Hemingway DP-201 MKII AT


Digital Piano

  • 88 Weighted keys with hammer action keyboard
  • 64 Voice polyphony
  • Transpose, Split and Layer functions
  • USB interface: Audio signal transmission to PC / Mac
  • 16 Sounds
  • Reverb and chorus
  • Metronome
  • 16 Demo songs
  • Duet mode
  • Internal recorder: 5 Tracks, 50000 notes
  • LC-Display
  • Speaker system: 2 x 15 W
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1325 x 415 x 965 mm
  • Weight: 31 kg
  • Colour: Anthracite
  • Includes note stand, power adapter and sustain pedal
  • Suitable 2-way pedal: Art. 291850 (not included)


  • Sustain pedal connector
  • Line output
  • Line input
  • Headphone output
  • USB to host (Windows 8 or newer, Mac OS X 10.8 or newer)
available since November 2015
Item number 358343
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Colour Gray
Finish matt
Number of keys 88
Wooden Keyboard No
Ivory Feel Keyboard No
Pressure point simulation No
Keyboard cover No
Number of Sounds 16
Polyphony 64
Accompaniment No
Styles 0
Display Yes
Sequencer No
Learning function No
Bluetooth Audio No
Bluetooth Midi No
Half pedal possible No
Audio out Yes
Audio input Yes
Midi Interface VIA USB
USB to Host Yes
USB to Device No
Color Black
Sounds 16
Weight 31,0 kg
Speaker Power 2x 15 W
Size 1325 x 415 x 965 mm
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Great sound on a entry level piano
Anonymous 14.02.2017
The sound of this entry level piano is amazing, specially the piano sound. Nice keys, the color is a breath of fresh air from the old piano polished black and the learning functions are a must to students.
The sound is amazing, especially when recorded through the line output, being this what it makes it so special. It can make, somehow, some other digital pianos feel small in terms of quality, and even my tailed Yamaha is put to shame because of the sampling quality. The other sounds included feel ordinary, nothing to be talked but it?s also a bonus. Direct sound powerful enough for a room although lacks some low end but the definition is high, depending also where it will be played. The keys feel nice and weighted, you can feel the hammer action. There?s an USB socket for today?s demands and it?s nice to see some details have not been forgotten. Being primarily a student?s piano is wonderful to have metronome, internal recorder, stand and sustain pedal, though this last one it?s a little fragile. It?s a shame it doesn?t have midi in/out for connecting sound modules, controller or whatever, making it a sensible item to have in studio or stage.
All in all, I bought this one for a student of mine and we are not disappointed! I would strongly recommend it. Sometimes I feel that Hemingway made a better job than some major brands!


Great sound for a beginner piano
E***m 21.07.2021
Although you cannot compare this piano with an upright piano, that probably costs 5 times the price, it is very satisfactory for a new player. I would not recommend this to a person that has been playing for an excessive amount of time or a player that dabbles in classical repertoire.
In the end no electrical can replace a handcrafted upright piano, but this one is a very good product if you take into account the price you pay!


No good as a prictice Piano
Tunecreators 15.09.2022
I bought this after reading how good it was with the hammer action, for beginners. The hammer action is ok, however, the touch sensitivity is poor, varying levels of sound, and even dropping out. I noticed this from new, thought it was me, but no... I have played one key at a time too, to see if it was a sampling error... still the same.
Web support from Hemmingway.... try find it!
and lastly what Thomann say... Florian Kittke.."I'm sorry, but the touch response is generally very poor on this instrument."
Not his fault... and I like thomann, not having a go at Florian, bless him, it´s just before you buy one, think you should know


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Piano eléctrico
Ionic 29.07.2019
Uso el piano en casa, como un recurso para que todos (hay dos niñas de 4 a 6 años por aquí) vayamos aprediendo música sacando melodías, vocalizando...
El contrapesado de teclas, las funciones, las conexiones, la calidad del acabado es similar a pianos eléctricos que cuestan el triple.

No así el sonido, donde sí se nota la diferencia de precio con otros pianos eléctricos.

En todo caso un muy buen producto si consideramos el precio .