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Casio CTK-3200 61-Key Portable Keyboard  

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The Casio CTK-3200 is an affordable instrument with a 61-key piano-style touch-sensitive keyboard, 400 total onboard tones, 150 rhythms and digital e...Read More

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OVERVIEW

A fully realistic and expressive keyboard at a budget-friendly price range.

The Casio CTK-3200 is an affordable instrument with a 61-key piano-style touch-sensitive keyboard, 400 total onboard tones, 150 rhythms and digital effects. Ideal for newer players, it's packed with great features such as Casio’s famous Step-up Lesson System, audio inputs for a MP3 player to make learning your favorite songs easier, USB port for MIDI implementation, and a pitch wheel for additional expression over sounds.

AHL sound source
All built-in tones, including piano and acoustic instrument tones, now sound better than ever before. Its 48-tone maximum polyphony provides you plenty of margin to minimize the chance that notes will be dropped when tones are layered and when you're playing with Auto Accompaniment.

Keyboard
The CTK-3200's easy-to-play keyboard resembles that of an acoustic piano and its touch response lets you add delicate nuances to notes by varying how much pressure you apply to keyboard keys.

Sampling
Besides allowing you to add reverb for more depth and breadth in your music, the CTK-3200 has a killer sampling function. You can sample a sound from a portable audio player or other device, and then play the sound on the keyboard. You also can use sampled sounds to compose music. Use the sampling feature to create new sounds that are highly creative like Incorporating a sampled sound into accompaniment patterns. With the CTK-3200, you can sample a favorite musical phrase or drum sound, and use it to replace some Auto Accompaniment drum sets.

Stepping up your game
The CTK-3200 has a couple ways to make you more proficient on keyboard without having to pay for lessons. The first is the Music Challenge which tests your reaction speed by requiring you to press the keys indicated by the onscreen keyboard guide in time with the Auto Accompaniment tempo using the correct fingers indicated by the onscreen fingering guide. Then there's the Step Up Lesson which breaks up songs into shorter phrases so you can master each phrase and then put them all back together. There's also a performance evaluation, voice fingering guide, lesson part select (right hand, left hand, or both), metronome, and 110 Song Bank

FEATURES Keyboard
  • Touch Response
  • 61 standard-size keys
  • 2 sensitivity levels, Off
Maximum Polyphony
  • 48 notes (24 for certain tones)
Tones
  • Built-in Tones: 400
  • Sampling tones:
  • 1
  • Sampling time: 1 second (fixed)
  • Effects: 10 types
Digital Effects
  • 10 Reverbs
Pitch Bend Wheel
  • Pitch Bend Range: 0 to 12 Semitones
Lesson
  • Step-Up Lesson: 4 (Listen, Watch, Remember, Auto)
  • Lesson Part: L, R, LR
  • Functions: Repeat, Voice Fingering Guide, Note Guide, Performance Evaluation
Song Bank
  • Built-in Songs: 110
Music Challenge
  • 20 notes
Auto Accompaniment
  • Built-in Rhythms: 150
  • Chords: Fingered 1/2/3, CASIO Chord, Full Range Chord
  • Rhythm Controller: Accomp ON/OFF, Start/Stop, Synchro/Ending, Variation/Fill-in, Normal/Fill-in, Intro
Metronome
  • Beats per Measure: 0, 2 to 6
  • Tempo Range: 30 to 255
Other Functions
  • Transpose: +/-1 Octaves (12 semitones)
  • Tuning: A4 = approx. 440 Hz +/-100 cents
  • One Touch Preset: 150
MIDI
  • 16 multi-timbre received, GM Level 1 standard
Musical Information Function
  • Tone, Rhythm, Song Bank, numbers and names; staff notation, fingering, pedal operation
  • tempo, measure and beat number, chord name, etc.
Terminals
  • USB Port: Type B
  • Sustain jack: Standard jack (sustain, sostenuto, soft, rhythm start/stop)
  • Phones/Output jack: Stereo standard jack/Output Impedance: 200Ω, Output Voltage: 4.8V (RMS) Max
  • Audio In jack: Stereo mini jack/Input Impedance: 40KΩ, Input Sensitivity: 200mV
Power Jack
  • :
  • 9V DC
Power Supply
  • (2-way)
  • Batteries: 6 AA-size zinc-carbon batteries or alkaline batteries
  • Battery Life: Approximately 4 hours continuous operation on alkaline batteries
  • AC Adapter: AD-E95100 (included)
  • Auto Power Off: Approximately 6 minutes after last key operation (Operates during battery use only)
Speaker Output"
  • 10cm x 2
  • Output: 2W + 2W
  • Sustain pedal sold separately

Portable and affordable. Order the CTK-3200 today!

SPECIFICATIONS

CTK-3200 61-Key Portable Keyboard

  • Power Consumption
  • 9V - 7.7W
  • Dimensions
  • 37-3/8 x 13-15/16 x 4-7/16 inch
  • Weight
  • Approximately 8.6lb (without batteries)
  • batteries)
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CasioCTK-3200 61-Key Portable Keyboard
 
4.0

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Pros

  • Easy to use (3)
  • Portable (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Learning (3)

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    5.0

    Affordable in Quality

    By MSW5299

    from BSB, BN

    About Me Novice

    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Portable
    • Pre-programmed music
    • Realistic Sound
    • Responsive / Good Action
    • Touch Sensitive Keys

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Learning

      Comments about Casio CTK-3200 61-Key Portable Keyboard:

      Good for beginners, power supply is given as a free gift, quality exceeded its price tag, Casio's doing better than before

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      3.0

      Cheap and cheerful

      By Stanislao

      from South Dakota

      About Me Novice

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      Pros

      • Cheap
      • Easy to Use
      • Portable

      Cons

      • Poor Action
      • Unrealistic sound

      Best Uses

      • Learning

      Comments about Casio CTK-3200 61-Key Portable Keyboard:

      Got this because I wanted a cheap piano-like thing to play and learn with. The Casio CTK-3200 is adequate for this and quite a lot of fun. Unfortunately, it is unfit for anything more. Of the built-in tones, only the organs and synths sound good. Piano and harpsichord tones are obviously fake, but acceptable. The rest resemble something from a Nintendo 64 game. Particularly amusing in this context is the ocarina tone. I see no reason why a device operating on a library of recordings should suffer this defect.

      Aside from the sound, the keys are not pleasant. Throughout their travel, resistance is consistent. A light, smooth motion, no feel to it at all. Considering the price, this is to be expected, but it leaves much to be desired. The difference between the feel of this keyboard and a real piano is best described with a lewd simile.

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      4.0

      Back to Casio

      By Kebo72

      from Ironton, OH

      About Me Experienced

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      Pros

      • Easy to Use
      • Portable
      • Realistic Sound

      Cons

      • Limited Sound Selection

      Best Uses

      • Electronic Music
      • Learning

      Comments about Casio CTK-3200 61-Key Portable Keyboard:

      I had a casio ctx-420 for many. many years, oh man what a keyboard sound! Just like a B3. After about 8 years of daily use, the left channel went out. I got a Yamaha replacement, and don't get me wrong, it is a strong keyboard with a lot of good features, but it didn't have that Casio organ sound. I went ahead and got the CTK-3200. dialed up register 52 and POW! That Nearly-Leslie sound that I could not recreate with the Yamaha and outboard effects is back. It had 500 voices, but come on, 480 of which you'll probably never use. The drum machine is not really pro-sounding, but if you need that, get an Alesis or BOSS or something. This is like a slighly trimmed down version of my old 420, and it took it about 5 minutes to become my main keyboard.

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