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Casio Privia PX-200 88-Key Digital Piano  

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    Compact 88-key digital piano squeezes into the tightest spaces!

    With 128 note polyphony and the advanced AIF triple element sound engine, the Casio PX-200 will put realistic piano tones at your fingertips without the worry of drop offs during high speed passages and performances that require intensive pedal operations. The advanced filtering allows tones to decay naturally with the realism of an acoustic piano while the sensitive touch response on the electronic keyboard allows a broad dynamic range of performance. The hammer action keyboard is graded to reproduce the weighted feel of an acoustic piano. Features a powerful two way bass-reflex speaker system and SD card slot for expanded storage. Stand not included.

    Features

    • 88 full sized scaled hammer action keys
    • AIF triple element sound source
    • 128 note polyphony
    • 162 tones
    • 20 rhythms
    • 72 songs + 10 user
    • Reverb/chorus/brilliance/DSP/acoustic resonance
    • Song memory - 5 songs x 2 tracks
    • Song expansion
    • Lesson function
    • metronome
    • LED display
    • Transpose/tuning
    • General MIDI
    • SD card slot
    • USB port
    • Line out
    • Powerful 2-way bass reflex speaker system - 8w + 8w

    Need a piano but out of spare room? The PX-200 is your digital piano! Order now!

     
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    4.4

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    Good for the price. Not perfect though.

    I've owned this piano for about 3 years. I think mine might be the older model but whatever.Lets start with the pros. The voices sound phenomenal. Very realistic. Especially the grand piano....Read complete review

    I've owned this piano for about 3 years. I think mine might be the older model but whatever.Lets start with the pros. The voices sound phenomenal. Very realistic. Especially the grand piano. I don't care what any of these other reviews say, if they think the piano sounds bad then they should get their hearing checked.Also, for the money? a sweet value. Two track record and playback. And a selection of pre-recorded pieces. Also, you really get a true hammer action feel on this thing, the keys are extra heavy, which really helps strengthen your fingers.Now the cons. The speakers are fragile. I blew mine already and they're buzzing. So you'll need to buy an amp.Only in order to use an amp, you need to get a special cable because the headphone jack is for a mini-male input. I had to go to radio shack and get a special cable for that.Also, the keys make a lot of noise, since they're so heavy, when you press them it sounds like a little kid playing with a hammer, so you have to crank up the volume a little to block that out.Also, there's only like, 8 voices. So if you're looking for a lot of voices, look elsewhere. Well, on mine there are only 8 voices, idk if they upgraded or whatever.Yea.... I hope i helped.Bye

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    Not as expected.

    I purchased this keyboard recently after reading reviews of this product raving about it's features and piano sounds. Do not be misled this piano does not sound realistic at all. On all the piano...Read complete review

    I purchased this keyboard recently after reading reviews of this product raving about it's features and piano sounds. Do not be misled this piano does not sound realistic at all. On all the piano sounds it is very clunky and not touch sensitive at all. I could not make any distinction between tones except loud and louder. This keyboard does have some nice features for someone who does not care about accuracy and would like to learn but for me it was not going to cut it. I returned it and am purchasing the yamaha 625.

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    5.0

    Excellent Value

    I have some higher end keys, but wanted something inexpensive to leave set up at home for practice. I was pleasantly surprised by the sound and features. I wish it could save changes per voice, but at this price, that's not a big deal. This instrument is a great value.

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    5.0

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    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    I bought this after hearing good things about it online. I do not regret it.The sound, of course, isn't as great as a real acoustic piano, but it comes close. I don't know about the older ones, but mine has 12 main voices and then 150 more under a "various/GM tones" button, which is nice.The action is excellent. I might as well be playing an acoustic. Nice and heavy. The keys do make a bit of noise when released, but it's not much more than an acoustic's keys would.It's not as feature rich as some other digital pianos, but that's not really a biggie. I use it as a MIDI controller a lot, anyway.Defniitely a good deal.

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    4.0

    Good for the price. Not perfect though.

    By MeowMixFan123

    from Brooklyn, NY

    I've owned this piano for about 3 years. I think mine might be the older model but whatever.Lets start with the pros. The voices sound phenomenal. Very realistic. Especially the grand piano. I don't care what any of these other reviews say, if they think the piano sounds bad then they should get their hearing checked.Also, for the money? a sweet value. Two track record and playback. And a selection of pre-recorded pieces. Also, you really get a true hammer action feel on this thing, the keys are extra heavy, which really helps strengthen your fingers.Now the cons. The speakers are fragile. I blew mine already and they're buzzing. So you'll need to buy an amp.Only in order to use an amp, you need to get a special cable because the headphone jack is for a mini-male input. I had to go to radio shack and get a special cable for that.Also, the keys make a lot of noise, since they're so heavy, when you press them it sounds like a little kid playing with a hammer, so you have to crank up the volume a little to block that out.Also, there's only like, 8 voices. So if you're looking for a lot of voices, look elsewhere. Well, on mine there are only 8 voices, idk if they upgraded or whatever.Yea.... I hope i helped.Bye

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    4.0

    Feature packed and well built.

    By Scott-yszu8

    from Pasco, WA

    I bought this unit after weeks of online research. Where I live we don't have a national music retailer where someone can go to see, feel, and hear the various models available. Incidentally I had to rely mostly on what was available online at the time.Had I been able to sample this product first, I'm not sure if I would have bought one not. One thing is for sure, it's packed with a TON of features for the money! Once I played around with the unit for a few weeks I gained much, much more appreciation for it.I was initially disappointed with the piano sounds this board offers. But after tinkering with it quite a bit I've found that you can "tweak" the right tone out of any of the voices by using the reverb, chorus, brilliance and layering effects. There are literally limitless possibilities for getting the "right" tone out of this board.My only real gripe at this point, and it's a fairly important one, is there's no registration memory function. You have to remember the best combination of effects for each tone and manually set them every time. Hey, you get what you pay for. In this case, what you get is actually quite impressive.

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    4.0

    Bad Quality Control

    This is my second Privia keyboard. I got a PX110 but ended up returning it had a strange buzzing sound in one of the speakers. Then was the px200, a good league above the px110, however other than the grand piano 1 and 3 and some of the electric piano sounds the other were painful to listen to. Then I noticed a significant noise increase when recording, and a "ticking" sound out of the right speaker, not very noticeable but now that I've heard and I know its there I'm not sure that what I will do. So from my experience with Casio: very poor quality control, I expected better from something that they msrp for 800, if I decide to return this keyboard or when buying something in the future I will avoid Casio.

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    5.0

    Trust Me...

    By HolyPianist:)

    from Lagos, Nigeria

    Trust me! This is what you need. I own a Casio CDP-100 and this offer broke in 3 days after I got mine. I've consoled myself since. The previous reviewer returned his' for a Yamaha YPG 625? Boy, I pity him. Casios are 10 times more expressive than Yamahas. Let the pros tell you. Yamaha only make over-all better products.If you're hunting expressive sounds, this is your guy. Will get one for my church.

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    3.0

    Not as expected.

    By Michael Bush

    from Washington

    I purchased this keyboard recently after reading reviews of this product raving about it's features and piano sounds. Do not be misled this piano does not sound realistic at all. On all the piano sounds it is very clunky and not touch sensitive at all. I could not make any distinction between tones except loud and louder. This keyboard does have some nice features for someone who does not care about accuracy and would like to learn but for me it was not going to cut it. I returned it and am purchasing the yamaha 625.

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    5.0

    Great Value for the Dollar!

    By gixxerspeed

    from Toronto, Canada

    Casio Privia PX-200. I gig and do recording work. This keyboard has everything you need in a digital stage piano for the price! Full 88, weighted keyes give a good feel, although not as good as a Roland or Yamaha. But then again, for the features on this Casio, you'll pay nearly double for the equivalent in Roland or Yamaha. Also, this is the ONLY keyboard I've seen with 128 polyphonic voices in this price range! The on-board speakers aren't that great, but are a bonus for those who are just using it in their home as a piano. The volume knob and controls feel a bit cheap, so if you plan to gig with this, get a hard case. The USB port and accompanying software driver are a nice touch for easy, uncomplicated connection to a computer - great for the musician just starting to learn recording basics on a computer. If you need a full size keyboard, with weighted keys, use it for gigging (this keyboard is light-weight!), and have the expandability to add sounds via MIDI, and also use it in recording applications, I highly recommend this keyboard.

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    4.0

    Casio PX 200

    By M. Nicholson

    from Kingston, Jamaica

    I have owned the Casio PX 200 for 4 months during which it has gotten lots of use. The pianos are OK, especially if the volume is turned up. They sound thin at low volume. The GM sounds are generally of poor quality, and I hardly use them. The keys make a noticeable thumping noise upon release, which can be quite distracting. The workstation features like recording are cumbersome to use, but serviceable if you need to use them. For an inexpensive instrument, it is actually quite good, if, as I do, you mostly use the grand pianos.

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    5.0

    amazing 88 keys hammer action

    128 poly, hammer action, 88 weighted keys under 27 pounds, great as a midi controller as well, dedicated stereo outputs, what else can you ask for?

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