The CLP700 series is Yamaha’s latest and most authentic replication of the feel and sound of a real grand piano. Below are the main features found in the CLP775 that create this authentic experience, and some of the ways this model differs from the model preceding it in the range.
What makes this piano different from the model below it in the range?
There are many features unique to the CLP775 which make it a worthy upgrade to the CLP745. Even just by looking at the piano you can see it has a taller cabinet, making for a more elegant design, and this also gives space to house the extra speakers along the front of the piano, making for a more immersive playing experience. The main difference however is in the action, with the CLP775 being equipped with Yamaha's top-tier GrandTouch action, with 88-key linear graded hammers (meaning every single key has a unique weight, as found naturally in a real grand piano) and longer keys, giving the pianist even more control over the instrument. The CLP775 also has the touch screen navigation panel which again brings an elegance and modern feel.
The highest level of action in Yamaha's digital piano range, gifting the performer access to an even wider dynamic range and yet more accurate response to the nuances of their playing.
Even closer emulation comes from the addition of the 88-Key Linear Graded Hammers, longer keys, escapement mechanism, the GP Response Damper Pedal, and by utilising the same wooden keys and synthetic ebony and ivory keytops as found in Yamaha's premium grand pianos.
Yamaha CFX and Bosendorfer Imperial Sample Sounds
Yamaha's latest samples of two of the best grand pianos in the world, offering pianists the option to perform with the rich, dazzling sound of the Yamaha CFX, or the warm and classic European sound of the Bosendorfer Imperial.
These impressive sample sounds are experienced in a truly immersive fashion thanks to the ingenious use of binaural sampling - a method of sampling in which microphones are placed on a mannequin’s head in the same positions as the pianist’s ears to capture piano sounds the way that they sound in reality.
Virtual Resonance Modelling
Technology that raises the level of authenticity in digital piano sound to another level, bringing the natural resonance of the entire piano into the sound, including sympathetic resonance of the strings, and the resonance of the duplex scaling, soundboard, and rims of the piano.
Grand Expression Modelling
Yamaha’s latest technological addition to the CLP range, bringing the performer even closer to the levels of expression only found in a grand piano, building upon the already incredibly responsive action to ensure that even the subtlest of nuances found in each pianist’s technique are reproduced in the sound of the piano.
Amplifiers - (42 W + 50 W + 50 W) x 2
(16 cm + 8 cm + 5 cm + transducer) x 2
Touch Sensor Control Panel
The touch sensor control panel brings a beautiful, sleek and modern feel to the model.
Play music through the speakers of the piano from your smart device and similtaneously play along on the piano. This an extremely effective practice tool, and also a great way to fill your home with music through a quality speaker system.
Effectively practice with the use of built in tried and tested practice methods from Hanon, Bayer, Czerny and Burgmüller.
Ensure you are maintaining your ability to play in time and with other musicians by utilising the 20 different rhythms available which can be set to any tempo. These can also just add some spice to your performances.
Smart Pianist App Connectivity
Navigate the many features of this piano with the easy to use and aesthetically pleasing Smart Pianist app. Connection to the app on this model can be done wirlessly.
The 16-track recorder on the CLP700 series make them a viable product for composers, songwriters, arrangers, and anyone who wants to experiment with home recording.
Width 1461 mm // Height 967 mm // Depth 465 mm