Kawai Novus NV-5

Hybrid digital piano

  • Millennium III hybrid piano action with 88 keys, graduated ABS hammers and damper action
  • Integrated Hammer Sensing System (IHSS) with non-contact optical sensors
  • Acrylic/phenol key veneers
  • Harmonic Imaging XL: 88 Key sampling
  • SK-EX concert grand piano
  • 10 Rendering characters
  • 88 Sounds
  • Dual, split and four-hand mode
  • Polyphony maximum 256 notes
  • Resonance depth
  • Ambience
  • Reverb
  • Effects
  • Key-off effect
  • Damper resonance
  • Damper noise
  • String resonance
  • Internal recorder
  • USB Recorder (MP3/WAV)
  • 39 Demo songs
  • 29 Piano music songs
  • 176 Concert Magic songs
  • Lesson function
  • Bluetooth MIDI
  • Bluetooth audio
  • Bluetooth (Ver. 4.0. GATT compatible)
  • 5" LCD touch screen (480 x 800 pixels)
  • Line in (stereo mini jack)
  • Line in controller
  • Line out (stereo mini jack)
  • 2x headphone (stereo mini jack and 6.3 mm stereo jack)
  • MIDI (in / out)
  • USB to host
  • USB to device
  • Sustain (half pedal capable)
  • Soft
  • Sostenuto
  • Grand Feel pedal system
  • Loudspeaker system with 3x 45 W
  • Dimensions: 1490 x 460 x 1100 mm
  • Weight: 113 kg
  • Colour: Black, polished

Further Information

Design Black
Finish High Gloss
Wooden Keys Yes
Polyphony 256
Sounds 88
Storage Medium USB to Device, USB to Host
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A true instrument for musicians...
C_rescendo, 08.03.2020
I bought this instrument for my daughter who is a singer and singing teacher. She has a little house where every inch matters. That's why we aimed for an upright but then I came across the new NV-5 which is a "slimmer" version of an acoustic upright and, at the same time, aesthetically very appealing hybrid alternative. After several months I can say that this instrument is a blessing for everyone involved. The sound of it exceeds all expectations. You can really feel this instrument as you play it, much like a real piano. Plus, you have the benefit of choosing and tweaking the piano sound exactly to your liking. Everybody in the family liked playing it instantaneously and it has been in vast demand ever since. The only little downside is that the pedal (that really mecanically affects the action) makes little creaking sounds (that's the 4 stars for quality). Apart from that a clear thumbs up for all prospective buyers!
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