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Yamaha DGX 660 – Review

Chances are you have heard of the Yamaha brand. The Yamaha DGX 660 is one of their best pianos. It is designed with all the features you would expect of a quality piano.

Are you looking for a piano for learning or just playing some music? This is the ultimate digital piano. It is packed with everything you need.

This review is going to explore this impeccable instrument.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Physical attributes – DGX 660 is 18″ tall, 55″ wide, 5″ deep, and weighs 28 kg. This includes a keyboard stand.
  • Keyboard – 88 Grade Hammer Standard Keys with touch response.
  • Polyphony – max 192 notes.
  • Voices – 151 voices present voices plus 15 Drum/SFX Kits plus 388 XGlite. These voices include grand pianos, electric pianos, drums and organs.
  • Tone Generation – Damper resonance and Pure CF Sound Engine
  • Effects – Has several effects: chorus, reverb, intelligent acoustic control, harmony and DSP.
  • Sequencer – 6- track recording (5 melodies and 1 chord), with approximately 30,000 notes per user song

SOUND

When looking for a piano whether grand or electric, one thing is certain. The sound quality of the piano should be excellent.
The sound quality of the DGX 660 is guaranteed.It has inbuilt speakers that produce fine and quality sound. It uses Pure CF sampling. This means that the sounds are meticulously sampled from the CFIII 9′ Grand Piano.
Looking for a versatile and dynamic piano? This piano has 192 maximum polyphony. What does polyphony mean? This is the number of individual notes the piano can produce at a time. With the DGX 660 producing 192 notes, you are rendered with diversity unlike what many pianos offer.