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Kawai ES-110 B


Digital Piano

  • Responsive Hammer Compact Action (RH-C) Keyboard with 88 weighted keys and Harmonic Imaging sounds
  • 8 Piano sounds + 11 more sounds (strings etc.)
  • Bluetooth MIDI technology
  • 192-Voice polyphony
  • 100 Rhythms
  • Transposing
  • Metronome
  • Internal recorder
  • Damper resonance
  • Dual mode
  • Split mode
  • 12 Demo songs
  • Learning function
  • 2 Headphone jacks
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • Line Out (L / Mono, R)
  • MIDI In / Out
  • Power supply socket
  • Speaker system: 2x 7 W
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1312 x 286 x 145 mm
  • Dimensions with HML-1 (not included): 1312 (W) x 286 (D) x 820 (H) mm
  • Weight: 12 kg
  • Colour: Black
  • Includes F-10H sustain pedal, note stand and power supply PS-129
Number Of Keys 88
Hammer Action Keys Yes
Number of simultaneous Voices 192
Number Of Sounds 19
Effects Yes
Speaker Yes
Headphone Outputs 2
Sequencer No
Metronome Yes
Master keyboard function No
Pitch Bend No
Modulation Wheel No
Split Zones 1
Layer Function Yes
MIDI interface Yes
available since January 2017
Item number 405442
Finish Matt
Number of keys 88
Sounds 19
Polyphony 192
Arranger 1
Styles 100
Bluetooth Audio 1
Bluetooth Midi 1
"Half-pedal" option 1
Included Accessories Sustain pedal, Music stand, PSU
Weight 12,0 kg
Audio out 1
Midi Interface IN / OUT
Speaker Power 2x 7 W
Size 1312x286x145 mm
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2.019 AED 486,55 €
Plus 207 AED shipping
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Very good grand piano sound
Avi R. 20.08.2018
This is my third purchase from Thomann and I do not regret for a minute choosing Thomann again! I was struggling basically between the Kawai ES-110 / Roland FP-30 and Yamaha P115, to use it at home as a backup to a guitar and up to a small band usage.

(the Yamaha can not be imported to my country so I've tried the P115 in a local music shop in Israel). I've read many reviews of these 3 digital Piano before ordering. The end result is the Kawai is the best for me of the three- since it wins at the best two important features on a piano:
1- Grand Piano sound and 2- The touch of the keys.
The Kawai ES-110 have the best touch sensitivity that resemble an acoustic piano (and have a very nice pedal that comes with it! ), of course it isn't an acoustic piano but it is very very close, and very surprising for me (I'm a guitar player not a pianist, and the feeling I'm actually playing an acoustic instrument is very realistic while I didn't expect this level for the price the 110 cost)- just to add that I've also tried the Yamaha P115 and the touch of the keys was not as good as the Kawai (As I understand, the Yamaha use two mechanism for all their models, while the P115 and the new P125 share the basic mechanism that is not as good as the Kawai. The Roland drooped from the list after very careful listening for it's sound- It's too 'sweet' for my taste and far from the Kawai and Yamaha 125 in my opinion.

So.. you ask where are the cons..? The Kawai 110 isn't the best instrument to operate regarding the other two mentioned, I mean in case I want to change the piano sound or any other feature, It is too clumsy operation... by using two buttons (one button and one key) pressed together. while the others can use simply a tablet with application. But it is only minor con from my concern.

I do recommend the Kawai ES-110 for any starting to semi-professional player, it does anything I expected from a digital piano - Great sound and feeling - and for a very reasonable price. Bravo,


Affected by known issue
Deceived by Thomann "experts" 02.10.2020
I researched thoroughly this model before buying it, and I found several threads mentioning known issues with noisy and clicking keys. As the threads were a bit older, I decided to double check with Thomann "experts" who reassured me the issue was no longer present.

In just 3 months, with a very limited use (the piano is my second instrument and I barely play it), two keys already started presenting the issue, making a twice as loud (at least) noise when I play them.

I told Thomann I would rather return it and have a credit store I could use to buy a model from a different brand (I didn't even ask for the money back), especially considering that I bought it because their own team reassured me, but Thomann wasn't really helpful with this.

The piano sounds really good (at least the keys not affected) but do yourself a favor and buy a different model if you want to avoid issues, the key noise completely ruins the playing experience and forces me to play with headphones in order to avoid noticing it.

Very bad customer service from Thomann, I've been a customer since 2015 but I won't buy additional items from them.


Best keyboard in this price range
NXander 28.11.2021
It does what it is supposed to do. It sounds and feels like a piano. The action is nice. I can't speak for the effects as I don't use them that much but it's probably not the best choice for anyone looking for different effects.


Good value
Endre_ 06.07.2020
Now first of all, I don't particularly like digital pianos as they just don't feel and sound right. No matter what marketers tell you, digital pianos will be a compromise to play on, especially because of the action being different, and then I think the string resonance is just not there but there is definitely something missing, so if you can, by all means get a proper acoustic instrument, even some entry level one (good brand).

But for this value it's not really possible to get something that's actually good, and in the mean time if you are looking for a digital piano because you use it rarely, just want to play it at night and not fight with neighbours, or you're a beginner and not ready to commit, this is a great compromise for the price.
I am a beginner / very hobby player and my main instrument is violin so I just use the piano rarely, to find some melody, or for fun with headphones when it's too late to practice violin. This piano is quite perfect for this purpose.
I got this as a recommendation from pianoworld forums where it's considered one of the best cheap digital pianos (I think it was about 600 when I got it). So remember it is a compromise but if this is how much you can commit and want headphones play, this is definitely a good choice.
If you have at least, or more than 1000 then you can look for upgrades but at this moment under 1000 I'd still get this one.

For the record I used to have a similarly priced - 1000ish - Roland some years back and its sound was darker and less 'pianoish' (somewhat bright) so I prefer this to Roland, I think the sound of the Kawai is a bit more similar to Yamaha digital piano sound, also the action feels about similar quality and if possible this is slightly less noisy. So all in all a great purchase.


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