Yamaha is a well-known brand and highly rated for producing high quality instruments. Here we will examine their top digital pianos. Click here to hop right to our Yamaha Digital Piano comparison chart. 

These pianos are widely used by pianist of low to high level of skills and cut across various price ranges. Without a doubt, you can find excellent Yamaha pianos at a very fair price irrespective of your skill level, either you’re a professional or at a beginner level, there’s always a piano that best suit your skills.

Yamaha stock a huge range of pianos. It is hard to go wrong with a Yamaha but with the wide choice available, it is often difficult to make a decision on which model to opt for. 

 

YAMAHA P-71

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Why not have a look at our post on “The best digital piano with weighted keys“. 

We look at the top 5 models with weighted keys including a Casio, a Roland and three Yamaha models including the best selling P-71.

 

Yamaha Arius YDP-S54

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The Yamaha Arius YDP-S54 piano is a finely crafted top of the range digital piano. This piano is effortlessly designed into a compact and modern style piano which makes it the perfect addition to any room in the house. 

It would be suitable for a beginner, intermediate or advanced player. If you’re serious about learning piano, this model will make sure the pianist builds good technique with its weighted keys, while giving them an expressive and authentic piano experience. The Arius series are among Yamaha’s best digital pianos with weighted keys. 

Yamaha Arius YDP-S54 features an intelligent acoustic control (IAC) which enables players to automatically adjust sound to any level of volume. The stereophonic optimizer enables users to enjoy the spacious and natural sound when using the internal speakers or while wearing headphones.

 

 

Yamaha P-125

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The Yamaha P-125 is well known for its simplicity and this makes it the most user-friendly and approachable digital piano in the market. Both beginner and intermediate players will find the touch and tone perfect for their repertoire. Also, its portability allows users to carry it anywhere with ease.

It also comes along with adjustable bench, stand and accessories that get you up and running. It features a newly improved 2-way speaker system which produces great quality sound. This gives the player a rich stereo sound.

The Yamaha P-125 digital piano has an intuitive user interface which ensures ease of use. The user can easily switch instruments or modes while staying focused.  

 

 

Yamaha DGX 660

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The Yamaha DGX660 is an 88-key digital piano which can be used by players ranging from beginners to professionals.

When it comes to producing a meticulous tone that is perfect for concert, the Yamaha DGX660 without a doubt will be a perfect choice. It has a pure CF sound engine enables it to produce great tone that captures the attention of audience. Also, the score display allow pianists to put music notation of MIDI songs on screen. 

This amazing Yamaha piano sounds like an acoustic piano, its GHS weighted action is heavier in the low register and lighter in the high. The Yamaha DGX660 digital piano is heavier compared to the Yamaha p-125 piano.

Most of these pianos come in a complete bundle which features stand, microphone, headphones and sustain pedal.

 

 

Yamaha P45

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These pianos are 88-key piano that mostly come along with sustain pedal, double-braced keyboard stand, padded piano bench as well as a power supply.

This piano has an improved sound due to its AWM stereo sampling; it features 88-key hammer keyboard which models the action of acoustic piano and also provide players with a 4 levels of touch sensitivity. Its keyboard has a duo teaching mode and can split into layers.

The keyboard can be used as a MIDI controller through a USB host port and it features a slim and stylish design with a 12 inches depth and not more than 25lbs. The Yamaha P45 piano features a built-in sound system which makes it easy to move around within your home and during an outside performance.

Just like the Yamaha DGX660, its GHS weighted action is much heavier in the low end and much lighter in the high end. I would rate this as one of the best digital piano for beginners.

 

 

Yamaha PSREW300 76-Key

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This piano features a 76 keys portable keyboard which has all that’s needed in a starter keyboard, thereby, making it the perfect piano for a beginner. Note, this is more of a ‘keyboard’ than a digital piano. It has “touch sensitive” keys which are not as good as weighted keys for the a budding piano student. 

It is good however for the budding musician who wants to play modern songs or sing along while playing. 

It has lots of great functionalities such as; the on-board lesson which helps in supplementing piano lessons and the melody suppressor to soften lead vocal which enable players to sing while playing along with their favorite tunes.  

It would also be a good instrument for a young person that you want to motivate into learning piano! Through the Yamaha education suite, players have the ability to practice with preset songs while having lots of fun. 

This piano makes use of USB to host audio and MIDI connectivity, thereby, providing players with a room to expand the capability of their instrument through interfacing with educational apps of your computer or iOS device.

 

 

 

YAMAHA DIGITAL PIANO COMPARISON CHART

Below is a comparison chart to compare these top 5 Yamaha digital pianos that are mostly loved by pianists.

Yamaha Digital Piano ComparisonYamaha Arius YDP-S54 Yamaha P-125Yamaha DGX660Yamaha P45Yamaha PSREW300
Number of Keys8888888876
Weighted Hammer ActionYESYESYESYESNO
Number of Voices242455410574
Maximum Polyphony2561921926448
Touch Levels44444
Intelligent Acoustic Control (IAC)YESYESYESNONO
Dual/Multi-Layer VoiceYESYESYESYESYES
Smart Pianist iOS AppNOYESNONONO
Split Voice L/R HandYESYESYESYESYES
Recording FunctionYESYESYESNOYES
Damper ResonanceYES (VRM)NOYESNONO
MicrophoneNONOYESNONO
Headphones Output2Standard x 2SupportedYESYES
MIDIYESNOYESNOYES
MetronomeYESYESYESYESYES
Dimensions1461 x 927 x 459 mm1326 x 166 x 295 mm1397 x 146 x 445 mm1325 x 154 x 295 mm1152 x 118 x 369 mm
Weight56 kg11.8 kg21 kg11.5 kg6.2 kg
Number of Pedals33111

You can see from our Yamaha digital piano comparison chart that these models vary in weight,  If you need more choice, have a look at our post on “The best digital piano with weighted keys” which features several Yamaha models including the best selling P-71. 

 

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