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Early research by Chicago industrialist Frederick C. Lowrey produced a working model of an electronic sound source in 1918. The company bearing his name made organs for many years and, for a brief time in the 1980s, pianos. In 1988, Lowrey joined the Kawai family of companies, and is a developer and distributor of Lowrey Virtual Orchestra and digital piano products designed for the consumer market.

Digital Piano: Specifications & Prices

See the Introduction for an explanation of specifications and a key to the finish codes.

Prices in blue italics indicate MAP (Minimum Advertised Price). Other prices are our estimates based on normal retail margins. For more information on MAP and retail pricing, please see "Shopping Options" in our article "Buying a Digital Piano."

Click the Model link for additional specifications. Click the Product Page icon to go to the manufacturer's web page for that model.

  Model Form
Slab, Vertical, Grand
Ensemble Finish
See finish codes
Est. Street Price Voices Rhythms / Styles Polyphony Pedals
H = half-pedaling support
Speakers / Watts Recording
MIDI Tracks / Digital Audio (DA)
Bluetooth Vocal Support Educational Features Product Page
EZP7 V E Bk 2,909 72 24 256 3 2 / 30 No No Yes External Website Link

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