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Kurzweil Digital Pianos

Kurzweil Music Systems was first founded in 1982 by an entrepreneur who actually developed reading machines for visually impaired. What is interesting is that he used the technology learnt from this to then manufacture musical instruments! There is quite a range of Kurzweil Digital Pianos from portable keyboards through to slim-line digital pianos and mini grands. Again not one of the most visible of brands but excellent quality products.

Summary of Kurzweil Digital Pianos

X Pro Series

This is the professional 88-key series that has absolutely everything all in. They come is three different styles – upright, mini grand & baby grand designs. The musical sound has amazing depth with 32 layers per voice and 128 polyphony. There is a large fully graphic display and MIDI interface and free desktop editing software and downloads. This is the choice of a real pro!

CUP2 Series

These are compact upright digital pianos. Despite the size the sound is enormous using 140 watt bi-amp speakers to produce power! 88 weighted hammer action keys with adjustable touch sensitivity. 64 voice polyphony and special reverb and chorus effects settings. One track recording of up to 9 songs.

MP Series

The latest in this series is the MP-10 SRW, the other is the MP-10 EP and is identical apart from the finish. (EP stands for ebony polish and SRW for satin rosewood). Here is a video of it in action. I think you’ll agree that the sound is fantastic.

This is the more affordable range of digital pianos but it still includes the triple strike grand piano sound (this is the Kurzweil’s version of creating realistic-sounding sampled pianos) as well as other superb sounds such as strings, acoustic instruments, drums, percussion, brass, wind and guitars to name a few.

Mark Pro Series

This relatively new markpro series has the latest in computer chip sound technology to produce the best realistic sounds available. They all come with 88 weighted keys that are sensitive to velocity and have a minimum of 64 polyphony with reverb, chorus, multi split layers, transposition and tuning. LCD displays and MIDI come as standard. Lots of extra features.

For more information and reviews of the best selling Kurzweil Digital Pianos please click on the links below.

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