Kawai ES110 88-key Digital Stage Piano

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88 out of 100. Incorporating 70+ ratings and reviews.

Street Price: 

$699
Kawai ES110 88-key Digital Stage Piano

Meta Analysis Overview

Our rating of 88/100 is based on analysis of 70+ sources comprised of online reviews and discussions. Under the Pros and Cons headings below you'll find a condensed analysis of what those owners and users have been saying. Feel free to ask questions or add your thoughts in the comments section.

Kawai's ES110 is a versatile digital piano with interesting features.

It has 88 grade weighted hammer action keys that lets you play with its 19 different voices.

It also comes with built-in reverb for adding realistic air to your sound.

Student friendly features include built-in lessons mode, song recorder and rhythm.

It also comes with MIDI compatibility, for working with other MIDI devices, and it comes with built-in Bluetooth connectivity for wireless connection with your computer and smart devices.

Features:

  • Keys: 88 Grade Weighted Hammer Action
  • Speaker System: 2 x 7W Amplifier and 2 x 4.72" Speakers
  • Pedal: F-10H Damper Pedal
  • Presets: 19 Voices
  • Effects: Reverbs (Room, Small Hall, Concert Hall)
  • Polyphony: 192
  • Functions: Song Recorder (15,000 note memory), 100 Drum Rhythms, 12 Demo Songs, Bluetooth Compatibility, MIDI Compatibility, Lesson Mode
  • Audio Output: 2 x 1/4"
  • MIDI I/O: 5-Pin
  • Power Supply: AC/DC Adapter
  • Stand: Furniture Stand
  • Dimensions: 5.75" x 51.6 x 11.30"
  • Weight: 26.45 lbs

Pros

Fantastic is a one word adjective that nicely sums up what many feel about the Kawaii ES110. From its concert grand piano sound to its hammer action keys, users have many good things to say. There are some who also commended the addition of Bluetooth connectivity, which they use to interface with apps like Garageband on their iPad.

Cons

While many are pleased with its acoustic piano sounds, there are some who find the other voicings to be lacking. One user also complained that some features are hidden in complex submenus. The lack of USB is also mentioned, but this is offset by its MIDI and Bluetooth connectivity.

Overall

If you're looking for a student friendly digital piano with extra features then check out the Kawai ES110.

If you're interested in something less expensive, check out our guide to The Best Digital Pianos Under $500.