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Whether you're practicing at home or away, performing solo or in a band, the Yamaha P-155 digital piano offers professional quality sound with our legendary piano touch. Thanks to the top-shelf Yamaha digital piano technologies like advanced sampling methods and the ultra-expressive GH (Graded Hammer) keyboard, musicians don't have to choose between portability and piano quality—the quality you expect from a company that's been building world-class acoustic pianos for over a century. In the P-155, Yamaha crafts that heritage into a slim cabinet available in three contemporary finishes.

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Whether you're practicing at home or away, performing solo or in a band, the Yamaha P-155 digital piano offers professional quality sound with our legendary piano touch. Thanks to the top-shelf Yamaha digital piano technologies like advanced sampling methods and the ultra-expressive GH (Graded Hammer) keyboard, musicians don't have to choose between portability and piano quality—the quality you expect from a company that's been building world-class acoustic pianos for over a century. In the P-155, Yamaha crafts that heritage into a slim cabinet available in three contemporary finishes.
Dynamic Expression, Realistic Sound

Hand-crafted Pianos, High-quality Voices
To ensure the finest grand piano sound for the P-155, we went straight to the source: Yamaha's finest 9-foot concert grand, a hand-picked CFIIIS. Next, a master piano technician painstakingly tuned and regulated the CFIIIS to sonic perfection. Then we applied our Pure CF Sampling technology to accurately capture every aspect of the CFIIIS sound, keeping post-processing to an absolute minimum to maintain sonic integrity throughout. The result is a truly authentic grand piano sound with powerful, dynamic bass, warm mid-range and crystal-clear highs.

Layer upon Layer
Using Yamaha's Dynamic Stereo Sampling (DSS) technology, the incredibly natural 4-level piano sample is a breakthrough achievement for digital pianos. It means that, depending on how hard you strike a note, you will hear one of four piano recordings on each and every key for an unprecedented level of dynamic range and tonal expression. Playing softly doesn't simply lower the volume; it produces the quiet recordings of piano notes. And likewise, playing more forcefully triggers separate samples at different levels.

Ascension to Detail
If you close your eyes while playing a grand piano, you'll find its sound is a bit more complicated than "note-on-noteoff." Yamaha has gone to great lengths to capture these sonic artifacts in the P-155. These meticulous efforts include recording a felt damper coming to rest on a vibrating string when a note is released [Key Off Samples], or reproducing the sound of the open strings that wash over your performance when using the damper pedal [Stereo Sustain Samples and Damper Resonance].

A Touch Above

Look inside the lid of a grand piano. Different sized strings require different sized hammers. Different sized hammers have different weights. The keyboard of the P-155 utilizes Yamaha's GH (Graded Hammer) technology to reproduce the true "feel" of a grand piano keyboard action, with heavier touch in the lower keys, lighter touch in the higher keys, and subtle gradations of weight and response throughout. Thanks to the input of concert-level, professional pianists during its development, the GH keyboard features superb balance and remarkable consistency. Performing or practicing on a GH keyboard properly develops and maintains an artist's technique for making the transition between P-155 and an acoustic grand.
Perfection Made Practical

As a full-featured digital piano, the P-155 gives you all you need for practice, playing and performance. It has an internal high-power, two-channel (12W + 12W) amplifier with high-performance speakers built-in-letting you and your audience hear the authentic sounds in their full glory. Is your audience on another continent? Share your musical ideas and masterpieces easily with others by recording your performance to any attached USB storage device*. Songs are stored as Standard MIDI Files (SMF) and can be emailed to and played back on any Mac or PC.
* USB storage device is not included

USB-to-Device (left) and Two standard front-panel headphone jacks (right)

Included

Sustain Pedal (FC4 Foot Switch)
Music Rest
Owner's Manual
Quick Operation Guide

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Mesin

Tipe Mesin Liquid cooled 4-stroke, SOHC
Jumlah/Posisi Silinder Single Cylinder
Kapasitas Mesin 155cc
Diameter x Langkah 58,0 mm x 58.7 mm
Perbandingan Kompresi 11.6 : 1
Daya Maksimum 11.3 kW / 8000 rpm
Torsi Maksimum13.9Nm / 6500rpm
Sistem Starter Electric Starter
Sistem Pelumasan Basah
Kapasitas Oli Mesin Total – 1,00 L ; Berkala 0,90 L
Sistem Bahan BakarFI (Fuel Injection)
Tipe Kopling Kering, Centrifugal Automatic
Tipe Transmisi V-belt Automatic

Dimensi

P x L x T 1980mm X 700mm X 1150mm
Jarak sumbu roda 1350 mm
Jarak terendah ke tanah143 mm
Tinggi tempat duduk 790 mm
Berat isi122 kg
Kapasitas tangki bensin5.5 L

Rangka

Tipe Rangka Underbone
Suspensi DepanTeleskopik
Suspensi BelakangUnit Swing
Ban Depan110/80-14M/C 53P
Ban Belakang140/70-14M/C 62P
Rem DepanDisc
Rem BelakangDrum

Kelistrikan

Sistem pengapian TCI
BatteryNTZ6V
Tipe BusiNGK/CPR8EA-9

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Yamaha P-155 Review

The Yamaha P-155 is versatile enough to use at home or on stage as it features a number of the finest performance characteristics as well as esthetic advantages. For the realistic sound and feel of a piano, the instrument provides graded hammer action and 4-layer piano samples.

Key-off and stereo sustain samples with adjustable damper resonance along with its 128-note polyphony provide a distinct realism along with a sound of professional quality.

The digital piano has 17 voices with split and dual modes as well as a metronome and track recorder with playback. Its headphone ports allow for practice and play without disturbing others. Songs can be saved via USB and imported as MIDI files.

Note: The P-155 has been discontinued by the manufacturer. The new flagship model in the P-series is the Yamaha P-515.

Features of the Yamaha P-155

Realistic Feel

Graded Hammer action functions equally on all 88 keys, contributing to a feel that is similar to that found on more expensive top-rated digital pianos and acoustic pianos.

The Graded Hammer technology allows for heavier feel in the lower keys with a lighter feel in the high keys. There are slight gradations of response and weight as you move along each octave.

Professional concert-level pianists contributed to the P-155’s development allowing for a notable consistency and striking balance.

This feature makes a world of difference in developing and maintaining playing technique for those pianists that eventually transition to an acoustic grand.

Excellent Sound Quality

The sound technology stems from Yamaha’s own concert grand CFIIIS model. The perfectly tuned instrument is submitted to Yamaha’s Pure CF Sampling technology to capture every part of the CFIIIS sound precisely.

To maintain its sonic integrity, recorded sounds used in the Yamaha P-155 are minimally processed after recording. This creates an authentic grand piano sound with a powerful bass, solid mid-range and clear high tones.

The 4-layer audio samples are recorded with Yamaha’s famous digital quality intact. The true sound features half-pedal, sustain and key-off features.

Dynamic Stereo Sampling, or DSS, technology uses a range of sound samples to allow for maximum expression. Depending on the force used to strike each key one of four audio recordings responds to provide a unique quality of range and tonal expression.

Great for Piano Instruction

The piano features dual headphone jacks, a track recorder and an integrated metronome to make teaching and learning much easier.

Instructors may follow individual progress without disturbing the practice of other students or those nearby.

Technology

The P-155 features an internal two-channel amplifier with built-in speakers providing the best in authentic perception. Tracks may be saved through the USB port or imported as MIDI files. Songs can then be transferred via computer for sharing or personal records.

The Pros and Cons of the P-155

The Yamaha P-155 is designed for stage performance but is still simple enough for beginners to use. The sound and touch make the experience very similar to an actual acoustic instrument.

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The esthetic quality of the piano makes it all the more pleasant allowing for the device to be set up in any home environment without clashing with the interior. Even more impressive, the digital piano requires little power to function.

Some users report the weight of the keys as well as the weight of the piano itself make using it slightly more cumbersome.

  • Realistic Audio – The sound quality is impressively similar to that of a standard piano. The sound integrity is maintained through speakers or with use of headphones.
  • Beginner Friendly – The P-155 is a great digital piano for beginners and those just learning to play on stage. It features 50 preset songs to assist in learning and 17 preset voices to offer accompaniment.
  • Touch – Users praise the digital piano’s touch sensitivity and response.
  • Appearance – The P-155’s mahogany top-board gives it a feel of class that can accentuate nearly any surrounding décor.
  • Low-Maintenance – The piano is easy to transport and requires little electricity to operate.
  • Key Weight – Some users report that the piano’s keys are too heavy when compared to a standard acoustic piano and even some top digital pianos with weighted keys.
  • Heavy Weight – The weight may be a bit much but the piano is still portable enough to carry around.

Conclusion

The Yamaha P-155 digital piano provides a meticulously-crafted instrument that is true to the experience of using an acoustic piano.

The professional sound and feel make it a great choice for those needing a substitute for the real thing. Whether just beginning or giving professional stage performances the P-155 is guaranteed to live up to its expectations.

Yamaha’s legendary performance quality is present in every aspect of this digital instrument.

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Yamaha P155 Contemporary Piano with Mahogany Top Board; Black

Step Up to Premium Yamaha Touch & Tone

Whether you're practicing at home or away, performing solo or in a band, the Yamaha P-155 digital piano offers professional quality sound with our legendary piano touch. Thanks to the top-shelf Yamaha digital piano technologies like advanced sampling methods and the ultra-expressive GH (Graded Hammer) keyboard, musicians don't have to choose between portability and piano quality—the quality you expect from a company that's been building world-class acoustic pianos for over a century. In the P-155, Yamaha crafts that heritage into a slim cabinet available in three contemporary finishes.

Yamaha P-155 Digital Piano - Mahogany

Dynamic Expression, Realistic Sound

Hand-crafted Pianos, High-quality Voices

To ensure the finest grand piano sound for the P-155, we went straight to the source: Yamaha's finest 9-foot concert grand, a hand-picked CFIIIS. Next, a master piano technician painstakingly tuned and regulated the CFIIIS to sonic perfection. Then we applied our Pure CF Sampling technology to accurately capture every aspect of the CFIIIS sound, keeping post-processing to an absolute minimum to maintain sonic integrity throughout. The result is a truly authentic grand piano sound with powerful, dynamic bass, warm mid-range and crystal-clear highs.

Layer upon Layer

Yamaha P-155 Digital Piano

Using Yamaha's Dynamic Stereo Sampling (DSS) technology, the incredibly natural 4-level piano sample is a breakthrough achievement for digital pianos. It means that, depending on how hard you strike a note, you will hear one of four piano recordings on each and every key for an unprecedented level of dynamic range and tonal expression. Playing softly doesn't simply lower the volume; it produces the quiet recordings of piano notes. And likewise, playing more forcefully triggers separate samples at different levels.

"Ascension" to Detail

Yamaha P-155 Digital Piano

If you close your eyes while playing a grand piano, you'll find its sound is a bit more complicated than "note-on-noteoff." Yamaha has gone to great lengths to capture these sonic artifacts in the P-155. These meticulous efforts include recording a felt damper coming to rest on a vibrating string when a note is released [Key Off Samples], or reproducing the sound of the open strings that wash over your performance when using the damper pedal [Stereo Sustain Samples and Damper Resonance].

A Touch Above

Look inside the lid of a grand piano. Different sized strings require different sized hammers. Different sized hammers have different weights. The keyboard of the P-155 utilizes Yamaha's GH (Graded Hammer) technology to reproduce the true "feel" of a grand piano keyboard action, with heavier touch in the lower keys, lighter touch in the higher keys, and subtle gradations of weight and response throughout. Thanks to the input of concert-level, professional pianists during its development, the GH keyboard features superb balance and remarkable consistency. Performing or practicing on a GH keyboard properly develops and maintains an artist's technique for making the transition between P-155 and an acoustic grand.

Perfection Made Practical

As a full-featured digital piano, the P-155 gives you all you need for practice, playing and performance. It has an internal high-power, two-channel (12W + 12W) amplifier with high-performance speakers built-in-letting you and your audience hear the authentic sounds in their full glory. Is your audience on another continent? Share your musical ideas and masterpieces easily with others by recording your performance to any attached USB storage device*. Songs are stored as Standard MIDI Files (SMF) and can be emailed to and played back on any Mac or PC.

Yamaha's P-155 included FC-4 Pedal

Yamaha P-155 includes Yamaha FC-4 Pedal

Included

  • Sustain Pedal (FC4 Foot Switch)
  • Music Rest
  • Quick Operation Guide
  • Music Rest
  • AC Power Adaptor (PA-301)

Product Specifications

Keyboard:88 Graded Hammer keys
Touch Sensitivity:Hard/Medium/Soft/Fixed
Dimensions (W x H x D):52-1/2" x 5-1/2" x 13-13/16"
Weight:41 lbs.
Dynamic Levels: 4
Preset Songs:50
Data Capacity:User Songs (100KB x3)External Songs (447KB
Scale Type:7 types
Tuning:Yes
Speakers:2 x (12cm x 6 cm)
Digital Amplifier:2 x 12W
Metronome:Yes (32-280 Tempo)
Transpose:-12 to 0, 0 to +12
Headphones:2 jacks
Number of Polyphony (Max.):128
Yamaha P-155 Digital Piano - Mahogany

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Yamaha P155 Review

The world of digital pianos is an interesting and diverse landscape, and the more you learn about the different types of machines, the more the machines change and develop. Each digital piano has its own characteristics, and some developers may choose to focus on some areas more than others. Yamaha Corporation sits in a unique position, in that they’re able to cover a wide variety of areas and can bring a better well-rounded product.

Yamaha P155 piano

Yamaha’s line of digital pianos has always been known for their professional taste and dedicated production. They have a few different series, whether it be the Piaggeros, Portable grands, or Clavinovas. The P-Series is yet another addition to their digital pianos, and for me, the P-155 stands out as one of the finer models. Thanks to one my friends at a local music store, I got to take this baby for a ride.

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Yamaha 155 Review: Features

There was a special version that had caught my eye, which was a beautiful white and wood-grain piano Yamaha dubbed the “Silver & Cherry” edition. For me, it’s a welcome change to the otherwise dry and monotonic looks of most digital pianos, which are just flat out black. The dealer informed me there are two other colors, with a “Black & Ebony” finish along with a “Black & Mahogany” finish.

The piano was sitting on a beautiful Yamaha L-140 matching stand, which I thought brought out the beautiful construction of the piano. If anything it was a far cry from the dusty ‘X’-stand I have sitting at the house. No way would I sit so beautiful a machine on that piece of junk. It also had the Yamaha FC4 piano-style sustain pedal hooked up to it, and my friend told me there were 3 or 4 other kinds of pedals you could order.

The whole time I was experimenting with the P-155 I wanted to keep in mind the differences there may or may not be with the P-140 or the CP-33. Sometimes manufacturers can carry you away on their hype train, and easily get you to buy a product from them that you’ve basically bought already. I’m not accusing Yamaha of doing this, but I’ve had a number of friends in my ear saying there wasn’t much difference from the P-140 or the Yamaha CP-33 digital piano for that matter. Truthfully, you don’t have much of a choice, as the P-140 has been discontinued and I’d say they’d be pretty hard to find.

So one of the first things I noticed was the upgrade of the speakers. The P-155 now comes with pretty sizable 12 watt speakers, which in my opinion is a huge improvement over the 6 watt speakers of the 140. While 12 watts isn’t exactly going to blow you away, it’s much better for people who are using this piano to perform in venues like churches or performance gigs.

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More Features of Note

Like most other 88-key pianos/keyboards, this machine has many of the same dimensions. It’s 52 inches long and about 13 inches wide, so it shouldn’t be much of a problem fitting into any kind of home space. However, when I went to pick the P-155 up I was shocked. I thought I was picking up an I-beam for a second! It has an official weight of about 41 pounds, which is certainly one of the heavier digital pianos I’ve come in contact with. Add a piano case and this thing could become a real pain to carry around.

Despite all of that, I really started to have some fun when I sat down on the keys. The P-155 has a wonderful and realistic feel to its keys, and my friend started to explain the Yamaha GHE (Graded Hammer Action) technology behind it. He actually brought out quirky little display model, which looked like a cutout of a section of piano keys, but showed the intricate workings of the hammers behind it.

The model was awesome, and it showed that the keys have actual hammers attached to them which respond like a real piano, while each of the keys have a different weight, depending on their location. The keys mimic the actual grade of a real piano, with heavier keys being on the left, towards the bass and lighter keys going towards the right, toward the treble. He also let me know that all of Yamaha’s higher end models have this same exact technology, which is why it’s wonderful to see it on the P-155.

The P-155 also has the same AWM Dynamic Stereo Sampling technology as the Yamaha P-140 and the CP-33, but Yamaha has taken it further by adding another layer of piano samples for the 155. Most other models with AWM, or Advanced Wave Memory, only have three layers of perfected grand piano samples, which the technology uses to seamlessly connect with however you choose to play the machine, whether gentle or heavy. However the P-155 has an added fourth layer, which really brings out an even more grand sound. I found that listening with headphones or hooking up to an amplifier made the sound even clearer.

Yamaha P-155

There are 16 preset tones in addition to the grand piano, from the customary electric pianos and organs, to strings, clavinets and basses. The piano has an amazing 128-note polyphony which should be more than enough for anyone, as the CP-33 and the P-140 only have 64-note polyphony. You can layer the different tones, and you can also split the keyboard into different instruments. There’s also a transpose function and a metronome, which will keep a tempo range anywhere from 32 to 280 beats per minute.

The P-155 has USB/MIDI capability, which will allow you to easily connect to a computer or separate MIDI device. You can also record and store your compositions on the internal hard drive, and play them back later. Also, with the auxiliary line out you can record into almost anything.

Bottom Line

With a list price of $1,700, it’s understandable that most people will try and find a bargain price for this beautiful machine. In fact, with all the options out there you really shouldn’t pay any more than $1,200 for the P-155. There are plenty of bundle plans which come with all the external accessories for less than $1,000. Spend any more and you might as well get a higher grade digital piano.

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