Yamaha P-515 B


Digital Piano

  • 88 Keys NWX (Natural Wood X) Wood keys with escapement and synthetic ivory overlays
  • Bösendorfer Imperial Piano Sound
  • Yamaha CFX Binaural Sampling
  • Smooth release
  • Key-off samples
  • 256-Note polyphony
  • 40 Voices
  • Dual, Duo and Split Voice Mode
  • Reverb
  • Brilliance
  • Chorus
  • Preset Songs: 21 (Voice Demo) 50 (Piano)
  • 16-Track recording (250 songs)
  • Internal flash memory about 1.4 MB
  • Metronome
  • LCD (128x64)
  • Transpose
  • Bluetooth
  • USB to host
  • USB to Device
  • 2 Headphone connections
  • Midi (In / Out)
  • Aux In (Stereo Mini)
  • Aux out (L / L + R, R)
  • 2 x Loudspeakers: 15W + 5W
  • Acoustic Optimiser
  • Intelligent Acoustic Control (IAC)
  • Dimensions: W x D x H: 1336 x 376 x 145 mm
  • Weight: 22 kg
  • Colour: Black polished
  • Includes power supply (PA-300C) and music rest
available since October 2018
Item number 443118
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Number Of Keys 88
Hammer Action Keys Yes
Number of simultaneous Voices 256
Number Of Sounds 520
Effects Yes
Speaker Yes
Headphone Outputs 2
Sequencer Yes
Metronome Yes
Master keyboard function No
Pitch Bend No
Modulation Wheel No
Split Zones 1
Layer Function Yes
MIDI interface 1x In, 1x Out
Color Black
Finish Matt
Number of keys 88
Wooden Keys 1
Wooden Keyboard 1
Ivory Feel Keyboard 1
Pressure point simulation 1
Polyphony 256
Sounds 520
Number of Sounds 520
Arranger 1
Styles 40
Display 1
Weight 22,0 kg
Bluetooth Audio 1
Half pedal possible 1
Included Accessories Music Stand, FC4 Sustain Pedal
"Half-pedal" option 1
Audio out 1
Audio input 1
Midi Interface IN / OUT
USB to Host 1
USB to Device 1
Speaker power 2x 15W
Speaker Power 2x 15 W
Size 1336 x 376 x 145
Dimensions 1336 x 376 x 145
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I love it!
AntDublin 10.11.2020
I am an adult beginner so wouldn't know much about other models to compare. However, I settled in with this machine and it feels and sounds great to me. I am nearly finished the first Alfred's book and look forward to many happy years from there. A comfortable stool helps a lot as well. I am just interested in the piano sounds so am not after an instrument that can play every sound in the book. Nice and simple. The Bluetooth for connecting audio helps a lot, especially if you use an app with an iPad or smart phone. It looks great with the companion stand at either side. I didn't go for the metal X style stand as those seem to restrict where you can place your feet.


Great for home practicing...
Rado223 09.03.2019
I use this piano mainly for home practicing and small gigs in restaurant and hotels, where the sound of its own speakers is enough loud.
What I most appreciate, is a bluetooth connectivity, wich let me practice and play along the track simply using my cell phone,or tablet.

The two main sounds CFX and Bösendorfer are great, but through the built in speakers they sound bit boxy. The keyboard feels good,but for my taste the dive is bit too deep, so after hours of practicing my hands feel tired.

The Controls of piano are very basic, I recommend to use an App (Yamaha Smart pianist) if you want to play with settings, the built in display is way too small.

Built quality is good, and the weight is reasonable considering the wooden hammer action keyboard and built in speakers.

Pros: Great hammer action and dynamic range
Bluetooth connectivity and built in speakers
Editing sounds and settings with App (Yamaha Smart Pianist)

Cons : Little bit boxy sound of piano through its own speakers.
Very basic controls and small display
The included sustain pedal is not graduated


It is really great
zaidolbap 12.10.2020
This ePiano is awesome! I like the sound and the sensitivity. It's perfect for learning. The only thing I miss is a better connectivity through Bluetooth, not only as an audio player but also to connect to the table/laptop and use some audio software directly. A dongle is needed for wifi connection and a usb cable (not the normal one though) to connect to the computer.


Value for money
Lux_1 03.09.2019
Generally, it's good.
I'm using it to teach my students (kids and adults).
Pros. It's a good solid instrument with some rhythm. I would recommend it for students or home use.
Maybe it's just me, but I found that the sound of the piano is weak and not as deep as other Yamaha's pianos. It can be reached by using dual-mode blending with another tone of the piano and adding reverb to it.
The fact of having wooden keys more irritates than makes it better. Kids are complaining that the corners of the keys are too sharp, it hurts their fingers. Though for adults it's not a problem at all.
Would be nice if USB could have common functionality of recharging devices as well.


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