Key Digital Piano

Last updated: February 21, 2019


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Product Details

In our analysis of 49 expert reviews, the Key Digital Piano placed 7th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

88-key Digital Home Piano with 30 Sounds, Built-in Speakers, RH3 Hammer Action Keyboard, and 3-pedal Design with Half-damper Support – Black

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

The fact that it comes complete with 3 pedals makes it a more favorable choice. This is particularly advantageous for the serious students and players who want a more realistic feel. The presence of 3 pedals not only helps to replicate the genuine feel, it also makes your buying experience more economical as you don’t need to get extra pedals.
- CMUSE
Korg’s LP-380 is imbued with a basic hammer technology. This is meant to mimic the feel of an authentic classical piano. It is acclaimed to have four resistance zones that enhance the sounds authenticity. This technology also gives bass notes a heavier feel and treble notes a softer weight.
The default piano sound is very good as are a couple of the electric keyboard sounds. Turning the volume up too high can cause some distortion in the internal speakers. There is a line out jack to connect to an amplifier or powered speakers.
The three pedal unit is a welcome sight for those looking to add more of the acoustic grand piano experience to the digital setting, as the unit makes way for a soft, sostenuto, and sustain pedal attached to the base boarding of the piano
The Real Weighted Hammer Action 3 Keyboard coupled with the three perfectly positioned pedals make the LP-380 a great choice for serious piano students or performers who want an at-home piano.
The Line Out jack makes recording a melody genuinely basic, and the MIDI network implies associating with different gadgets is a breeze.

What reviewers didn't like

Considering the size, it is a bit heavy. This makes it not much suitable for traveling.
- CMUSE
The LP-380 has reverb and tone but lacks the effects options of similar models.
There is also a lip to keep your music book from closing or sliding forward, but it’s too high and makes turning pages difficult, especially if you’re trying to do it quickly.
One drawback to the LP-380 is its lack of a Line In jack. Lacking this feature, pianists are unable to connect an audio player to the digital piano, listen to it through the piano’s speakers, and play along.
The Korg LP 380 is its absence of a Line In jack. Coming up short on this component, musicians can’t associate a sound player to the advanced piano, hear it out through the piano’s speakers, and play along.
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