Alesis Prestige


Digital Piano

  • 88 Full-size keys with graded hammer action and customisable touch response
  • 16 Integrated voices with split and layer function
  • Max. polyphony: 128 notes
  • 50 W (2 x 25 W) Microarray speaker system
  • 5 Adjustable reverb effects
  • Learning and recording mode available
  • 10 Piano demo songs
  • An integrated metronome, adjustable from 30 - 280 BPM
  • 2 Line outputs: 6.3 mm jack
  • 2 Headphone outputs with speaker mute function: 6.3 mm and 3.5 mm jack
  • Sustain pedal input: 6.3 mm jack
  • 3-Pedal connection: 5-pin DIN
  • USB type-B port
  • Power supply connector
  • USB MIDI output for use with software or virtual instruments
  • Power supply via an enclosed mains adapter (12 V DC / 3 A)
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 132.2 x 29.7 x 14.9 cm
  • Weight: 12.8 kg
  • Incl. a music stand, a software download card, a sustain pedal, a power supply and a user manual
Available since May 2021
Item number 520499
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Number Of Keys 88
Hammer Action Keys Yes
Number of simultaneous Voices 128
Number Of Sounds 16
Effects Yes
Speaker Yes
Headphone Outputs 2
Sequencer No
Metronome Yes
Master keyboard function Yes
Pitch Bend No
Modulation Wheel No
Split Zones 2
Layer Function Yes
MIDI interface USB
Colour Black
Finish Opaco
Number of keys 88
Pressure point simulation 1
Sounds 16
Polyphony 128
Styles 0
Learn mode 1
Included Accessories Music Stand, Software Download Card, Sustain-Pedal, Power Supply, Manual
Weight 12,8 kg
Audio out 1
Midi Interface USB
USB to Host 1
Speaker Power 2x 25 W
Size 1322 x 297 x 149
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Alesis Prestige Digital Piano

Alesis presents the Prestige: A digital piano that lets you enjoy the authentic sound of a real acoustic piano in the comfort of your own four walls. It features 88 keys with a special mechanism for enhanced playing comfort, 16 different pre-programmed sounds, and a range of dedicated functions to help you practise effectively and get ready for that next performance, including a built-in metronome, 10 demo songs, and a split and layer function. What is more, the Prestige’s special speakers ensure a full sound with excellent clarity. The Prestige differs from the slightly more expensive Prestige Artist model in terms of polyphony and number of sounds available, and in that it does not feature an additional OLED display. Both models make a convincing case in a range of situations thanks to their compact design and the flexible practice options they offer.

Alesis Prestige Digital Piano

Authentic-sounding and versatile

The Prestige’s keys are designed with a graded hammer action and adjustable velocity sensitivity, and the 16 sounds – which include Grand, Dark, Bright, Harpsichord, Strings, Poly Synth, and Synth Bass – have been created using sound sampling technology to ensure complete authenticity. The Prestige also features a 128-note polyphony. The sound can be refined and customised even further using the five selectable on-board reverb effects with adjustable intensity, and the arpeggiator can be used to create melodies. The two integrated micro-array speakers have a power rating of 25 watts each and faithfully reproduce the entire spectrum of sounds. The Prestige’s rear panel features a connection for the included sustain pedal as well as stereo outputs and an AUX input.

Closeup of the Alesis Prestige Digital Piano

Your compact practice companion

The Prestige is ideal for both beginners and professionals looking for a compact digital piano that combines authentic-sounding tones with a wide range of practice options and is also suitable for small performances. What is more, the Prestige’s USB interface means that it can be used to control your DAW’s software instruments, such as virtual synthesizers. The front panel features a pair of headphone outputs that automatically mute the speakers when in use, a practical feature that allows pupils and teachers to practise silently. The digital piano’s robust and compact design makes it easy to transport, so it can be set up and packed away again quickly, whatever the location. The scope of delivery also includes a music rest, a sustain pedal, and a power supply. A three-pedal unit (available as an optional accessory) can also be connected.

Sheet music holder on the Alesis Prestige Digital Piano

About Alesis

Alesis was founded in 1984 by Keith Barr in Hollywood, California, and has become one of the leading manufacturers of signal processors, drum machines, synthesizers, and other studio equipment. The company’s most successful products during its early years were the MIDIverb, the HR-16 drum machine, and the ADAT multitrack digital recorders. In 2001, Alesis was acquired by Numark owner Jack O’Donnell and is now part of his InMusic parent company alongside brands like AKAI, Denon, and many other well-known names in the audio manufacturing industry. Alesis has also been a major player in the field of e-drums for many years and offers a large choice of products in all price ranges.

Diversified learning

The Prestige’s layer and split function lets you play two sounds across the entire keyboard. In learning mode, the digital piano’s 88 keys are divided into two sections, allowing the pupil and teacher to play on the same instrument simultaneously. The metronome provides tempos ranging from 30 to 280bpm, and players can easily monitor their progress by recording and playing back their entire performances using the Prestige’s internal memory. The package is rounded off by a selection of more than 60 interactive lessons from Melodics for both desktop and tablet computers, which let you practise along to modern songs and provide immediate feedback.

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8 Reviews

Alesis Prestige happy buyer.
Cecil L 05.07.2021
My Alesis Prestige arrived a few days ago in perfect condition after shipping from Germany to Ireland. I’m getting back into piano and headphone use is ideal for practicing. The weighted graduated keys feel like a real piano. The sound from the speakers has plenty of volume at 25 watts per channel stereo. It sounds like a real piano on concer grand setting. I especially like that I don’t have to keep referring to the manual. All the settings are clearly displayed above the keys. This is really important to me, to get the most use from it. The damper pedal did not seem to be up to the standard of the instrument so I bought a better quality item from Thomann. Finally the 3 year warranty gives me great confidence in the product.


Jackthebasser 09.10.2023
For that price, the build quality and the sound quality is top notch! And thanks to Thomann, it has been delivered in just 3 days and without a scratch.


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Gute Pianosounds
kleinerbaer1970 14.11.2022
Die Pianosounds sind echt klasse. Orgeln, Synth usw. sind okay. Aber da es mir in der Hauptsache auf das Klavier und die Tastatur ankam, bin ich sehr zufrieden. Die Tastatur ist wirklich schön.


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La base, pas plus
Matatato 21.11.2021
A ce prix on ne s'attend pas à une folie.
La qualité de fabrication est plutôt bonne. Les paramètres accessibles, simples et sobres. Le son est plutôt correct pour le grand piano, dark et bright. Tout les autres sons sont moyens, voir médiocres (mais je ne l'ai pas pris pour ça).
Le clavier présente un toucher agréable, un poil plus léger qu'un toucher lourd accoustique, mais le rendu est bon. Point négatif pourtant: il est très bruyant!
Gros avantage de ce clavier (raison pour laquelle je l'ai choisis), c'est un des seuls de cette gamme de prix sur lequel on peut jouer solo (enceintes et sons intégrés) ET qu'on peut utiliser en clavier maître (connectique USB, pas de midi par contre...).

Au total, un piano numérique abordable, sans grande prétention, plutôt correct.
Gros plus: connectique clavier maître
Gros moins: clavier bruyant


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