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How loud is an upright piano?

Acoustic pianos usually produce 60-70 decibels (dB) for normal practice. The level of action where hearing protection is required is 85 decibels. Correct pianos usually have shorter strings and a smaller sound plate, which would contribute to a smaller volume than a Grand piano.

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