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Digital Piano with Automatic Accompaniment
- 88 Weighted keys with hammer action keyboard
- 500 Sounds
- 200 Styles
- 60 Internal songs
- 2 Demo songs
- 128 Voice polyphony
- Sequencer (3 user songs)
- Sync Start, Sync Stop, Intro/Ending, Fill-In A, and Fill-In B functions
- One touch setting
- Chord and Dual/Split mode
- Transpose function
- 3 Pedals
- Key cover
- Speakers: 2x 25 W, 2x 20 W
- Dimensions (W x D x H): 1380 x 514 x 906 mm
- Weight: 53 kg
- Colour: Black
- 2 Headphone outputs
- AUX input and output
- MIDI input and output
- USB Midi
The entertainer piano
The Thomann DP-95 is a real multi-talent. As a full-featured digital piano, it offers all of the sounds and functions you will need to practice the piano. But there is more to it than that: Thanks to the integrated auto-accompaniment feature, anybody can be an entertainer. The many rhythms and sounds invite you to play, improvise, and have fun – transforming your living room into a concert hall and dancefloor. In this way, practising becomes much more fun, and concert pianists and entertainers of all ages are sure to get their money’s worth. Available in black or white, this all-rounder is a pleasing eye-catcher in every living room.
A real multi-talent
The DP-95 combines the classic functions of a digital piano – such as high-quality grand piano sounds, a hammer action keyboard with weighted keys, and an integrated metronome – with the huge range of sounds that you would expect from an entertainer keyboard. A full 500 rich timbres and 200 rhythms ensure that boredom won’t ever set in. The rhythms invite you to jam, offering a great variety for practising. And if you want to, the DP-95 will help you become an entertainer within your own four walls and a star at every party. The four powerful speakers won't disappoint your ears, either. However, if you wish, the DP-95 can also do things quietly: It features two headphone outputs to ensure that practising even late at night is no problem.
Diversity makes the difference
Most digital pianos are limited to a handful of tones – two to three grand piano sounds and a few organs and string sounds. With the DP-95, however, it’s a whole different matter: With 500 sounds in total, it covers almost every instrument you can imagine. This way, practising isn’t just way more fun, the wide range of sounds also inspire creativity and invite you to experiment. Together with the rhythms, they allow an expressive interpretation of many popular hits. The DP-95 also has a classic side, though: Thanks to its high-quality grand piano sound, velocity-sensitive weighted keys, and three pedals, it is a digital piano in all aspects, but nevertheless one that has some aces up its sleeve.
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.
The right connection for everything
The DP-95 is an entertainer keyboard with the appearance of a digital piano. Practising the piano, making music together, and having fun – it is indeed a musical all-rounder for the whole family. An essential aspect here are the appropriate connections: Besides the two headphone outputs, the DP-95 offers an AUX input with which you can easily play music from a music player or smartphone, and on top of that an AUX output to connect it to an amplifier. Not that an amplifier is really needed, thanks to the powerful integrated speakers. Moreover, it is also highly compatible with computers: Thanks to its MIDI input and output, as well as the USB port, it can be used in combination with music software on a computer, which opens up additional opportunities.