The touch of the Clavinova CLP440 keyboard has been praised by pianists, the secret behind this superior feel and response is the same hammering system and spring-less mechanism as found in grand pianos. Synthetic ivory keytops feature a soft, slightly porous surface that gives keys added grip and natural friction for improved ease in playing. The keyboard action of an acoustic grand piano is composed of black and white keys, graded hammers, and numerous other components working in harmony when each note is pressed. The new CN Series’ class-leading Responsive Hammer III keyboard action recreates the supreme touch of an acoustic grand piano, with its realistic movement and rigid, springless design providing a smooth and natural piano playing experience.
The weight of the keyboard is appropriately graded to mirror the heavier bass hammers and lighter treble hammers of an acoustic piano, while let-off simulation recreates the subtle ‘notch’ sensation felt when softly playing the keys of a grand piano.
The Kawai EX concert grand piano is widely regarded by professional pianists and piano technicians as one of the finest instruments within its class. Reinforcing the CN Series’ reputation as the most realistic digital pianos in their price range is Kawai’s Grand Feel Pedal System. The new CN Series models feature song recorder capabilities that both enhance one’s playing enjoyment and can also assist piano study.
This system integrates sound, touch and pedals into a perfectly integrated sensation of playing a real grand piano. The Clavinova Graded Hammer 3 Keyboard faithfully reproduces the keyboard touch of an acoustic piano from the heavy feel in the lower range to the light feel in the higher range.
One function lets you record your playing and on playback you can select which hand you would like to hear, left, right or both, which is a great way to evaluate your performances.

The instruments’ triple-sensor key detection system enhances responsiveness and accuracy, while structural reinforcements throughout the action assembly help to minimise noise and key wobble during staccato and fortissimo passages. These important characteristics allow discerning pianists to practise their expanding repertoire with confidence, and ensure that there are no unpleasant surprises when called upon to perform using the finest acoustic grand pianos.
Hand-built by Master Piano Artisans at the Shigeru Kawai Piano Research Laboratory in Ryuyo, Japan, each EX instrument undergoes a meticulous regulation and refinement process within a specially designed anechoic chamber. This new development accurately replicates the individual weighting of the damper, soft, and sostenuto pedals of a Kawai EX Concert grand piano to further enhance acoustic piano authenticity. The CN25’s useful recorder allows up to three songs to be stored in internal memory and played back at the touch of a button, serving as a convenient self-assessment tool for players of all skill levels.
In fact, the grand piano voices of the Clavinova CLP440 were obtained by recording the sounds of an actual Yamaha concert grand piano.
Yamaha has a unique three-sensor system, which accurately senses and interprets the behavior of the keyboard, just like a grand piano. The Yamaha Clavinova CLP440 strives for as realistic an approach to pianos as is possible in a digital upright. Translating the piano action’s intricate movements to a digital instrument, while retaining these acoustic-like subtleties is a stunning achievement, and draws upon over 85 years of experience in crafting the world’s finest pianos.
Following this lengthy crafting period, the completed EX concert grand piano receives a final series of rigorous quality inspections, before eventually taking centre stage in the world’s most prestigious musical institutions and concert halls. Once recorded you can take your recording to a computer for playback, or even load them on portable music devices.

The CLP Clavinovas are a slimline model that will fit in almost any room of your house, the high-luster Mahogany piano finish is sure to complement the decor of any room. You can hook your Clavinova CLP440 directly to a computer, via a USB cable, and store performance data to transfer between other Clavinovas. The finish coating is the same type used on grand pianos which is resistant to scratches as well as excessive temperatures and humidity. Along with the piano voices you also have access to a wide selection of musical instrument voices, including electric piano, harpsichord, guitar and strings, which you will find many opportunities to use.
The Yamaha Clavinova CLP440 is a full-featured piano, and in fact has many new, unique advances. Standing at 109cm high, this polished mahogany JU109 has the compactness to fit into a smaller space and also has a central celeste "practice" pedal that makes easy to play or practice at a lower volume - a bonus for families and in homes where the piano may share a common living area. The JU109 features three pedals, a soft pedal on the left, the central celeste "practice" pedal and a sustain pedal to the right.Simply put the JU109 has a lot to offer the student and beginner to intermediate player and at a price point that can’t be beaten in the Yamaha range.
The JU109 is available in a choice of three finishes, and all of them are available from us here at the Sound Centre. Be it a piano, guitar, keyboard, wind instrument or sound equipment, come see us at Sound Centre for the best in everything Yamaha!

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