These days, digital piano's are becoming increasingly alike their acoustic cousins, but without the drawbacks of taking up so much space and needing to be retuned. The ability to have a volume control is also a huge advantage. To this effects, Kawai have once again produced an instrument of beauty and authenticity, the Kawai CN25 Digital Piano.
Kawai have incorporated their RH3 action that replicates to the smallest detail, the touch response and sensation that you would find on high-end grand pianos. This is complimented with a triple sensor key detection system that will translate your touch to the progressive harmonic imaging system sound engine. The result for you, the player means that every aspect of your performance is presented with stunning accuracy and detail, making this one of the best digital piano's to play on the market today.
Equal attention has been paid to the 'grand feel' pedal system, which supports half-peddling techniques, identical to that of a grand piano.
Versatile sound engine
Kawai make sure that only the best sounds go into their digital piano's and the CN25 boasts a range of concert and studio grand piano's, as well as rich electric pianos. You will also find a range of organs, strings, choirs and synth pads too. These sounds can be layered together thanks to the 'dual' mode, or you can split the keyboard to have different sounds for each hand.
Songs to inspire
Not only does the CN25 have a range of 19 demo songs to show off the internal sounds, but you also have 40 concert magic songs that make ideal background music for social gatherings. For younger learners or for those simply wishing to improve their playing skill, the CN25 comes with a total of 240 lessons from Beyer, Czerny, Burgmüller and Alfred books. The Kawai CN25 will make the accomplished pianist sound superb and will help learners become advanced players over time, all with a sprinkle of fun.
The Kawai CN25 features the ability to record songs that will enhance your playing enjoyment and allow you to critique your performance. The CN25’s useful recorder allows up to three songs to be stored in internal memory and played back at the touch of a button.
The CN25 also includes a USB-to-host jack to connect the CN25 any computer if so desired to be used in conjunction with recording software. There is also a set of traditional MIDI plugs too so you can connect the CN25 to a synthesizer if required.
The Kawai CN25 has a huge amount of high quality specifications for this price range. A strong, compact and beautiful cabinet houses some incredible technology that is all aimed at giving you one of the best playing experiences available today.
Manufacturer Kawai Model CN25 Dimensions(WxDxH) 1356 x 401 x 858mm Weight 42Kg Colour Satin Black Keyboard RH3 action, 88 weighted keys with Ivory Touch surface, Let-Off simulation, 3 sensor system and individually weighted keys Sound Source Progressive Harmonic Imaging System (88 keys sampling) Keyboard Modes Whole, Split, Dual Internal Sounds Concert Grand, Concert Grand 2, Studio Grand, Studio Grand 2, Mellow Grand, Mellow Grand 2, Modern Piano, Rock Piano, Classic E.Piano, Modern E.Piano, Jazz Organ, Church Organ, Harpsichord, Vibraphone, String Ensemble, Slow Strings, Choir, New Age Pad, Atmosphere Internal Songs Lessons: 240 songs: Beyer, Czerny, Burgmüller and Alfred Piano books Concert Magic: 40 Songs Demo Songs: 19 Polyphony 192 Note Effects Reverb: Room, Lounge, Small Hall, Live Hall, Concert Hall, Cathedral Sequencer 3 Songs, max. 10.000 notes Other Functions Transpose Tuning Brilliance MIDI Channel Local Control Multi-timbral mode Transmit Program Change Number Auto Power Off Speakers 2 x 12cm Output Power 20 Watts x 2
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