Kawai digital pianos are created by Kawai Musical Instruments Manufacturing Co. Ltd. which was established in Japan in 1927.
Kawai started out building acoustic pianos, but now makes a variety of impressive digital pianos. Offering over a dozen digital piano options, Kawai has pianos for players of any skill level, as well as pianos well suited for schools or churches.
Two of Kawais most economical digital piano options are the CL25 model and the CE200 model. The Kawai CL25 digital piano is slim, yet still stylish and very clear in sound with its harmonic imaging sound technology and 8 instrument sounds, while the Kawai CE200 has a bit more to offer with 20 instrument sounds as well as 96-note polyphony, a decent step above the CL25s 72-note polyphony, as well as split, dual, and four-hands modes.
Kawais CN series of digital pianos are an excellent choice of those looking for a great value. The Kawai CN23 and CN33 models are on the lower end of the CN series, yet they still offer great value with their unique features including Alfred piano lessons built right in. The CN42, however, packs in a lot more for the value. Their features include 192-note polyphony, a 16-track recorder, and 310 instrument sounds, along with 9 different drum kits.
Kawai also offers digital pianos for professional musicians from their MP series of Professional Stage Pianos and their two models, ES6 and EP3, of Portable Digital Pianos. Both the MP5 and the MP8II of Kawais MP series have 192-note polyphony, 256 instrument sounds, and 256 user set ups. The EP3 Portable Digital Piano has a powerful speaker system built within it along with bass-reflex enclosures as does the EP6 model. Both of these Kawai digital pianos also are available with an optional road case and designer stand for ease when using as your on-the-go instrument.
Kawais other digital piano offerings include the impressive Concert Performer series of ensemble pianos including the CA63 and CA93 which have a hymn player function, as well as 2 hours of classical piano music, and 176 Concert Magic Songs.
The final, highest end line of Kawai digital pianos is the Concert Performer series which feature large grey scale touch displays (on the CP119 and CP139 models) and large color displays (on the CP179 and CP209 models), as well as featuring hundreds of songs, 16-track recorders, and dozens of Concert Magic Songs.
From the lowest end to the highest end of Kawai digital pianos, the company maintains quality and value for each one of their instruments. Kawais line of digital pianos offer something for pianists of any level or experience, with their value packed, economical, top performance, and high quality lines of digital pianos. Including digital upright pianos, digital grand pianos, and digital stage pianos, Kawais variety of digital piano series offer an option for anyone from aspiring pianists to well seasoned musicians.