The Yamaha (portable) P series is known for its excellent quality, sufficient connectivity and control functions. These include the Yamaha P-115, a digital piano with a full-sized 88-key and many other impressive features.
This piano is perfect for those who want to perform on stage, especially if you want to coordinate your actions with other players without trying to impose complex functions. Besides using it in concerts, there are still places where you can use the pianoforte. However, for the purposes of reviewing the Yamaha P-115, we will strictly abide by its specifications.
The Yamaha P-115 is equipped with a Pure CF sound engine and is commonly used in the first piano Yamaha P-225 in P-Line. The pure CF sound includes the grand piano 001, which was found at a Yamaha CFIIIS 9 ‘Grand concert, with each recording recorded at several volume levels.
The piano produces a very clear and realistic sound with excellent resonance and attenuation. With this combination, the P-115 can provide a very convincing and dynamic sound, especially when compared to the previous P-105 model.
The resulting sound can be even better, especially when you listen to a pair of high-quality headphones. In addition, there are 14 existing sound instrument options that sound really real. This includes three grand pianos, three bodies, three electric pianos, a vibraphone, a string, a harpsichord and a wooden bass.
There is also a reverberant sound effect that makes the P-115 sound more important and expressive, stimulating the acoustic environment. Reverbs are universal: you can easily choose and customize the concert halls, concert halls, clubs and concert halls on the keyboard.
The Yamaha digital piano is equipped with a Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) keyboard, balanced and fully weighted to give the user a natural keyboard.
This is similar to the case of the Yamaha P-115. It comes with 88 weights that are heavy on the lower end and heavy on the high end. The piano keys are sensitive to touch, allowing them to produce various sound changes associated with the strength of your touch keys.
You can also better adjust the touch level according to your style of play. This preset has four settings: fixed, hard, medium (default) and soft. When you select a fixed setting, you block the sensor sensitivity, and the piano will produce the same volume, no matter how hard or softly you press the button.
Hard settings produce a dynamic range, from the softest to the strongest, and allow the player to be aggressive.
The harder it is to press the keys, the louder the sound, so you need to work hard to press the keys to create the most exciting sound. The average setting (by default) provides the most natural feeling, close to the piano sound perception.
The P-115 is made of plastic and has no black or ivory, such as some high-quality digital pianos Yamaha.
However, the black keys have a matte finish, which prevents slipping fingers in the wet state. The piano is perfect for any novice pianist who needs a piano feel. His sensation is like an acoustic piano and encourages the right fingers.
The Yamaha P-115 has a compact design that is almost the same as the P-45. Without a stand, it is 52.2 inches long, 11.6 inches wide and 6.4 inches high. The piano can easily be put in a small room, because it does not take up too much space.
Even better, you can put it on the desktop to connect to your computer, but it will be more convenient if you have a special bracket to place it (it looks better).
You have to buy a stand, because the Yamaha P-115 did not have anything at the time of purchase. You can purchase the X-bracket, but if you need a better look, choose a Yamaha furniture set for the P-115 model.
In addition to compatibility, the Yamaha P-115 is also very light (26 pounds) for anyone to carry around. It is easy to store when not in use, especially if you have children or pets that can accidentally fall down during a game.
The Yamaha P-115 consists of two speakers with amplifiers of 7W + 7W. The speakers sound great, especially considering their size and the power of the amplifier. The speaker is combined with a tweeter to create rich, low-frequency and bright, crunchy high sounds that create a balanced sound.
These speakers are suitable for home use or for working in front of small congregations. They can be easily updated by connecting the piano to an amplifier or PA system for a more powerful sound.
You can also choose whether to turn off the speakers on the keyboard when you connect them to an amplifier or external speakers.
Polyphonic counting indicates the number of notes that a piano can play at a time. If the digital piano has a high polyphony, it means that the keyboard can provide sound next to the acoustic pianoforte.
In this regard, the P-115 has improved significantly, especially when you compare it with the previous version of the P-105. When the old version had 128 key polyphonies, its number of polyphony was 192 keys.
The piano also adds a musical instrument for selecting sound and rhythm to make the player more comfortable. Because of the high polyphonic countdown, the piano gives a huge deep tone in all the sounds of the keyboard.
The piano has a more reliable resonance resonance damping, so when paying it can provide a more elegant and natural tone. The key for pianoforte is enough to enable any player to create multi-track recordings and to impose several sounds without exhausting memory.
The P-115 has several functions that make it convenient and enjoyable for playing and learning. In a review of the Yamaha P-115, we’ll look at the modes, the music library, the recording and playback functions. The P-115 has three modes: Split, Dual and Duo.
Split mode divides the piano keyboard into two parts, and you can play various instruments in each section. You can also change the split point on the keyboard. Dual mode helps players to add up two instruments and sounds simultaneously on the keyboard.
The duet mode divides the piano into two, each with the same pitch range. Here, the keyboard can be played side by side by two players when playing the same notes.
This model helps to find out where teachers can play side by side with students. Transposition and tuning. Like many digital pianos, the P-115 does not require any adjustment, but you can use the Transpose and Tuning functions to adjust the pitch of the keyboard.
The transpose function allows the user to adjust the keyboard in semitone steps. For example, if you play a song in the F format, you can change the pitch to play it in C major, without learning it in a new key.
You can also adjust the piano tunes by adjusting the pitch. These are excellent futures, which helped the game very much.
Unfortunately, the piano does not have the ability to configure other tuning system standards, such as clean, primary, clean minors.
Recording and playback
The P-115 has a recorder that allows players to record their performances and store them in SMF format. The recorded data can be changed after recording (changing the sound of the instrument, speed and even adding new notes). Although there is no recorder on the piano, you can record any sound and play it on your computer.
The P-115 has a built-in music library consisting of 50 preset songs. You can play songs, practice while playing songs, change speed, pitch, etc. You can also download other songs from the Internet and use USB to download them to the piano and use them as pre-installed songs.
Unfortunately, the piano memory used to record or save downloaded music is limited and allows you to save only one external information, downloaded or recorded.