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Originally Posted by Kawai James
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Hello James,

The online retailer I bought my CA99 from was https://www.musique-shop.fr/

I cannot contact kawai france directly, because on the customer service webpage from Kawai France, they say that the first contact should be the retailer. So until now, no luck.

https://www.kawaipiano.fr/support/sav/

Thank you for your reply.

If you are not satisfied with the level of support provided by your retailer, my recommendation would be to contact Kawai France directly.

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Would love to, but I can't seem to find a way to contact them. If you happen to have an e-mail adress or a phone number, I would gladly take it!

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Please try here:

https://www.kawaipiano.fr/support/contactus/

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Originally Posted by Kawai James
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I’m recording my piano part for a duet on the CA79. I have a Bluetooth connection and played their recording through the speakers while playing my part and realized that the record function only records my part, doesn’t put the two together. Is there a way I can record the two together from the piano, or do I need to mix them in a separate program?

Recording Bluetooth Audio is only possible when using the USB audio recorder.

Please try connecting a formatted USB stick, the selecting the recorder in either MP3 or WAV formats. The recorder should capture both the piano sound and the Bluetooth Audio sound together.

It's also possible to copy the track you wish to record with onto a USB stick (in MP3 or WAV format) and use the overdubbing function. This will probably product better quality results, as the audio will not need to be recompressed for transmission by Bluetooth.

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Thank you! Can’t wait to try this when I get home

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Our satin black CA79 arrived at the store and we're picking it up in the morning!


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Our satin black CA79 arrived at the store and we're picking it up in the morning!
Oh nice! I know the excitement. Hope is all perfect smile


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Originally Posted by Kawai James
Originally Posted by Ress
I’m recording my piano part for a duet on the CA79. I have a Bluetooth connection and played their recording through the speakers while playing my part and realized that the record function only records my part, doesn’t put the two together. Is there a way I can record the two together from the piano, or do I need to mix them in a separate program?

Recording Bluetooth Audio is only possible when using the USB audio recorder.

Please try connecting a formatted USB stick, the selecting the recorder in either MP3 or WAV formats. The recorder should capture both the piano sound and the Bluetooth Audio sound together.

It's also possible to copy the track you wish to record with onto a USB stick (in MP3 or WAV format) and use the overdubbing function. This will probably product better quality results, as the audio will not need to be recompressed for transmission by Bluetooth.

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Worked perfectly James, thank you!

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Got the box home and into the house safely in one piece. First things first though. Have to give it a thorough CAT-scan. (first attempt at photo upload - doesn't seem to show inline?)

[img]https://flic.kr/p/2kbvbar[/img]

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So funny Rick we have a similar issue with any new stuff entering our house but only have one - she does not mind our CA79 sounds to you should be safe he he smile

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Originally Posted by RickM
Got the box home and into the house safely in one piece. First things first though. Have to give it a thorough CAT-scan. (first attempt at photo upload - doesn't seem to show inline?)

[img]https://flic.kr/p/2kbvbar[/img]

You cannot use a direct link in these cases. Click on the "share" arrow then choose bbcode:

[Linked Image]

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Originally Posted by EVC2017
You cannot use a direct link in these cases. Click on the "share" arrow then choose bbcode:

I finally figured out that the "share" arrow you mention is on the Flickr site, not here. But where do I choose "bbcode"? I don't see that anywhere here or on Flickr. The post options here show "UBBCode is enabled" but there's nothing in the reply edit toolbar.

I see your link has some tags for url & img. Did you type all that manually?

I searched and found image upload/embed instructions from 2014 on this site: http://forum.pianoworld.com/ubbthreads.php/topics/2248307.html

I created a gallery and uploaded my photo, but the last step of those instructions say there would be 3 links under the photo for "Thumbnail, Medium, and Full", but there are no links. Even if there were, I think I'd be back at the same spot and not know the magic incantation to embed them here in my post.

Other instructions from 2004 said to do what I did above (click IMAGE in the toolbar), which didn't work with the Share URL from Flickr.


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OK, I found a different view of my gallery on Flickr and there, when I click Share, there is a 4th option which is the BBCODE.

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So, my daughter has been living with us for a few months, including all her furniture from her previous home that she sold, plus the 2 cats in the photo. They climb all over everything. They chew on everything: plastic, rubber, wood, and anything that's been within 2 metres of any kind of food. (BTW, these Siberian cats really are awesome though.)

My wife decided we can't open the box to set up the piano until the cats are gone. We're in the process of moving the daughter and her belongings to a new house that she bought. The move should be done in a couple more days. In the mean time, my wife broke a finger moving the daughter's furniture. She'll have a splint on her hand and won't be able to play her new piano until it's off in SEVEN weeks.


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So, my daughter has been living with us for a few months, including all her furniture from her previous home that she sold, plus the 2 cats in the photo. They climb all over everything. They chew on everything: plastic, rubber, wood, and anything that's been within 2 metres of any kind of food. (BTW, these Siberian cats really are awesome though.)

My wife decided we can't open the box to set up the piano until the cats are gone. We're in the process of moving the daughter and her belongings to a new house that she bought. The move should be done in a couple more days. In the mean time, my wife broke a finger moving the daughter's furniture. She'll have a splint on her hand and won't be able to play her new piano until it's off in SEVEN weeks.
oh my...so sorry smirk


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Originally Posted by RickM
In the mean time, my wife broke a finger moving the daughter's furniture. She'll have a splint on her hand and won't be able to play her new piano until it's off in SEVEN weeks.

Ouch, hope she gets well soon!

(I'm also currently unable to do much following a recent injury...)

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(I'm also currently unable to do much following a recent injury...)


Oh no! Sorry to hear that. We have a friend who also recently bought a piano and started with lessons. Two days before my wife broke her finger, our friend slipped and fell and broke her wrist. She's in a cast for 6 weeks.

Something in the water? lol


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Originally Posted by RickM
Oh no! Sorry to hear that. We have a friend who also recently bought a piano and started with lessons. Two days before my wife broke her finger, our friend slipped and fell and broke her wrist. She's in a cast for 6 weeks.

Ouch! Wrists are also tough - I broke my left wrist a few years ago, but it's fine now. It needs to be, as I broke a bone in my right hand, so that arm is in currently in a cast! I also have a temporary cast on my right leg while the top of the tibia heals. Hopefully I'll be back on my bike early next year.

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Hopefully I'll be back on my bike early next year.




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Did you experience any problems importing from that France retailer?

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Hi, a new user here. Have been eagerly reading through the thread over the past few months. I am in envy with the delivery/availability experiences the fellow users have. In my country in Singapore, I have made an order for the CA99 since August, and was initially told it would be arriving in November. That didn't happen as the shipment is now delayed till next week. Here's to hoping that the wait is worth it.

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Darn James, you got busted up! I hope you’re back to 100% as quickly as possible. 2021 is a brand new year.👍

Wishing you the best in it,
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