Yamaha CLP-300 Owner's manual

Yamaha CLP-300 Owner's manual
Owners Manual
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Manual de instrucciones
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a blade wider than the other). If you are unable to insert the
plug into the outlet, contact an electrician to have your obsolete
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14. in the user-maintenance instructions. All other servicing
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Introduction Contents
We would like to express our thanks for your purchase of the Assembly INSTIUCTIONS cover ee 2
Yamaha Clavinova CLP-300 or CLP-200. This instrument has the Before PlayinO eK ER RRRRRK nana anna na ana 4
following features. To Start PlayinO ee ER EERERRRET REKEN REA. 4
OYAMAHAS exclusive AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) tone Effects and Controls...................e...reevíereerre e R sssae 4
generation, which performs digital processing based on ACCESSOry JACKS ….....…..….....cnrccareseerearer enr n ren ens ras enr ere ne ren ses 5
sampling of the various nuances of an acoustic piano, creates Taking Care of Your Clavinova ..................... e... re ee anaesee 5
a timbre extremely close to that of an acoustic piano, resulting Important Advice ....................eereereiierereee e e e A 5
in a high-quality piano sound. Howto use MIDI... ee, 6
eFine changes in timbre and volume are available by varying Specifications …….….…....…...……......cserrrrrrrrerreessssaa era seen rence esse seau 16
the force used to strike the keys, thus enabling the performer FCC Information (USA) rer RER 16
to create music with a wide range of expression. MIDI Impiementation Chart essen rennes 17
®MIDI for increased versatility and enjoyment.
In order to get the most from this instrument, we advise you to
read this manual while actually seated at the Clavinova.
Einleitung Inhaltsverzeichnis
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Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Kauf des Yamaha Clavinova CLP-300 Zusammenbauanleitung ................. e... reserve 2
oder CLP-200. Dieses Musikinstrument hat die folgenden Merkmale. Vor dem Spielen ….….........…..........ccsverreressenrens san nas aan rene rares 7
eDas exklusiv von Yamaha entwickelte Tonerzeugungssystem Beginn des Spielens....................=emreseeiree O 7
AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) fúhrt digitale Tonsignalverar- Effekte und Bedienungselemente ....................... 2... 7
beitung durch, basierend auf einem Sampling der verschiede- AnschiuBbuchsen fúr Zubehór .......................... EE 8
nen Nuancen eines akustischen Pianos, und erzeugt qualitativ Pflege des Clavinova...................eeeerrcennrcerner e e e e 8
hochwertigen Piano-Klang. Wichtiger HiNWelS..…..…......…..rrreecrrereeneensena sera ere aanene eee sans 8
@Feine Änderungen in Timbre und Lautstärke können durch Einsatz von MiD er EN EEE 9
Anderung der Anschlagsstärke erzielt werden, so daß Musik Technische Daten een EEE REKEN 16
mit einer großen Ausdrucksbreite gespielt werden kann. MIDI-Anwendungstabell® ......e cece 17
© MIDI für grôBere Vielseitigkeit und mehr Spielfreude.
Um das Musikinstrument voll auszunutzen, empfehlen wir,
diese Anleitung durchzulesen, während Sie schon am Clavinova
Avant-propos Sommaire
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Nous voudrions tout d'abord vous remercier d'avoir porté Instructions d'assemblage .....................e..eeerrimerir De 2
votre choix sur le Clavinova Yamaha CLP-300 ou CLP-200. Cet Avant la mise en Service .....................cemeriivierionen e II cree 10
instrument présente les caractéristiques suivantes. Mise en SErviCE …..….......….....…rrerssrerssnserrensrnrra na nan een ana ane nn aaa aan 0e 10
eLe générateur de tonalité AWM (mémoire ondulatoire avancée), Effets et COMMANdES …...…..…....eursssracesr ere ce care earr arr a enare cnrs 10
une exclusivité Yamaha, qui procède au traitement numérique Prises auxillaires..….….….…..…....….......…ecerenerensenssaenassa ras can ana ra sara» 11
en se basant sur un échantillonnage des différentes nuances Entretien du ClAVINOVA …….....………crrsserrreserr ess areas aan ane aan san aan ess se nn 11
d'un piano acoustique, crée un timbre très proche de celui d’un Consignes importantes........................——.—.— ee... 11
piano acoustique, ce qui assure une plus grande qualité Utilisation de l'interface MIDI... EEE 12
sonore. Epécifications .....................eeercireerme e II ID RR RR RAI 16
ell est possible de procéder à des modifications minimes du Tableau de mise en explcitation MIDI ....................... eme 17
timbre et de l'intensité sonore en fonction de la pression exer-
cee sur les touches. Par conséquent, ceci permet à l'utilisateur
de créer des mélodies à large éventail d'expressions.
e Une interface MIDI a été prévue pour élargir les possibilités de
l'instrument et pour encore plus d'amusement.
Pour obtenir la plus entière satisfaction de cet instrument, nous
vous conseillons de lire attentivement ce mode d'emploi tout en
vous familiarisant avec l'instrument.
Introduccion Indice
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Muchas gracias por haber adquirido el Clavinova CLP-300 o Instrucciones de montaje... ar ener aaa eos 2
CLP-200 Yamaha. Este instrumento posee las características Antes de comenzar a tocar .........................._.eee ee e 13
siguientes. Para comenzar a tocar ......................e. reee eee reee 13
eGeneración de tonos mediante AWM (memoria avanzada de Efectos y controles ................... ene rear ener aereas 13
ondas)exclusiva de YAMAHA, que realiza proceso digital basado Tomas para accesorios ....................eevemeri een raeaeea aer 14
en el muestreo de diversos matices de un piano acústico, y Cuidado de su Clavinova .............. eve De se 14
crea un timbre extremadamente cercano al de un piano Aviso importante ........................=.e.emmeier Den nera Des 14
acústico, lo que resulta en un sonido de piano de gran calidad. Empleo de MIDI.................e.ereenenio e ener re reee 15
eVariando la fuerza empleada para pulsar las teclas podrán Especificaciones ...................evee L NER encres 16
realizarse delicados cambios de timbre y volumen, con lo que Сгайса de implementaciön de MiDI anne 17
el usuario podra crear musica con una amplia gama de
eMID! para aumentar la versatilidad y el placer musical.
Para sacar el mayor partido posible de este instrumento, le
aconsejamos que lea este manual sentado ante su Clavinova.
* Tornillos largos (dorados),
e Long screws (gold) 4 pcs.
77 « Lange Schrauben (Gold) 4 St.
5) « Vis longues (or), 4 pièces
à piezas
* Tornillos largos (de color bronce),
* Long screws (bronze) 4 pcs,
>, — 7. 7 * Lange Schrauben (Bronze) 4 St.
- * Vis longues (bronze), 4 pièces
8 8
Ze Z 7 88
A veus
4 piezas
* Joint connectors 8 pcs.
* Verbindungsstúcke 8 St.
Connecteurs de joint, 8 pièces
« Conectores de unión, 8 piezas
* Short screws (bronze) 4 pcs.
* Kurze Schrauben (Bronze) 4 St.
« Vis courtes (bronze), 4 pièces
* Tornillos cortos (de color bronce),
4 piezas
* Knob bolts 4 pcs.
« Knopfschrauben 4 St.
» Boulons à tête ronde, 4 pièces
* Pernos de perilla, 4 piezas
Assembly Instructions for Keyboard Stand
Zusammenbauanleitung fiir den Keyboard-
Instructions pour le montage du support
Instrucciones de montaje para el soporte
» Joint connectors
* Verbindungsstücke
* Connecteurs de joint
* Conectores de unión
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* While watching this side, install the joint
connector, making sure the arrow marks
on the surface of the connector pomt in
the direction as shown in the illustration.
* Diese Seite betrachten und das Verbin-
dungsstúck anbringen. Dabei sicherstel-
len, daf die Pfeilmarkierungen auf der
Oberfläche des Verbindungsstücks in
dic Richtung weisen, wie sie in der
Abbildung gezeigt ist.
— ==%, + Long screws (gold)
* Lange Schrauben (Gold)
=> + Vis longues (or)
* Tornillos largos (oro)
* Tout en regardant de ce côté, installer le -
connecteur de joint en s’assurant que les
flèches inscrites pointent dans la direc-
tion indiquée dans l'illustration.
* Observando esta parte, instale el
conector de unión, asegurándose de que
las flechas de la superficie del mismo
apunten en el sentido mostrado en la
Rear Side of Board (A)
Install the joint connectors in the holes
on the rear side of board (A)as shown in
the illustration, making sure the arrow
marks on the surface of the connectors
point in the direction indicated.
Rickseite der Platte (A)
Die Verbindungsstiicke in den beiden
Lóchern an der Rúckseite der Platte (A)
wie in der Abbildung gezeigt einbauen
und sicherstellen, daß die Pfeilmarkie-
rungen auf der Oberfláche der Verbin-
dungsstücke in die angezeigte Richtung
=f Tose Long screws (bronze)
* Lange Schrauben (Bronze)
* Vis longues (bronze)
« Tornillos largos po
(de color bronce) fes
“dq. « Short screws (bronze)
7 aa > * Kurze Schrauben (Bronze)
и * Vis courtes (bronze)
* Tornillos cortos
(de color bronce)
* Slip the screws (a) on the rear part of
the keyboard bottom into the metal
fittings (1) of the top of boards (C).
* Die Schrauben (a) an der Rúckseite des
Keyboard-Bodenteils in die Metallfas-
sungen (b) an der Oberseite der Platten
(C) einführen.
* Faire passer les vis (a) dans la partie
arrière du socle du clavier, par les
attaches métalliques (b) au dessus des
plaques (C).
* Deslice los tronillos (a) de la parte
posterior inferior del teclado dentro de
los adaptadores metálicos (b) de la parte
superior de los tableros (C).
Arrière de la plaque (A)
installer les connecteurs de joint dans
les orifices situés à l'arrière de la plaque
(A) comme illustré, en s’assurant que les
flèches inscrites pointent dans la direc-
tion indiquée.
Cara posterior del tablero (A)
Instale los conectores de unión en los
orificios de la cara posterior del tablero
(A), como se muestra en la ilustración,
asegurándose de que las flechas de la
superficie de los mismos apunten en el
sentido indicado.
(1) Open the box and remove all the parts.
1 On opening the box, you will find the parts
shown in the left illustration. Check to
see whether all parts are provided.
(2) Connect board (C) to parts (D).
2 Install the joint connectors on boards (C) as
shown in the left illustration, then secure
with the long gold-colored screws.
* Position the rounded corners of parts (D) as shown
in the illustration.
* If the keyboard and the stand are packed together,
board (C) and parts (D) may already be connected.
(1) Den Karton öffnen und alle Teile
1 entnehmen.
Beim Offnen des Kastens sollten alle in der
linken Abbildung gezeigten Teile vorge-
funden werden. Prúfen, ob alle Teile mit-
geliefert sind.
‘> (2) Die Platte (C) mit Teil (D) verbinden.
Die Verbindungsstiicke auf Platte (C} wie
in der linken Abbildung gezeigt einbauen
und dann mit den langen goldenen Schrau-
ben befestigen.
* Die runden Ecken der Teile (D) wie in der
Zeichnung dargestellt plazieren,
Wenn Tastatur und Ständer zusammen geliefert
werden, können Platte (C) und Teile (D) bereits
verbunden sein.
| (1) Ouvrir la boîte et enlever toutes les
1 piéces.
Lorsqu'on ouvre la boîte, l’on trouvera les
pièces indiquées dans l’illustration ci-à
gauche. Vérifier que toutes les pièces sont
(2) Connecter la plaque (C) à la pièce (D).
2 Installer les connecteurs de joint sur la
plaque (C) comme illustré ci-à gauche, puis
fixer avec les vis longues dorées.
* Placer les coins arrondis des pièces (D) comme
* St le clavier et le support sont emballés ensemble, il
se peut que les panneaux (C) et (D) sotent déjá réumis.
(1) Abra la caja y extraiga todas las piezas.
1 Dentro de la caja encontrará las piezas
mostradas en la ilustración de la izquierda.
Compruebe si están todas las piezas.
2 (2) Conecte el tablero (C) a la pieza (D).
Instale los conectores de unión en el tablero
(C) como se muestra en la ilustración de
la izquierda, y después asegúrelo con los
tornillos largos dorados.
* Coloque las esquinas redondeadas de las piezas (D)
como se muestra en el ilustración.
S1 el teclado y el soporte se envían en la misma caja,
es posible que las piezas (C) y (D) ya estén conectadas.
de clavier
del teclado
* The keyboard stand (LW-71 or LW-61) is optional in some
* Der Tastaturständer (LW-71 oder LW-61) ist in cinigen
Gebieten Sonderzubehör,
* Dans certains pays, les supports de clavier (LW-71 04 LW-61)
sont des accessoires disponibles en option.
* El soporte del teclado (LW-71 o LW-61) es opcional para
ciertas regiones.
(3) Connect boards (C) and (B).
Connect boards (C) and (B), securing them firmly with the 4
short screws (bronze).
(4) Connect boards (A) and {С).
Install the joint connectors on the rear side of the board (A) as
shown in the left illustration, making sure the arrow marks
on the surface of the connectors point in the indicated
direction, then secure board (A ) with the 4 long bronze-
colored screws.
(5) Slip in the keyboard.
Place the keyboard on boards (C) so that the screws (a) on
the rear bottom part come to rest slightly behind the metal
fittings (b) on top of boards (C), then pull the keyboard
forward, slipping the screws on its bottom into the fittings to
secure it.
Finally, align board (A), the holes in the metal fittings of
boards (C) and the holes in the keyboard so you can insert
the knob bolts and then securely tighten these bolts.
(6) Insert the plug.
Fix the pedal cords to the cord holder and connect the grey
plug to the DAMPER jack on the rear panel of the keyboard
and the black plug to the jack marked SOFT/SOSTENUTO.
—Aradjusteris provided on the bottom part of pedal box (B) to provide”
—stability.-Loosen the adjuster bolt so it will contact the floor. This will
Str pedal box remains’ ‘stable when pushing down the
“th is enabling more precise. pedal control. -
* To make s sure > that all connections have been made properly, check cach
screw and knob bolt once again for secure fit.
(3) Die Platten (C) und (B) verbinden.
Die Platten (C) und (B) verbinden und fest mit den 4 kurzen
Schrauben (Bronze) betestigen.
(4) Die Platten (A) und (C) verbinden.
Die Verbindungsstiicke an der Riickseite der Platte (A)
wie in der linken Abbildung gezeigt einbauen und
sicherstellen, daß die Pfeilmarkierungen auf der Oberfläche
der Verbindungsstücke in die angezeigte Richtung weisen
und dann die Platte (A) mit den 4 langen bronzefarbenen
Schrauben befestigen.
(5) Das Keyboard einschieben.
Das Keyboard auf den Platten (C) plazieren, so daß die
Schrauben (a) auf der Rückseite des Keyboard-Bodenteils
kurz hinter den Metallfassungen (b) an der Oberseite der
Platten (C) zur Ruhe kommen. Dann das Keyboard nach
vorne ziehen, die Schrauben auf der Bodenseite in die
Fassungen schieben und festziehen.
Schließlich die Platte (A), die Locher in den Metallfassungen
der Platten (C) und die Locher im keyboard angleichen, so
daß die Knopfschrauben eingeführt werden können. Dann
diese Schrauben fest anziehen.
(6) Stecker einstecken.
Die Pedalkabel am Kabelhalter anbringen und den grauen
Stecker an die Buchse DAMPER an der Rückplatte des Key-
boards anschließen. Den schwarzen Stecker an die Buchse
SOFT/SOSTENUTO anschliefen.
“Æin Einsteller - ist'am Boden des Pedalkastens (B) Vorhanden, um
= ‘Stand zu ährléisten.- Die ‘Æinstellschraube “so
aß sie den Boden beri rt. Dadurch steht der Pedal
“Kast п йе Pedale mit den Füssen ‚gedrückt werden, und.
—genauere ‘Kontrolle der: ‚Pedale ist möglich... = Е
Um zu gewährleisten, daß alle Verbindungen richtig ho puesto I à LOI den N
sind, jede Schraube und jeden Knopf erneut im Hinblick auf festen Sitz
(3) Connecter les plaques (C) et (B).
Connecter les plaques (C) et (B) en les fixant fermement avec
les 4 vis courtes (bronze).
(4) Connecter les plaques (A) et (С).
Installer les connecteurs de joint à l’arrière de la plaque (A),
comme illustré ci-à gauche, en s'assurant que les flèches
inscrites pointent dans la direction indiquée, puis fixer la
plaque (A) avec les 4 vis longues de couleur bronze.
(5) Introduire le clavier.
Placer le clavier sur les plaques (C) de telle façon que les
vis (a) de la partie arrière soient situées derrière les attaches
métalliques au-dessus des plaques (C). puis tirer vers l'avant
le clavier, en faisant passer les vis par l’arrière dans les
attaches pour le fixer.
Finalement, aligner la plaqu. (A). les orifices dans les attaches
métalliques des plaques (C) et les orifices dans la clavier de
façon à pouvoir insérer les boulons a tête pleine et de frxer
fermement ces boulons.
(6) Insérer la fiche.
Fixer les cordons des pédales au support de cordon et
connecter la fiche grise à la prise DAMPER située sur le
panneau arrière du clavier et la fiche noire à la prise portant
l'indication SOFT/SOSTENUTO.
“Un dispo ositif de réglage « est ae du « pédalier (B) pour la.
“stabilité “le boulon de
Ce de til jet à 7 pour de deco. us p précice.
Pour s'assurer que toutes les connexions ont élé correctement effectuées,
vérifier à nouveau que chaque vis et boulon à tête pleine soit fermement
en place.
(3) Conecte los tableros (C) y (B).
Conecte los tableros (C) y (B) asegurándolos firmemente con
los 4 tornillos cortos (de color bronce).
(4) Conecte los tableros (A) y (C).
Intale los conectores de unión en la cara posterior del tablero
(A), como se muestra en la ilustración de la izquierda,
asegurándose de que las flechas de la superficie de los mismos
apunten en el sentido indicado, y después asegure el tablero
(A) con los 4 tornillos largos de color bronce.
(5) Deslice el teclado hacia adentro.
Coloque el teclado sobre los tableros (C) de forma que los
tornillos (a) de la parte posterior inferior descansen
ligeramente sobre los acopladores metálicos (b) de los tableros
superiores (C), y después tire del teclado hacia adelante,
deslizando los tornillos de su parte inferior dentro de tales
acopladores para asegurarlo.
Finalmente, alinee el tablero (A) los orificios de los
acopladores metálicos de los tableros (C) y los orificios del
teclado de forma que pueda insertar lus pernos de perilla, y
después apriete firmemente tales pernos.
(6) Inserte la clavija.
Fije los cables de los pedales al sujetacables y conecte la
clavija gris a la toma DAMPER del panel posterior del teclado
y la a clavija negra a a la toma SOFT/SOSTENUTO.
edales al- pisar éstos conto pies, con ndo q que se e ета u un control
- más preciso. ‘de los pedales. E RAMÓN Pr РИ
* Para asegurarse de que todas las conextones sean correctas, suelo a
comprobar si todos los tornillos y pernos de perilla están firmemente
e Check for correct power voltage.
The main Power Voltage is indicated on the name plate on
the back of the Clavinova. In some market areas, a voltage
selector may be included. This will be located on the bottom
of the Clavinova. Your Clavinova has been set for the
voltage in your area. Consult a qualified technician if any
doubt exists or a change is required.
e Attaching the music stand.
Insert the music stand into the 2 holes in the top board.
® Connecting the Pedals.
When using the stand, connect the plugs of the two cords
coming out of the stand’s pedal box to the DAMPER jack
and SOFT/SOSTENUTO jack on the rear panel of the
keyboard. (The gray plug is connected to DAMPER, the
black one to SOFT/SOSTENUTO).
When you are not using the stand, use the foot-switch
(FC-5). The plug of the foot-switch can be connected to
either jack, DAMPER or SOFT/SOSTENUTO.
First of all, make sure that the plug is firmly inserted in the
wall power outlet, then:
1. Tum the POWER on.
2. Adjust the MASTER VOLUME control.
3. Select the desired voice.
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CLP-300 CLP-200
4. Start playing.
It is possible to play as many as 16 notes at the same time.
elnitial Touch Control
Your Clavinova has the ability to respond to the touch you
use while playing, making possible subtle variations in both
tone and timbre. The amount of variation will differ from
voice to voice.
*When you play the keyboard strongly, please adjust the volume to a suitable
| (CLP-200)
Pressing this button provides stereo sound with an expan-
sive ambience.
eEffects of Using the Pedals
There are three different kinds of effects that can be
obtained by using the pedals, namely DAMPER, SOFT
and SOSTENUTO. When using the stand, the right pedal
controls the DAMPER effect, while the left pedal is used
for either SOFT or SOSTENUTO. You can achieve the
same foot-controlled effects when using the foot-switch
(FC-5) by connecting it to either the DAMPER or SOFT/
Pressing the stand's right pedal or the foot-switch (FC-5)
causes the sound to continue when the key is released,
much like an acoustic piano.
Pressing the stand's left pedal or the foot-switch (FC-5)
softens the sound.
* SOSTENUTO (This effect is obtained by switching the
SOFT pedal.)
When the SOSTENUTO pedal 1s pressed, its effect 1s
applied only to notes of keys that are already being pressed,
providing a resonance similar to the DAMPER effect.
Depending on the music you are playing, you can switch
between the two effects of the left pedal or the foot-switch
(FC-5) in the following way.
Switching between SOFT and SOSTENUTO
Press and hold down the TRANSPOSER/MIDI button,
then step on the stand’s left pedal or on the footswitch
(FC-5) connected to the SOFT/SOSTENUTO jack.
The STEREO SYMPHONIC lamp will light up, thus
indicating that the pedal you just pressed is currently used
for the SOSTENUTO effect.
* The lamp will indicate the pedal setting only as long as the
TRANSPOSER/MIDI button is being pressed. As soon as this button
is released, the lamp will again indicate the present setting of the
If you want to switch the pedal back to the SOFT effect,
again press and hold down the TRANSPOSER/MIDI
button,then step on the pedal. The STEREO SYMPHONIC
lamp will go out and the pedal will again control the
SOFT effect.
*When power is turned on, the effect of this pedal is always
automatically set to SOFT.
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(CLP-300) (CLP-200)
For Pitch control
For Pitch control (C3 ~ B3)
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For Transposer (F#5 - F6)
This feature allows you to change the key of the entire
instrument in degrees of 1/2 steps.
To raise the key: Hold the TRANSPOSER button and press
one of the keys between C#6 and Fe.
To lower the key: Hold the TRANSPOSER button and
press one of the keys between F*s and Bs.
* When the power is turned off, the instrument will automatically be
returned to the normal key.
ePitch Control
This feature allows you to fine tune the pitch of the whole
To raise the pitch: Hold the lowest and the second lowest
white keys and repeatedly strike any of the keys between C3
and B3. The pitch will rise about 3 cents in CLP-200
and 3 cents in CLP-300 each time.
To lower the pitch: Hold the lowest white and black keys and
repeatedly strike any of the keys between C3 and B3.
The pitch will lower about 3 cents in CLP-200 and 3
cents in CLP-300 each time.
* When the power is turned off, the instrument will automatically be
returned to normal pitch (A; =440Hz).
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This jack is used for connecting a pair of stereo headphones
(optional). When the headphones are connected, no sound
will be produced from the Clavinova's speakers. This
allows you the freedom of playing your instrument at any
time without disturbing others.
e AUX.OUT L-R jacks
These jacks can be used to connect your Clavinova to an
amplifier or another speaker system. Also, by connecting
the Clavinova to the LINE IN jacks of a tape deck, you can
record music produced by the Clavinova.
e AUX.IN L-R jacks
You can use these jacks to play an external audio source
(tape recorder, Portable Keyboard, etc.) through the
Clavinova's speakers while you are performing. Simply
plug a connector cord into these jacks and the LINE OUT/
AUX.OUT jacks of your tape deck, stereo or additional
keyboard. The external source must have its own volume
level control. Never connect it to an AC power line or to a
speaker-level output.
® DAMPER jack
This jack is for connecting the Foot Switch (FC-5). When
using the keyboard stand on the CLP-300 or CLP-200,
connect the grey plug coming from the pedal box.
Connect the black plug coming from the pedal box or the
Foot Switch (FC-5).
eMIDI OUT/IN connectors
The MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) terminals
conform to the MIDI standard for digital electronic instru-
ments. These jacks enable you to connect your Clavinova to
a computer or other MIDI compatible electronic instru-
ments for data communication.
Always treat your Clavinova with the same care you would
give to any fine musical instrument. To ensure that your
Clavinova always looks and sounds its best, we suggest the
following procedures.
1. Do not repeatedly turn on and off in a short time. If this
is done, the unit may not work properly.
2. Never touch the internal parts.
3. Always turn the power switch OFF after playing, and
place the dust cover on the instrument.
4. Clean the cabinet and keys of your Clavinova with a
slightly dampened cloth using only a neutral cleanser. Do
not use abrasive cleaners, waxes, solvents, or chemical
dust cloths which may dull the keys or chemically
damage the finish.
5. Never put any vinyl products on your Clavinova since its
external coating reacts chemically to vinyl.
6. To protect the cabinet finish and joints, install your
Clavinova away from direct sunlight, excess humidity
and heat.
7. Do not hit or scratch the cabinet with hard objects.
What todo if...
1) The unit is not activated when the power is turned on.
Check the following:
Is the AC plug fully connected to a wall power outlet? Check
it again to make sure. Is power supplied from the outlet? If
the outlet is live, but the Clavinova does not work, unplug
the cord and contact your Yamaha Clavinova dealer.
2) The Clavinova reproduces radio or TV signals.
This can occur if there is a powerful transmitter such as a
radio station located in your vicinity. Contact your Yamaha
Clavinova dealer.
3) Occasional unpleasant static occurs.
In the majority of such cases, the cause can be traced to the
turning on or off of some household appliance.
4) The Clavinova interferes with radio or TV reception.
The high frequency pulses used by the Clavinova may
adversely affect TV or radio reception. Please read “FCC
INFORMATION” (page 16) for additional information.
5) The sound of the Clavinova is distorted when con-
nected to an auxiliary speaker system.
When connected to an auxiliary speaker system, (home
stereo, guitar amplifier, etc.) distortion may occur when the
keys are played forcefully while either the volume of the
Clavinova or its auxiliary system is too high. In addition,
damage to the speakers could result. Please turn the volume
down to a level where no distortion occurs.
The MIDI Function of Clavinova
CLP-300, CLP-200
What MIDI can do:
e Transmission/recognition of key on/off data.
e Transmission/recognition of panel voice numbers,
e Transmission/recognition of control for DAMPER
Clavinova Connection With Other MIDI
In the following section you will see how you can actually
connect your Clavinova with other MIDI instruments.
MPlaying the Clavinova in ensemble with other keyboards
(Example: connected with the PortaTone)
As shown in the illustration above, when the MIDI OUT
on the Clavinova is connected to the MIDI IN on the
PortaTone it is possible to produce sound from the
PortaTone while playing just the Clavinova. In other
words, the information produced by pressing the
Clavinova keyboard is instantaneously transmitted to the
PortaTone, producing a richer sound. It is also possible to
utilize different voices on each instrument. For example, it
is possible to combine a piano voice on the Clavinova with
the strings voice on the PortaTone so that a solo performer
can give a performance similar to a piano concerto. This is
just one of the many possible combinations. You can also
connect the MIDI OUT terminal of the PortaTone to the
MIDI IN terminal of the Clavinova and play from the
PortaTone keyboard.
MPlaying the Clavinova With a Music Computer
You can get further pleasure from your Clavinova by
playing 1t with a personal computer instead of playing the
keys yourself. Whether you use a music software package
or program your own software, the Clavinova can be played
automatically. In this case, the voices can be freely selected
on the control panel to match the mood of the music.
Controlling the MIDI Function
A) With the Power on
eThe receiving channel is set to CH 1. However, any
channel can be received with OMNI ON. (When the
power is turned on, it is automatically set to OMNI
e Program change is acceptable. (Condition for sending
and receiving voice number.)
e The Control Changeis the state for sending and receiv-
ing control signals for the DAMPER and SOFT/
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B) Setting transmission channel number :
While pressing the TRANSPOSER/MIDI button, press one of
the keys between Ci and Df to set the channel number
(see illustration below).
C) Switching to OMNI OFF and setting reception
While pressing the TRANSPOSER/MIDI button, press the
PIANO 1 button and switch to OMNI OFF, If the button is
pressed again, it will be turned ON. Next, while pressing the
TRANSPOSER /MIDI button, press one of the keys between
C3 and D#4 to set the channel number (see Illustration
D) Switching to Local Off :
While pressing the TRANSPOSER/MIDI button, press
the PIANO 2 button. If the button is pressed again, it will be
turned ON.
E) Cancelling Program Change (To cancel the transmis-
sion of the information to change the voice):
While keeping the TRANSPOSER/MIDI button de-
pressed, press the E. PIANO button if you are using the
model CLP-300, or the HARPSICHORD button if you are
using the CLP-200. If the button is pressed again, it will
be activated.
F) Cancelling Control Change (To cancel the transmis-
sion of the information to control the DAMPER and
SOFT/SOSTENUTE pedals): (CLP-300 only)
While pressing the TRANSPOSER/MIDI button, press
the HARPSICHORD button. If the button is pressed again,
it will be activated.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: MIDI instruments and equipment
have slightly differing specifications. Refer to the respec-
tive MIDI Implementation Charts to determine what 1s and
what is not possible. The MIDI Implementation Chart for
Clavinova Music Computer your Clavinova is on the final page of this manual.
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For setting the sending channel. (Ci ~D#2)
For setting the receiving channel. (C3 ~D#4)
Technische Daten
La m *Specifications subject to change without notice.
Specifications *Anderungen ohne Vorankündigung vorbehalten.
*Sous toute réserve de modification des caractéristiques sans préavis.
Especificaciones * Especificaciones sujetas a cambio sin prévio aviso.
CLP-300 CLP-200
KEYBOARD 88 KEYS (A_1-C7) 76 KEYS (Eo~ Gs)
SPEAKERS 12 ст (434 ”)х 3, 5 ст (1% ”)х 1
Width : 137.4 cm (54 ”) Width : 120.9 cm 47% ”)
Depth : 46.8 cm (18% ”) Depth : 46.8 cm (18% ”)
DIMENSIONS Height: 78.5 cm (317) (with stand) Height: 78.5 cm (31) (with stand)
15.2 cm (6”) (without stand) : 15.2 ст (67) (without stand)
WEIGHT 45 kg (99.2 Ibs.) (with stand) 40 kg (88.2 lbs.) (With stand)
31 kg (68.3 Ibs.) (without stand) 27 kg (59.5 Ibs.) (without stand)
While the following statements are provided to comply with FCC Regulations in the United States, the corrective measures
listed are applicable worldwide.
This series of Yamaha Clavinova uses frequencies that appear in the radio frequency range, and if installed in the immediate
proximity of some types of audio or video devices within three meters (approximately ten feet), interference may occur.
This series of Yamaha Clavinova has been type-tested- and found to comply with the specifications set for a class B
computer in accordance with those specifications listed in sub-part J, part 15 of the FCC rules. These rules are designed to
provide a reasonable measure of protection against such interference. However, this does not guarantee that interference will
not occur.
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If your Clavinova should be suspected of causing interference with other electronic devices, verification can be made by
turning your Clavinova off and on. If the interference continues when your Clavinova is off, the Clavinova is not the
source of the interference. If your Clavinova does appear to be the source of the interference, you should try to correct the
situation by using one or more of the following measures:
® Relocate either the Clavinova or the electronic device that is being affected by the interference.
e Utilize power outlets for the Clavinova and the device being affected that are on different branch (circuit breaker or fuse)
circuits, or install a/c line filters.
® In the case of radio-TV interference, relocate the antenna or, if the antenna lead-in is a 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the
lead-in to coaxial type cable.
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If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact a Yamaha dealer for suggestions and/or
corrective measures, if you can not locate a Yamaha dealer in your general area, please contact the Service Division, Yamaha
Music Corporation U.S.A., 6600 Orangethorpe Ave., Buena Park, CA 90620, U.S.A.
If for any reason, you should need additional information relating to radio or TV interference, you may find a booklet prepared
by the Federal Communications Commission helpful: “How to Identify and Resolve radio-TV Interference Problems.” This
booklet, Stock #004-000-00345-4, is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. 20402.
* This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA Music Corp. U.S.A.
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Clavinova CLP-300/CLP-200
MIDI Implementation Chart
Date: 10/1, 1986
Version: 1.0
Transmitted Recognized Remarks
Basic Channel Default Channel 1 Channel 1
Changes Channel 1-16 Channel 1—16
Mode Default Mode 3 Mode 1
Messages X Omni, Poly/Mono
Altered aa dé al al sk ok ok ok ok ok ok X
Note Number * 21 — 108 * * 28 — 103 21 — 108
True Voice e ak ak oe ot ale ale al ok tee de ok 21 — 108
Velocity Note ON O 90H, v=1~127 O v=1-127
Note OFF x 90H, v=0 X
After Touch Key's X X
Ch's X X
Pitch Bender X X
Control Change 64 O O Damper Pedal
66 O O Sostenuto Pedal
67 O O Soft Pedal
Program Change *0—4 **0—2 0~127
True # e ak le oe deal aj ve fe se ke ve *0—4 **0—2
System Exclusive X X
System Common Song Pos X X
Song Sel X X
Tune X X
System Real Time Clock X X
Commands X X
Aux Messages Local ON/OFF | x O
All Notes OFF | x O
Active Sense O O
Reset X O
Notes * CLP-300
* * CLP-200
O: Yes
x : No
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