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Casio LK-90TV Lighted Keyboard
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It features lighted keys, 3-Step Lesson System, and voice fingering guide to help novices learn to play. Connect it to your TV for lesson display and...Read More
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A learning keyboard and karaoke station in one!
It features lighted keys, 3-Step Lesson System, and voice fingering guide to help novices learn to play. Connect it to your TV for lesson display and karaoke fun using its sing-along function. In addition, it is a powerful musical instrument with 32-note polyphony, 264 PCM tones, 120 rhythm patterns, auto-accompaniment, a 100-tune song bank, interactive scoring with voice and display, practice phrase switch, LCD music information system, transpose and tuning control, pedal jack that assigns to sustain, soft, sostenuto, and rhythm. It also has built-in speakers and a USB port that allows connection to a PC for MIDI and data transfer.
- 61 lighted, touch-sensitive keys
- Advanced 3-Step Lesson System
- Voice fingering guide
- Connects to a TV for lesson display and karaoke fun (cable included)
- 32-note polyphony
- 264 PCM tones, including stereo sampled pianos
- 120 rhythm patterns
- 100-tune song bank
- Interactive scoring with voice and display
- Practice phrase switch
- LCD music information system
- MIDI via USB port
- Transpose and tuning control
- Pedal jack that assigns to sustain, soft, sostenuto, and rhythm
- Built-in speakers
- Headphone output
- Mic input with level control
- SmartMedia card slot
LK-90TV Lighted Keyboard
- 61 keys
Power: 6 AA batteries or optional AD-5 AD adapter
120 rhythm patterns
264 preset tones
Reviewed by 4 customers
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I could not ask for a better beginner keyboard, and not only am I learning too play, but it is great fun for the whole family.
I purchased this keyboard as an entry level player in a band. I must say that I am hooked on this keyboard even now that I am way more advanced when I purchased it. I actually had a killer deal on a Korg Karma but I turned it down because my little casio did more for me in the band than the Karma Workstation. I would highly recommend this keyboard to any beginner who wants a good bang for his or her buck.
I purchased the Casio LK-90TV a few months ago and ever since then I've never stop playing the keyboard! It's fun for both beginners and experts, kids and adults! I enjoy very much and I highly recommend to anyone to but it! The keyboard is very sturdy so it will last a lifetime, it has a lot of features including karaoke. As a teenager that owns it, try it and you'll love it. (I am a keyboarder who is looking for a band, if you would like to participate, you can contact me by my e-mail. Thank You!)
This keyboard is a great choice, I got it for Christmas last year to replace my very old and obsolete Kawai X30, an excellent choice for pros and ametures alike but it does have it's ups as well as downs.ConsThe keys are not touch sensative or weighted but weighted keys are more common for a full 88 key instrument anway.The piano sound is rather strained.Weak Finger chord method, many chords such as "sus2" chords are registered as inverted chords by the keyboard, and creates a limited chord library if using the feature.ProsMIDI connections allow to hook up to a computerKey lights are good for the dark and a good learning toolOther synth sounds are stronger than the weaker piano sound100 song bank is great to learn the tunes before one plays them by sight reading, as it allows for the rythym to be understood.