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Casio LK-230 61-Key Lighted-Note Keyboard  

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    Excellent learning tools and great sounds at a remarkable price!

    Not only does the 61-note Casio LK-230 feature the helpful Step-Up learning system, in which the practice pieces are broken down into small learning units that are then learned step by step, the keyboard also inspires musical creativity. Its Voice Pad function makes it really simple to play back voice samples and other sounds and effects. The LK-230 also includes the AHL sound source that boasts of 48 notes, 150 rhythms, an extended automatic accompaniment feature with an on-bass chord, and a large, easy-to-read display.

    The 61 light-up keys on the LK-230 keyboard guide you through a whole host of songs. A practice piece is divided into individual sections and then learned step by step, just like in a traditional music lesson. This 3-level, interactive learning system features light-up keys and offers a simple way to achieve your goals.

    Some additional benefits of the LK-230 Casio keyboard include: vivid sound diversity, in that the LK-230 can play up to 48 notes simultaneously. Also, the innovative 400 AHL tones produce top-quality sound perfectly suited to both classical piano music and other genres. 150 rhythms provide you with a colorful overview of the world of music, and you can listen, sing along, and play along while the LK-230 stores 110 top-quality songs. The large, easy-to-read LC display shows you key information at a glance, and whether you're giving a live performance to an audience or alone in your living room, an impressive 10 reverb effects enhance the sound diversity of your keyboard.

    The tried-and-tested interface quickly and simply connects your Casio keyboard with the computer: plug and play with Windows XP/Vista and Mac from OSX 10.3 ensures optimum compatibility. Recordings can be played back with the keyboard and pads using the sampling function (audio input), and 10 additional sound effects are provided to boost the fun factor.

    The Voice Pad function provides a simple way of playing back voice samples, as well as other effects and sounds using the keyboard's pads. Moreover, the audio-in function lets you record your own samples of up to ten seconds, which can then also be played through the Voice Pad function. In addition, you can simply plug in and get singing: The Casio LK-230 has a practical microphone input that allows users to sing along to a selection of songs or make recordings using the sampling function. It's easy to connect a CD or MP3 player to the audio input and play along with your favorite song on the keyboard.

    The 110 practice pieces in the electric keyboard's Song Bank can be controlled through the Song Bank Controller in a similar way to a CD player, allowing players to practice the piece effectively. The system features two loudspeakers, and with a power of two times two watts, it produces an impressive and balanced sound.

    Features

    • Step-Up learning system
    • 48-note polyphony AHL sound source
    • 400 AHL tones
    • 150 rhythms
    • 110 songs
    • LC display
    • 10 digital effects
    • USB MIDI
    • Sampling function
    • Voice pad function
    • Microphone input
    • Audio input
    • Audio-in terminal for an MP3 player
    • Song bank controller
    • Loudspeaker system
    • Dimensions: 4.6"H x 37.4"W x 14"D

    Train yourself how to play note sequences and songs step-by-step when you buy this affordable keyboard that lights up the keys while you learn.

     

    LK-230 61-Key Lighted-Note Keyboard Specifications:

    • Keyboard: 61 standard-size keys; Touch Response: 2 types, Off; Key Light System: Up to 4 keys can be lit at the same time
    • Maximum Polyphony: 48 notes (24 for certain tones)
    • Tones: Built-in Tones: 400; Sampling Tones: 1; Sampling time: 1 second (fixed); Effects: 10 types
    • Reverb: 1 to 10, Off
    • Metronome: Beats per Measure: 0,2 to 6; Tempo Range: 30 to 255
    • Song Bank Tunes: 110
    • Step Up Lesson: Lessons: 4 (Listen, Watch, Remember, Auto); Lesson Part: L, R, LR; Functions: Repeat, Voice Fingering Guide, Note Guide, Performance Evaluation
    • Music Challenge: 20 notes
    • Auto Accompaniment: Rhythm Patterns: 150; One Touch Presets: 150
    • Other Functions: Transpose: ±1 octaves (12 semitones); Tuning: A4 = approx. 440 Hz ± 100 cents
    • MIDI: 16 multi-tone 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.
    • Inputs/Outputs: USB port: Type B; Sustain jack: Standard jack (sustain, sostenuto, soft, rhythm start/stop); Phones/Output jack: Stereo standard jack; Output Impedance: 200 Ohm, Output Voltage: 4.8 V (RMS) MAX; Audio In jack: Stereo mini jack;
    • Input Impedance: 40 kOhm, Input Sensitivity: 200 mV; Mic In jack: Standard jack; Input Impedance: 3 kOhm, Input Sensitivity: 10 mV
    • Power Jack: 9V DC
    • Power Supply: 2-way; Batteries: 6 AA-size zinc-carbon batteries or alkaline batteries; Battery Life: Approximately 3 hours continuous operation on alkaline batteries;
    • AC Adaptor: AD-5; Auto Power Off: Approximately 6 minutes after last key operation (Operates during battery use only)
    • Speakers: 4" x 2 (Output: 2 W + 2 W)
    • Power Consumption: 9V - 7.7W
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    CasioLK-230 61-Key Lighted-Note Keyboard
     
    3.8

    (based on 5 reviews)

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    • Easy to use (3)
    • Good audio (3)

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        3.0

        Good for novices

        By mag

        from Salida, CO

        About Me Novice

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy to Use
        • Realistic Sound
        • Responsive / Good Action

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Casio LK-230 61-Key Lighted-Note Keyboard:

            The order came quickly and seems to be a good product. However, it did not come with an AC adaptor whether that was an oversight or intentional remains to be seen.

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            (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Happy with purchase

            By Slim

            from Memphis

            About Me Novice

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

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

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Electronic Music
              • Learning
              • MIDI

              Comments about Casio LK-230 61-Key Lighted-Note Keyboard:

              I wanted a board to learn on and a MIDI board for my computer. This was the best option to fill both voids. The keys respond well to touch and the preloaded songs are a nice addition. Light-up keys make it a great learning tool.

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              (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Great Deal

              By CHR1972

              from Lexington, SC

              About Me Experienced

              Pros

              • Easy to Use
              • Great deal
              • Portable
              • Pre-programmed music
              • Realistic Sound
              • Very light

              Cons

              • Keys Seem A Little Sticky
              • No AC Adapter

              Best Uses

              • Learning
              • Leisure Playing At Home

              Comments about Casio LK-230 61-Key Lighted-Note Keyboard:

              Great value for this keyboard. It has a lot of neat features, but I have not tried them out yet. I use it as a piano which is awesome because it takes up much less room and is light so it is easy to move around. The only thing that may be issues with this keyboard is that the keys already seems sticky. Also, I wish it was a little louder, but I guess I could just plug it into my amp, so no big issue. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a keyboard to just play around on. I'm pleased with my purchase.

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              (0 of 34 customers found this review helpful)

               
              3.0

              Casio LK230

              By Allen Gunzelman

              from On the waterfront in Maryland

              Comments about Casio LK-230 61-Key Lighted-Note Keyboard:

              This purchase is for my wife toeasily carry and put it into the trunk of her Porsche. Our grandson (DEAN) is 12 and learning to play the bass guitar(purchased from Musician's Friend) and violin . Yes, two ends of the spectrum..
              My wife,Jan, has had this Casio for 2 weeks now and it really fits her needs to practice at home before jamming with our grandson ,100 miles away. She has gone to him 6 times after his school. Yes, she does take the backroads to push her Porsche before she pushes "DEAN"...He is planning to do a little recital in a few weeks with his GRANJAN.. It is expected to go over real good. If he is asked again,,I, may show up with my Les Paul Black Beauty(from Musician's Friend) to join in.
              Deans mom is considering getting a Casio for herself. I can't think of any better way to have us play together. It's been years since our daughter helped her mom drop her engine out of the Porsche for repair.

              Capt. Allen

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              (15 of 18 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              A Good Educational Keyboard

              By Anthony Bessent

              from Music City

              Comments about Casio LK-230 61-Key Lighted-Note Keyboard:

              Pros-
              Good for learning
              Durable
              Lots of sounds

              Cons-
              Poor voice quality
              Notes on some songs are off
              Keys can become sticky and unresponsive over time

              Overall, the LK-230 is a pretty sound instrument. The have somewhat of a response problem, and they tend to get sticky from overuse. Some of the song it teaches are slightly off, notewise, but it is pretty good at teaching them. For the price, it is a great value, but you won't be playing concertos with it. I'd recommend it for a beginner to intermediate player. The real gimmick is the lighted keys, honestly, but for someone who can't read music, this could be a godsend. For someone who can read music or play by ear, i would recommend the Casio CTK series, or the Yamaha PSR series, as they tend to have better sounding voices. But the LK-230 has a very passable Grand Piano, when combined with a Sustain pedal.

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