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Published on Jun 30, 2010
I bought a Yamaha YDP-140 digital piano three months ago. I played piano from 10 to 18, and after many years without studying, I wanted to buy a cheap digital piano for me to practise again (or to teach my little son). I made a lot of youtube searches to listen to this and other models before I decided to buy it online, so I thought it was fair to upload another sample of how it sounds (definitely better than I've been able to record) and how it responds to playing (I'm not any good after so much years of not playing seriously). I hope it helps anyone choosing a digital piano: this one is one of the cheapest I considered, and I'm happy for not spending more money - I'll do if I keep on playing and improving.
A couple of comments: I have not been able to record a better image and sound quality with my webcam or my microphone. But you need to know that the piano sounds not very loud (even at its maximum), with quite a good sound (better than my old second-hand upright piano) when played aloud and even a better one when played with headphones.
(Sorry, the image is right-left inverted, that is a little strange to see in the piano, but I could'nt flip it. And I've just noticed than the audio and video don't match... I' ve tried a couple times but I can't avoid it happening.)