Comparison of Digital Piano

Sound Speaker

Adam Audio T7V vs Yamaha HS7

Adam audio t7v:


-7″ co-axial woofer
-1″ tweeter
-100W power, class-D amplifier
-Integrated DSP with 6 presets
-XLR, Jack, and RCA inputs
-XLR and Jack outputs
-Frequency response: 52Hz – 22kHz
-Max SPL: 126 dB
-4-Band EQ (High, High-Mid, …

Piano With Keys

Yamaha DGX 660 vs Yamaha p125

yamaha DGX 660:


• 88-note weighted graded hammer action keyboard
• 8-track recording/playback
• 622 Voices and 26 Drum/SFX kits
• 165 Styles with 4 variations each
• Onboard stereo audio recorder
• 2-track real-time recording
• USB audio/MIDI …

Piano in Villa

Yamaha P71 vs Yamaha P125:

yamaha p71:


  • 88-key, graded hammer standard (GHS) action keyboard
  • Split and layer capabilities
  • 10 different voices
  • Reverb and chorus digital effects
  • Sustain pedal included
  • Built-in metronome
  • 2-track recorder
  • USB to host for connecting and using with music production software

Yamaha THR5 vs Yamaha THR10

Yamaha THR5


• Five realistic amp simulations
• 11 boutique-quality effects with dedicated knobs
• Versatile tone controls for voicing
• Built-in USB audio interface for easy recording
• Auxiliary input for playing along to music
• In-built rhythm …

Piano With Keys

Yamaha P115 vs P125:

Yamaha P115:


  • 88-key weighted Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) keyboard
  • 10 different voices, including grand piano, electric piano, organ, strings, and more
  • Dual mode allows you to combine two voices together
  • Built-in rhythm patterns for practice and performance
  • Polyphony up

Yamaha B3 vs U1

Yamaha B3 Features:

88-key graded hammer action keyboard
• Synthetic ivory keytops for a natural feel
• Yamaha CFX grand piano sound
• Virtual Resonance Modeling (VRM)
• Damper resonance and string resonance simulation
• 9 different voices

Digital Piano

Yamaha U1 vs U3

Yamaha U1:


-Full-size upright design
-Available in a variety of finishes
-Silent system for silent practice and recording
-Dual-element soundboard for improved resonance
-Solid construction
-Slow-close fallboard for added safety


-Height: 121 cm
-Width: 153 cm
-Depth: 61

Piano Rose

Yamaha P45 vs P125:

Yamaha P45:


  • 88 keys with Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) action
  • 10 different voices, including grand piano, electric piano
  • 64-note polyphony
  • Dual Mode to combine two voices together
  • Onboard reverb, chorus and brilliance effects
  • Built-in metronome
  • Auxiliary input for connecting