Yamaha 76-Key Digital Piano (NPV80) - Black

  • Model #: NPV80
  • Web Code: 10152783
$549.95
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Overview

The Yamaha Piaggero NP-V80 provides great portability and style while also delivering Yamaha's legendary piano touch and tone. Whether you're taking up piano for the first time or recapturing your musical passion, the Piaggero offers easy-going piano fun with 76 Soft Touch keys, 500 instrument voices, and a slim design.

More Information

  • 76 keys (Graded Soft Touch keyboard with touch response)
  • 165 accompaniment styles
  • 500 high quality instrument voices
  • 32 note polyphony
  • Lightweight and portable at under 16 lbs.
  • Slim design with black finish and walnut finish side panels
  • 30 preset songs
  • 6-track sequencer for recording up to 5 user songs
  • On-board lesson features
  • Pitch wheel controller
  • USB to Host (for MIDI)
  • USB to Device (for data storage)

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Parts - 1 Year(s)
  • Labour - 1 Year(s)

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  • Keyboard Features
  • Firewire Connection
    No
  • Headphone Jack
    Yes
  • LCD Display
    Yes
  • Midi Connection
    Yes
  • Number of Accompaniment Voices
    165
  • Number of Instrument Voices
    500
  • Number of Keys
    76
  • Number of Other Sound Effects
    32 Note Polyphony
  • On-Board Tutor
    Yes
  • Power - Battery Type
    6 x AA
  • Speaker Output
    2 x 6 Watts
  • USB Connection
    Yes
  • Product Features
  • Width
    36.9 cm
  • Height
    20.7 cm
  • Depth
    127.3 cm
  • Weight
    6.4 kg
  • Power - AC Adapter Included
    Yes
  • Power - Batteries Included
    No
  • Pedal Included
    No
  • Stand Included
    No
  • Warranty Labour
    1 Year(s)
  • Warranty Parts
    1 Year(s)


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  • from Richmond Hill, ON
2.0

Good but too pricey

Nice keyboard, not top of the line. A little to pricey for what it is. Wishing a new model comes out soon. A little more upgraded and hopefully a better price range. a good starter keyboard.


  • from Welland, ON
5.0

Grab It Now - Being Discontinued

I wrote a review 2 years ago, when I bought 2 of these for my school bands. They are both still working perfectly, although I had to replace one power cable. I recently heard that this keyboard was being discontinued, so I just bought another one to keep as a back up for when one of our keyboards "dies". The students who use them and I still highly recommend this keyboard.


  • from Welland, ON
5.0

The Best 76 Keyboard at This Price

I'm not a fan of today's disposable electronics. Keyboards are made more like disposable electronic gadgets and less like instruments to last. Adding to this problem is how quickly models are dropped and changed and replaced with newer models. So we are forced to buy new because repairs are too costly and replacement parts are unavailable. The upside to all this is that companies are constantly experimenting with ways to to give us more bang for our buck, and that occasionally you can find a really worthwhile product at a great price. But you'd better grab it quickly before it's discontinued. The Yamaha NVP80 is such a product. 76 piano style (rather than synth style) keys in a slim body that weights next to nothing and with built in speakers. I bought 2 of these for our school music room and the students really like these better than the previous generation of synths they are replacing (which are about 7 years old). We needed portable keyboards for the bands and 88-keys was too large to transport and 61 or 49 keys simply doesn't have enough pitch range for most band keyboard parts. The problem was finding a good 76 key instrument with the same decent sounds and features we had in the previous Yamaha models that we'd come to rely on. This cost of this keyboard is cheaper than what we paid for the previous generation. The keys do feel much better and many of the sounds have been improved. However, there are some compromises too: there are fewer sounds, the smaller body doesn't leave room for the buttons to directly access drum beats, transpose, styles, etc. so there's a new learning curve here, and the buttons and especially the power cable and foot pedal are very cheaply made. For those who need a slightly simpler and cheaper keyboard [...], there is also the Yamaha NPV60 which looks identical but has fewer sounds and less features... although not much less. We needed the extra sounds. It took me a long time to find the NPV80 as the current trend by Roland and Yamaha is to focus on 88 key stage pianos (lacking all the other sounds) and 76 key synth stations (too many features adn sounds, good for computer recording, etc.) at a higher price point, and almost eliminating 76 key units with many sounds and beats, and then offering a lot of cheaper and smaller electronic keyboards. I looked at other manufacturers as well and this came closest to meeting our needs without having to go into the 88-key products at twice the price (in order to get the sounds and features we needed). I'm glad I found the NPV80. It's a great value for the price, in terms of sounds and features and I may buy 1-2 more as backups for when one of the units start to go. The reason we had to replace our older Yamaha keyboards is that they started to need repairs when LED display stopped working or other bugs occurred. The students can be very rough with the gear and they did last a good number of years. The newer stuff including the NPV80 does not seem extremely sturdy, so only time will tell how long this lasts us. I know for a fact that if you buy it, treat it gently and as intended and take care of it, it can last a LONG time.


  • from Edmonton
5.0

Best portable piano so far!

I recommend this for both amateur and pro musicians. Search arisabarintos on youtube and you will see the power of yamaha NPV80.


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