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Kawai ES110 88-Key Portable Digital Piano (Stylish Black) EXPIRED

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Adorama has Kawai ES110 88-Key Portable Digital Piano (Stylish Black) on sale for $549. Shipping is free.

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Note: Price may show $699 on product page; add to cart and in-cart price will be $549.

Features:
  • Harmonic Imaging Sound Technology
  • 88-Key Piano Sampling
  • Responsive Hammer Compact Action, 88 Weighted Keys
  • 19 Sounds, Including 8 Exceptional Piano Sounds
  • Bluetooth MIDI
  • Dual and Split Keyboard Modes
  • 192-Note Polyphony
  • Built-in Alfred Piano Lessons
  • Damper Pedal with Half-Dampering
  • Built-in Stereo Speaker System
  • Kawai 3 Year Parts and Labor Warranty
What's in the box:
  • Kawai ES110 88-Key Portable Digital Piano
  • F-10H Damper Pedal with Half-Pedal Support
  • Music Rest
  • AC Power Adapter
  • Owner's Manual

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    • At the time of this posting, Our research indicates that Kawai ES110 88-Key Portable Digital Piano (Stylish Black) is $150 lower (21.5% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $699.
    • This price is slightly lower than a recent Frontpage deal and matches the lowest price we've seen for this product (last Frontpaged at this price in February 2020).
  • About this Product:
    • 4.5 out of 5 stars rating at Amazon
  • About this Store:
    • Return Policy: 30 Days; view Adorama return policy here. -StrawMan86
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Oh ho... Instant replay... Big Grin
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I've been looking at pianos for a while and thought about this one before, although the Yamaha DGX-670 is like the hot new piano in this price range. Can anybody speak to how the 670 would compare to this? (Presuming one is willing to wait for the 670 to come back in stock)
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Quote from probablyunderground :
I've been looking at pianos for a while and thought about this one before, although the Yamaha DGX-670 is like the hot new piano in this price range. Can anybody speak to how the 670 would compare to this? (Presuming one is willing to wait for the 670 to come back in stock)
The action beats the 670's GHS by a hair, but the sound setup on the 670 both hardware and software greatly exceeds what the es110 is packed with.

For a beginner you can argue, well 670 is more powerful, but the more advanced features arn't necessarily useful right away.

I Think they're both good value at their respective price points.

If you're going the VST route, connecting to a PC, then this may be a better choice than dgx670.

Otherwise, for out of the box fun stuff, dgx670 is the better kit, (that said, out of stock everywhere).
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I played this at a friend's house for few years. Friend is a pro and i am beginner-intermediate. Recently bought Korg B2 and pkaying over 2 weeks now. My take; Kawai has very different and mild tone compare to Korg that requires good pedal and finger hammering control whereas Korg sounds just right even if you lake finger strength. The speakers in B2 itself are worth the price, it sounds so full that keeps motivating beginners. Hammer action on Kawai feels much better but if you practice in any Piano you will surely overcome any shortfall in action.
Kawai has more instruments but I purely play Piano hence B2 is sufficient for me at my level.

Just my 2 cents.
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I can't believe I'm still waiting for my Roland F-701 that was supposed to ship February... I really want to buy this or a KORG and just cancel the Roland.
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Too bad no deals on Roland Ax-Edge Keytars. But this is a good deal.
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I can't believe I'm still waiting for my Roland F-701 that was supposed to ship February... I really want to buy this or a KORG and just cancel the Roland.
Well if you want F701, then you'd swap for an ES520 or 920. nod

I think the Korg c1 and g1 are really overpriced and dated for this bracket.
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This vs yamaha p125
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Quote from itsuxdud :
This vs yamaha p125
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f...rriamMusic
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This vs yamaha p125
At this price no brainer, get the es110. Do remember with es110 you will need a midi to usb adapter to connect to tablet/ pc apps.

If you really like the p125 sound though, that could still make the difference for you personally.
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iconian in the streets, Kawai in the sheets
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This or the Korg B2?
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This or the Korg B2?
Read my post earlier. I am begginner-intermediate and like B2 very much over this. And the price difference made my wallet happy too.
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