The KDP90 offers both affordability and the action and sound to provide an enjoyable playing experience, brought together in an attractive rosewood cabinet.
There are times when you want to learn the piano but your budget is limited, or when you need an affordable digital to use alongside an existing acoustic instrument to satisfy those midnight practice urges without disturbing others. The KDP90 will also appeal to choral and solo singers who want a piano to use when learning their parts.
The KDP90 offers both affordability and the action and sound to provide an enjoyable playing experience, brought together in an attractive rosewood cabinet. The excellence of the Advanced Hammer Action IV-F has been proven over many years, having previously appeared in the mid-range CN-42 model. This trickle-down of technology, as actions in the higher ranges have continued to develop, further enhances the value offered by the KDP90.
The main piano sound is a high-quality 88-key sample of Kawai’s EX concert grand piano, using the company’s Harmonic Imaging technology to recreate the broad dynamic range of the acoustic instrument. Those wishing to explore will enjoy the three alternative piano sounds, and the creative possibilities offered by the other electric piano, organ, harpsichord, string, and pad sounds. Although the KDP90 doesn’t offer the USB recording functions of higher-range Kawai digitals, it does have a useful internal recorder so that you can review your playing, and MIDI connectivity is included.
Learners will appreciate the integrated lesson functions of the KDP90, whilst the Concert Magic feature is great for developing beginners’ early confidence with pulse and dynamics.
- Action: AHA-IVF with graded hammers
- No of Internal Sounds: 15 (including 2 concert grand options)
- Polyphony: 192
- Speaker System: 2 x 13W