Yamaha DGT7A Disklavier GranTouch Piano

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Yamaha DGT7A Disklavier GranTouch Piano

Digital grands that play and sound like fine acoustic pianos –
Plus an amazing range of recording, playback and other capabilities

An extraordinary integration of musical technologies
Combining a century of Yamaha acoustic piano expertise with state-of-the-art Yamaha digital technology, Disklavier GranTouch grand pianos offer unsurpassed performance and versatility for playing, learning and musical entertainment.

Real grand piano keyboard
Incorporating the peerless Yamaha grand piano keyboard and action mechanism, the DGT7A offers a solid, natural touch and expressive control far superior to that of most digital pianos. Optical key and hammer sensors capture the subtlest nuances of expression, without mechanical interference, while pedal sensors register foot control as well.

Superb concert grand sound
Piano tones are stereo sampled across the full dynamic and tonal range of the Yamaha concert grand. Incredibly lifelike, they even recreate the harmonic resonance from other strings when using the sustain pedal. Reverb effects can simulate chamber and hall acoustics, and the 60W x 2, six-speaker audio system delivers rich, full, powerful sound.

Elegant piano cabinetry
The clasic lines of the DGT7A – built within the cabinetry of a Yamaha acoustic grand – Disklavier Gran Touch pianos are an elegant addition to any room. The DGT7A is crafted to the standards of the finest furniture, with opening lids and impeccable attention to every detail.

The advantages of a digital
Unlike acoustic pianos, the DGT7A lets you control performance volume, or play and listen in total privacy through one or two pairs of headphones. They never need tuning, adjust easily to the pitch of other instruments, and connect to external MIDI and audio components.

Recording & playback
Disklavier technology lets you record and reproduce what you play, or enjoy the performance of world-class artists 'live' in your own home. You can cancel the key movement to play along, change the tempos transpose into other keys – even play one hand while the piano plays the other.

Nearly 700 digital voices
The Yamaha XG tone generator provides 697 instrumental and specialty voices (491 selectable) plus sophisticated digital effects. It also interacts with other MIDI equipment, and enables orchestrated piano/ensemble concerts.

Audio/MIDI CD capabilities
Equipped with both CD and floppy disk drives, the DGT7A can play a wide variety of music software. The DGT7A also reproduces high-fidelity audio tracks, so you can enjoy piano playback complete with instruments and vocals.

Versatile programming
You can store a library of favorite songs on 16 internal memory disks, group selections as you like, link groups for continuous chain-play performance, even program automatic timer-controlled concerts.

Direct computer interface
A simple cable connection lets you link your DGT7A with the power of your PC, for extended song storage and access to a wide world of computer software, peripherals and online music resources.

The piano that anyone can play
SmartKey™ technology makes it easy for anyone to play, even if you've never touched a keyboard before, leading you through songs note by note and providing professional embellishments and auto-accompaniment.

For more information about SmartKey and the Disklavier Grantouch please click What is a GranTouch?

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