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Kawai CL-25

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tiouze's review

By tiouze, 15/07/2008
Action 88 weighted keys, Advanced Hammer Action 4-E with AR technology
Piano Sounds Concert Grand, Modern Piano
Other Sounds Classic E-Piano, Church Organ, Vibraphone, Harpsichord, Strings, Choir
Sound Source Harmonic Imaging Technology II
Polyphony max. 96 Notes
Reverb Room, Stage, Hall
Dual Mode Yes
Key Velocity Light, Normal, Heavy, off
Other Functions Transpose, Tuning, Concert Magic (40 Songs)
Metronome Beats: 1 / 4, 2 / 4, 3 / 4, 4 / 4, 5 / 4, 6 / 8, Tempo: 30-300 BPM
Demo Songs 8
Pedals 1
Rosewood or Cherry Finish
Jacks Headphone x 2, Pedal, MIDI In / Out, DC IN
Speakers 2 x 12x8cm
Amplifier 2 x 7 Watt
Dimensions in cm 129.1 x 27.8 x 76.7
Weight in kg 29
Options incl. Music Rack, AC Adapter and F10 Foot Pedal

Purpose of my buying: home, not move, requested piano sounds (for classical / jazz and blues), EP, that's all.
for now not hack with Midi etc..

I have since 4 months, and it's a huge surprise that this "little piano" for only 600 euros and dust.
Most:
88 notes but widths and lengths mini
design software: it is not a ship that sits in the living room
it has the technology kawai AHA IV identical to all the pianos in the range, ie to the famous MP8II and the same samples (even if there are only 8)
Sample piano is very good, ordinary EP, the remaining good
Superb touch quite heavy, balanced, nice black ... well
its a nickel: the 2x7 w are sufficient: the wheel turned to 60-70% of max returns the volume of an acoustic piano.
amplification under the piano: more realistic than the above, one would think an upright piano.

the -:
functions useless gadget (demo / concert magic)
selection of options (reverb / midi etc) the keyboard and two multi-use buttons: hassle if you use it ..
with a preset reverb .. not hard to diffuse: it takes 1/10th of a sec, but it can irritate Keith Jarrett in the long run.

+ Or -:
it depends: a cover is provided to cover the piano
CCl: super purchase, not disappointed in the balance at the time with:

Casio p120 (tried face to face: yuck: shiny and slippery plastic buttons (especially the black), acute sample piano quite confusing), but good price and ability to stand fixed
yam p70 (I did not like the piano and the amp on top, put on a stand, it was moving too much for me - I had ^ no need to transport)

I hesitated as the cl-30, just over samples and a little amplification: if it is the same: for now I do not have to souffifr for purchasing the little brother range.
A lot of info there: http://www.kawaiuk.com/

So: very good product for indoor and for everyone and especially for only playing the piano!

UTILIZATION

No problemo

SOUNDS

8

OVERALL OPINION

Very good product for indoor and for everyone and especially for only playing the piano!
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Kawai CL-25 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Kawai
  • Model:CL-25
  • Category:Digital Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 07/15/2008

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