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Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 #2708810
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Hi,

I am new to this forum so would like to say hi to everyone. I would like to purchase a digital piano for my studio. After some research and testing I’ve narrowed it down to these 3 choices.

Kawai CA48
Kawai CN37
Decibell Vivo H3

Unfortunately I have no where to try the 48 and H3. As it usually is with digital pianos good quality key strokes are probably most important to me. I read the 48 has wooden keys but not the same as CA78 (as they are suppose to be shorter). So I wonder if anyone has tried this piano yet and could compare it to CN37 keys?

I know that the 37 has more polyphony and other bells and whistles that the 48 doesn’t have but I’m not sure if it’d be worth it for me if the 48’s keys are better. Are the speakers on both pianos exactly the same?

I am quite intrigued by the Vivo H3 but only from reading about it and seeing some videos. Same as the 48 I cannot try in in person.

So i wonder if anyone here has tried all 3 or at least couple of these pianos and could tell me their opinion?

Thank You.

Sincerely,
Samanuel

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Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: Samanuel] #2708863
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I can only comment about the ca48 and cn37. I have tried both and liked the CN37 better. More options, more ways to connect (line in etc) same sound, same cabinet and i think the actions are very simular. I really do not know why they have introduced the ca48 at all.

I did not consider the Decibell, 50 seconds to start playing a piano was too much for me.


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Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: Samanuel] #2708986
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I tried the CA48 as my expected upgrade from a Casio AP460. I ended up purchasing a CA67 at approx £400 more.

The action was good and better than most I tried - but not as good as CA67. Since the original reason for the upgrade (I had only had the other piano about 6 weeks) is that I discovered it very hard to play the Casio when my fingers were close to the backboard of the keys. I'd had a chance to try the acoustic upright I learnt on 56 years previously after the purchase of the Casio. After that retry the Casio seemed impossibly heavy and difficult. I also did some key weighting tests - the acoustic upright required 50gm to make the key go down, the Casio needed between 65 and 70 gms
So I made the decision that I would have to upgrade to something with a better action and lighter keys.

I'd seen the CA48 had just come out and as I arrived at the showroom, they were just unpacking it so I had a few minutes to spare before I could tried. I tried the CA67 in that gap, and realised that action was pretty well perfect. I went back to the CA48 and tried it and although it wasn't bad (certainly miles better than the casio) it didn't feel as perfect as the CA67. The thing that finally tipped me into choosing the CA67 was the lack of control panel. All the control functions needed a function button and then one of the piano keys. There were no markings on the piano - it needed a cheat sheet. One of the things I had found was difficult with the Casio was that some of the functions (metronome speed for instance) required a function button and a piano key.

I am afraid the only other pianos I have tried was a Yamaha ADP 163 which was my original expectation to purchase when I bought the Casio. That was identical (I couldn't tell the difference) to the Casio but I prefered the Casio control panel at the time which is why I ended up purchasing it and a Furich Grand piano - which was in the show room when I went to try the CA48 and which I played to get a feel of the difference a grand felt like from the upright. The CA67 was almost the same feel as the Grand.

Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: Samanuel] #2709076
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The Dexibell (with an "x") will have the same problem that akc42 had with the Casio. The keys are short as they are Fatar TP/100. The Vivo H7 uses Fatar TP/40, but is also more expensive. (And has a better speaker system too, apparently.)

The CN37 and CA48 speaker systems are different at least regarding the placement of the treble speakers. And of course you can see all the wattage numbers and such on Kawai's website. Which one is better? I don't know.

Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: Samanuel] #2709872
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I tested briefly the CA48 and CN37 in a store. The new GF Compact keyboard is a really interesting one. With the instrument switched off it feels like a real mechanical action, you can feel something jumpy beneath the keys, implying free hammers, the same like what you feel on a real piano. As an interesting comparison, I think I don't feel that same hammer movement on the premium GF2 action (CA67, 78, etc.). Can't say if it's any good though. It's an interesting feeling that doesn't help in any way, except maybe to make you feel you play a real piano action. On the other hand it's still somehow stiff, I mean RM3-way stiff frown I don't like that. That was the reason why I loved the RH and RH2 actions in my MP6 and ES7 more than the RM3 in my CA63. Somehow the plastic RH-family feels more fluid and lacks that perceived stiffness. As a side note, the GF2 doesn't suffer from that stiffness and is IMO the best current digital piano action (bar hybrids).

I'd say both CA48 and CN37 actions are equal in terms of dynamics and expressive capabilities.

Otherwise, between CA48 and CN37 the other apparent difference is the speaker system. In CN37 it has a bit more bass presence. Again, that's not clearly a positive because it lacks definition, due to the bass thickness that tends to muddy the sound a bit. I've always felt Kawai pianos have some problems with their bass that is slightly overpowering and not very well balanced with the rest of the sound spectrum. CA48 was crisper and clearer and although it isn't bass heavy, I found that somehow better than being bass muddy smile

Ultimately, I would say if you prefer a slightly heavier action that feels a bit more realistic to the touch, you can go for CA48. If you prefer a smoother and creamy feeling actions that is equally as expressive, you might as well go for CN37. Also, if you prefer slightly bassier piano sound, go for CN37. Otherwise go for CA48.

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Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: CyberGene] #2709982
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Nice writeup, thanks!
Was wondering about the GFC and this really helps...

Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: Samanuel] #2710290
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Thanks to everyone for posting their experiences. It's interesting that some prefer the plastic keyboard of CN37 to the wooden one on the CA48. Or at least it seams the difference between them is not that great.
I found out Kawai is releasing one model up from the 48 the CA58 that has all the features I liked on the CN37 but with the keyboard of the 48. That one has me intrigued. Does anyone know when will it be available to buy? Also there is one more piano from Yamaha that I am interested in. The Yamaha CLP645. I wonder if anyone here has tried this model and could give me their opinion on it and how it compares to the Kawai models here mentioned?Again I'm most interested in how it stacks up keyboard and sound wise to Kawai.

Thank You all for the write ups.

And I apologise for the Decibell instead of DeXibell.

Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: Samanuel] #2710398
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I've noticed the CA58 too; the engine is an upgrade on the 48, I believe, and it has all the connectivity one could want. I mentioned on another posting about the CA48's action.
I found it lively, and very similar to the acoustic uprights I spent a lot of time on. They were excellent on trills and other fancy stiff; better than any of the digitals I played imo.
GF-Compact is a cracker, and now it's found a good home in the CA58.

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Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: peterws] #2710409
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Originally Posted by peterws
GF-2 is a cracker, and now it's found a good home in the CA58.

You meant GF-C, right?

Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: Samanuel] #2710428
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Originally Posted by JoBert
Originally Posted by peterws
GF-2 is a cracker, and now it's found a good home in the CA58.

You meant GF-C, right?


I think he did, but GF2 is a cracker, I wonder is gfc 9/10 the cracker of GF 2 or closer the old RM3 II ? .

I recall the following feedback so far.

Peter says it feels like an upright ( but I wonder what about the escapement) because you don't have that notch feeling in an upright that can be felt during softer playing, not sure what he means here exactly.

Someone way back said it was somewhere in between the old RM3 Grand II in heaviness, seems plausible.

Someone said the longer pivot could be felt, as one might expect.

Cybergene says it felt more like the old RM3 in terms of stiffness, something that I hoped would not be the case, this is one of the reasons I preferred GF 2 wen I tried it, it just felt a bit more fluid. I also found it easier to control softer playing than the RM3 action out of the box with default setup. I was able to compare them quickly as they were side by side in the shop.

If I had to rely on months old memory since I tried a CA17 last time, I would not feel confident in saying how it compares to GFC today, in that case I can only form an impression whether I like that action or not to some degree. I find a few repeated sessions with revisits can really help while adapting too to confirm any impressions one may have.

Anyway, we have a nice spread of opinions, I think trying it out for oneself is the only answer.


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Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: Samanuel] #2710438
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I’d say GFC is slightly closer to RM3 than GF2. Maybe 40:60. This all is subjective and there wasn’t a RM3 piano in the store, only one of those translucent demo units, so not very representative but still.


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Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: Alexander Borro] #2710459
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Originally Posted by Alexander Borro
Originally Posted by JoBert
Originally Posted by peterws
GF-2 is a cracker, and now it's found a good home in the CA58.

You meant GF-C, right?


I think he did, but GF2 is a cracker, I wonder is gfc 9/10 the cracker of GF 2 or closer the old RM3 II ? .

I recall the following feedback so far.

Peter says it feels like an upright ( but I wonder what about the escapement) because you don't have that notch feeling in an upright that can be felt during softer playing, not sure what he means here exactly.



Must admit to preferring it to GF-2. It definitely feels more piano-y than anything else I've played if you see what I mean . . .


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Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: Samanuel] #2710461
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I (kind of) concur that. This interesting "hammer" feeling of the GF-C that's lacking in GF2 is something that makes it feel like it's real and affirms there are some moving parts beneath the keys you're actually throwing. I can compare it to feeling hammers being thrown independently of the keys. I am not sure why that's not so apparent in GF2 although the hammers there can also be thrown separately from the keys. And, as I said, that doesn't make it (GFC) a better action but it certainly feels very real. Yet, I prefer GF2 by a big margin smile

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Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: Samanuel] #2710478
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How about black keys coating in Grand Feel Compact? Does it have the same ebony textured surface as Grand Feel II? Or smoother and closer to Grand Feel?

Does the Grand Feel Compact have improved (in comparison with GF) note-on timing, with ability to trigger notes from the let-off point, as Grand Feel II?

Does the Grand Feel Compact have counterweights on all 88 keys, graded from bass to treble as Grand Feel II?

Does it have more authentic (in comparison with GF) key width and edge camber for black keys (based on SK-EX specification) as Grand Feel II?

Maybe something else? I miss the detailed list of specifications of this new action, as was made by Kawai James in this post for Grand Feel II action.


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Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: CyberGene] #2710493
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Originally Posted by peterws
Must admit to preferring it to GF-2. It definitely feels more piano-y than anything else I've played if you see what I mean . . .


Originally Posted by CyberGene
[GFC] certainly feels very real. Yet, I prefer GF2 by a big margin smile


Contrasting opinions are what PianoWorld is all about.

Officially, GF2 remains Kawai's flagship digital piano keyboard action (the NV10 is essentially an acoustic action, so is not part of this category), however if some users prefer GFC, I am certainly not going to disagree with them - these things are highly subjective, as CyberGene noted above.

However, regardless of which you prefer, I believe we can agree that GFC is a superior and overall more realistic action than RM3 Grand II (which it replaces), so a welcome upgrade. While an extremely popular action, some criticised RM3 Grand II for its (relatively) heavy static weight, especially when playing towards the back of the key - something which has obviously been addressed by GFC.

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Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: 9190] #2710494
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Hello 9190,

I'm still reeling from your out-of-character "MPSE is a joke" comment the other day, however to answer your queries:

Originally Posted by 9190
How about black keys coating in Grand Feel Compact? Does it have the same ebony textured surface as Grand Feel II? Or smoother and closer to Grand Feel?


The GFC black key surface is the same as the RM3 Grand II and GF actions.

Originally Posted by 9190
Does the Grand Feel Compact have improved (in comparison with GF) note-on timing, with ability to trigger notes from the let-off point, as Grand Feel II?


I was unable to trigger notes from the let-off point with GFC, but others may be more successful.

Originally Posted by 9190
Does the Grand Feel Compact have counterweights on all 88 keys, graded from bass to treble as Grand Feel II?


The counterweights are attached to keys in the bass region only.

Originally Posted by 9190
Does it have more authentic (in comparison with GF) key width and edge camber for black keys (based on SK-EX specification) as Grand Feel II?


The black key top is the same as the RM3 Grand II and GF actions.

I hope this helps.

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Re: Kawai CA48 vs CN37 vs Decibell Vivo H3 [Re: Samanuel] #2710578
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Hello Kawai James, and thank you for the information. Please don't be offended, but that's what I really think and feel (just my opinion). For me MP11SE is the biggest disappointment and misunderstanding of Kawai lately. This instrument could be introduced 3 years ago (when CA67/97 came to the market, so now professional MP-line technically way behind of home pianos. This shows Kawai's priority for stage pianos for me).

Thank you again, information you provided was helpful.

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The main question for me is whether the GFC is good for someone who prefer really heavy action.

I have now VPC1 and I wouldn't replace it with anything lighter feelling.
I bought the VPC1 without testing it and I don't have where to try Kawai wooden actions, I only rely on internet reviews.
So when the MP11SE was released I was thinking to replace my VPC1 with an MP11SE, but I saw here in Pianoworld and in other places on the web that there is a concensus that Grand Feel is lighter than RM3 Grand II.
So with the advicement of my piano teacher I decided to stay with the heavier action VPC1.
I also believe that lighter action than RM3 Grand II is less realistic. the lightest action acoustic pianos I ever touched was at least as heavy action as the VPC1.

I have now a new studio vertical piano and its action is significantly heavier than RM3 Grand II.

The Grand Feel Compact could be a game changer for me, if it is really on the heavy side.

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2 posts above yours:

Originally Posted by Kawai James
While an extremely popular action, some criticised RM3 Grand II for its (relatively) heavy static weight, especially when playing towards the back of the key - something which has obviously been addressed by GFC.


So no, I would not expect GF-C to be as heavy as RM3.


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If it is lighter towards the back of the key that's a good news, but if it is also lighter on the front of the keys that's a bad news.

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