Yamaha DGX-660 - Reviews, Prices, Specs and Alternatives

Yamaha DGX-660

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Q: Are the keys on the DGX-660 a bit noisy, especially the higher register?
Q: What pianos compare to the Dgx 660 ?
A: You want to look Casio Privia.
Q: Which keyboard feels more like a real piano...the Casio PX 760 or he Yamaha DGX 660
A: Casio PX 760
Q: Whats the next level above Yamaha DGX-660 for excellent touch amateur digital piano?
Q: What is the difference between the Yamaha DGX-660 and the DGX-660B?
A: The B denotes the color of the product, in this case black. DGX 660 is the product line and it also comes in White.

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Yamaha designers seem to know how to make learning, playing, and sharing music fun for everyone. The Yamaha DGX-660 is the latest ensemble digital piano featuring a variety of interactive characterist... Read full review
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Details
  • The Pure CF Sound Engine faithfully reproduces the tone of a meticulously sampled and highly acclaimed Yamaha concert grand piano
  • GHS weighted action is heavier in the low register and lighter in the high, just like an acoustic piano
  • Score Display puts music notation of MIDI songs on the screen, helping you play your favorites by following the bouncing ball
  • The Piano Room lets you choose from a variety of pianos and acoustic settings to create your own personal piano environment
  • The 6-track recorder allows you to capture your performances and song ideas, then add additional layers to spice-up your pieces
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Weight

83 lbs
 
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  • 83 lbs
  • 83 lbs - Piano and Stand, White
Dimensions
4.9 x 1.8 x 1.1 ft
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  • 4.9 x 1.8 x 1.1 ft
  • 4.9 x 1.8 x 1.1 ft - Piano and Stand, White
Brand
Yamaha
Warranty
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Key features
  • Pure CF Sampling
  • 88-note weighted GHS Keyboard
  • USB Audio Recording/Playback
  • With Damper Resonance

Yamaha DGX-660 is a top selling option in the middle of the digital pianos price range. It's a #1 bestseller in digital pianos category and has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Yamaha 88-Key Premium or Yamaha DGX650B .

Yamaha DGX-660 price is about the same as the price of the average digital piano ($759.99).

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Are the keys on the DGX-660 a bit noisy, especially the higher register?
Related: Yamaha DGX-660, Digital Pianos | Submitted by anonymous 471 days ago

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What pianos compare to the Dgx 660 ?
Related: Yamaha DGX-660, Digital Pianos | Submitted by anonymous 501 days ago
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You want to look Casio Privia.
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Which keyboard feels more like a real piano...the Casio PX 760 or he Yamaha DGX 660
Related: Yamaha DGX-660, Casio PX760, Digital Pianos | Submitted by anonymous 501 days ago
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Casio PX 760
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Whats the next level above Yamaha DGX-660 for excellent touch amateur digital piano?
Related: Yamaha DGX-660, Digital Pianos | Submitted by anonymous 639 days ago

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What is the difference between the Yamaha DGX-660 and the DGX-660B?
Related: Yamaha DGX-660, Digital Pianos | Submitted by anonymous 684 days ago
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The B denotes the color of the product, in this case black. DGX 660 is the product line and it also comes in White.

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The YDP 140 is a great digital piano from a top tier company, but that's less than 1/2 the price. I would wonder what's wrong with it to be discounted so heavily.

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I'm looking at used digital pianos in my local music store. I wanted something with weighted keys, 88 keys, and portable (wanted an acoustic piano feeling, may use it for gigs). I found Casio CDP-100 on sale for $200 and Yamaha P-115 for $500, both in great conditions. Yamaha P-115 seemed like a much better product, but then would it be worth to pay that much more for it when I can get Casio CDP-100 for $200? Any advice?
Related: Digital Pianos | Submitted by anonymous 441 days ago
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My gut reaction is: Definately go with the Yamaha. However, Casio pianos have been getting a lot better recently. If fact, I'm here because I just bought a Casio PX860 instead of a Yamaha P-115. The fit and finish of a keyboard seems less important at first, but an instrument that "feels" high quality will make you want to play it more (that's why I chose the PX860 actually).
But between the CDP-100 and P-115, I'd take the Yamaha.

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