The CLP-675 represents a new era in digital piano keyboard actions. Introducing the GrandTouch Keyboard action, which features the longest key-to-fulcrum length in any digital piano available. Combine this incredible feel with the tone of two of the finest concert grand pianos ever made – the Yamaha CFX and Bösendorfer Imperial – and you have a stunning instrument that will impress the most discerning and demanding pianists.
Yamaha CFX Sound Sample:
Bösendorfer Imperial Sound Sample:
Yamaha CFX & Bösendorfer Imperial piano samples: Two of the world’s finest grand pianos
Two of the world’s finest concert grand pianos are at your fingertips. The Yamaha CFX is the finest 9-foot concert grand piano, selected and played by the winner of the 2010 International Chopin Piano Competition. The Imperial from Bösendorfer has been held in high esteem by pianists throughout the brand’s long history. These renowned pianos are characterized by their distinctive power, versatility, and subtlety.
Binaural CFX Sampling
Binaural sampling allows for an incredible sound to be heard through headphones. This is a highly sophisticated recording technique, in which a special combination of microphones are used: two microphones are actually installed into the ears of a model of a human head, so that the sound reproduced is from the pianist’s perspective.
GrandTouch Keyboard: Built on a Legacy of Concert Grand Piano Craftsmanship
Grand Piano keyboards are characterized by a light feel when played gently, and a heavier feel when played with more strength. Conversely, a non-grand piano keyboard has a uniform resistance regardless of whether the player uses a gentle or heavy touch. This has traditionally been one of the most significant differences between the touch of a grand piano and that of a digital piano. However, when developing GrandTouch keyboard action, Yamaha sought to reproduce the true key resistance that is unique to the grand piano, with greater fidelity. The result is an instrument with a more responsive touch, offering a greater dynamic range than ever before. Now you can experience a much more controlled, nuanced sound when playing softly, or powerful, brighter tones when playing with a stronger touch — just like that of a grand piano.
Virtual Resonance Modeling (VRM): For a sound that truly resonates with the listener
In a grand piano, strings and sounds resonate throughout the entire body of the instrument to produce a rich reverberation that envelops the listener in sound. Not only are the strings vibrating as you play, but other strings ring as well, in reaction to ones you play. Some keys strike a different number of strings depending on their position on the keyboard; this explains why the sound of an acoustic piano is so complex and rich.
This experience is reproduced perfectly on select Clavinova models through Virtual Resonance Modeling (VRM) which calculates the various states of the strings for each of the 88 notes on the keyboard, from one instant to the next. As a result, the Clavinova sound features a seemingly limitless number of elements in common with an acoustic piano.
Key-off Samples: The art of letting go.
The moment you lift your fingers from the keys of a grand piano, subtle changes occur in the instrument’s tone as the damper is lowered onto the strings to mute the sound. Key-off samples feature actual recordings of these changes, offering a faithful reproduction of the most subtle nuances in the piano’s tone to create a more realistic overall sound.
Bluetooth Audio: Turn your Clavinova into a wireless speaker!
Any Bluetooth-enabled device can connect to your Clavinova wirelessly so that you can listen to your music library through the high-quality speaker system of the piano. You can listen to MP3s from your smart phone, or even hear the sound from streaming videos through the Clavinova’s speaker system. Pairing your device with the Clavinova is quick and easy!
303 lesson songs from popular piano methods: Tried and true technique-building exercises built right in.
Inside the CLP-545 are 303 lesson songs for building piano technique from popular piano methods like Hanon, Bayer, Czerny and Burgmüller. Connect an iPad using the NoteStar app to view the printed score and even turn pages using the pedals. The entire collection of digital sheet music lesson songs is a free download exclusively for CLP-500 series owners. The regular download price of this library is over $60.
Drum Rhythms: Groove along in performance or practice
Use the on-board drum rhythms for practice or performance. There’s a variety of rhythm patterns to choose, from basic rock to shuffle and swing beats. Use the rhythms to add an element of fun to your practicing, or simply use them as a virtual drummer for your performances.
16-track, 250 song recorder: A built-in recording studio
The recording function featured in Clavinova digital pianos allows you to record your performances with a single touch, which is useful when you want to review or archive your playing. You can record up to 16 tracks for simultaneous playback allowing you to create your own songs using different sounds, or record each hand separately. Store up to 250 of your songs internally.
* Recordings are made in MIDI format, and can also be recorded to USB flash memory. Compatible software is required for playback of recorded data on a computer.
1/8″ AUX input: The auxilliary input allows you to combine audio from any source with your reface.
Use the speakers of your instrument to listen to the audio playback of your portable music player, iOS device, mixer, or computer via the 1/8″ AUX input. Simply connect the output of your device to the AUX line input and turn up the volume. You can use this feature to listen to your favorite tracks, or play along with them since your instrument will still function normally at the same time!
Full Dot LCD Display (Size: 128 x 64 dots): User interface with LCD display
The new Full Dot LCD Display (128 x 64) adds luxury and ease of use to this generation of digital pianos. This interface gives the user the feedback they desire when making adjustments or selecting features of the instrument.
Smooth Release: The note release response players expect.
Smooth Release technology offers the crisp tone heard when playing staccato as well as the lingering sound produced by releasing the keys slowly. This provides a finely-nuanced response to the pianist’s playing
1,461 mm (57-1/2″) (Polished finish: 1,466 mm (57-11/16″))
967 mm (38-1/16″) (Polished finish: 970 mm (38-3/16″))
465 mm (18-5/16″) (Polished finish: 465 mm (18-5/16″))
69.0 kg (152 lb, 2 oz) (Polished finish: 71.0 kg (156 lb, 8 oz)]
Power consumption is described on or near the name plate, which is at the bottom of the unit.
Auto Power Off
Owner’s Manual, Warranty*, “50 Classical Music Masterpieces” Music Book, Online Member Product Registration, Bench*, Power cord *May not be included depending on your area. Check with your Yamaha dealer.
Improved From Previous Model: CLP-575
GrandTouch Keyboard (vs. NWX)
Synthetic Ebony & Ivory key tops
36 Voices (vs. 34)
Binaural CFX sampling
Tri-amp Sound System with 210W total power (vs. bi-amp, 160W total)
Step Ups From Lower Model: CLP-645
GrandTouch Keyboard (vs. NWX)
88-key Linear Graded Hammers
GP Response Damper Pedal
Tri-amp Sound System with 210W total power (vs. bi-amp, 100W total)
Tri-amp sound system with 300W total power and Spruce Cone speakers (vs. 210W total)
We will accept digital piano returns up to 30 days after the date of delivery.
The customer will be required to pay for both the original delivery and the return shipping.
Any digital piano not returned in like-new condition (must be fully functional with no scratches, scuffs, or broken pieces, and must include all cables, accessories, and manuals) will be subject to a restocking fee of up to 30%.
Any digital piano that is not fully functional or is damaged during or before delivery will be subject to Yamaha's warranty. For more information on Yamaha's warranty, please visit their site by Clicking Here.