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Kawai KDP80 Digital Piano in Rosewood. DEMO MODEL

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 Advanced Hammer Action IV-F with Acoustic Reaction™ technology 
Number of Sounds  15 
Polyphony  96 
Recorder  1 song, 1 track recorder – 7,500 notes 
Output Power  20W x 2 speakers 
Speakers  2 x 12cm 
Pedals  Damper (with half-pedal support), Sostenuto, Soft 
Dimensions  136(W) x 40(D) x 85(H) cm 
Weight  37kg  


The Advanced Hammer Action IV-F keyboard has been developed to represent the distinctive touch of a traditional grand piano, with its remarkable springless design providing consistent upward and downward motion for a smooth, more natural, piano playing experience. Moreover, just as acoustic pianos utilise heavier bass hammers and lighter treble hammers, the AHA IV-F keyboard also employs different hammer weights, appropriately graded for each playing range. Such attention to detail allows greater stability during fortissimo passages, while preserving delicate pianissimo control, to satisfy the demands of even the most discerning pianist. 



3 Pedals
The 3 featured pedals in the pedal board allow simulation of fine acoustic piano playing.





The authentic sound of KAWAI digital pianos begins with the world renowned KAWAI EX Concert grand piano. Placed inside an anechoic chamber, free of audio reflections, the rich sound of this world class instrument is meticulously analysed and recorded by our Master Piano Artisans. The acoustic portrait of each note is later transformed into a precise three dimensional digital representation, employing KAWAI’ s proprietary Harmonic Imaging™ technology. This unique process faithfully reproduces the broad dynamic range of the original grand piano, from subtle pianissimos to thunderous fortissimos.

The convenient lesson feature allows aspiring pianists to learn the piano using a built-in collection of etudes from Alfred's Piano Courses. The left and right hand parts of each piece can be practiced separately, adjusting the tempo to perfect difficult passages, before being recorded and played back for self-evaluation

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