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Kawai ES100 88-Key Digital Stage Piano

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Product Description

The value of this 88-key digital piano is truly remarkable! With a top quality graded hammer key action and 88-note piano sampling, the Kawai ES100 is perfect for any player who wants a portable piano with great feel and sound. Features like dual and split modes, 19 sounds including 8 exceptional piano sounds and built-in stereo speakers separate the ES100 from the rest!

Kawai ES100 88-Key Digital Stage Piano Features

  • Harmonic Imaging sound technology
  • 88-key piano sampling
  • AHAIV-F Graded-hammer action
  • Easy to use 3-Song built-in Recorder
  • 19 sounds, including 8 exceptional piano sounds
  • 100 drum rhythms in a variety of musical styles with the metronome feature
  • Dual and Split modes
  • Save your favorite sounds and setting into one of four memories for instant recall
  • 192-Note Polyphony
  • Built-in Alfred piano lessons
  • Damper Pedal with half-dampering
  • Built-in stereo speaker system
  • Available matching stand and pedal assembly
The ES100 utilizes Kawai’s acclaimed Harmonic Imaging Sound Technology, featuring 88-key piano sampling, to create its impressive piano sound.

The feel of the ES100 is outstanding, thanks to the Advanced Hammer Action IV (AHAIV-F), an 88-note, graded hammer action with superb feel and sensitivity.

Dual and Split Modes
The ES100 has a Dual Mode in which two sounds are played at the same time. With the Split function, one sound is assigned to the left side of the keyboard while another sound is assigned to the right side.

Quality Damper Pedal
The ES100 features a piano-like damper pedal with half-damper capability, a quality feature not found with most budget digital pianos.

The ES100 comes with MIDI jacks useful for connecting with other musical instruments and computer, plus two headphone jacks that allow a teacher, parent or duet partner to listen in.

Product Specifications
Kawai ES100 88-Key Digital Stage Piano Specifications
  • Keyboard: 88 Weighted Keys
  • Action: Advanced Hammer Action IV-F (AHA IV-F)
  • Sound Source: Harmonic Imaging (HI),88-Key Piano Sampling
  • Internal Sounds (19): Concert Grand, Concert Grand 2, Studio Grand, Studio Grand 2, Mellow Grand, Mellow Grand 2, Modern Piano, Rock Piano, Classic E.Piano, 60's E. Piano, Modern E.Piano, Jazz Organ, Church Organ, Harpsichord, Vibraphone, String Ensemble, Slow String, Wood Bass, Electric Bass
  • Max. Polyphony: 192
  • Reverb: Room, Small Hall, Concert Hall, Off
  • Sound Settings: Damper Resonance, Voicing, Fall-back Noise, Damper Noise, Brilliance, Table EQ
  • Internal Recorder: 3 Song, 1-Track — 15000 Notes (approx.)
  • Registration: 4 Memories
  • Lesson Function: Alfred Basic 1A and 1B
  • Demo Songs: 12 Songs
  • Keyboard Modes: Dual Mode (with adjustable volume balance), Split Mode (with adjustable volume balance)
  • Other Functions: Transpose, Tuning, Temperament, Speakers On/Off, User Memory, Factory Reste, Auto Power Off
  • MIDI Functions: Transmit MIDI Program Change, MIDI Channel, Local Control, Multi-timbral Mode
  • Jacks: MIDI (IN/OUT), Damper (for F-10H), Headphones x 2
  • Speakers: 8 cm x 2
  • Output Power: 7 W x 2
  • Included Accessories: F-10H Damper Pedal (with half-pedal support), Music Rest, AC Power Adaptor
  • Options: HML-1 Stand, F-350 Pedal
  • Dimensions (WxDxH): 51.6 x 11.2 x 5.7 inches
  • Weight: 33 lbs.
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Ease of Use
I'm not giving it back...
What is your overall opinion of this product?
I really like it, but it took a little getting used to.
What is your opinion of the quality of this product? How does it work for different genres of music?
Quality seems good - no problems so far.
Ease of Use
How user friendly is it? Would it work well for a beginner, intermediate or experienced player?
If all you want to do is play piano, it's easy. But other features - layers, splits, alternate sounds - are hidden under multiple button presses with no LCD screen for visual feedback. It works, but it's challenging to get there.
Are the features on the product what you were expecting? What are your favorite features?
Surprise - there is no mono out, like to feed a PA system. In fact, there are no outputs at all, other than "headphone." I'm using one of the headphone outs, but you have to use BOTH left/right channels. One side by itself sounds mysteriously out of tune.
How is the sound quality? How does the sound compare to other products you've use?
Piano sound is awesome if you take it "stereo" into a stereo PA. Good comments from other musicians in the audience. Lots of mid-range clarity. Other sounds usable; fine, but not outstanding.
How is the feel of the keys? Are the controls laid out well?
Well, it's a portable "slab" piano, but I'd say the action is well above average. I've been using Kurzweil and Casio, and this is better. Other adjustment controls are so well hidden that you need the manual in one hand.
Did you get what you were expecting for the price? How does it compare to similar products in the same price range?
It's very good value for the price, especially considering the good piano sound. Competing brands are easier to operate, but don't sound as good.
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