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#1416687 - 04/13/10 08:54 PM the easiest way to amplify a piano?
wujekcity Offline
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Registered: 04/13/10
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i have a yamaha ypg 635, whats the easiest way to amplify it?

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#1416691 - 04/13/10 09:01 PM Re: the easiest way to amplify a piano? [Re: wujekcity]
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Run the output through your stereo.
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#1416739 - 04/13/10 10:28 PM Re: the easiest way to amplify a piano? [Re: wujekcity]
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Originally Posted By: wujekcity
i have a yamaha ypg 635, whats the easiest way to amplify it?


Didn't we just cover this HERE

Run the line-out from the piano to line in on some kind of amp or self powered speaker. To turn off the piano's internal speakers put a headphone adaptor in the jack (Or head phones if you like)

The next question is. which amp,or speakers to buy. Then I'll ask How large is the room, how many people are listening. Are you solo or in a band, what else is in the band and finally what's the budget.

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#1416795 - 04/14/10 12:55 AM Re: the easiest way to amplify a piano? [Re: ChrisA]
wujekcity Offline
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sorry i did kinda make two similar threads! i have a decent sized room...maybe 14x20...i am playing solo...but id like to be able to have some micorphones or a karoake system....do uknow if i could hook up a voco pro to it and use that as the amplifier?

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