Kawai ES110 Digital Piano Review & Demo | Better Music

Just released, the Kawai ES110 replaces the super popular Kawai ES100. With all new action, lighter weight, larger speakers and the addition of Bluetooth, it’s hard to beat for an entry level digital piano.

Available in Black (ES-110B): http://www.bettermusic.com.au/kawai-es110-digital-piano-es110b
or White (ES-110W): http://www.bettermusic.com.au/kawai-es110-digital-piano-es110w

Comments

paulcyt says:

What stand are you using in this video please?

SLOVENEC1972 says:

Despite the mono audio, great playing and great demo!

Cam Phan says:

I have a question that bothers me alot since I’m thinking about buying a digital piano.
Which one has the best key action, which is the closest to acoustic piano: FP90, ES110 and ES8
Thank you very much

Mopantsu says:

Sucks that there is not USB output. I have a MIDI to USB cable but would prefer a dedicated USB port TBH.

SLOVENEC1972 says:

Audio in mono…..seriously WTF!!!!

Samantha McNamara says:

I have this on lay by, can’t wait to pick it up!

facu salas says:

is the kawai es 110 compatible with software for pc like ivory?

Krystian Stępiński says:

I’m between this and KDP90… I play classical music and prioritize good keyboard action.
I’d be grateful for any advice, thanks!

Helsinki Oslo says:

sounds horrible on this video

Christian says:

Can you mute the piano when using headphones? I have a problem with my current piano cause it plays sound in the headset and the speakers. Very impractical when you have neighbours and thin walls.

Kenny Vert says:

Thank you for the review!!

brenan espartinez says:

does anyone know if you can use bluetooth midi to work with a laptop/desktop instead of buying a midi-to-usb adapter? thanks in advance

namakudamono says:

Good job Rudi!

C McClary says:

Does the Kawai es110 have a USB port? Thank you!

Shane Tremblay says:

I’m absolutely torn between this piano and the Roland FP30. Which one is better?

Brian Eibisch says:

Hi Rudi, I’m sure this will be a big seller now that there is a real line out facility with this piano, a textured keyboard and of course those terrific Kawai sounding pianos. I love my ES 100. I’m sure people will love this one too as through good quality headphones the Kawai EX concert grand piano sound is just magnificent. I think Kawai is a good company to support as they are really focussed on pianist other than keyboardist/synthesizer features in their equipment. Someone who has learned on piano feels right at home on Kawai. Cheers

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