Top 10 Best Digital Piano Keyboards

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Digital keyboards have changed the music industry — true piano sound quality that’s affordable + portable (great for taking classes!)

Below is my list of the best digital piano keyboards online.

#1.) Yamaha Digital Piano Keyboard
#2.) Casio Privia Digital Piano
#3.) Yamaha Stage Piano / Yamaha DGX 660
#4.) * Alesis Beginner Digital Piano
#5.) Yamaha Portable Grand Piano
#6.) Yamaha Weighted Action Digital Piano
#7.) Korg Digital Piano Keyboard
#8.) Casio Privia “AiR” Digital Piano
#9-10) Coming soon!

** FYI  digital keyboard links go to Amazon (which typically has the best prices)

✅ Top #1 Pick: Yamaha Digital Piano Keyboard (P71)

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Yamaha Digital Piano has a traditional style w/ 88 fully-weighted keys — buyers say it feels like you’re playing a true acoustic piano.

Weighing only 25-pounds, it’s compact + portable, making it ideal for classes!

Keyboard comes w/ 10 voices + lets you blend voices.

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Using the USB port on the back, you can connect the keyboard to your computer + headphones/speakers

Lots of positive buyer reviews make it one of the best options for a semi-reasonable price.

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#2.) Casio Privia Digital Piano (PX160)

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Privia PX160 Digital Piano has top notch sound quality — 18 built-in piano tones and Casio’s AiR system (AiR = acoustic and intelligence resonator)

FYI: pedal produces same sound effect you’ll hear on a true acoustic piano

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It comes w/ two 8-watt speakers are built-in and additional speakers, as well as headphones, can be connected.

Casio Privia’s 88 keys are designed to replicate the feel of real piano keys for an authentic playing experience.

Buyers were happy w/ it’s sound quality and price.

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#3.) Yamaha Stage Piano (CP40)

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Yamaha Stage Piano has multiple sounds programmed into the digital keyboard, and you can blend sounds together + save settings for repeated use.

Like other digital keyboards, you can easily connect headphones, speakers or a computer to this model. It does not have built-in speakers.

One of the heavier digital keyboards on this list, you’ll want a sturdy keyboard stand.

If you want to upgrade – Yamaha DGX 660 digital grand piano comes w/ matching stand — so far one of the best reviewed pianos online.

Excellent for anyone serious about playing + recording!

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#4.) Alesis Recital Beginner Digital Piano

Alesis Beginner Digital Piano Keyboard

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Alesis Recital Digital Piano has 5 programmed voices you can choose from: bass, synth, acoustic piano, electric piano and organ sounds.

It’s the most affordable keyboard on my list + comes w/ free 3-month subscription to Skoove piano lessons.

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Built-in 20-watt speakers provide excellent sound — You can also connect headphones or additional speakers.

The 88 keys are semi-weighted — You can choose how touch-responsive you want the keys to be.

Power adapter is included but a sustain pedal must be bought separately.

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#5.) Yamaha Portable Grand Piano (YPG-235)

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Yamaha Portable Grand Piano comes w/ 500 pre-programmed voices, giving you a variety of options to choose from when playing.

A unique feature of this keyboard is the built-in learning tools designed to teach you how to play. (Good for children or beginners!)

It has a music library of 300 songs, and additional songs can be added.

It has 76 keys + built-in speakers — easily connect it to a computer or headphones.

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#6.) Yamaha Weighted Action Digital Piano (P255)

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Yamaha Professional Digital Piano is the best digital piano for live performances.

Easily sync it w/ Yamaha app which lets you digitally change keyboard settings (instead of pressing buttons)

One of the coolest features is the Sound Boost Button – this feature lets you cut through any melody or voice. Excellent for advanced play-over effect!

Another unique feature are the 15-watt speakers that are highly specialized speakers for generating 100% balanced sound. Right away you’ll that lower notes have a much richer sound quality.

FYI — the Yamaha P255 is very expensive (meant for those serious about learning)

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#7.) Korg Digital Piano (SP170s)

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Korg Digital Piano has 10 pre-programmed sound options for specialized effects: reverb and chorus

Built-in speakers are designed to provide quality sound while playing. People who bought this model were very satisfied with the sound quality.

Buyers say they like the performance and feel of the 88-weighted keys on this model.

Korg’s digital keyboard has a damper pedal and 2 headphone jacks on the back.

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#8.) Casio Privia “AiR” Digital Piano (PX350)

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Casio Touch Sensitive Privia comes w/ 250 built-in audio tones — and includes Casio’s patented AiR acoustic system.

It also has 180 pre-recorded drum rhythms + 17-track recorder (for making optimal audio recordings)

Built-in USB outlet allows you to connect it to a computer. Also has outlets for headphones, speakers and other add-ons.

Very portable at 25-pounds – it’s great for carrying to class or school!

One of the newer models Casio released, but already is top rated digital piano keyboard.

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** I’ll be adding #9-10 best digital keyboards soon. Stay tuned!

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About the Author: Sandra Lowell

Sandra is a freelance writer from the East Coast. She has spent several years writing newspaper articles, education reports and reviews. When she isn't writing she's walking her dogs, taking pictures or scrapbooking.

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