An Outstanding Introduction to Concert Artist Quality at an Affordable Price
Kawai Japan is proud to announce the CA48 digital piano, the most affordable Concert Artist instrument ever developed, and the successor to the highly popular CA17. This updated model incorporates the new Grand Feel Compact wooden-key keyboard action, and stunning Shigeru Kawai SK-EX and Kawai EX concert grand piano sounds. It has built-in Bluetooth® wireless connectivity, a powerful 4-speaker output system and SHS headphone enhancements. Additionally, the cabinet has been modernised.
The CA48 is an outstanding introduction to Concert Artist quality at an affordable price
- Brand new Grand Feel Compact wooden-key keyboard action
- Stunning Shigeru Kawai SK-EX and Kawai EX concert grand piano sounds, with full 88-key sampling
- Integrated Bluetooth® MIDI for wireless communication with smart devices
- Powerful, high fidelity 4-speaker output system
- Flexible Virtual Technician function with intuitive Smart Mode feature
- Built-in Burgmüller, Czerny, Beyer etudes and Alfred lesson songs
- Attractive, modern cabinet design available in three different wood finishes
Grand Feel Compact wooden-key keyboard action with extended pivot length
The CA48 is the first Kawai digital piano to utilise the brand new Grand Feel Compact wooden-key keyboard action. As its name suggest, the GF Compact action has been designed to reproduce the authentic touch weight characteristics of the industry-leading Grand Feel keyboard actions, within a smaller form factor. The new action retains the long wooden keysticks used for all 88 black and white keys, and the familiar seesaw mechanism employed by acoustic grand piano actions for centuries.
However, despite its smaller unit size, GF Compact features an extended key pivot length, providing a more consistent touch weight when playing towards the rear of the keyboard. This crucial detail ensures the new CA48 delivers the most realistic playing experience in its class, surpassing even the venerable RM3 Grand actions utilised by its predecessors.