Kawai’s pianos are recognized around the world for their outstanding tone and performance. The NV5 is the latest addition to Kawai's NOVUS series of pianos. It features the Millennium III Hybrid upright piano action with real damper mechanism, Bluetooth MIDI and audio connectivity, and great piano sounds, including the Shigeru Kawai SK-EX grand piano sounds. With a large LCD touchscreen display and an ultra-compact cabinet design, the NV5 piano's unique hybrid technology delivers an authentic acoustic playing experience.
The NV5 delivers the touch of a world-class upright piano through its Millennium III Hybrid upright piano action with real damper mechanism, which authentically replicates the natural motion and feel of an acoustic piano. A modern touchscreen LCD display and Bluetooth and USB connectivity create a cutting-edge playing experience for the player. With impressive sounds powered by Onkyo transducers – including the renowned Shigeru Kawai SK-EX Concert Grand Piano – the NV5 sets a high standard for competitive hybrid digital piano technology.
- Millennium III Hybrid upright piano keyboard action with optical hammer sensing system
- Real upright piano damper mechanism for true key and pedal weighting
- SK-EX Rendering sound engine with multi-channel piano sampling
- Premium audio processing, amplification, and speaker technologies powered by Onkyo
- 3rd generation TwinDrive Soundboard Speaker system featuring Onkyo transducers
- Integrated Bluetooth® MIDI and audio for wireless communication with smart devices
- Modern 5″ LCD touchscreen display with intuitive swipe operation
- Flexible Virtual Technician function with 19 adjustable parameters
- Convenient WAV/MP3/MIDI file record and playback via USB memory
- Attractive topboard speaker cover crafted by Danish textile house Kvadrat
- Stunning ebony polish cabinet design with Soft Fall fallboard system
Kawai Novus NV5
- Depth: 18 1/4" (46 cm)
- Width: 58 3/4" (149 cm)
- Height: 43 1/4" (110 cm)
- Weight: 249 lbs (113 kg)
Free ground level delivery within the Bay Area. Some charges may apply for steps or additional difficulties.