((Comparison)) Selected YAMAHA CLP-645 Digital Piano Latest Hong Kong Price in 2021

YAMAHA CLP600 series digital pianos replace the original CLP500 series,

The newly released YAMAHA CLP-600 series includes the following models:

Yamaha CLP-625; Yamaha CLP-635; Yamaha CLP-645; 

Yamaha CLP-675; Yamaha CLP-685

Replace the old CLP-500 series models:

Yamaha CLP-525; Yamaha CLP-535; Yamaha CLP-545

Yamaha CLP-575; Yamaha CLP-585

The following is the audition film of Grand Piano Tone:

Grand Piano Tone's audition film (2):

Yamaha Clavinova 600 series, the main selling point is that its CFX grand piano sound generator, CLP-625 or above models, are already equipped with this technology.

Celebrities' sharing of the latest YAMAHA CLP-600 series:

David Kaplan talks about Yamaha CLP-685 digital piano

Stephen Pierce talks about the Yamaha CLP-645 digital piano:

Akira Imai talks about Yamaha CLP-635 digital piano:

Yurie Miura 's opinion on YAMAHA CLP-625 digital piano:

The improvements of the Yamaha CLP 600 series this time are mainly in terms of keyboard and sound source . The following is a comparison of each model:

Yamaha CLP 625 Digital Piano


Keyboard: GH3 (Graded Hammer 3) from CLP-525 ,

Improved to GH3X (Graded Hammer 3X) keyboard

The dynamic induction of the keyboard is more detailed, imitating the feel of a real piano.

Audio source: CFIIIS audio source from CLP-525,

Improved to the flagship CFX sound source, it was only used in the CP series in the past.

Yamaha CLP 635 Digital Piano


CLP635 is basically the same as the previous model, mainly this time adding the Auto Power Off function.

Yamaha CLP 645 digital piano


NWX (Natural Wood X) keyboard is also used on the CLP645 keyboard,

But on the sound source, Yamaha CFX Binaural Sampling ’s binaural sampling technology was added,

Make the piano sound more three-dimensional than the previous generation.

Yamaha CLP 675 digital piano


The binaural sampling technology of Yamaha CFX Binaural Sampling is also added.


Yamaha CLP 685 digital piano


Compared with the previous generation, besides adding Yamaha CFX Binaural Sampling 's binaural sampling technology,

The W number on the speaker has also increased.

From the original (30W + 30W + 30W) x 2 to a (50 W + 50 W + 50 W) x 2 speaker,

The sound output is greatly improved by 60% , the piano sound is more real, and the bass is more stable.

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