Thomann DP-32 B

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Digital Piano

  • 88 Weighted keys with hammer action
  • 16 Sounds
  • 60 Internal songs
  • 128-Voice polyphony
  • Reverb
  • Sequencer with 5 user songs
  • Effects
  • Duet
  • Touch response
  • Voice demo
  • Metronome
  • Transpose function
  • 3 Pedals
  • 2 Headphone outputs
  • USB MIDI connection
  • USB to host (Midi only, Windows 8 or later, Mac OS X 10.8 or later)
  • 2 AUX outputs
  • Speakers: 2x 10 W
  • Dimensions: 1363 x 440 x 850 mm
  • Weight: 38.5 kg
  • Colour: Black matte
Available since May 2019
Item number 448686
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Colour Black
Finish matt
Number of keys 88
Wooden Keyboard No
Ivory Feel Keyboard No
Pressure point simulation No
Keyboard cover Yes
Number of Sounds 16
Polyphony 128
Accompaniment No
Styles 0
Display No
Sequencer Yes
Learning function No
Bluetooth Audio No
Bluetooth Midi No
Half pedal possible Yes
Audio out Yes
Audio input Yes
Midi Interface VIA USB
USB to Host Yes
USB to Device No
Sounds 16
Weight 38,5 kg
Speaker Power 2x 10 W
Speaker power 2x 10W
Dimensions 1363 x 440 x 850
Size 1320 x 440 x 815
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More than just a piano

Thomann DP-32 B Digital Piano

The Thomann DP-32 is an elegant and functional substitute for an acoustic piano. This digital piano offers beginners and advanced players all of the features and sounds they need in order to practise the piano, and much more besides. Thanks to its elegant housing, it stands out no matter what the surroundings. Available in black or white, the DP-32 cuts a great figure on any occasion, and with its extensive features, it can easily hold its own against much more expensive digital pianos. Novice pianists will not be the only ones impressed by its sound, its playing feel, and its possibilities!

Controls on the Thomann DP-32 B Digital Piano

Authentic grand piano feeling

First things first: The Thomann DP-32 is equipped with a high-quality keyboard and a real hammer mechanism, which ensures an authentic and pleasant playing feel - an especially important feature for beginners. The keyboard's touch sensitivity can be set to five different levels, depending on your individual taste. It can also be deactivated, for example when you want to play organ sounds. What's more, the pedals correspond to those of a real grand piano. As well as the sustain and soft pedals, the DP-32 also has a middle sostenuto pedal, ensuring that the piano is a match even for challenging piano literature.

A sonic stunner

In terms of sound, the DP-32 leaves nothing to be desired: Its 16 tones include various grand piano sounds, electric piano sounds, organs, strings, and more. If desired, the keyboard can be divided into two sounds in Split mode, or two sounds can be superimposed in Dual mode. In addition, the digital piano offers the TWINOVA four-hand mode, which is particularly suitable for teaching. The integrated chorus and reverb effects invite you to experiment and offer a great sonic variety. During playback, the powerful speakers ensure a full and rich sound. And of course, the DP-32 can also do the opposite: Thanks to the two headphone outputs, you can practise even if your roommates don't want to be disturbed.

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About Thomann digital pianos

Thomann-brand instruments, which are exclusively built by renowned manufacturers, now constitute a large part of Thomann’s product range alongside numerous big-name brands. With unbeatable price-performance ratios, Thomann digital pianos are the obvious first choice for students and beginners – and others too. The technical features and uncompromising sound quality they offer are usually reserved for much more expensive instruments found in the professional market segment.

Pedals on the Thomann DP-32 B Digital Piano

All-in-one package

Practising the piano is very easy with the DP-32: Just switch it on and start playing. Besides, there are many helpful functions, such as the built-in metronome and the 60 integrated practice pieces. When playing the songs, the left and right hand can be muted separately so that you can play them yourself. With the integrated recorder, you can record up to five pieces to document your playing progress or to store your ideas. Good connectivity is also ensured: The AUX input allows you to connect a music player or smartphone to play music. The digital piano can be connected to an amplifier system or a recorder via the AUX output. There is also a USB port, allowing the DP-32 to be connected to a computer and to be used with music software. In other words, the DP-32 leaves no wish unfulfilled.

In the spotlight: TWINOVA mode

The DP-32's TWINOVA mode is very suitable for teaching. Similar to the split mode, the keyboard is divided into two sections. Unlike Split mode, however, these areas are not assigned to two different sounds, but rather to the same tonal range of the same sound. This function allows teachers and students to sit next to each other while having access to the same pitch range. Very convenient!

Connections on the Thomann DP-32 B Digital Piano

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Looks really great, plays well, sound quality is just okay
pianoreviewer 19.02.2022
I read the reviews of so many different digital pianos and keyboards, and this one was just so well reviewed that for the price, I decided it was the best choice.

First the good: assembly is super easy, and the build of the piano is quite good. It's sturdy, appears to be pretty high quality and once it is all put together it really does look beautiful. The keys play so nicely and it really feels like you're playing a real piano. The keys even make that heavy hammer sound that a real piano makes when hitting the keys. The instruction manual is clear and concise and that makes getting familiar with the feature easy. Some of the features are really useful! The metronome can be programmed by one beat per minute all the way up to 220 bpm (I think), so you can make sure the metronome is at exactly the rhythm you like.

So, all in all, it's lovely to look at, and feels very nice to play!

Now, the cons: The thing I'm most disappointed about to be honest is the sound quality. Perhaps I'm asking too much for this price, but I'm not really sure that I am. The piano just doesn't sound that great. It's okay, and I'm still enjoying playing, and it doesn't take away from the overall enjoyment, but I really hoped it would sound better. There's a very small, but audible high pitch frequency as the notes fade out, and there's audible noise (that sort of hissy, airy sound you get when you turn a microphone way up) when the notes are played. Overall it's a bit tinny, and I feel like when you play a chord, you get audible sound waves, like what you get on a guitar when a chord is played and strings are slightly out of tune.

I had hoped that it would sounds better when I used headphones, but to be honest, it sounds exactly the same, even when using very expensive, high quality headphones.

The 16 voices, in my opinion, are really not worth using. None of them sound particularly good or convincing, which is also fine because a real piano only has one voice: a piano :)

Again, the sound quality isn't horrible, it just isn't better than good. I think for the price, you might find something that SOUNDS better, even if you won't find something that looks better.

In the end, I've decided to keep the piano, as it's my first, and I feel its adequate to learn on, but if you really want excellent sound, I'd recommend buying a different piano or keyboard, as the sound here does really leave something to be desired.
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Bought it for my daughter
Ιωάννη&sig 02.11.2021
I play the guitar for more than 20 years however I know little about pianos. I bought it for my daughter (6 years old) since she has just started taking lessons. It was really easy to assemble it and the sound seems more than ok. We live in an apartment down-town so the "noise adjustment" factor is also important. The comments I received from my daughter's tutor were also positive. I mean... it's not like an actual piano, on the other hand in case she quit, I can always sale it without loosing my money and without any special logistics arrangements.
To sum up, I totally recommended it for beginners. In my opinion it's the best solution you can have for this price.
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Beautiful and nice sound
vitor.ribeiro 10.01.2023
I can recommend this Piano, it's beautiful and it gives an amazing look for your house. and sound is also really good! I love that it does not have a display, so the look is quite of oldschool. loved.
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gonus 15.03.2024
For a child starting to play piano, you never know if the will to learn ends after a short period. Said, not sounding like a real piano is pretty good for a starting point. Pedals are hard to sustain and pressure on lower keys it requires a little practice!
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