Yamaha CVP-701 Digital Piano
$4,199.99 – $4,999.99
The CVP-701 Yamaha Clavinova is an exceptional digital piano with a huge variety of modern capabilities and features and an impeccable grand piano sound.
$5,278.00 – $6,199.00
Buy Online Price: $4,199.99 – $4,999.99
Dimensions: 36 1/8” H, 53 1/4” W, 23 7/16″ D
Model: Yamaha Clavinova CVP-701
Cabinet: Polished Ebony, Matte Black
Weight: 135 lbs
Number of Voices: 777 + 29 Drum/SFX Kits + 480 XG Voices
Touch Screen: No
Score Display Function: Yes
Lyrics Display Function: Yes
Recording & Playback: Yes
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CVP-701 Clavinova Digital Piano Features
From the realistic grand piano touch to the intuitive design and integration with iPad, the Yamaha CVP-701 digital piano brings out a beautiful natural piano sound with a rich collection of modern digital features.
A variety of interactive music entertainment, education, and performance features make the Yamaha CVP-701 just as enjoyable for beginners as for advanced pianists.
A Multitude of Voices, Styles, and Ensembles – Accompaniment Styles adds authentic, studio-quality backing players to your performances on the Yamaha CVP-701. It introduces your choice of virtual musician ensembles to your performance, from small jazz ensembles to full orchestras.
Guide Lights Feature – Play songs by following the lights on the keys. The Clavinova CVP-701 has a full library of Follow Lights songs that light up the notes of the melody–and if you don’t play the right note, the song will wait until you do. Follow the lights one note at a time, and fully arranged orchestrations and arpeggios will embellish your playing.
Karaoke Mode – Connect a microphone to your Yamaha CVP-701 and sing along with your keyboard performance or using Karaoke song files from yamahamusicsoft.com.
Virtual Resonance Modeling (VRM) – In a grand piano, the sound resonates through the soundboard and cabinet providing rich reverberations that envelops the room in sound. The Yamaha CVP-701 has Virtual Resonance Modeling that calculates the various states of the strings from each of the 88 notes on the keyboard from one instant to the next, and timing and depth of damper pedals pressed. The enhanced VRM now also calculates aliquot resonance in the upper octaves, and the full resonance of the soundboard, rim, and frame. This technology allows the digital piano to provide a vivid, bright, and rich voice.