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Yamaha N-1X Avant Grand

Grand Clavinova Digital Piano

  • 88 Keys
  • Specialized Grand Piano Action Keyboard
  • 15 Sounds
  • 256 Voices polyphonic
  • Reverb
  • Brilliance
  • Intelligent Acoustic Control
  • Stereophonic Optimizer
  • Binaural Sampling (CFX Grand Voice only)
  • Metronome
  • Transposer
  • 10 Preset songs
  • Internal 1 track recorder
  • MIDI In / Out
  • 2 Headphone connections
  • Aux in (stereo mini), L / L + R, R
  • Aux out L / L + R, R
  • USB to device
  • USB to host
  • 3 Pedals
  • GP Responsive Damper Pedal
  • Keyboard cover
  • Speaker: 6x 30W
  • Dimensions without music stand (W x D x H): 1465 x 1001 x 618 mm
  • Dimensions with music stand (W x H x D): 1465 x 1167 x 618 mm
  • Weight: 117 kg
  • Colour: Polished Ebony
  • Includes power supply
Note: Register your product at www.yamaha.com within 6 months after purchase and extend the warranty to 5 years.

Further Information

Finish High Gloss
Wooden Keys Yes
Ivory Feel Keyboard No
Pressure point simulation Yes
Keyboard cover Yes
Sounds 15
Polyphony 256
Arranger No
Styles 0
Display Yes
Sequencer Yes
Learn mode No
Bluetooth Audio Yes
Bluetooth Midi Yes
"Half-pedal" option Yes
Audio out Yes
Audio input Yes
USB to Host Yes
USB to Device Yes
2 Customer Ratings
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Stunning instrument!
Evgeni, 23.03.2019
I've had numerous digital pianos from all the major brands for the last 20 years and I've tested almost all digital pianos I could get my hands on. I've learned on an upright piano as a kid and I've also played many grand pianos. I play mostly classical music, romantic repertoire being my favorite. With all that in mind the N1X is simply the closest thing to a real grand (along with its bigger brother N3X and probably the Kawai Novus NV10 which I haven't tested). It's miles ahead of any of the regular digital pianos including high end Clavinova pianos, Kawai CA-series with wooden action, etc. The difference is striking both from touch perspective and sound. I've never been so happy with a digital piano! The CFX and Bösendorfer patches sound great through the multichannel speaker system and I'm easily fooled into thinking I'm sitting behind a real grand since the sound is projecting from the entire body. The bass is tight and controlled, clean and distinctive, it's not the boomy mess you get from other digital pianos. The VRM resonance modeling is a pure joy too. And of course the real grand piano action! All that makes for an uncompromising piano experience. The CFX binaural patch is stunning through headphones and I often have to remove the headphones to make sure the sound is indeed coming from the headphones and not from the speakers, so real and three-dimensional it is! The only complaint I have is that the other piano voices while great through speakers, are slightly thin through headphones. But the CFX binaural makes up for that. Harpsichord is the best one I've heard and that's a nice bonus. I would have preferred if the button panel was hidden so that the piano looks like a real piano but even now it's still very unobtrusive and the display turns off after a few seconds so it's not a big deal.

I took one star off "features" because some functions require button and key combinations and the display is too outdated. On the other hand, it's an acoustic piano replacement, not a synth workstation, so it's meant to be played, not tweaked. But a better interface could have been better. Another reason for the 4 stars is there's no embedded Wi-Fi and one needs to purchase a separate dongle from Yamaha in order to use the iPhone app.

I can't find enough words to praise the N1X. It's probably one of the most successful product choices I've ever made. Highly recommended piano.
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New piano
Gustafsson , 29.02.2020
It was interesting to learn about a hybrid piano - having the same mechanism for playing like a normal grand piano but an electronic end.
It feels like a real piano but the volume can be adjusted and even headphones can be used. Quality seems to be very good and it is always in tune!
Only future will tell how durable it will be, but we hope for the best.
We can only give this product high recommendations.
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