Yamaha Disklavier Mark IV

By: Hobbyist - Published: Oct 24, 2007 • References: engadget
Yamaha is becoming more technologically advanced, taking music a step further with its Disklavier Mark IV, an easy-to-use, yet advanced music entertainment system.

Its features and functions are packed into a sleek and compact design remote control. Browse your song library with the full-color touch screen (320x240 pixels) and a stylus, or create custom playlists using the built-in QWERTY keypad. Sing along through its built-in speakers by connecting a microphone as it offers performance-enhancing vocal effects including room, stage, hall, and reverb.

It has an Internet Direct Connection (IDC) which allows you to connect to the internet, giving you access to special Disklavier network services, so you can download your favorite music pieces. A Wi-Fi so you can wirelessly control the piano

It also has hard drive for storing all the songs you want it to play and a SmartKey technology to help you learn how to play the piano in a flash. Stats for Wireless Touch-Screen Piano Trending: Older & Average
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