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The CE220 utilizes Kawai’s acclaimed Progressive Harmonic Imaging Sound Technology to create a very realistic, impressive piano sound. 88-key piano sampling preserves the individual tonal character of each note. Learn More »
The CE220 offers the finest touch available thanks to the AWA PROII wooden-key, graded-hammer action with counterbalancing.
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The CE220 has both a Dual Mode, in which two sounds are played at the same time, and a Split mode, in which one sound plays on the left side of the keyboard and another sound plays on the right side. A special 4-Hands Mode creates two identical 44-note pianos on the keyboard – great for piano lessons or for duets.
A convenient Balance Slider on the panel controls the volume balance in a Dual or Split keyboard mode.
USB to Device
You can save song files to a USB memory stick for transfer to a computer. From there, they can be emailed, edited or scored using appropriate software.
Best-in-class 192 note max. polyphony lets you to play complex musical passages or layer sounds together without the annoying note drop-out that can occur at lower polyphony levels.
Two headphone jacks allow two persons to listen to the piano in privacy.
Sliding Key Cover
A built-in sliding key covers protects the keyboard from dust and debris when the instrument is not in use.
The CE220 offers three pedals – soft, sostenuto, and damper (with half-damper capability) – just like our grand pianos.
The handy built-in digital metronome comes with a variety of time signatures and is a perfect practice partner. You can adjust both the tempo and the volume of the metronome.
The metronome also features 100 built-in drum rhythms in a variety of musical styles. Tempo and volume of the drum beats can also be controlled.
29 Classical Piano Songs are store in the CE220’s internal memory. An accompanying music book is also provided.
The CE220 offers an easy to use 2-Track / 3-Song recorder, perfect for self-evaluation of your keyboard performances or for capturing a moment of inspiration.
Both the MIDI jacks and a second USB jack are useful for connecting with other musical instruments and computers. Line In jacks allow an external audio device, such as an MP3 player, to be heard through the instrument’s speaker system. Line Out jacks let you play through an external sound system or to make a digital audio recording with an external recorder or computer.