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Most would consider the CA67 to be a generally better piano in almost all aspects.

It does not have native bluetooth, however, I'm under the impression you can get a bluetooth dongle that plugs into the USB port to provide midi etc over bt.

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The CA67 does not have Bluetooth.
However, I would say go for the CA67. The GFII is (arguably) better than the GFC (it is still the action of choice in the CA48's larger siblings CA78 and CA98). The HiXL sound engine is also better. And the speakers/amps too. And it has the SK-5, which the CA48 has not. And it has a better user interface (buttons/display). Essentially, the CA67 is better in ever aspect, except that it doesn't have Bluetooth. And the latter can easily be retrofitted with an adapter, if you really need it.


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Have you excluded the CA58? It is significantly closer to CA67 than CA48.
Also see CA-58 vs CA48 comparison.
(Unfortunately CA67 vs CA58 comparison is not that easy, you need to compare the specs manually I guess)

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