other keyboards do when stood up in the case. If you’re willing to spend more then there are better, however it's decent enough and is good to play.