Countless PianoDisc owners happily continue to use older systems. Please see the list below if you have a particular question about some of these products or are simply interested in learning more about the line.
PianoDisc introduced its first player piano system in 1988. The control unit was the PDS1000 which used 3 1/2 inch floppy disks and could be operated via a remote control. Learn more on our PianoDisc PDS1000 page.
Introduced in 1990, the PDS32 was a leap forward in technology, replacing the original PDS1000. Learn more on our PianoDisc PDS32 page.
The PDS128 replaced the PDS32 in 1993 and once again offered a major advancement in performance and features. Learn more on our PianoDisc PDS128 page.
PianoDisc introduced its improvement of the PDS128 with the PDS128 Plus, in 1996. Learn more on our PianoDisc PDS128 Plus page.
Yet another PianoDisc control unit was introduced in the evolution of this system in 2001. Learn more on our PianoDisc 228CFX page.
The latest technology now allows music playback and video using your iPad, PianoVideo, downloading music online and streaming radio. Learn more on our PianoDisc iQ page.
To learn more about the latest PianoDisc products visit the Products page.