Kawai CS3: Affordable Luxury
Nothing says piano like the refined beauty of polished ebony. The Kawai CS3 digital combines the elegance of a classic ebony polish cabinet with superb touch and toneâ€¦ all in an affordable musical instrument perfect for anyone.
The CS3 features the newest version of our acclaimed sound technology - Progressive Harmonic Imaging with 88-key piano sampling. This exclusive technology creates sounds with amazing detail and clarity.
The CS3 employs the new Responsive Hammer (RH) action with Ivory Touch key surfaces and Let-off. Itâ€™s an 88-note, graded hammer action with superb feel and sensitivity.
Dual and 4-Hands Modes
The CS3 has a Dual Mode in which two sounds are played at the same time. The unique 4-Hands Mode splits the keyboard into two identical 44-note pianos â€“ great for group piano lessons or for duets.
Sliding Key Cover
The CS3 has built-in sliding key covers to protect the keyboard from dust and debris when the instrument is not in use.
The CS3 features three pedals â€“ soft, sostenuto, and damper (with half-damper capability) â€“ that function just like the pedals found on our grand pianos.
The CS3 offers a handy built-in digital metronome with a variety of time signatures and adjustable tempoâ€¦ perfect for practice.
Alfred Lesson Songs
The CS3 features built-in lesson songs from Alfred Publishingâ€™s top piano method books. The CS3 also features lesson songs from Alfred Publishingâ€™s most popular first-year childrenâ€™s method book.
For your listening pleasure, the CS3 features a selection of pre-recorded popular Baroque and Romantic period classical piano pieces.
The CS3 offers an easy to use 3-Song / 1-Track built-in Recorder ideal for self-evaluation or capturing a moment of inspiration.
The CS3 comes with MIDI jacks useful for connecting with other musical instruments and computer, plus two headphone jacks that allow a teacher, parent or duet partner to listen in.
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