Kawai Concert Artist CA58
The high-specification CA58 features solid wooden keys, one of the most advanced piano actions in the world, and a sound system that must be heard to be believed.
Long wooden keysticks and immaculately reconstructed key surfaces, weights and more deliver unprecedented acoustic realism, for the most expressive control.
A four speaker, 100W sound system is a lot of sound – and with premium audio components in common with its flagship siblings, CA58’s every note rings with clarity and depth.
Whether it’s enriching the harmonics to suit your space or crafting the perfect delay, playing wirelessly with GarageBand, or overdubbing your favourite MP3s, CA58 offers maximum versatility.
Precision is everything. More than 90 years of piano manufacture have taught us a thing or two about quality control – and it shows in CA58’s every line and perfect curve.
Wireless Bluetooth® connectivity, USB audio record/playback, Dual, Split, and Four Hands keyboard modes, and a rich assortment of instrumental voices add greater variety to players’ performances, while the convenient metronome function and integrated lessons ensure that regular practise is both productive and engaging for aspiring pianists.
Grand Feel design: character and purpose
The first thing that strikes the CA58 player is the instrument’s flat fascia and tall upper board, giving the impression of a traditional grand piano, and immediately elevating the musical aspirations of the performer.
Solid wooden keys
With long, solid wooden keystick, extended key pivot length, let-off, triple sensor key detection, Ivory Touch key surfaces, bass key counterweights and more, the CA58’s Grand Feel Compact action provides unrivalled control in its class.
Powerful 4-speaker output system
“Unrivalled in its class, the CA58 features a powerful 100W, 4-speaker output system designed to reproduce the harmonic spectrum of an acoustic piano. Lower-range frequencies are delivered through the underside of the instrument, while mid and high frequencies are projected outward via top-mounted speakers, resulting in an expansive tone that closely mirrors the sound projection of a grand piano.”