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Digital Piano

  • Responsive Hammer Compact Action (RH-C) Keyboard with 88 weighted keys and Harmonic Imaging sounds
  • 8 Piano sounds + 11 more sounds (strings etc.)
  • Bluetooth MIDI technology
  • 192-Voice polyphony
  • 100 Rhythms
  • Transposing
  • Metronome
  • Internal recorder
  • Damper resonance
  • Dual mode
  • Split mode
  • 12 Demo songs
  • Learning function
  • 2 Headphone jacks
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • Line Out (L / Mono, R)
  • MIDI In / Out
  • Power supply socket
  • Speaker system: 2x 7 W
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1312 x 286 x 145 mm
  • Dimensions with HML-1 (not included): 1312 (W) x 286 (D) x 820 (H) mm
  • Weight: 12 kg
  • Colour: White
  • Includes F-10H sustain pedal, note stand and power supply PS-129
Number Of Keys 88
Hammer Action Keys Yes
Number of simultaneous Voices 192
Number Of Sounds 19
Effects Yes
Speaker Yes
Headphone Outputs 2
Sequencer No
Metronome Yes
Master keyboard function No
Pitch Bend No
Modulation Wheel No
Split Zones 1
Layer Function Yes
MIDI interface Yes
Item number 405445
£495
Free shipping incl. VAT
In stock within 6-8 weeks
In stock within 6-8 weeks

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Increadibly realistic piano sound, excellent keyboard (almost like real)
Branimir 11.03.2018
I was looking for few days what to buy and between Yamaha P115, Roland FP30 and Kawai ES110, I decided to buy Kawai. I have read many reviews on youtube and googled.
I am very happy! Sound of piano is really great, better then Yamaha (a little) and Roland (pretty much). Reviews on youtube were right that this is the best digital piano in this price range. I found some negative thoughts about uneven key spacing and rattling key sound - that is not true, on my ES110 everything is all right. I suppose that that was problem on some older series.

About features, there are a lot of parameters that you can set on this piano, really useful. You can tune piano sound, manipulate with speakers and use EQ built in. Keyboard is just great! Almost like real one (95%). The best keyboard I tried when going through shops.
Pedal is also very realistic, great quality and has decent weight (so it's stable on floor).
I would like to have android app but at this moment it's only available on apple ipad. I think that Kawai is working on android platform, so it should be soon available.
Speakers are 2x7W, just enough for my 18 m2 room, but if you have larger room you will probably prefer external monitor speakers just to have even more enjoyable sound.
I plan to make my own piano stand. You should also buy Kawai DC88 L dust cover since digital pianos are sensitive on dust after some time (can create problem inside with keyboard electronics if there is too much dust in your environment).
Buy this and enjoy :)
(looks like piano price increased 10% after I bought, seven days ago)
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Good for the price
whateverandever 02.03.2020
Good looking, very nice sound, metronome, tempo and other more advanced setting are under keyboard keys an there are no labels so initially you have to use paper reference/manual to use them.
Keyboard keys are somewhat too bouncy/loose so after releasing the finger they are jumping a bit.
Anyways, very good piano for the prices. One of the best in this price range.
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nice :)
wietrzynski.j 03.12.2017
Some keys gently rub against each other, but the rest is oki.
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Kawai ES-110 W - der erste Eindruck
Hanns-Klaus 15.06.2017
Nach Erfahrungen mit dem Yamaha DGX 640, vorwiegend als E-Piano im Einsatz, suchte ich nach einem geeigneten Instrument für Live-Auftritte: gut zu transportieren, authentische Tastatur, übersichtliche Bedienoberfläche, gute Klavier- und E-Piano-Sounds, eine ansprechende Optik und nicht zuletzt zweckmäßige und sinnvoll angeordnete Anschlüsse.

+ Die Anschlüsse:

2 Kopfhöreranschlüsse für Lehrer und Schüler links vorne, was einen geräuschlosen Unterricht auch ohne zusätzlichen Aufwand wie z.B. den Einsatz eines Y-Adapters erlaubt.

2 Klinkenausgänge 6,3 mm auf der Rückseite (R/L), für Bühneneinsätze ein MUSS

+ Das Gewicht:

Instrumente mit vergleichbarem oder höherem Comfort
bringen mit gewichteter Tastatur schnell mal 20 kg und mehr auf die Waage. Hier glänzt das ES-110 W mit sensationellen 12 kg.

+ Die Lautsprecher:

Beim ES-110 W strahlen die Lautsprecher nach unten ab, wohlklingend und mit 2 x 9 Watt für kleinere Events voll ausreichend. Mein persönlicher Favorit: der Wurlitzer-Sound.

+/- Die Tastatur:

Erfordert eine gewisse Einspielzeit, muss aber einen Vergleich nicht scheuen.

- Die Bedienoberfläche:

Übersichtlich gestaltet, allerdings fehlt ein Display. Das Einstellen von Parametern im Bühneneinsatz über Tastenkombinationen gleicht einem Roulette-Spiel.

+ Die Optik:

Das ES-110 W in weißem Finish ist ein Hingucker. Alles in Allem für die Bühne ein empfehlenswertes Teil.

Hanns-Klaus
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