YAMAHA U1 TA2
Width: 153 cm
Depth: 61 cm
YAMAHA U1 TA2
YAMAHA – piano construction for over 100 years!
The right decision right from the start: Choosing the first piano is certainly not an easy decision. Without the advice of an expert, you sometimes don’t know what to look for. What is indispensable? Who can you trust when making decisions?
For over a century, YAMAHA has been building pianos whose reliability, sound quality and tuning stability have been praised by experts time and again. Celebrated concert pianists consciously choose one of our grand pianos, while music colleges and academies have been relying on the tonal possibilities and robustness of our pianos for decades.
YAMAHA’s piano builders pay attention to every detail (almost all components – from the cast frame to the keys – are manufactured in-house). The pianos and grand pianos offer unsurpassed manufacturing quality.
Enhanced scale: Thanks to improvements in all elements of sound generation, the current U Series has a fuller tone with a balanced timbre across the entire keyboard.
With its outstanding musical performance, YAMAHA’s U1 is a long-running hit among demanding pianists, setting the standards by which many other pianos must be measured.
This instrument is equipped with the YAMAHA TransAcoustic™ system:
For pianists who want a piano that is a true musical partner, or for parents who want to give their children a life full of music, Yamaha offers a versatile, modern version of this traditional instrument. With the unique feel of an acoustic piano and the freedom to play at any time of the day or night without disturbing others, this instrument becomes an integral part of your musical life.
TransAcoustic™ Piano – With this Yamaha innovation, you can experience the acoustic piano in a whole new way. Enjoy the authentic reverberation and unique resonances of an acoustic piano combined with the ability to adjust the volume of the instrument.
The TransAcoustic™ technology makes it possible to adjust the volume without losing the incomparable sound of an acoustic piano. Experience at any time the authentic acoustic sound with perfectly adjusted volume according to time of day, environment and the preferences of the pianist and his fellow human beings.
Immerse yourself in natural sound
The Yamaha CFX Binaural Sampling produces a natural, room-filling sound that lets you forget you’re wearing headphones. Combined with VRM (Virtual Resonance Modeling) for authentic reproduction of the unparalleled resonance of an acoustic piano, this technology allows you to immerse yourself completely in the natural sound of a piano – without being disturbed by the outside world.
Play audio files on your piano – a whole new experience!
Experience your audio files with the natural, rich sound that only a piano’s soundboard can produce. Play along with your audio files or just listen when your entire piano becomes a speaker. In any case, this new technology will find a place in your life.
The rich sound of different sounds comes from the entire piano.
Choose from the sounds of a variety of instruments. Among them are two legendary concert grand pianos – Yamaha CFX and Bösendorfer Imperial – as well as electric pianos, harpsichords, organs and many more. Only with TransAcoustic™ pianos can these instruments sound from the entire piano and thus create an absolutely authentic acoustic sound experience.
With the Smart Pianist App you can select the different tones directly from your Smart Device.
The UD-WL01 USB W-LAN Adapter (sold separately) is required to create a wireless connection between the Smart Pianist App and the piano.
The focus is on how the piano works: sound and resonance.
When a key is struck, the hammer hits the strings and they begin to vibrate. The original sound is soft, but the soundboard amplifies it – with the entire body of the piano as the soundbox. The result is the unmistakable, rich sound of an acoustic piano. The TransAcoustic™ technology uses this mode of operation where the soundboard transmits the sound without really striking the strings.
Acoustic sound from digital sources
The TransAcoustic™ technology does not use speakers to reproduce the sound. Instead, sound converters are used. The transducers convert audio signals into vibrations, which are then transmitted to the soundboard. The soundboard amplifies the vibrations and the entire piano begins to vibrate in unison. Since the contact area between the transducer and the soundboard is very small, the vibration of the soundboard is not affected. Digital audio sources also go through this process. This allows you to experience the rich sound of an acoustic piano while listening to it.
All prices include the 19% value-added tax. Our Luxembourg customers pay only 17% value-added tax (TVA), except on some used instruments.
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