Kawai CN37


The CN-Series has been a mainstay of Kawai’s extensive digital piano range for several generations, and with each new model, there is an increasing trickle-down of technology from the high-end CA-Series.

The CN37 was launched early in 2017, and has the same Responsive Hammer III action as the popular ES8. The triple-sensor key detection, let-off simulation and counterweights enhance the grand piano touch, and make the CN37 a suitable instrument for practising and playing even advanced repertoire.

High-quality sounds are needed to provide a suitable range of expression for that responsive action to utilise, and the CN37 obliges with sounds from the Kawai EX and the flagship Shigeru Kawai SK-EX concert grand piano. ‘Harmonic Imaging XL’ sampling records each key individually at a wide range of dynamic levels to ensure a smooth and seamless range of expression is placed at your fingertips. Which of the concert grand sounds you prefer will be a personal choice, depending on the repertoire.

The realistic pedal weighting, Ivory Touch key surfaces, and 20 watts per channel speaker system complete a strong package. An internal recorder, USB (to Host) and MIDI facilities add welcome flexibility for the all-round musician. The Concert Magic and Lesson functions are here too: great if there are also beginners in your home.



  • Action: Responsive Hammer III
  • No of Internal Sounds: 352 sounds + 9 Drumsets, GM2 compatible
  • Polyphony: 256
  • Speaker System: 2 x 20W
  • Price

    £ 1,577

  • Pedals

    3: damper (including half pedal), sostenuto, soft

  • Weight


  • Finishes

    Rosewood, satin black, satin white