The CN33 was the mid-range model in a line of Kawai digital pianos that has long been regarded as one the most successful in the industry. It featured not only our industry-leading Progressive Harmonic Imaging technology for sound creation but also “let-off” simulation and “Ivory Touch” key surfaces that had moisture-absorbing qualities similar to traditional ivory. “Let-off” recreated the sensitive “notch” sensation that a player feels when gently depressing the keys of a grand piano. It added to the authenticity of the instruments “feel” for the player. Offered in a wide variety of finishes, the CN33 was extremely popular and known for its outstanding touch made possible by a “springless” action design that provided consistent upward and downward motion for a smoother, more natural playing experience. The CN33 is now part of Kawai’s legacy as a discontinued product. But the CN Series remains one of the industry’s most award-winning lines of digital pianos. To see the current generation of Kawai CN Series models, visit our CN Series Digital Pianos page.
The CN33 was a mid-range entry in the highly-successful line of CN Series digital pianos from Kawai. In addition to Progressive Harmonic Imaging Sound Technology with 88-key sampling, it offered 96-note polyphony (which was impressive at the time of its introduction). The CN33 was offered in a variety of finishes including Premium Rosewood, Cherry, Mahogany and Satin Black. Now considered a Kawai legacy product, the CN33 is part of Kawai's rich history as a builder of the world's finest digital pianos.