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Casio CDP-100 Digital Piano with Matching Stand
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The Casio CDP-100 is a digital piano that gives you both sound and feel, thanks to its carefully sampled grand piano sound and scaled hammer action. ...Read More
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Delivers authentic piano feel and sound for young and first-time players.
The Casio CDP-100 is a digital piano that gives you both sound and feel, thanks to its carefully sampled grand piano sound and scaled hammer action. The HL Sound Source and 88-key, Naturally Scaled Hammer Action with three levels of touch sensitivity deliver a realistic and satisfying piano experience in a portable, affordable digital piano. The Casio CDP-100 has 5 sounds including stereo grand piano, 32-note polyphony, eight digital effects, five demo songs, layer and transpose function, speaker system, MIDI I/O, plus headphone and sustain pedal jacks. Casio includes a stand and sustain pedal with the CDP-100 Digital Piano.
- 88 keys
- Scaled hammer-action keyboard
- 3 levels of touch sensitivity, plus off
- 5 tones including stereo piano
- HL Sound Source
- 32-note polyphony
- 8 digital effects
- Layer function
- 5 demo/songs
- Transpose function
- MIDI I/O
- Headphone and sustain pedal jacks
- Dual 6x12cm speakers
- 16W power (8W stereo)
- DC12V power supply
- 26 lbs.
Reviewed by 5 customers
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This keyboard is one of the best in it's price range. This is a great keyboard for young users, hobbyists, and beginners. It's a quality piano and has some great sounds, although there is not much of a selection (5 stereo samples), but overall they sound pretty good, especially the electric piano and strings. I would recommend this to many people, however, if you are a professional musician, I would recommend something like a Korg.
I've had my CDP100 for a couple of months and I'm very pleased. It's very light and portable for an 88-key piano. The hammer action keys feel very good. The voices include two piano, Rhodes-type electric, decent harpsichord, and excellent strings. I'd recommend this model to anyone who is looking primarily for a good affordable digital piano and doesn't need or want a lot of bells and whistles.
I have never been a fan of Casio instruments, and stumbled upon this keyboard at a store when I was killing time. The CDP-100 has very comfortable piano-like action, surprisingly decent sounds (two pianos, an electric piano that's like a Rhodes with just a hint of Wurlitzer, harpsichord and very usable strings. The built-in speakers are not an embarrassment, either; they're unexpectedly well-suited to the task. Anyway, I was looking for a decent-sounding digital piano that had good hammer action, MIDI connectivity, and didn't weigh a ton or take up an excessive amount of space (front to back, anyway, an 88-key instrument will always be long). I was thinking that I'd have to spend closer to a grand to be happy, but I feel like Casio has a great value here in the CDP-100.
I bought this piano without the stand. I needed a piano to teach on and to take to small gigs. This fits the bill for me. The tone is good and the touch is nice. IT only has 5 sounds but all are good. You can layer any two of them. The most popular is the Piano and strings. The only problem I can see, is that the only output is a mini headphone jack. To plug into an amp you have to use adapters and they can be unreliable.
This digital piano has the best feel when your fingers touch the keyes. I was shocked when I first played it. The sounds are excellent for a simple digital piano. The features are limited but if your looking strictly for a digital piano nothing comes close to it in this kind of price range !