Yamaha Disklavier ENSPIRE™ is the seventh generation of Disklavier pianos. Replacing the popular E3 series, Disklavier ENSPIRE is designed as a high-resolution reproducing piano system with a new streamlined design eliminating the control box of previous generations, while an intuitive app enables it to be controlled by Apple® iOS and Android™ devices, as well as PCs and Macs.
The controller app provides access to over 500 built-in songs and over 6,000 performances that can be downloaded directly to the instrument from the Yamaha MusicSoft online store. Streaming radio and video services enable access to a variety of performances that have included the Monterey Jazz Festival, the Newport Music Festival, and a special Elton John concert. These performances can be experienced “live” or on-demand on the Disklavier ENSPIRE, all in the comfort of the home.
The instrument also possesses, Yamaha’s AccuPlay technology, an integrated DSP servo drive system that monitors key, hammer, pedal and solenoid movement during playback and automatically adjusts in real-time to ensure accurate performance reproduction. This means that the Disklavier ENSPIRE can recreate nuances of a performance – from the softest pianissimo passages right through to fortissimos. It also includes WPS Wi-Fi adapter adds easy wireless connectivity to the controller app directly or through a wireless network, USB audio recording function, and a self-calibrating record and playback system.
Yamaha Disklavier ENSPIRE is available in 14 models, 48” uprights and grand pianos ranging from 5’0” (DGB1K) to the flagship 9’ Concert Grand (DCFX).
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