Disklavier ENSPIRE

The Disklavier is fundamentally a traditional acoustic piano with a built-in record-and-playback system. When Yamaha introduced their first Disklavier player pianos in 1987, recordings were stored on 3½” floppy disks — hence the name (klavier is the German word for keyboard). Features have changed substantially over the years, and modern Disklaviers are some of the most sophisticated instruments available. Learn more about the history of Disklavier

Yamaha’s cutting-edge modern Disklavier line is called ENSPIRE. With it, Yamaha has ushered in a new era of advanced player piano technology and wireless control. There are three different ENSPIRE systems to choose from:

Available in pianos of the C3X size and larger, the ENSPIRE PRO continues the tradition of PRO model Disklaviers, providing the highest resolution recording and playback paired with the highest quality acoustic pianos.

Available in the C2X size and smaller grands, as well as in 2 upright models, the ENSPIRE ST provides standard Disklavier features, including full recording and playback functionality. All ST models also include the SILENT feature.

The ENSPIRE CL is a playback-only model available in a five-foot grand.