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Casio CTK-900 61-Key Portable Keyboard  

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    A keyboard that will enhance any music program!

    The Casio CTK-900 61-Key Portable Keyboard gives you 61 touch-sensitive keys, 824 pristine ZPI tones, 32-note polyphony, and 176 rhythms, so that your palette for creating music is virtually without limits. IDES software lets you access even more tones, DSP settings, songs, rhythms and more via Casio's website. 242 DSP effects including 16 reverb and 16 chorus, synthesizer function, MIDI I/O, tune and transpose function, backlit LCD, and 4MB Flash ROM make the Casio CTK-900 keyboard an amazing value for its price!

    The Casio CTK-900 is powered by 6 "D" size batteries (not included) or optional AD-5 AC power supply (see item # 338700).

    Features

    • 61 touch-responsive keys
    • 824 ZPI tones (600 preset/224 user)
    • 176 rhythms
    • 4MB Flash ROM
    • IDES application software (CD-ROM)
    • 50 drawbar organ sounds (+100 User)
    • Zpi Sound Source
    • 32-note polyphony
    • Split and layer function
    • Piano Setting function
    • 242 digital effects
    • Auto-harmonize
    • One-touch presets (160 + 16)
    • 4MB Flash ROM
    • Registration memory (4x8 settings)
    • Synthesizer function
    • Song memory (5 songs, 6 tracks, realtime recording up to 10,000 notes)
    • 3 demo songs
    • Backlit LCD
    • Tune and transpose function

    All the tools and tones you need at a price you can handle. Call or click to order now!

     

    CTK-900 61-Key Portable Keyboard Specifications:

    • Terminals: headphones/audio out, pedal input, MIDI I/O, Mic in
    • Speakers: 2 x 4-3/4" (2 x 3W stereo)
    • 37-4/5"W x 5-1/2"H x 14-3/4"D
    • 12 lbs. Terminals: phones/audio out, pedal input, MIDI-in/out
    • Speakers: 2 x 4-3/4" (2 x 3W stereo)
    • 37-4/5"W x 5-1/2"H x 14-3/4"D
    • 12 lbs.
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    4.3

    (based on 13 reviews)

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    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    A Good Keyboard

    That's what this Casio Keyboard really is, a good keyboard.I brought this with me while I was on vacation to practice my chops. It is pretty sturdy and the look is quite nice. ...Read complete review

    That's what this Casio Keyboard really is, a good keyboard.I brought this with me while I was on vacation to practice my chops. It is pretty sturdy and the look is quite nice. However, just like any keyboard, the feel of a real piano is not there. I didn't expect for it have any.There are only 2 dynamics you can play. Medium and Loud. TO access the loud you need to literally slam the key down. That was something that I didn't do. The effects were nice and plentiful. However, my favorite was the recording. It was similar to recording on a 6-track. You'd play your bass or melody line. And slowly you could add on more parts. In the end, you can listen to you teh whole song. Too bad this thing doesn't have XLR, but rather only midi. One other thing to note is that not all sustain pedals work on the CTK-900. I tried a yamaha pedal and it didn't work. Several others couldn't work as well. But for 200 dollars you get what you pay for.

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    Better than expected

    I purchased this model as best equipped comparing to size, weight and price. Use it more than 1 month. Not expected to be amazed. But certenly I was when only started customizing to...Read complete review

    I purchased this model as best equipped comparing to size, weight and price. Use it more than 1 month. Not expected to be amazed. But certenly I was when only started customizing to my musical preferences. Most programmed sounds seemed to me not enough real but working with syth tool made great improvement - specialy to piano sound which I find with really good sample for my needs. But the strongest side of this Casio is sound effect processor having 100 effects on board and next 100 to be customised by user as user effect (future that is hardly found in product description). It is easy to make with this casio sound comparable to best profesional instruments. Bad side are not having user pattern composer, synthesizer having one layer instead of two like ex. WK1800 had, quite complicated navigation in sound effects and no external device for recording the settings like memory card or floppy - midi connection to computer usb is a must. But comparing to price and size I give 9 for overal, for tone samples, easy use of synthesizer and great effects processor.

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    5.0

    Casio CTK-900

    By PianoFreak

    from Parowan,UT

    This is such a great keyboard. It has so many wonderful features. The drum rythyms are amazing. The sound is so clear and crisp. I purchased the Casio CTK-900 last july and I play it almost every day. I truly recommend this keyboard if you are looking for a keyboard at a fair price!

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    awesome keyboard

    By pianomac

    from new york

    this is the best keyboard i have had and nothing can beat the price.

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    (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    A Great Investment !!!

    By keyart

    from El Cajon, CA

    I recently purchased a Casio CTK-900 and I am very pleased with it..I have owned both Yamaha and Kawaii boards but this CTK-900 is by far much better and the price cannot be beat...Grab one and you will not be disappointed.

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    4.0

    Blue Light Special

    By Danny G

    from Platts Vegas, NY

    This keyboard is by far the most complex board in my arsenal. It sounds great, but it may take some time to learn the many features, EQ intricacies and it took me a while to get it well-balanced for live performance with a six piece band. It's really a nice addition and it looks awesome (shiny like the Silver Surfer).

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    3.0

    Better than expected

    By Mikexception

    from Poland

    I purchased this model as best equipped comparing to size, weight and price. Use it more than 1 month. Not expected to be amazed. But certenly I was when only started customizing to my musical preferences. Most programmed sounds seemed to me not enough real but working with syth tool made great improvement - specialy to piano sound which I find with really good sample for my needs. But the strongest side of this Casio is sound effect processor having 100 effects on board and next 100 to be customised by user as user effect (future that is hardly found in product description). It is easy to make with this casio sound comparable to best profesional instruments. Bad side are not having user pattern composer, synthesizer having one layer instead of two like ex. WK1800 had, quite complicated navigation in sound effects and no external device for recording the settings like memory card or floppy - midi connection to computer usb is a must. But comparing to price and size I give 9 for overal, for tone samples, easy use of synthesizer and great effects processor.

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    4.0

    CTK-900

    By Jerrod Taylor 900

    from Pittsfield

    I got this keyboard for Christmas one year. Out of all the keyboards I've owned, this one is definatly the best one I own now. I really appreciate the synthesizer, song memory function, DSP effects, auto accompaniment feature. and the fact that this keyboard has 824 ZPI tones. For the price, this keyboard is a professional! I mean, I have never seen a keyboard that can do all of these features. And the song memory function, with the 6 tracks, you could write songs on this! If you're looking for a keyboard, I suggest you get this one.

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    4.0

    A Good Keyboard

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    That's what this Casio Keyboard really is, a good keyboard.I brought this with me while I was on vacation to practice my chops. It is pretty sturdy and the look is quite nice. However, just like any keyboard, the feel of a real piano is not there. I didn't expect for it have any.There are only 2 dynamics you can play. Medium and Loud. TO access the loud you need to literally slam the key down. That was something that I didn't do. The effects were nice and plentiful. However, my favorite was the recording. It was similar to recording on a 6-track. You'd play your bass or melody line. And slowly you could add on more parts. In the end, you can listen to you teh whole song. Too bad this thing doesn't have XLR, but rather only midi. One other thing to note is that not all sustain pedals work on the CTK-900. I tried a yamaha pedal and it didn't work. Several others couldn't work as well. But for 200 dollars you get what you pay for.

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    4.0

    For the price, it's quite a deal.

    By Jared-BnDfJ

    from Pittsburgh, PA

    I have played several discount keyboards as well as expensive piano replacements, and I feel that this keyboard does a great job emulating piano tones. I also enjoy using the drawbar organ presets (as I am a great fan of symphonic progressive rock). I wish it had semi-weighted keys, but that is a lot to ask for such a low price tag. The other instruments presets are mediocre, but realistically what musician is going to expect to record/play realistic emulated guitar or saxophone tones on a budget keyboard such as this. However, the strings, after adjusting the attack and release of course, actually sounds quite nice. This keyboard claims to be able to connect to CASIO's music site but there is no USB connection to speak of. I feel it is a great deal for beginner pianists looking for great piano and organ tones, but does not desire an education suite.

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    (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Value value value

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    For 200 skins there's a lot you can do with this keyboard. Transposing, effects, and recording playback. Sadly, no on board modulation, and it takes a while to get things programmed. There's a lot of sounds to be made, but most are too corny to bother with. But it's definetly worth the price.

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great Bargain

    By Roman-w--Bh

    from Edmonton

    Phenomenal number of voices, great beat patterns, and immense ability to customize sound. Sound quality is excellent. There is a mistake in the specs shown for the product; there is no USB connection, only midi.

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