For lack of correct term knowledge, one sounds dampered with less string resonance but I bet it has more to do with what we are listening through.One would have to be the ultimate perfectionist to pick one over the other.
I always thought that Yamaha electronic kb's had near perfect grand piano sound. That is what salesmen have told me.
Both music selections above sounded similar to me and I would be just guessing which is which.
To make life more complicated, richer is not always the same as better. We've all been spoiled with the full sound of the modern grand piano, but keyboards didn't always sound like that. Pianos before 1840 didn't have iron frames, which meant much lower string tension. Hammers were harder originally. What Mozart heard on his piano pieces isn't what we hear, playing the same piece on a modern piano.I have to go with number one, more richness resonance and pleasant sustain. The second one to me had a shallower sound with more damping and not as much fullness, really liked 1! Now who is who?
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