It Looks, Sounds and Feels Just Like a Real Piano
FREE 5 Year Warranty included
All parts and labour covered. We come to your home, read more.
Availability: Discontinued, new model now available: Classenti UD1
Colour: Polished Ebony
“The Classenti CDP3i has a superb sound, an authentic touch and a classy appearance… If you want a real piano, but don’t have the space for one, the Classenti CDP3i digital piano is as close as you’ll get for the price.”
CDP3i in Polished White
Delivery info: The CDP3i is delicately delivered and assembled by our team of professional piano movers. We remove all packaging during the quality checking procedure, so it will be delivered to you as seen in the photo, already assembled. Delivery usually takes 1-3 days.
Available Colours: Polished ebony, polished white
FREE 5 Year In-Home Warranty (Covers all parts and labour for 5 years. Repairs carried out in your home). Read more
The Classenti CDP3i comes with a 5 year, ‘at-your-home’, parts and labour warranty.
This means a technician will come to your home if any repairs are needed.
There is no cost to you… And you won’t have to send your piano anywhere.
60 Day Money Back Guarantee (If it’s not as good as you expected then we’ll collect it at no cost to you). Read more
1) “With this piano I think I’m practising more than I ever was”
Good morning Graham,
Just thought I’d drop you a line to say thank you very much for all the help given prior to my purchase and to commend how easy it was to purchase and have the piano delivered, with this piano I think I’m practising more than I ever was with my old tired worn out electric piano, thank you.
Thank you again for a pleasant transaction.
Review by Neil Till, Shrewsbury (24/06/2013)
Rent-to-Own This Piano
~ Not sure if your child will take to playing the piano?
~ Are you worried about the initial investment?
… Why not consider our ‘rent-to-own’ programme?
The main features of the CDP3i are listed down the page
5 Year On-Site Warranty (We come to you. All parts and labour covered)
88 Full Size, Fully-Weighted Piano Keys
Real Hammer Action Keyboard (graded hammers)
Touch Sensitive Keys (5 dynamic levels)
Real wood soundboard to enhance the sound. Also wooden ribs (just like a real piano). The soundboard faces to the back of the piano
23 Instrumental Voices: Piano 1, Piano 2, Electric Piano 1, Electric Piano 2, Harpsichord, Organ, Strings, Vibraphone…
Real piano lid that closes over the keys (the slow-closing device stops little fingers from being hurt)
Built-in 4-way stereo speaker system: 2 x 50 watts – that’s 100 watts of stereo amplification! – speaker sizes: 7 inch x 2. 2 inch x 2
Internal Record Feature (up to 4,000 notes)
3 Pedals: Sustain, Soft and Sostenuto
Key weight Control (4 settings)
Extra Long Music Desk
Simple 6-Button User Panel
Headphones: 2 x Headphone jacks to connect 2 sets of headphones (for two players)
128 Note Polyphony
AUX In/Out (Audio In/Out)
USB (midi interface)
USB in, Pedal in
Dual Voice With Layer Balance
Master Volume Switch
Power On/Off Switch
Made in Indonesia
Colours: Polished Ebony and Polished White
23 demo songs (pre-set sounds)
Simplified user panel with only 6 buttons
Length: 141cm (55.5 inches)
Height: 100cm (39.4 inches)
Depth: 42cm (16.5 inches)
Music rest height: 18cm (7.1 inches)
Music rest length: 85cm (33.5 inches)
Floor to bottom of keybed (leg room measurement): 61cm (24 inches)
Close up of polished ebony finish
UK Piano’s Guarantee To You…
FREE 5 Year ‘at home’ Warranty (All parts and labour covered. And we’ll visit your home if anything needs fixing. If anything mechanical, structural, or electronic goes wrong within the first 5 years, then you’re completely covered. There’s nothing to pay, and you won’t need to send your piano anywhere!) Read more
60 Day Money Back Guarantee (If you’re not completely satisfied with your new Classenti piano, then we’ll collect it at no cost to you). Read more
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“Where are the buttons for different sounds etc?”
Answer/ There is a button on the left.
Pressing the button and a black key
will select a different voice.
It is very easy to use. The voices are all
marked, so you know which is which.
“CDP3 or the new model CDP3i, what are the differences?”
Comparing CDP3 and CDP3i what are the differences? It seemed CDP3 is more reliable because it is made in Germany and Japan where are famous for hand made goods whereas CDP3i are made in Indonesia which I am sure about the quality in long run.
I am sorry to ask you so many questions as it is quite expensive good that I want to make sure it meets my expectations and needs.
Reply/ Hi Emily
The CDP3 is made in China.
The CDP3i is made in Indonesia.
We aren’t planning any sales in the New Year.
Most of the famous names in digital pianos now
produce their pianos in Indonesia:
Yamaha, Roland and Kawai, in particular.
These are the advantages of CDP3i over CDP3:
Clearer, more natural tone, and longer sustain.
This is due to new sampling, bigger speakers
(2 x 50 watts versus 2 x 30 watts), and a real
wood soundboard on the piano’s back.
The wood soundboard helps amplify the sound
and gives it more depth of tone and resonance.
Smoother and more responsive key touch.
The keys react more sensitively to touch.
This helps with note repetition and playing
fast, technical pieces.
The cabinet has been completely re-designed.
It’s more classic looking, has a higher quality
polished ebony finish and is more robust.
USB has been added.
The slow-closing lid is a nice additional feature,
because it prevents kids from trapping and
damaging their fingers. This type of lid is
usually only found on acoustic pianos.
“I’m looking for a digital piano for my six year old daughter who is just starting”
I have the chance to buy a 10-year old Yamaha GT-10 for £1300.
Do you have any opinions about this? The electronics are 15 years old, polyphony is only 32 notes and maintenance might be very expensive if
it’s possible at all. On the other hand, it appears to be in good condition, it has the real upright acoustic keyboard and how advanced would
my daughter have to get in classical training before the 32 note polyphony became a factor?
Reply/ Hi Richard
I really don’t advise going anywhere near a
digital piano that’s 10 years old.
Parts are no longer available, and repairs
can cost a fortune.
Besides that, 32 note polyphony is not enough.
I think also that £1300 is very overpriced.
If you like this style of piano then I recommend
for you the Classenti CDP3i.
The CDP3i is Classenti’s latest model.
It looks just like a real piano, but has smaller
The CDP3i has large, forward facing speakers.
This gives it a clear, crisp sound.
There is also a real wood soundboard on the
back of the piano. This adds resonance and
depth to the tone.
The key touch is fully-weighted and feels firm
under the fingers. Just like a real piano. The
responsive touch and 5 dynamic levels makes
it a suitable piano both for beginners and
advanced players. I recommend it for use
up to grade 8.
The CDP3i has 128 not polyphony.
It also comes with a 5 year Home warranty.
This would be a good piano for your daughter
to learn and progress on.