Yamaha opens music showroom
Kathmandu, March 26:
Morang Auto Works, the authorised distributor of Yamaha Musical Instrument and Audio Visual Product has recently appointed Beats International as the authorised dealer for Nepal.
The new showroom at Tripureshwor, Kathmandu, has products ranging from professional musical instruments like guitars, keyboards, grand pianos and drums to complete home entertainment systems like Yamaha home theater system, cinema station, amplifiers and speaker packages.
With the development of digital sound field processing in 1986, Yamaha claims to have opened a new era in home entertainment.
All the acoustic and audio expertise has now been engineered into LSIs that are designed and manufactured for expanding and enhancing entertainment possibilities in the field of home entertainment. They have recently introduced state-of-the-art video components enhancing the quality of home entertainment. Yamaha musical instruments reflect the wide ranging advantage of strong and dynamic craftsmanship, claims a company press release. Yamaha pianos and keyboards are known for consistently high quality, trouble-free durability and superior musical performance around the world.
Professional performing artists like Anand Sami and Louis Banks rely on Yamaha grand pianos for recording, composition and concert appearances, maintains the release.
Drawing on comprehensive acoustic and electronic know-how, Yamaha has pioneered a range of digital/acoustic hybrids. These include the Disklavier recording/reproducing pianos and keyboards, the popular Silent Pianos that can be played normally or through headphones and the GranTouch digital pianos, incorporating real piano keyboards and actions.
Yamaha Guitars are used by performers like Tory Van Leeuwen, George Lynch, Billy Sheehan, Brian May and Dave Navarro. And Yamaha drums used by Marvin Hammet, Chris Parker and Roy Haynes get better with age, adds the release.