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Korg LP-180 88 Keys Digital Piano (Black or White) EXPIRED

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Adorama has Korg LP-180 88 Keys Digital Piano (Black or White, LP180BK/WH) for $549. Shipping is free.

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  • Korg LP-180 88 Keys Digital Piano
  • External Power Supply
  • Stand (with Assembly Hardware)
  • Pedal Unit
  • Pedal Cable
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  • 88 Keys
  • Natural Weighted Hammer Action
  • 3 Levels of Key Touch Control
  • 10 Sounds
  • Piano, EP, Organ, Vibraphone, Strings
  • Effects
  • 3-Pedal Unit
  • Dual Headphone Jacks
  • Dual Amplifiers and Speakers
  • Slim Design

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That's not really in the same realm of competition. The keyfeel is much less realistic (and less consistent), the sound is less realistic, the speakers are lower quality, and there is no key cover (which can make a huge difference in the longevity of your piano by keeping dust out of the sensors).

If you want a new furniture-style digital piano, this Korg 180 is probably about as cheap as you can go and still get a high quality instrument. Its big brother, the Korg LP-380, is probably the value sweet spot when it is on sale for $800, because it has Korg's best action (the same one they use in pianos that cost thousands of dollars).

If action is your main priority but $800 is too much, the Casio PX-770 (now on sale for $600) is in the same ballpark. Which is not to say that the 180 piano has *bad* keyfeel--it is definitely better than the Costco Artesia and the Costco Roland--just that it is slightly less realistic than the LP-380 or the Casio PX-770.

When you're shopping for digital pianos, look up reviews on YouTube so you can listen to what they sound like. I strongly prefer the Korg sound to the Casio sound, but others may disagree. Taste is personal--you may even prefer the Artesia!

Of course, don't forget to think about what each piano would look like in your space, and how you would use it. Do you want a music stand that is a part of your key cover, like on every Korg? That means that you have a very wide music stand when the cover is open, but must remove all of your sheet music in order to close the cover. It's great if you want maximum space to spread out your music, but annoying if you want to leave a book or iPad out and play a few minutes on a whim every day.

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Can think of this as their B2 inside a furniture stand.
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Can think of this as their B2 inside a furniture stand.
B2 only comes with a single pedal. Can you plug a 3-pedal into a B2?
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B2 only comes with a single pedal. Can you plug a 3-pedal into a B2?
B2SP is the B2 on a furniture stand.

And yes it can do 3 pedals.
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Any experts can suggest if this better thn the costco roland FP10 https://www.costco.com/roland-frp...19453.html
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Any experts can suggest if this better thn the costco roland FP10 https://www.costco.com/roland-frp...19453.html
I'm no expert, but I was looking at a beginner piano for my son. My local costco had the Roland. I tried it and made the decision to go with Korg B2SP (Basically B2 with furniture stand). Now every time I went to Costco and they had the Roland on display again, I tried again and always felt I made a good decision. I dont know about the LP-180 and 380 but think they are supposed to be better than the B2.
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I'm no expert, but I was looking at a beginner piano for my son. My local costco had the Roland. I tried it and made the decision to go with Korg B2SP (Basically B2 with furniture stand). Now every time I went to Costco and they had the Roland on display again, I tried again and always felt I made a good decision. I dont know about the LP-180 and 380 but think they are supposed to be better than the B2.
What about this one from Costco

https://www.costco.com/artesia-ha...ue&nf=true
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What about this one from Costco

https://www.costco.com/artesia-ha...ue&nf=true [costco.com]
That's not really in the same realm of competition. The keyfeel is much less realistic (and less consistent), the sound is less realistic, the speakers are lower quality, and there is no key cover (which can make a huge difference in the longevity of your piano by keeping dust out of the sensors).

If you want a new furniture-style digital piano, this Korg 180 is probably about as cheap as you can go and still get a high quality instrument. Its big brother, the Korg LP-380, is probably the value sweet spot when it is on sale for $800, because it has Korg's best action (the same one they use in pianos that cost thousands of dollars).

If action is your main priority but $800 is too much, the Casio PX-770 (now on sale for $600) is in the same ballpark. Which is not to say that the 180 piano has *bad* keyfeel--it is definitely better than the Costco Artesia and the Costco Roland--just that it is slightly less realistic than the LP-380 or the Casio PX-770.

When you're shopping for digital pianos, look up reviews on YouTube so you can listen to what they sound like. I strongly prefer the Korg sound to the Casio sound, but others may disagree. Taste is personal--you may even prefer the Artesia!

Of course, don't forget to think about what each piano would look like in your space, and how you would use it. Do you want a music stand that is a part of your key cover, like on every Korg? That means that you have a very wide music stand when the cover is open, but must remove all of your sheet music in order to close the cover. It's great if you want maximum space to spread out your music, but annoying if you want to leave a book or iPad out and play a few minutes on a whim every day.
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Merp. Previous replies on the same question I asked evaded me yesterday. 🤦🏼
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Can think of this as their B2 inside a furniture stand.
I guess,... if you want to call that cheap ugly box thing furniture, lol.
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That's not really in the same realm of competition. The keyfeel is much less realistic (and less consistent), the sound is less realistic, the speakers are lower quality, and there is no key cover (which can make a huge difference in the longevity of your piano by keeping dust out of the sensors).

If you want a new furniture-style digital piano, this Korg 180 is probably about as cheap as you can go and still get a high quality instrument. Its big brother, the Korg LP-380, is probably the value sweet spot when it is on sale for $800, because it has Korg's best action (the same one they use in pianos that cost thousands of dollars).

If action is your main priority but $800 is too much, the Casio PX-770 (now on sale for $600) is in the same ballpark. Which is not to say that the 180 piano has *bad* keyfeel--it is definitely better than the Costco Artesia and the Costco Roland--just that it is slightly less realistic than the LP-380 or the Casio PX-770.

When you're shopping for digital pianos, look up reviews on YouTube so you can listen to what they sound like. I strongly prefer the Korg sound to the Casio sound, but others may disagree. Taste is personal--you may even prefer the Artesia!

Of course, don't forget to think about what each piano would look like in your space, and how you would use it. Do you want a music stand that is a part of your key cover, like on every Korg? That means that you have a very wide music stand when the cover is open, but must remove all of your sheet music in order to close the cover. It's great if you want maximum space to spread out your music, but annoying if you want to leave a book or iPad out and play a few minutes on a whim every day.
Can you comment on this vs Casio PX-S3000. I understand it doesn't have furniture.
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Can you comment on this vs Casio PX-S3000. I understand it doesn't have furniture.
The 3000 is significantly stronger than the lp180 terms of functions and sound quality at $500.

The 3000's action much like this lp180 has love hate crowds on the internet. If you can make it to the store and try the B2 and 3000, you'll have a better idea of which you'd like more.

The kdp75 deal right now though, that's also a good choice.
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The 3000 is significantly stronger than the lp180 terms of functions and sound quality at $500.

The 3000's action much like this lp180 has love hate crowds on the internet. If you can make it to the store and try the B2 and 3000, you'll have a better idea of which you'd like more.

The kdp75 deal right now though, that's also a good choice.
Thanks! I won't be going to a store though. Which of the 3 would you buy? I used to play like 20 years ago so I'd just be starring up again and will be letting my 7 yo play and learn. I was leaning towards one with furniture since it'll be in one spot
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