“The Broadway EZ101 is one of the best pianos under £500. It has a good depth of tone (helped by a generous speaker output of 30 watts), a nicely weighted even key touch and a variety of useful features. A good choice for any beginner or intermediate player up to grade 5”, Graham Howard – Piano Advisor.
88 full size keys
Graded hammer action
Touch sensitive keys (4 dynamic levels)
Sliding key cover (covers the keys when not in use)
3 pedals (sustain, soft, sostenuto)
Headphone connections x 2 (two players can play at the same time)
Master volume control (you can turn the sound down late at night)
volume control for split/layer
64 note polyphony
Record/Playback (2 track recorder)
Audio out – (Auxillary out)
Chorus (with level control)
3 digit LED display (multi function)
Sample data 16mb
Dual split-velocity piano sound source
Wooden stand and 3 pedals included
Colour: Dark Rosewood
Graded Hammer Action
The keyboard provides a heavier touch in the lower range (bass) and a progressively lighter touch as the keyboard ascends through the treble
Speaker wattage: total 30 watts
4 way speaker system: 2 x 15cm (6 inches) and 2 x 5cm (2 inches)
Width 141cm (55.5 inches)
Depth 51cm (20.1 inches)
Height 87cm (34.3 inches)
AC power adaptor
Owner’s manual/User manual in English
All Broadway pianos meet the required safety standards: CE, UL and FCC
You Also Get:
FREE 3 Year ‘At-Home’ Warranty (Covers all parts and labour for 3 years. Repairs carried out in your home).
The Broadway EZ101 comes with a 3 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 (Starts from the day you receive your piano). If the piano isn’t as good as you expected then we’ll collect it at no cost to you. A full refund will be processed. Read complete terms and conditions here.
1) “It looks nice in our son’s bedroom”
The Broadway EZ101 piano we purchased recently works very well.
We are pleased with our choice. It looks nice in our son’s bedroom
and he enjoys playing it.
We liked the members of staff in the UK Pianos shop, they were
very helpful and polite as well as delivery guys.
One more time thanks a lot!
Review by Nina Sapankevych, London, E3
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Questions and Comments
“Why can’t I find many reviews of Broadway pianos?”
Looks are quite important to me as well as sound (and cost) , which is why I liked the Broadway EZ101. However the lack of reviews is a problem.
Now I’m thinking of something a bit more expensive and like the look of the Classenti CDP1 (in dark rosewood) – and heard it on the music clip – but it lacks a sliding keyboard cover?
When I finally choose I will buy with a one-off payment
The details in your piano guide and also viewing a few pianos in peoples houses is helping me with my decision.
Broadway pianos have only been available in the UK since 2011.
This is the reason there aren’t many reviews yet.
The EZ101 has a nice piano sound and a fully-weighted
key touch. There’s nothing better for the price.
The Classenti CDP1 is the next step up. But if you need
a key cover then the pianos worth looking at are:
Roland RP301, Classenti CDP2 or Kawai CN24.
These are about twice the price of the Broadway.
“Gear4Music or Broadway pianos?”
I am interested in buying a cheap digital piano for my daughter who is a student at Reading University
and need it for just 2 1/2 years. I intend to sell it after her graduation, as she will moove back to
Greece, where we live. I read your write up about Broadway EZ101. I have also found that Gear4music
pianos are cheaper but I have never heard of that name before. Do you think that this could be OK
for the purpose I need it? Could I sell it easily after my daughter’s graduation? Comparing the
cheapest Gear4music which is DP 10 to the Broadway EZ101, could you give me your opinion
in terms of quality and aftersale possibility?
Thank you in advance
Kind regards, Katerina
Reply/ Hi Katerina
The Gear4Music DP10 is a basic piano.
It would be OK for your daughter just to start
on, but in a couple of years you’d need to
upgrade to something with a heavier key touch.
The Broadway EZ101 would be a better choice
for your daughter to learn and progress on.
It has a firmer key touch and feels closer
to playing a real piano.
The resale value of Broadway and Gear4Music
would be similar (about 50% – 60% of the