Released July, 2009
The Pros:Keys actually feel pretty good when pressed, not so much like cheap plastic. Good value and features for those just starting out.
The Cons:Doesn't come included with a power adapter. It's difficult to figure out how to change the time signature of the metronome. Settings reset every time the power is turned off, volume always defaults to the loudest setting.
The Yamaha YTP 210 is a portable grand keyboard that comes with 375 instrument voices, gearing it towards anyone looking to teach. This particular model comes equipped with Yamaha Education Suite V5, and a Real Stereo sound quality.
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The YTP 210 features a 32 note polyphony and 16 part multi timbrel.
The Yamaha YTP 210 is a portable grand, that with the push of a button converts to a stereo-sampled piano for a realistic piano sound. This keyboard comes equipped with the Yamaha Education Suite V5, with 102 built-in songs for users to learn to play, while teaching timing, waiting and grading, with a chord dictionary. It comes with Real Stereo sound quality, with stereo-sampling technology, not just 2 speakers like previous models. This is a higher end model becuase it features a 32 note polyphony instead of the custom 12-note polyphony, and it will play back 16 different parts or sounds at once (the 16-part multi-timbrel).
Feature upgrades as seen in the model YPT 220 include a reverb effect with 9 reverb types to add a richer sound to the performance. If upgrading to the YPT 310 model, one would have added features like 482 voices (instead of 375), and a 2-track sequencer and Flash ROM for storage.
- 61 full size keys
- portable grand
- large LCD display
- 32 notes of polyphony and 16 part multi timbrel
- 375 instrumental voices (incl. 12 drum kits, and sound effect kit)
- Yamaha Education Suite V5
- Real Stereo sound quality
- headphone jack for private practice
- 102 songs separated into left and right hand parts for learning
- MIDI In/Out interface
- one touch settings
User Reviews (1)
Keys actually feel pretty good when pressed, not so much like cheap plastic.
Good value and features for those just starting out.
Doesn't come included with a power adapter.
It's difficult to figure out how to change the time signature of the metronome.
Settings reset every time the power is turned off, volume always defaults to the loudest setting.
The list of the 102 songs included in the keyboard is on page 20 of the manual rather than on a separate card like many other keyboards.
Integrated speakers are of remarkably poor quality.
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