Yamaha YDP-145 R Arius


Digital Piano

  • 88 Weighted keys with hammer action (Graded Hammer, GHS)
  • 10 Sounds (incl. high-end sound from the Yamaha CFX grand piano)
  • 192-Voice polyphonic
  • Effects (reverb: 4 types, Stereophonic Optimizer, Intelligent Acoustic Control)
  • Midi recording (2 tracks)
  • Functions: dual, duo mode, metronome, transpose (-6 - +6), tuning (414.8 - 466.8 kHz)
  • Pedal unit: sustain (half pedal), sostenuto, soft
  • USB to host connection
  • 2 Headphone outputs: 6.3 mm stereo jack
  • Speaker: 2x 8 W
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1357 x 422 x 815 mm (height incl. sheet music holder - 969 mm)
  • Weight: 38 kg
  • Colour: Rosewood
  • Incl. power supply unit (PA-150) and music book "50 Classical Music Masterpieces"
available since March 2022
Item number 536785
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Colour Rosewood
Finish matt
Number of keys 88
Wooden Keyboard No
Ivory Feel Keyboard No
Pressure point simulation No
Keyboard cover Yes
Number of Sounds 10
Polyphony 192
Accompaniment No
Styles 0
Display No
Sequencer Yes
Learning function No
Bluetooth Audio No
Bluetooth Midi No
Half pedal possible Yes
Audio out No
Audio input No
Midi Interface VIA USB
USB to Host Yes
USB to Device No
Color Rosewood
Sounds 10
Weight 38,0 kg
"Half-pedal" option 1
Speaker power 2x 8W
Speaker Power 2x 8 W
Size 1357 x 815 x 422 mm
Dimensions 1357 x 815 x 422
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Superb Digital Piano for Beginners
Julia26 18.07.2022
The piano is easy to assemble (with a second person to assist you).
It looks beautiful and really classy, and you can start playing straight away; the set-up is really simple. The pedals are sturdy and the sound is very nice for a digital piano in this price range. I'm only just starting out but I'm sure it'll serve me well for years to come!

Only downside: The keys feel a little "plastic-ey"... I don't know how to describe this better... They are weighted, which of course is good, but they don't feel quite as nice and textured as those of an acoustic piano (or more expensive digital pianos, I suppose).