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Yamaha P71 vs P45: Which One Is The Best For Beginners?

Yamaha P71 vs P45: Which One Is The Best For Beginners?

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) So, you know how music is nothing short of magic. How music transcends into our very existence and transforms it for the better. And you've decided to make keys your best friends forever? Well, it is only justified of you to be in some kind of dilemma about which digital piano to go for.  

The battle between Yamaha P71 and P45 has forever been very eminent among the beginners. They are usually confused about which one is basically the best buy. Why? They are almost identical and perfect for newbies. Don't you worry fellow musicians, we're just going to make this easier for you. A little research never hurt anyone, now did it?

Yamaha P Series
Yamaha has come as a blessing in disguise with their incredible P Series for digital pianos. These high quality digital pianos come with dynamic features and natural touch response. Their sleek body cone with power backed in-built stereo system. Could you really ask for more? No doubt, they are some of the most popular digital pianos in the music circuit all across the globe.

Now P45 and P71 have been reigning the market for a while now. These two are suitable for new learners and go a long way. P45 comes with a superior quality 88-key keyboard and is regarded as one of the best entry-level digital pianos. The Graded Hammer Standard keyboard give the very feels of an acoustic piano. Taking things, a little grand, are we?
It even has a tiny footprint to ease portability and storage.

Have you been thinking whether P71 is a good choice? Fortunately, Experts from Piano Nadu have written an in-depth Yamaha P71 review which will help you in taking a decision.

Moving on, another competitor in the same field, P71 is another dynamic digital piano in the P series of Yamaha. Almost identical to P45 this one comes with some added features that we'll be talking about. Also, if you didn't know, it is an Amazon exclusive digital piano.
Let's dive a little deeper, shall we?

Design
Well, both P71 and P45 are almost identical in design with their super sleek body. If you're into minimalism, these two are just what you're looking for. The compact design with a weight of 25 pounds makes these two an easy choice for beginners. No doubt, it makes it easier to carry it around. You are going gigging? You know you can take either of them.

Also, their stands come in two different style. X-style and furniture style. While X-style makes them portable, furniture style adds a hint of elegance if they are kept in your room.

Sound Quality
Yamaha P71 and P45 have a similar sound system. The medium sound level works perfectly while it gets a little uncomfortable at higher levels.

If you plan on a public performance or something, external speakers would be required that can attached to these digital pianos. Both of them work on the foundations of an Advance Wave Memory sound engine. Hence, the deep, rich voice. The two pianos produce very natural sound which is aided by L-R form of AVM.

Features
Yamaha P71 and P45 both have a Graded Hammer Standard weighted action which gives the feels of an acoustic piano. The 88 key keyboard is weighted more at lower end as compared to the higher. However, the touch feels authentic.
Furthermore, if that wasn't enough, the duo mode allows two users to play on the keyboard simultaneously. Incredible, right?

Connectivity
These entry-level pianos are loaded with connecting features. The connection ports reside at the rear end of these pianos.
Also, USB - to - host ports are in - built in these pianos which makes it easier to connect them to phones, laptops, etc. Furthermore, these pianos are compatible with various android and iOS applications. Win-win, right?

Cost
Alright, let's address the elephant in the room, shall we? Yamaha P71 takes the trophy here. Why? Well, Yamaha P71 is cheaper than P45. Easily affordable with just as many features and qualities, the battle is won by P71.
Also, Yamaha P71 is exclusively available on Amazon, while you can easily get Yamaha P45 at a store or online.

Summing it up!
Still confused? Let us tell you point blank how wonderful Yamaha P71 will be or you. P45 and P71 sure both super amazing with their GHS weighted action, rich and deep sound quality, and an effortlessly portable nature with their sleek and modern design. But here's the catch. P71 is slightly cheaper than P45 and who wouldn't want to save some money and get something just as wonderful!

You know what to get for the little musician in you now. Don't you?






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