Yamaha P-115 B Bundle I
- Keyboard type: Graded Hammer Standard (GHS)
- Keys: 88 keys
- sound generation: Pure CF-Sampling
- Sounds / Tones: 14 sounds
- Piano Effects: Damping Resonance
- Polyphony: 192 voices
- Effects: Reverb, Chorus, Sound Boost, Intelligent Acoustic Control (IAC)
- Modes: Dual, Split and Duo Modus
- Metronome: yes
- Special features: Controller App, 14 Rhytms
- Sequencer: 1 song, 2 tracks
- Connections: 2 x Headhones, Aux out, Sustain
- USB / MIDI: USB to Host
- Power (watts rms): 2x 7 W
- Colour / Finish: Black
- Dimensions (WxHxD): 132,6 x 16,3 x 29,5
- Weight: 11,8 kg
- Including: P-115 B, Music rest, Sustainpedal, mains adapter, Instruction manual, Keyboardstand and headphonesKopfhörer
Yamaha P-115 B Bundle I · Stage Piano
Thanks to the particularly extensive 192-voice polyphony and the damper resonance even complex pieces can be played impressively realistic. The 14 dynamic rhythms and 10 accompaniment styles of the Yamaha P-115 provide an ideal basis for both practicing and for the concert audience. The stage piano can be played in Split or Dual mode. The function duo splits the keyboard into two identical portions, so that students can easily follow the hands of the teacher and their movements.
On stage, the additional outputs can be connected directly to the PA or audio system to deliver undistorted sound to the speakers. The easy-to-use tuning and Transposing function are ideal to accompany singers and other instruments, with the "USB-to-Host" connection functions can be sequenced and input power of a PC can also be accessed. You can download the sounds and settings of your piano intuitively via a touch screen control (additional connection cable required) via an app for your iOS device.
Value for money:
Greatbeginner on 22.01.2018
The bundle I got is great.
The piano stand is sturdy and reliable.
The keyboard plays beautifully.
The headphones are nice the kable is sturdy and gives a feel of good quality.
If I were to point out any downsides, as a perfectionist as I am, I would say that the headphones don't quite fit the head. The lower part of earmuffs is very loose and does not quite stick to the head.
The keyboard is a bit limited when you quickly jump between the keys. As if trying to imitate the piano too well when you keep pressing two keys, one after the other, very quickly, the sound produced is not very clear but it is something that does not bother me too much.
The sustain pedal which people often complain about is indeed of poor quality and I plan to quickly replace it. It doesn't stay in one place and quickly runs away after a few pushes from the foot. The rubber bottom doesn't help at all. Also it's so small and light that you need to be barefoot to feel that you're actually pushing it.
The weighted keys do a good job at imitating a real piano keys although it's not a perfect job and I feel that when jumping from a real piano to a keyboard that it's indeed a jump.
Another thing is that when I push the keys I tend to hear the plastic rubbing against neighbor keys.
Even though that I wrote a lot of downsides the bundle is superb. If I were to change anything in the bundle it would be replacing the headphones with a gigbag for the piano. A lot of people already have headphones in their homes and a gigbag would be used as a way of transporting the piano and to cover it against the dust. It does get dusty even though it's being used every second day.
I highly recommend it!