The next development in piano technology after the Silent line is represented by Yamaha TransAcoustic Pianos. The headphone-assisted Silent play, recording features, and app interactivity available on the Silent piano are also available on the TransAcoustic piano. But there is a big difference between the two. So, what is a Yamaha TransAcoustic Piano? In this article, we’ll go over everything you need to know about the Yamaha TransAcoustic.
What’s A TransAcoustic Piano?
TransAcoustic models project their digital sounds via a tone generator using the acoustic soundboard of the piano as a loudspeaker. In comparison, Silent Pianos need headphones to hear the various piano sounds and effects available.
Transducers are utilized in a TransAcoustic rather than speaker units to produce sound. Transducers translate vibrations from audio source impulses into soundboard signals. The piano’s entire body vibrates sympathetically due to the soundboard amplifying the vibrations. This results in a genuinely authentic playing and listening experience because the piano’s soundboard, body, and—most importantly—strings resonate as they would during regular acoustic play.
Watch this video on a demonstration of a Yamaha U1 TransAcoustic piano:
Why TransAcoustic Pianos Are Incredible
Like the TransAcoustic models from Yamaha, Pianos are incredibly adaptable and contemporary. With all the attraction of an acoustic piano, but in a form that you may play regardless of the time of day or the presence of others.
With the use of TransAcoustic technology, the volume may be adjusted without sacrificing the full sound that only an acoustic piano can produce. Adjusting the sound volume, you can listen to real acoustic sounds whenever you like. With headphones, you may fully immerse yourself in the piano’s authentic sound since Yamaha CFX Binaural Sampling produces a crisp, real sound that nearly makes you forget you’re wearing them.
The TransAcoustic allows you to choose from various voices, including two world-renowned concert grand pianos – the CFX and the imperial. Only TransAcoustic pianos produce these voices throughout the instrument, creating an authentic ambiance.
Yamaha TransAcoustic Buying Options
A New Breed of Piano – Yamaha GC1TA
An acoustic piano with volume control or a digital piano with strings? Yamaha’s latest development stretches the imagination and opens up a new world of possibilities.
The touch of the keys, the embodiment of sound, the resonance of strings; TransAcoustic Technology enhances your playing experience with the Yamaha GC1TA.
Digital Piano –Yamaha YUS1TA
Digital was never more natural. An acoustic piano with volume control or a digital piano with strings? Yamaha’s latest development stretches the imagination and opens up a new world of possibilities.
It’s hardly surprising that most musicians choose Yamaha pianos over other pianos, given all that Yamaha has to offer. Choose your dream Yamaha TransAcoustic piano today at Miller Piano Specialists!
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