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Promoted 07-04-2016 by johnny_miller at 08:50 PM View Original Post
Adorama has Yamaha DGX-660 88 Keys Portable Grand Digital Piano for $649.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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Our research indicates that the Yamaha DGX-660 88 Keys Portable Grand Digital Piano is $150 lower (19% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $800.

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Nice!
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come on Yamaha...Casio starts with $100, why do you rip off SO MUCH???...lol
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come on Yamaha...Casio starts with $100, why do you rip off SO MUCH???...lol
First Act is only $25 at TRU! EEK!Stick Out Tongue
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come on Yamaha...Casio starts with $100, why do you rip off SO MUCH???...lol
buy the casio thenWink
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come on Yamaha...Casio starts with $100, why do you rip off SO MUCH???...lol
laugh out loud I wouldn't say it's a rip off.
Very funny. But you're comparing a VW with a BMW.
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come on Yamaha...Casio starts with $100, why do you rip off SO MUCH???...lol
I have the Yamaha P-45 and a $100 Casio and they are not the same. Casio keys are simple plastic with no "feel". The P-45 keys feel and react to impact/pressure more like the real thing. It's night and day - hence the price difference.
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Man, whatever happened to a MIDI out? Frown
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Man, whatever happened to a MIDI out? Frown
I agree.. this thing has it all.. except that :/
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come on Yamaha...Casio starts with $100, why do you rip off SO MUCH???...lol
Here's a $120 Yamaha: http://www.adorama.com/yapsre253.html

It's going to sound and play like shit (in comparison), just like the $100 Casio.
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I bought the DGX-650 last year, which is almost identical to the DGX-660. Overall I'm happy happy with the purchase. It sounds and plays great.

I find a lot of the features on the DGX-650 to be pretty worthless though. All of the auto-accompaniment features and instruments (other than 2 or 3 of the pianos) sound really cheesy to me.

If I could do it again, I would probably go with a P-115, and buy the optional stand and pedal unit separately:

P-115 [adorama.com] - $479

L-85 Stand [adorama.com]- $100

LP-5A Pedal Unit [adorama.com]- $75

This comes out to about $650 (same as the the DGX-660 deal above). For that price you get a smaller and more portable setup + the optional pedal unit (which doesn't come with the DGX-660), without any of the (IMO) unnecessary features and complexity of the DGX-660.
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Last edited by poundfoolish July 5, 2016 at 04:43 PM
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I have owned this keyboard for about 1 year. I purchased it for my son to start learning piano. I needed something that not only sounded good but resembled the weight and feel of a piano. He practiced for 6 months on this without ever playing on an actual acoustic piano. When his recital came around he stepped up to a grand piano and started playing it like he has always played a piano. If you are looking for a digital piano this is the highest praise I can give it. If you are looking for a keyboard then it's up to the feature set and interface that you like. I personally am very happy with my purchase but I highly recommend getting the 3 pedal board along with it.
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Kraft music also has a p-115 bundle that comes with the following:

P-115 Black Digital Piano
Sustain Pedal (Box-Type)
Music Rest
Power Supply
X-Frame Stand
X-Frame Bench
Headphones
Piano Style Pedal
Dust Cover
Lesson Book

http://www.kraftmusic.com/yamaha-...s-pak.html
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