Yamaha Clavinova CLP 600 Series
The Yamaha Clavinova CLP 600 Series has finally been released after the much heralded arrival of the CVP 700 series last year. Clavinova has been an institution in home digital piano’s since their inception and these new models pave the way for the future of Clavinova in households across the world. Focussing on simplicity and functionality, the CLP range offers players the experience of a grand piano for a price that any household can afford.
The graded hammer action keyboards with new synthetic ebony and ivory key-tops and modernised sound engines push the CLP range further into the future. The cabinets have been totally re-designed to make them more modern looking and ergonomic for households. The CLP 600 series also features the famous Yamaha CFX grand and Bösendorfer concert grand voices on all models.
Some other improvements include the brand new GrandTouch action on the 675 and 685 models, in built Bluetooth connectivity on the CLP645 upwards, improved Virtual Resonance Modelling (VRM) on all models from CLP635 upwards and spruce cone speaker system(as featured on the CVP 709 model) on the CLP685. The new Piano Room feature allows you to customize your piano settings and Binaural sampling of the CFX is available across the range for the ultimate headphone playing experience.
These instruments truly compliment everything that Yamaha does as a company which obviously includes constructing the highest quality grand pianos for concert halls around the world. They also come with a 3 year warranty in Australia not that you really need it- we’ve never had a Clavinova break down in over 20 years of selling them.
Models will be arriving in store next week and we have attached a handy comparison chart below for your perusal.
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected] or on (02) 4367 8500.
CLAVINOVA CLP600 SPEC COMPARISON CHART
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