“Innovation with soul” – The AvantGrand… Created to Resonate with You Combining over one hundred years of superb piano craftsmanship with the latest advanced technologies.
A new identity for the piano, born from the fusion of twenty-first century technology and more than a century of piano-crafting experience. The blissful moment when you and the piano resonate as one… is here.
With a design embodying the latest in technology, Yamaha signals a new direction for the piano.
This, our flagship model, is the ultimate expression of “Innovation with soul.” A keyboard and pedals indistinguishable from those of a grand piano. Stunningly authentic tactile response. Speakers with the authority and presence to deliver flawless sound…
The AvantGrand weaves advanced technology into an extraordinary design that gives form to Yamaha’s aspirations for the future.
The Yamaha Silent Piano
Silent PianosTM combine the best of Acoustic and Digital Pianos.
Yamaha’s prime goal is to ensure that we provide a beautiful acoustic piano, built with the knowledge and skills of over 100 years of Yamaha piano history.
Then they add their market leading Silent PianoTM technology to enable the piano to be played silently using headphones.
When the silent function is activated, the hammers will no longer hit the strings and instead, a highly sophisticated sensor-technology captures all movements of the keys and sends them to the digital tone module. Play a real acoustic piano with headphones at any time, day or night without being disturbed or disturbing others. The Yamaha Silent System is unsurpassed, allowing 24-hour practice as well as possessing many other features including a range of pre-installed sounds, being able to record your own performances or connecting mobile devices to use the latest Apps.
Yamaha, the world’s leading provider of sound muting technology offers two new Silent Piano systems, each with different levels of operation and quality of sound available when in silent mode.
“The SH silent system provides a truly unbelievable quality of piano sound. It’s that good you may even find yourself removing the headphones just to make sure you’re in “silent” mode!”