What must a first-class portable digital piano be like? The Kawai’s new ES7 corresponds to some considerate as well as dedicated answers to this question. Of course, it should have exceptional sound and the process of splitting as well as layering on the dash. Not only that, saving the outcome should be quiet simple.. And, surprisingly, the Kawai ES7 has all this.
Splitting is very easy and no matter what you do while holding the Split button, it affects the lower part, such as an assortment of sound categories, time after time, pressing a category’s button to step through its scraps, or even striking a key to set the split point.The “Virtual Technician” setting is known to propose control over many of the sonic gradations and you’d find it in this high-end software piano.
- 88-key Progressive Harmonic Imaging Sound Technology
- 88-key Responsive Hammer II Graded-Hammer Action
- USB Digital Audio – Play and Record WAV & MP3 files.
- Rhythm Section with 100 Accompaniment Styles
The dual headphone jacks are placed on opposite ends of the facade rail underneath the keys, and it allows the student and teacher to sit together, without one player’s headphone cord elongating above the other’s leg. A “four hands” mode supports side-by-side instruction by splitting the keyboard into second copy note ranges.
|Number of Keys||88|
|Key Action||Responsive Hammer II (RHII) action with Let-Off|
|Speakers||2 x 15 Watts|
|Pedals||1 Included; Kawai F-20 Damper/Soft Pedal or F-301 Triple Pedal Optional|
|Number of Sounds||32|
|Voices of Polyphony||256|
|Storage Type||Internal; USB Flash|
|Rhythm Patterns||100 rhythms x 2 variations; 4-part accompaniment; 100 preset chord sequences|
|Outputs||(2) 1/4″ Stereo Headphone; (2) 1/4″ Line – L/Mono; R|
|Unique Features||USB Digital Audio – play/rec WAV and MP3 files; Powerful stereo speaker system housed in two built-in enclosures; 4-Hands Mode|