Piezoelectric composites made from soft and hard lead zirconium titanate (PZT) particles as filler and an epoxy as the matrix were prepared by dielectrophoresis and studied for their piezoelectric properties. It was found that the dielectric constant of the piezoelectric filler plays a significant role in determining the final piezoelectric properties of the composites. Composites with lower dielectric constant for the PZT filler material showed better piezoelectric properties compared to the composites with high dielectric constant filler. This can be ascribed to a more efficient poling of the piezoelectric filler particles. The aging behaviour of these composites was compared to that reported for monolithic ceramics.