What Makes the Yamaha Silent Piano Revolutionary?

Jan Crowell January 11, 2014 1 Min Read

Yamaha’s Silent Piano has been on the market for several years now and is enjoying a resurgent interest from those consumers who want to experience playing a real acoustic piano-quietly-with headphones.  You read that correctly–thanks to the technology that keeps Yamaha number one in the industry for design and product development, you can now play your piano any time-day or night-whenever you like.
Students- adults or children- who a bit shy about playing around others or don’t want to interrupt a television program or want to play long after others have retired for the night, can now practice silently.  With the touch of a pedal, you can actually “turn off” the piano and hear it play back through headphones without disturbing others.  This sophisticated piano, when silenced, uses highly complex optical sensors that pick up player information like key movement and coverts it to digital data via a tone generator.  The digitally sampled acoustic sound is then transferred back through the headphones so that you can enjoy your performance quietly
You can also record, choose from a selection of pre-installed sounds (strings, harpsichord, etc.) or use your mobile device to connect to the latest Apps including many free Yamaha applications that you can enjoy!For players who want the best of both worlds, the Yamaha Silent Piano is both acoustic and digital–revolutionary really.  This feature is available on both Yamaha grand and vertical pianos here at Miller Piano.  If you would like more information or would like to experience first hand this exciting concept, visit or contact your Miller Piano Specialist as soon as possible.

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