I am not a musician, but my kids are learning piano; one of them is a complete novice and the other one intermediate, after a couple of years learning acoustic piano. I am shopping for a digital piano for them to practice with the aim that they learn specifically piano rather than keyboard. That is, the key touch and response and sound should closely resemble acoustic pianos.
I've heard good things about Yamaha YDP-164 and YDP-184 and also about their Roland counterparts. These brands have different approaches to sound: Yamaha samples acoustic piano and Roland models piano sound. Which, in your opinion, is better?
Or maybe I'm looking at wrong things; please advise what should I look for in a DP.