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Casio AP-80R 88-Note Cabinet Ensemble Piano
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The Casio AP-80R 88-Note Cabinet Ensemble Piano has 88 scaled hammer-action keys with 3-level touch response that will make acoustic players feel at ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Casio AP-80R 88-Note Cabinet Ensemble Piano has 88 scaled hammer-action keys with 3-level touch response that will make acoustic players feel at home. The jog dial and large LCD make navigating through the large, expandable library easy. The AP-80R keyboard's dual-element HL Sound Source and 32-note polyphony deliver powerfully realistic reproduction of the 256 tones. This Casio digital piano also has 120 rhythms, split/layer functions, auto-harmonize, 8 digital effects, auto-accompaniment, 80 songs, lesson function, 2 track sequencer, tuning control, key transpose, metronome, SmartMedia card slot, general MIDI tones, and a USB port for downloading more tones and songs.
88 scaled hammer-action keys
3-level touch response
Dual-element HL Sound Source
256 tones (120 panel tones, 128 GM tones, 8 drum sets)
120 one-touch presets
Backlit LCD display
Split and layer function
Transpose and tuning control
8 digital effects (4 reverbs, 4 choruses)
Song memory/sequencer: 2 tracks x 2 songs
Registration set-ups (16 set-ups)
Damper, soft, sostenuto pedals
2 headphone jacks
Smart Media memory slot
80 demo songs
Preset Tones: 258
Stereo Sampled Piano Tones
Digital Effects(Reverbs/Choruses/DSP); 8
Registration (set-ups): 16
One-Touch Preset: 120
Lesson Function: off-part
Song Memory (tracks x songs): 2 x 2
Tuning control and key transpose
Display: LCD (backlit)
I/O: 2 headphone jacks; damper, soft, sostenuto pedal jacks; Mic In, MIDI I/O
Speakers: 6.3" x 2"; 2.0" x 2"
Power cord included
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I bought this piano for my wife who has played traditional pianos for 25 years. Our house and budget were not suited for a baby grand or upright piano so I shopped around. I went to the local stores to here several digitals and this one was at the top of the list. At one store the clerk offered to help me compare. She told me to turn around and she played the same song on a traditional baby grand, and on the Casio. I honestly could not tell a difference. Now, could a professional tell, probably, but for the difference in cost and the purpose of the piece, its no comparison. It looks great in our living room, sounds great, and according to my wife, plays like the real thing. Since we got it, we've had several friends and family come over and ask "When did you get the piano?". Only after they've played or heard it do we tell them its a Digital...they are always surprised.My recommendation - If you want a good sounding piano, that doesn't automatically look like a keyboard, this is at the peak of quality and value.