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Casio CDP-100 88 Note Digital Piano

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Technical Details
Item Weight11 Kg
Product Dimensions27.8 x 132.2 x 13.2 cm
Item model numberCDP-100H5
Number of Keyboard Keys88
  
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ASINB000WFFQUC
Best Sellers Rank 11,538 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15 Kg
Date First Available26 Sept. 2007
  
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The CDP-100 digital piano looks fun and offers all the important basic functions - the perfect choice for price-conscious music students and beginners. The COMPACT model will delight you with its weighted keys and scaled hammer action, its grand piano sound and its internal loudspeaker system. * 88 weighted, dynamic touch keys * CPK scaled hammer action keys * HL sound creation * 32-voice polyphony (max.) * 5 tones * 4 Mb wave ROM / 2-stage velocity split * Layer function * 4 reverb / 4 chorus effects * Tuning and transposition function * 5 demo pieces * MIDI IN/OUT * Connection points for 1 set of headphones, 1 pedal * Mains adapter and pedal included * Loudspeaker 2x 8W * Dimensions (with stand): 1323x278x767mm * Weight 11.2 Kg, with stand 18.2 Kg


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41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Amazonian on 29 Sept. 2011
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We bought this for our son, who had shown an interest in learning the piano. We had a smaller keyboard, but the lessons are all on a full sized electric piano, and all the training exercises are written out for an 88key piano, so anything smaller was awkward at best, unworkable at worst.

When it arrived, I was surprised at the size of it. Not heavy or deep, just that it's... well... as wide as a piano. They are full size keys, so I don't know why I thought it'd be smaller, but it's not going to sit quietly in a little alcove, make sure you have the room first. The other thing is, if you are getting it delivered to work and taking it home with you, you'll have to put the seats down. Might seem obvious, but worth bearing in mind if there's more than two of you in the car.

So, about the piano itself... I'm not a pianist, so these are just my opinions...

It's very smart looking, comes with mains charger and pedal and a holder for your books. You'll probably want to invest in a cover to keep it clean. We use it on the dining room table, but if funds and space allow it is probably better with a stand and stool. You don't necessarily need to buy it all at once.

The keys feel very realistic to me, nicely weighted, the harder you press them the louder the noise and the longer you press them the longer the fade-out. I've seen this variously described as 'weighted hammer action' and 'touch sensitive' or 'touch response'.

There's not a large number of different sounds, but then it's not sold as a synthesiser and all those extra buttons would only serve to distract and confuse for our purposes.

We could have spent a lot more, and I'm sure purists could tell the difference but I couldn't. We could have spent a little less, but buy cheap/ buy twice. Whilst we bought it for our son, I must admit to enjoying having a go myself. In summary, we are very pleased with it.
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76 of 78 people found the following review helpful By La Vinny on 24 July 2010
I love my CDP-100. I've had it for about 18 months and it's been a great investment. We have a tiny house with lots of nooks and crannies, but nowhere for a proper upright or even a larger sized digital piano. I looked at a Clavinova but even that, with its relatively small profile, would have been a tiny bit too wide for the space we wanted to put it in.

Good things about the CDP-100: It has a good sound, is very similar in response to a normal piano (not exactly the same, but then nothing ever will be), it's a hell of a lot cheaper than other entry models and the set up means that it takes up very little space, given that the depth of the instrument isn't that much more than the length of the keys. It has a solid music holder too. And it should work well with any basic stool or even a normal height dining room chair.

Bad things - the pedal it is supplied with takes a lot of getting used to, it doesn't come with its own stand when bought from most suppliers (although it will sit quite happily on a basic universal type stand, the Casio stand is a lot sturdier so worth the extra investment).

But those are little gripes about what is, after all, an excellent entry level digital instrument. Perfect for the intermediate and beginner alike, and possibly even an advanced player (I have a couple of very good pianist friends who both liked the feel of it). If you don't have much space, this IS the digital piano for you.
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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By M. Dalby on 15 Oct. 2009
I bought this model as it was the cheapest, weighted key, electric piano I could find and has the bonus of being portable. It's extremely basic but would perfectly suit a learner. The main problem I have with it is that the keys aren't weighted enough and I find it odd to play a normal piano and miss notes due to not pressing down hard enough. Being brought up playing a Yamaha Clavinova could make me a little more critical than others. I've had my Casio for a year now and it all seems to be working well except for a clicky B (but I think I favour this particular note).
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Tondo on 16 May 2011
Ive had CASIO CDP 100 piano for over 2 years. It is an excellent piano for a beginner like myself, the cheapest model that has hammer keys. I believe they have updated the model in the meantime.

The built-in speakers are okay, but you may want to connect the thing to someting better - when I use it with my 5+1 PC speakers with subwoofer, the sound is AMAZING. Which means that the piano sampling quality is better than meets the ear if you only listen to the built in speakers.

I am very hapy with the manufacturing and overall sturdiness, I have always been berated by my teacher because I hit the keys way too hard, and he predicted that my then new piano won't last longer than 6 months. Two years later still going strong :)
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Mrs L on 4 Nov. 2010
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If, like me, you yearn to play the piano and no matter how much you move the furniture around, you can't fit a baby grand in the house - my advice, buy this. This is perfect for entry level students - you have to start somewhere - and in my opinion it's perfect. It is sturdy yet mobile, when it is resting on a stand it feels stable and not at all lightweight yet I can pick it up easily. It has a lovely sound and you can play it in Grand Piano 1, Grand Piano 2, Harpsicord, Electric Piano & Strings OR you can have it in a combination of any of those 5. I am learning piano so only use it in Grand Piano mode and, as it is a full 88 keyboard, it is the nearest thing to having an acoustic piano but without the cost, annual tuning etc.
What is really useful is the headphone jack as it allows you to practice without driving the household or neighbours mad.
Of course if money & space were no object I would always choose the real thing but when you're a novice, how do you know if you are going to like it? An acoustic piano is a big step, that personally, I would rather take when I'm sure I like it, in the meantime I am thrilled with this and am really enjoying practising.

I would advise buying a stand and dustcover and of course a stool but if you have restricted space then this is fine to keep under the bed and drag out on the kitchen table (or even ironing board!) believe me if I can move this around anyone can as I am a 5', 7 1/2 (OK 8) stone wimp.
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