Kawai KDP-120 B

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Digital Piano

  • Responsive Hammer Compact II (RHCII) keyboard with 88 weighted keys and three sensors
  • Harmonic imaging (HI)
  • Shigeru Kawai SK-EX concert grand piano sound with new Low Balance Volume feature for intelligent sound adjustment at low volume
  • Virtual Technician Smart Mode
  • 15 sounds
  • 192-note polyphony
  • Lesson function
  • Dual function
  • Four-hand mode
  • Metronome
  • Transposer
  • 15 demo songs
  • Internal recorder (three songs, 10,000 notes)
  • Key cover
  • Three pedals
  • Bluetooth MIDI
  • USB to host
  • Two headphone inputs
  • 2 x 20 W speaker system
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1360 x 405 x 855 mm
  • Weight: 37 kg
  • Colour: Premium Black Satin
  • PS-154 power supply included
Available since May 2021
Item number 515771
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Colour Black
Finish Opaco
Number of keys 88
Wooden Keys No
Ivory Feel Keyboard No
Pressure point simulation No
Keyboard cover Yes
Sounds 15
Polyphony 192
Arranger No
Styles 0
Display No
Sequencer Yes
Learn mode No
Bluetooth Audio No
Bluetooth Midi Yes
"Half-pedal" option Yes
Audio out No
Audio input No
Midi Interface VIA USB
USB to Host Yes
USB to Device No
Speaker Power 2x 20 W
Size 1360 x 405 x 855
Weight 37,0 kg
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11.690 kr
Including VAT; Excluding kr290 shipping
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19 Customer ratings

4.3 / 5

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14 Reviews

Leclaire 23.05.2021
Although I think overall it does deserve 4 stars just considering the quality and the price range, I am personally disappointed by this piano. It was easy to put together, even on my own, although I would recommend two people if that can be easily arranged.

The feel is great and high quality. Both of the construction as well as the keyboard and keys. No complaints there.

The speaker quality is also great.

The functions it has are great, I'm not missing anything.

However, there is one really big problem for me, which might also be due to having too high expectations. In the grand piano mode, some notes sounds VERY unrealistic especially sustained. It sounds really like a digital piano, like I'm playing an organ almost, instead of a grand piano. I am really bothered by it as I mostly just play piano music and don't use all the other instrument options. I want a good sounding piano sound! So in that area, Kawai has disappointed me. But also, I have high standards, and might be expecting too much for the price. I don't have much experience with digital pianos. I had a much cheaper Kawai CDP 130 before, and never noticed this unrealistic sound this badly.


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Beatlebaum 16.12.2022
Beautiful instrument. Sounds incredible and looks great.


Clyde123 13.07.2023
I'm very disappointed in this piano. The sound on this piano is absolutely terrible, the piano sound is very unrealistic and unclear, it doesn't help the fact that the speakers are pointed towards the ground as well. The feeling of the keys also do not shine, feels very plastic and cheap. For this price range this is an absolute scam, you basically pay for the build itself, terrible piano...


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Erstaunliches gutes Spielgefühl
John Zorn 14.05.2021
Das Spielgefühl ist wirklich beeindruckend für diese Preisklasse.
In den letzten Jahren hat sich bei digitalen Pianos scheinbar wirklich viel getan. Der 3-fache Sensor der Tasten ist für Anfänger wahrscheinlich nicht allzu relevant, aber eine gut umgesetzte Funktion für Pianisten mit etwas mehr Erfahrung.
Die Bedienung ist simpel und unterscheidet sich nicht groß von anderen digitalen Pianos (Roland, Yamaha z.B.). Überrascht hat mich die Pedaleinheit, welche einen sehr realistischen Widerstand besitzt.
Der Sound ist erwartungsgemäß gut, vor allem die der Tasteninstrumente. Die Streicher sind wie bei allen digitalen Pianos vor allem für den Dual-Layer-Modus ausgelegt. Einzeln klingen sie schon etwas künstlich. Aber da man sich ein solches Gerät nicht wegen der Streicher-Sounds kauft, sollte das kein Problem sein.
Die Verarbeitung ist sehr gut und das Piano sieht edel aus, selbst in einem nicht so großen Zimmer.
Ich persönlich werde die umfangreichen Funktionen wahrscheinlich bei weitem nicht alle benutzen, aber gut umgesetzt sind sie allesamt und es bieten sich ausreichende Varianten, wie man das Klavierspiel verbessern kann.
Der Aufbau des Pianos ist simpel und man kann es in 30 Minuten gut schaffen.
Thomann hat die Pakete (als Set) sehr zuverlässig verpackt und versendet.


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