Hemingway DP-501 MKII AT


Digital Piano

  • 88 Weighted keys with hammer action
  • LCD display with blue backlight
  • 16 Sounds
  • 64-Voice polyphony
  • 16 Demo songs
  • Reverb
  • Chorus
  • Metronome
  • Transpose, split and layer function
  • 3 Pedals
  • Retractable keyboard cover
  • Internal recorder: 3 tracks / 90000 notes
  • USB MIDI Recorder
  • Duet mode
  • Loudspeaker system: 2x 20 W
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1400 x 490 x 860 mm
  • Weight: 54 kg
  • Design: Anthracite
  • Power supply included


  • 2 Headphone jacks
  • Line out L/R
  • Line in
  • MIDI out
  • USB to host (Windows 8 or later, Mac OS X 10.8 or later)
  • USB to device
  • Bluetooth
available since August 2015
Item number 358344
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Color Black
Finish Matt
Number of keys 88
Wooden Keys No
Ivory Feel Keyboard No
Pressure point simulation No
Keyboard cover Yes
Sounds 16
Polyphony 64
Arranger No
Styles 0
Display Yes
Sequencer Yes
Learn mode No
Bluetooth Audio Yes
Bluetooth Midi No
"Half-pedal" option No
Audio out Yes
Audio input Yes
Midi Interface OUT
USB to Host Yes
USB to Device Yes
Speaker Power 2x 20 W
Size 140 x 490 x 860 mm
Weight 54,0 kg
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Music furniture for beginners

The Hemingway DP-501 MKII is a digital piano with 88 weighted synthetic keys and a 64-voice polyphony. In addition to the two acoustic piano sounds, it offers fourteen other sounds that can be split and combined, as well as sixteen demo songs. Due to its extremely low price, the piano is particularly appropriate for beginners who don't want to spend a fortune on their first piano. Guaranteeing a particularly authentic playing feel, the DP-501 MKII is equipped with a hammer mechanism. The DP-501 MKII is indeed a remarkable bargain!

Many possibilities

The sixteen sounds offered by the Hemingway DP-501 MKII are played through the built-in speakers (20 watts each). The blue LCD screen shows the currently selected sound and offers additional setting options. A simple reverb, a chorus effect, and a metronome (with a tempo tap button) are also on board. The sound can be adjusted using two controls (treble and bass) and also reproduced via the stereo RCA output. The three pedals integrated at the base are connected with the bottom of the digital piano via a cable, as is the external power supply. The rest of the ports are located on the front side. The DP-501 MKII cuts a good figure and, on top of that, it comes with a retractable keyboard cover.

Ideal for jamming

Each letter abbreviation in the title of the Hemingway DP-501 stands for the colour variant. Accordingly, the piano is available in anthracite ("AT"), in rosewood ("RW"), i.e. in a timber finish, and in white ("WH"). It has an internal MIDI recorder and a USB MIDI recorder (USB-to-device) as well as a MIDI-out and a USB-to-host. In addition to the stereo RCA input, there is a Bluetooth USB adapter that can be used to wirelessly connect a smartphone or tablet, for example. The player device's signal is then reproduced through the built-in loudspeakers, which is useful when listening to songs or simply for jamming.

About Hemingway

Thomann’s in-house brand Hemingway makes digital pianos with numerous features that provide beginners with "a lot of instrument" at very acceptable cost. The pianos, made in China, are high-quality models and include a variety of features. Hemingway's digital pianos are among the most popular options available in the lower price bracket. What is more, their appearance and practicality will satisfy the requirements of many pianists, well beyond beginner level.

Hey, teachers, don't leave them keys alone!

The velocity-sensitive keys can be set to three levels: Normal, hard, and soft. When the level is set to "hard", the keys only have to be played lightly to achieve higher volumes, while the "soft" setting means they have to be played harder. In addition to the split and layer mode, the Hemingway DP-501 MKII also has a twin mode. With this mode, the instrument is "divided" into two, whereby both parts are provided with an identical sound. In this way, two pianists can play side by side in the same octave range, which is particularly interesting for piano lessons. And the two headphone outputs are further proof that Hemingway's intention is to get people making music together.

Good piano
Anonymous 17.11.2016
I am a piano teacher and I needed a piano for my new location. I think this is the best purchase. Good value for money.
Young students tend to be aggressive with the instruments and I don't want to spend a lot of money on repairs.
You can't compare it with a Yamaha but I think it does its job.
Very good for teaching and studying. Doesn't look cheap at all. All my students though I paid 1k for it.
I would definitely recommend it.


ugur11 01.01.2020
I just loved it. The price for this performance, quality and many features is remarkable. It has every type of ports on it even bluetooth and MIDI. Keep in mind though it's heavy. Requires two people to install.


Awesome look and sound
Joao.ribeiro 11.12.2019
Very good from my perspective. Begginer level.
Looks great in my living room and it also sounds great


Good deal
Adrien1050 21.08.2020
Nice electric piano. I am not pianist, but I do use a piano for composing. This one is perfect for the use I have !


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