Kurzweil

KMC Music
310 West Newberry Road
Bloomfield, Connecticut 06002
855-417-8677
customerservice@kmcmusic.com
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Legendary American inventor Ray Kurzweil, perhaps best known for having developed a reading machine for the blind, and hailed by Forbes magazine as “a modern-day Edison,” launched Kurzweil Music Systems in 1983, following conversations with Stevie Wonder about the potential for combining the control and flexibility of the computer with the sounds of acoustic instruments. The result, in 1984, was the Kurzweil K250, recognized as the world’s first digital piano. In 1990, Boston-based Kurzweil Music Systems was purchased by Young Chang, which continues to operate the division today. Young Chang is part of Korean-based Hyundai Development Company (HDC), one of the largest companies in the world.

Designed and engineered in Boston, Massachusetts, by a team of American sound architects, all Kurzweil home pianos feature the award-winning PC3X sound engine. Kurzweil piano models also feature USB and audio inputs to allow easy expansion via iPads and other external peripherals. Kurzweil pianos and keyboards are available through a combination of musical instrument dealers, piano-specialty stores, and online sources.

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Model & Pricing Guide

Kurzweil

Model
Form
Finish
Dimensions WxDxH (inches)
Weight (pounds)
Realism
Est. Price
Total Watts
Speakers
Piano Pedals
Half Pedal
Bluetooth
KA-90
S
Bk
54x14x5
27
1.8*
700
60
4
1
CUP-1
V
EP
56x17x42
221
6.4
3,200
100
4
3
Y
Y
CUP-410
V
R/Wt
55x18x36
113
7.3
2,000
70
4
3
Y
Y
KAG-100
G
EP
56x30x35
150
1.8*
2,700
35
4
3
Y
MPG-100
G
EP
56x36x35
212
5.5
4,300
60
4
3
Y
MPS-110
S
Bk
52x15x5
36
4.5
1,070
24
4
2
Y
Y
MPS-120
S
Bk
52x15x5
38
5
1,290
24
4
2
Y
Y