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If it sounds like a piano, looks and feel like a piano, then what's not to like! The Yamaha YDP-S51 uses state of the art technology to produce such authentic piano sounds. Coupled together with the 88 graded hammer-action keys and you have a Digital Piano that can really compete with an acoustic piano! The correct action and dynamic depth make the YDP-S51 perfect for even the professional to use for personal critical practise. Students will appreciate the full sized 88 note keyboard which along with the realistic action makes it very easy to go from practise on the YDP-S51 to performance on an acoustic piano.


  • Keys: 88
  • Action: Graded Hammer (GH)
  • Touch Sensitivity: (Hard/Medium/Soft/Fixed)
  • Tone Generation Technology: Pure CF Sound Engine
  • Polyphony (max): 128
  • Preset Voices: 10
  • Demo Song: 10
  • Preset Songs: 50
  • User Song Recording: 1 with 2 tracks
  • MIDI: Yes
  • USB: Yes
  • Owner's Manual
  • Quick Operation Guide
  • 50 Greats for the Piano (Music Book)
  • AC Power Adaptor
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    Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 26 July 2014

    After a lot of searching around for the best entry digital piano (learned piano 30 years ago, and finally have the chance to learn again) I decided to go for the YDP-SF1 due to its slimline design. It is perfect for my very limited space in my bedroom. The sound quality is excellent, and I was amazed how with headphones on, it still seems like you are listening to the piano without the headphones. Really strange sensation. I can see having many good years with this piano. Also, I put it up on my own with no problem (I am a woman). I just had to ask my husband to lift the main keyboard unit with me in order to place it over the frame (which I had put together) as the unit is the heaviest part. However, with 2 people, it wouldn't take more than 10 minutes to put together, and two people is the recommended number.

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