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The world’s most advanced piano

Yamaha has unveiled the new Yamaha Disklavier Enspire. The company has been selling the Disklavier reproducing piano model for over thirty years. The Disklavier features a subscription service capable of streaming live and on-demand, note-for-note piano performances from the stages of prestigious music events such as the Monterey Jazz Festival and the Newport Music Festival as well as various concert performances by numerous artists.

The Disklavier Enspire, which Yamaha is calling the “most advanced instrument of its kind,” is able to recreate original piano performances more accurately than any other reproducing piano on the market.


It also boasts a vast music library, which is made available through the Yamaha MusicSoft online store. Furthermore, it has been added to the company’s MusicCast wireless multi-room audio system. Users can access their content through the MusicCast app, as well as stream music from the company’s Pandora-style Disklavier Radio service directly to the instrument.

“The integration of MusicCast wireless multi-room audio capability in the Disklavier ENSPIRE marks yet another exciting example of Yamaha leveraging the power of its Keyboard and AV divisions to create a dynamic new concept in home entertainment,” said Roger Eaton, chief marketing director, Yamaha Corporation of America.  “These instruments were already loaded with the most advanced features, functions and high quality sound in the world. Now, the listener can leave the room and not have to miss a note of a brilliant piano performance, thanks to outstanding Yamaha multi-room audio technology.”

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