Best Digital Piano Under 1500 in 2020 – Reviews and Buying Guide

Best digital piano under 1500  are versatile, enriched with too many features regarding quality and playability.

They come with excellent high quality as well as fairly functional. In reality, digital pianos under 1500 dollars  are musical instruments of great value.

3 of the best quality digital pianos under $1500 are as follows.

#1 Casio Privia PX 350

  • 88 keys, full keyboard
  • 128 notes
  • Tri-sensor scaled hammer action
  • 18 Voices
  • Split/Layer
  • Metronome
  • Speakers

#2 Roland F-140R

  • 88 keys, full keyboard
  • 128 notes
  • 5 Types of touch sensitivity; ivory feel of keys; weighted keys
  • 11 Grand Piano Voices; 305 Tones
  • Split/Layer
  • Metronome
  • Speakers
  • Three pedals
  • Lid
  • ipod /Apple connectivity

#3 Yamaha DGX-650

  • 88 keys, full keyboard
  • 128 notes
  • Tri-sensor scaled hammer action
  • 18 Voices
  • Split/Layer
  • Metronome
  • Speakers

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14 thoughts on “Best Digital Piano Under 1500 in 2020 – Reviews and Buying Guide”

  1. Im so glad kdp110 was on your list because your review was the reason why i bought it. There no real reviews online as everyone loves yamaha

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  2. Can someone help me with information, I need to know if anyone has played or plays on a Casio PX-200? No information i could find, I’m thinking of getting it…priced at 120

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  3. I’m getting the KAWAI KDP110 soon, I just live the feel and depth of it. Great price of only $1350 here in Australia

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    • I’ve got the AP 470, these a function to transpose the keys directly down or up. Also An option to tune e.g. on 438 Hz or 443 Hz etc. In case thats what you mean.

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  4. So, I just bought the Roland F140r and I found something peculiar. When I connect an amplifier to the line out of this piano I get no sound through the line out, unless I plug in the headphones as well to the headphones port on the Roland. Is this standard practice on digital pianos with line out port?

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    • I believe so, I had this with many of my older roland keyboards, I guess it still a thing, however, I’m also considering the f140r it’s obviously the best looking and sounding of all!

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  5. I owned a Yamaha CLP 635 (with the same piano sounds and keys as the P 515) .. but I switched to the much cheaper P125 after a few months.
    I like the CFIII S grand sample on the P125 sooo much better than the CFX sample in the P 515. The other piano sounds on the P125 are great too and the keys feel really nice and so smooth when playing (and the keys even make less noise then the much more expensive CLP 635 that I owned).

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    • Thanks for your review! Your opinion is great to hear, especially since you have owned and played them, I love the P 125 also!

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