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Casio CTK-800 61-Key Portable Keyboard
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The Casio CTK-800 61-Key Portable Keyboard has 61 touch-sensitive keys, 500 high-quality tones, 32-note polyphony, and 120 rhythms from all genres, a...Click To Read More About This Product
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Impressive sound, touch-responsive keys, and features galore at an unbeatable price!
The Casio CTK-800 61-Key Portable Keyboard has 61 touch-sensitive keys, 500 high-quality tones, 32-note polyphony, and 120 rhythms from all genres, and that's just the beginning. A mic input and 50 built-in songs make for an instant singalong! 8 digital effects, USB interface for computer connectivity, and MIDI transfer. 3-step lesson system with voice fingering guide makes teaching and learning a snap.
The Casio CTK-800 is powered by 6 "AA" batteries (not included) or optional AD-5 AC power supply (see item # 338700).
- 61 touch-responsive keys
- 500 tones
- 120 rhythms
- Microphone input
- USB interface
- HL Dual-Elements Soundchip for impressive sound
- 32-note polyphony
- Split and layer functions
- Piano Bank mode
- 8 digital effects (4 Reverb, 4 Chorus)
- Song Expansion (70Kb Memory)
- One-Touch-Presets (120)
- Rehearsal songs (50 song bank, 50 piano bank)
- 3-step lesson system (with voice fingering guide)
- Scoring function
- Song memory (2 songs, 2 tracks)
- 3 demo songs
- Backlit LCD
- Tune and Transpose function
- General MIDI-compatible through USB port
- Terminals: headphones/audio out, pedal input, MIDI I/O, Mic in, USB
- Speakers: 2 x 4-3/4" (2 x 2.5W stereo)
- 37-4/5"W x 5-1/2"H x 14-3/4"D
- 12 lbs.
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This page states that the keyboard has an MIDI I/O terminal. THIS IS NOT TRUE. It only has a USB port. It does not come with a USB cable. The software is Windows (98SE/ME/XP) only. The headphone jack is a 1/4" plug - so get an adapter if you plan on using regular music headphones (with the 1/8" mini plug). And remember that this does not come with an power adapter. The case itself feels flimsy - maybe I'm spoiled with my Yamaha YPG-625, but it just feels cheap. It even buckles slightly in the middle on the keyboard stand I bought separately. I bought this as a secondary keyboard to play at my office, and I'm slightly disappointed of the quality. Even the keys seem smaller (I checked, they aren't - but it appears so). My advice is to try out all keyboards in person before buying them (his site still has better deals than local vendors) - if I had played with this in the store, I might have opted to go for something else.
I have had this keyboard for about 8 months and it worked fine until one day it just didn't turn on. I am assuming something happened to the power input but I haven't got it to work with the batteries yet either. I would recommed spending a little bit more and getting a better model.