Kawai CP119 Digital Ensemble Piano
Concert Performer instruments employ Kawai's exclusive Progressive Harmonic Imaging with 88-key piano sampling. This unique technology creates sounds with amazing detail and clarity.
For Touch, the CP119 uses the new RH action featuring graded hammers and Ivory Touch key tops, and has a very satisfying and responsive feel.
Operation of the Concert Performer instruments is simple and intuitive. The CP119's panel has been streamlined and the color touch screen provides sharp resolution and superb graphics.
USB Audio and Storage
USB to Device and Host capabilities provide a world of opportunity, including recording and playing digital audio, storing songs and data, and connectivity to computers.
Over 700 Sounds
The CP119 has an amazing collection of studio quality instrumental and vocal sounds, as well as sound effects. Up to 3 independent sounds can be played on the keyboard simultaneously.
182 Accompaniment Styles
With 100s of accompaniment styles in dozens of musical genres, a backup band is ready to play along with you no matter what song you have in mind. The 1-2 Play feature provides assistance in choosing appropriate sounds to complement the selected style.
The CP119's Song Stylist feature provides complete setups for 700 of the most popular songs of all time. It is compatible with the Kawai Decade Series songbooks.
Lessons and Exercises
With every Concert Performer come the first year's lesson songs from Alfred Publishing's Basic Piano Course 1, Premier Course 1 and Adult Course 1. Additionally, we've included the printed music and recordings for time-tested finger exercises such as scales, arpeggios and Hanon songs.
The CP119 has a host of other features and functions, including an Internal Recorder with Easy and Advanced Modes (Learn More), 1MB of internal song storage, Transposition and 80 Registrations.
The CP119 has a 100-Watt sound system with a total of 2 speakers.
Jacks and Connections
The CP119 has many useful jacks including USB (to Host) 2 headphone jacks and audio output jacks.
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