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Donner DDP-100 88 Key Weighted Hammer Action Upright Digital Piano for Beginners Black/White

SKU: EC3010

Only $527.99 | CODE: EAP100
Color: Black
Combo: Piano
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Start Your Piano Journey with DDP-100 Digital Piano

Donner DDP-100 Beginner Digital Piano with 88 full-size heavy hammer-action weighted keys, which truly restores the real feel of the original piano, cultivates your interest in the piano, helps you train a good performance posture, and makes progress in the fastest time.
88 Key Hammer Action
DDP100 digital piano can effectively train your ability to distinguish sound and develop music sense

The DDP-100 Digital Piano Sound Sample

Grand Feel Pedal System
  • Soft-make the tone soft.
  • Sostenuto-decrease the damper effect by pressing pedal halfway.
  • Sustain-continue the previous tone.
User-Friendly Control Panel
  • Easy-used operation panel makes playing more smoother.
  • Input and play MP3, built-in amplifier, DDP-100 support external sound or headphones.
88 Full-size Weighted Keys
  • Smooth and intuitive motion with weighted keys. The weights of keys add a lot of nuance to your sound and help you develop musical sense and intonation.
Perfect for Beginners
  • With 2 headphone jacks (1/4''), you can use headphone mode bypass speakers without disturbing others.
  • Both the French DREAM sound source solution and DONNER Custom Development GM Tone Library are faithfully reproduced with full 88-key sampling, establishing a new standard in affordable-priced digital piano tonal quality.
  • Maximum 128 polyphony reduce lost notes. Optimized sustain curve for playing notes with more emotion.
USB-MIDI Function
DDP-100 offers USB-MIDI connectivity. The USB transmission interface can be connected to a computer, iPad and so on. Through the installed music software on the computer, you can learn or play the keyboard to perform, compose and store the music. The edited music and built-in accompaniment in the music software can be played by the digital piano which is connected to the software or by the accompanied music.
Package Included:
  • Digital piano X 1
  • Power Adapter X 1
  • Pedal Plate Bridge X 1
  • Left and Right Supporting Plate X 1
  • Left and Right Supporting Column X 2
  • Black Fixed Plate X 1
  • Spile X 8
  • Screw X 16
  • Power Adapter:12V/DC ,3A
  • Piano Size: 53.89 x 15.66 x 32.99 inch, 40.6kg/89.5 lbs
  • Key Material: plastic & ABS
  • Body Material: Medium Density Fiberboard
  • Combo for Option: Black Bench; White Bench; Wooden Bench

Donner DDP Series 88-Key Digital Piano




DDP-80 Plus

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Donner Hammer-Action Graded Hammer-Action Ⅱ Graded Hammer-Action Ⅱ Dynamic Graded Hammer-Action Progressive Hammer-Action Donner Semi-Weighted Full-Weighted Keyboard
Sounds / Polyphony
1/128 1/128 1/128 6/128 138/128 128/128 238/128
Rhythms / Demo
✘/5 100/20 83/47 200/100
Product Size
126 x 35 x 75 cm
127.5 x 35.2 x 78.44 cm
136 x 36.5 x 86 cm
135.8 x 32.2 x 77.9 cm
138.5 x 40 x 89 cm
131.6 x 29.5 x 76.4 cm
144 x 28 x 99 cm(with stand)
24.75 kg(with stand)
≥20W x 2 ≥20W x 2 ≥20W x 2 15W x 2 15W x 2 15W x 2 ≥25W x 2
USB-MIDI Connectivity
MP3 Function
LCD Display
Reverb Effects
5 4 4
Piano Cover
Semi-open Style Pushpull Sliding
Piano Color
White/Black one color Natural/Walnut one color one color one color one color
Keyboard Split
Tempo Adjustment
Transpose,Keyboard Split
Transpose,Keyboard Split
Smart Chord
Keyboard Split,Transpose


Ask a Question
  • what's the difference between the black one and white?

    Hi, thanks for getting in touch with us. The only difference between them is the color. The other specifications are the same.

  • What headphones fit this piano ? and where do they plug in ?

    Hi, thanks for getting in touch with us.
    Headphones with 6.35 connectors can be used.
    The headphone jack is under the keyboard on the left hand end of the piano. You don't need to pull the piano away from the wall.
    Hope this helps.

  • Can I put my piano lamp on it?

    Hi, thanks for getting in touch with us.
    The top width is about 25cm (9.84in), and the depth is about 7 1/2 inches.

  • Can I plug the piano into my Mac and use it in garage band app?

    Hi, this piano may be pluged and be used as a piano midi for your Mac. You will need to buy the chord for that seperately though.

  • What is the difference between the 100 and the 300

    Hi, Thanks for your interest.
    The voices: DDP-100 only has voice of acoustics grand piano, and DDP-300 has 10 tones & 15 Demo Songs.
    Speakers: DDP-100: 25W *2; DPP-300: 20W x 2(tweeter), 10W x 2(woofer).
    Bluetooth: DDP-100 does not have the Bluethooth function while DDP-300 is equipped.

    In comparison, the DDP-100 is more economical, while the DDP-300 has more features. You can choose the one you like.

  • Can I use headphone for practice or Bluetooth headset on this piano?

    Hi, there are devices that you can attach to any rechargeable aux input and works to connect to any Bluetooth device. You can search "Bluetooth Aux Adapter", "Bluetooth Receiver", or "Bluetooth transmitter". However, you will need to buy a stereo jack plug to connect that bluetooth adapter to the piano.

  • What's the difference between the headphone jack and audio out?

    Hi,The headphone jack is designed for use with headphones or earbuds. When you plug your headphones into the headphone jack, the sound from the digital piano is routed directly to your headphones, allowing you to practice or play without disturbing others around you. The volume level can be adjusted independently from the main speaker volume, so you can find a comfortable listening level.
    On the other hand, the audio out is designed to connect the digital piano to an external amplifier or other audio device. When you connect the audio out jack to an amplifier or mixer, the sound from the digital piano is output to the external device, which can then be amplified through speakers or headphones. This allows you to share your music with a larger audience or record your performance using an external device.
    In summary, the headphone jack is for private listening, while the audio out is for connecting to external audio equipment to share or record your music.
    Hope it can help you. 
    If you have any questions, Feel free to contact us via email

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