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vipoutlet via eBay [ebay.com] has Yamaha PSR-EW300FB 76 Key Portable Keyboard with Yamaha Adjustable X Style Stand and Yamaha SKB2 Survival Kit in Black for $161 + Free Shipping. Discount applied at checkout.

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I've been researching to buy for my daughter, and the biggest thing I've read time and time again is that you want a unit with weighted, touch responsive keys. I personally also want one with Bluetooth midi, because I think we'll both benefit from the Skoove training app.

So far I'm leaning towards the Williams Allegro III. 88 weighted keys, Bluetooth, great reviews and beautiful sound. Another that gets great reviews is the Casio CDP-S100. No Bluetooth, but everything else about it is amazing. Both can often be had in sale between $299-349.
$3,600 for 12 more keys. That's $300 per key. Yamaha wins for sure.

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This or a Kronos 88, I'm on the fence.
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This or a Kronos 88, I'm on the fence.
$3,600 for 12 more keys. That's $300 per key. Yamaha wins for sure.
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Guys if you see an 88 alternate please advise!


Im looking at Arturia Keylab 88 Essential but dont know anything about these keyboards. I want to use it with an iPad or PC.
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I bought a like new Kronos 88 off CL for about $1700 a few years ago, will never be able to use the amount of functions it's capable of
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Is it good for beginners learning ?
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Should I get this deal? I already ordered Alesis Melody 61 MKII | 61 Key Portable Keyboard

With chair for $110 Amazon. It's for my 8 year old and I know nothing about keyboard thanks.
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Is it good for beginners learning ?
This would be fine for a beginner to see how they like the piano. What it lacks is the feel of a real piano (this does not have weighted keys). For me, that's a deal breaker, but I've played for a very long time.
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Thanks. Any other piano in the price point with weighted keys ?
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Thanks. Any other piano in the price point with weighted keys ?
Simply put, no from a reputable brand.
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Guys if you see an 88 alternate please advise!


Im looking at Arturia Keylab 88 Essential but dont know anything about these keyboards. I want to use it with an iPad or PC.
I've been researching to buy for my daughter, and the biggest thing I've read time and time again is that you want a unit with weighted, touch responsive keys. I personally also want one with Bluetooth midi, because I think we'll both benefit from the Skoove training app.

So far I'm leaning towards the Williams Allegro III. 88 weighted keys, Bluetooth, great reviews and beautiful sound. Another that gets great reviews is the Casio CDP-S100. No Bluetooth, but everything else about it is amazing. Both can often be had in sale between $299-349.
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I bought a like new Kronos 88 off CL for about $1700 a few years ago, will never be able to use the amount of functions it's capable of
Kronos 1st generation or 2nd? I'm guessing 1st. Great price for a 2nd gen, otherwise.
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I've had 2 keyboards sitting in my Amazon cart for a while. Not sure if anyone here can provide a reliable 2nd opinion.

1. Alesis Recital 61 key
2. Yamaha NP12 61 key

Both are $199 (I saw the Alesis drop to $179 randomly one day but missed it). I know it's not necessarily the same as the OP's deal, but both of these seem like they're very reputable, especially for a beginner.
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