Kawai CA48 and CA28 are the same piano, with different models in different countries, but the piano is the same.
🎹CheapestAll wooden keys (White and black keys are also wooden) digital pianos
🎹 The Grand Feel Compact gives you a more authentic feel
🎹 Top KAWAI SK-EX piano sampling PHI source
🎹 Wireless Bluetooth midi connects to the APP
🎹 Comes with original KAWAI chairlift chair and headphones
Hehe electric piano mainly has high-order CA series and middle-order CN series, the introduction of the ES table type (rhythmic, accompaniment function), covering the high and low-level product line (CL and KDP is a phased-out product line, is not currently visible on the Japanese river joint official website).
Features of the brandSimilar to your own piano, the keyboard feels thick and slow, unlike the bright leaves.
The tone is also relatively calm (but also a little stuffy), unlike the bright and fast leaves. The different tones and flavors of the two brands reflect the different tastes of the two instrument factories. Just like different brands of speakers/sound equipment, the sound moves differently reflecting their respective sound aesthetics.
If you really want to understand the sound of the KAWAI electro-piano, it is best to go to the scene to actually play an audition, because in my own experience of testing the piano, youTube product introduction film tone and the actual electro-piano piano sound is somewhat different.
KAWAI's electric piano, like YAMAHA, pays as much attention to keyboard systems.Its high-order products use the Grand Feel II is the first two years of the highly acclaimed keyboard system, and equipped with wooden keys of the electric piano, with its KAWAI CA48/CA17 price is the most competitive, so sales have been very good, is the highest price-performance piano in the highest-order piano alternative. In terms of the keyboard configured at all levels of the electro-piano, it seemsFeatures are more than YAMAHA peers.
In addition, the new series of CA and CN37 ES-110 are also included in the Bluetooth function. In contrast, the introduction of Taiwan's Y, C machine does not have Bluetooth function, obviously not as good as KAWAI (but writing at this time Taiwan agent Donghe has not yet published the new CA, it is not certain whether the Taiwan version of Bluetooth features will be included).
KAWAI's keyboard system, yesWood key system GF2, GF, RM3G2, and plastic key system RH3, RHC, AHA.
GF2 compared to GF, mainly to help the black keys to increase the surface of the ebony touch, and improve the weight of the piano, but both have progressive piano, balance counterweight, ivory touch white key, indulgence mechanism (Let-off mechanism) and three sensing points.The RM3G2 is the GF's previous generation of strike systems. The fulcrum is closer to the middle of the key than the GF, and the degree from the end of the key to the fulcrum Balance pins is shorter, with the rest similar to the GF.
The rest of the keyboards such as RH3, RHC are plastic keys, the keys are much shorter, the keys are under the keys. The weight of the RH3 key is gradually increased from treble to bass to accurately mimic the real piano key characteristics. But cue is not sure whether to step by step, or key-by-key aggravation. Because English is all graded hammer (from GF2-RH both).
RH3 has an ivory-tactile surface, three sensing points and an indulgence mechanism, and a counterbalancing, which should act like counterweight.As for RHC, short for Responsive Hammer Compact, it is simulated with fewer spring mechanisms and a more stable structure. The touch keys are lighter and smaller, making them suitable for configuration in portable electric pianos such as the ES110AHA. AHAIt is a more previous keyboard system, but the weight of the piano is also graded.
The CA series was modified in October 2017 to replace the previous generation's 97, 67, 17 with CA98,78,48. Including new sources, new tones, color touch panels, bluetooth additions, and expanded circuitry with ONKYO are highlights, but the keyboard has not evolved, the horn is only CA98 update (but the difference can not be compared live I can not hear). KAWAI seems to have lost its original edge, compared with the New GrandTouch keyboard, which was introduced by YAMAHA last year and is also known as the longest keystroke.
The gap between its flagship CA98 and CA78 is still the same as the previous generation, with only the difference between the sound plate and the horn (mainly at low frequencies) and just nine more tones, the difference is not obvious. Unlike Y cards on keyboards, tones and horns all have differences.
Perhaps this is the factor, Taiwan River agent's Donghe instrument has not been displayed the top piano CA97 (the future may not show CA98), it is a pity. The new model is inconsistent with CA48, and although the keyboard has been upgraded from RM3G2 to GF, the source is degraded to use the same PHI source as the CN37, CN27
The tone is not the same as CA98,78 than the previous generation. The CN37 has 364 tones, much larger than the CN27, so the difference between the two models is obvious.
Description of the product
88 key ivory touch key face, Grand Feel Standard Action wooden keyboard unit
Tone source: Advanced 88-key piano sampling harmonic imaging
Bluetooth MIDI function
Complex tone: Max 192
Concert Magic: 40 songs
Tutorial tracks: Alfred, Bulgermuller, Carney, and Bayer tutorial tracks
3-bit 7-segment LED display
Built-in music: a total of 95
Recorder: 3 songs with a recording capacity of approximately 15,000 notes
Jack: MIDI (input/output), headset x2, USB to HOST
Dimensions: 1356 (W) ×461 (D) ×885 (H)mm