If you’re looking for the entry level Yamaha Arius series of digital pianos, the see the Yamaha YDP 141.
This digital piano is the lower priced and lighter of the YDP 141, 161 and 181.
What about it’s sound performance as an Arius digital piano?
Here’s a Yamaha YDP 141 Review by video versus a Roland, note the Yamaha 141 comes second in order:
The digital piano is designed like an upright where you have the 3 pedals, soft, sustenuto and sustain pedals.
There are headphone jacks if you need to practice in private or quietly.
There is the sliding cover as there is with the 161 and 181 to protect the keyboard from dust and grease over time.
The Yamaha YDP 141 features:
Same size in terms of width, depth and height as the 161.
Lighter in weight 37kg instead of 42kg.
Has 3 pedals: Damper, Sostenuto, Soft
Has adjustable keyboard touch sensitivity: Hard/Medium/Soft/Fixed
Graded Hammer Standard keyboard
AWM Dynamic Stereo Sampling, 3 levels per sample
64 max polyphony vs the 128 with the YDP 161
4 types of reverb
845KB internal memory, same as 161
Has 2 headphone jacks, MIDI in/out, however no USB to device jack as in the YDP 181
Remember, listen to the sound, and here’s another review and demo of Yamaha YDP 141:
Want the entry level Yamaha Arius series of digital pianos, that mainly focuseson the piano sound? Then see the Yamaha YDP 141 Digital Piano.