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Casio Privia PX-400CS Digital Piano
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The PX-400CS combines beautiful sounds and first-rate piano touch and action with a host of useful features and functions. It is the perfect choice f...Read More
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Responsive hammer action with realistic sounds.
The PX-400CS combines beautiful sounds and first-rate piano touch and action with a host of useful features and functions. It is the perfect choice for everything from home use to professional applications. The powerful HL Sound Source sound engine comes programmed with stereo samples of an accurately recorded full concert grand piano for rich piano tones.
With a thoroughly stylish design, the PX-400CS possesses an elegant appearance equal to the finest environments and decor. Its design is compact and lightweight, allowing it to be used everywhere from music rooms and piano labs to bedrooms and dens.
It's more than a pretty face, though. The stereo-sampled piano library delivers incredibly realistic acoustic piano sound. The PX-400CS includes auto accompaniment, auto harmonize, split-and-layer, 32-note polyphony, 128 tones, 128 GM tones, 120 rhythms, 8 quality digital effects, 80 songs, 2-track, pitch/bend wheel, a backlit LCD, stereo speakers (2 - 3" x 6"), and a transpose function. In the connections department it has MIDI I/O, a USB port, a SmartMedia card slot, 2 headphone jacks (student/teacher), 2 pedal jacks, L/R line out, and mic in. It comes with an AC adapter.
- 88 full-size, touch-sensitive keys with scaled hammer action
- 3 levels of touch-sensitivity control
- Powerful HL Sound Source sound engine
- Stereo-sampled piano sounds
- Dual-element waveform sounds
- 128 tones
- 128 GM tones
- 120 rhythms
- 120 one-touch presets
- 8 digital effects
- 80 built-in songs
- 32-note polyphony
- Pitch bend wheel
- Backlit LCD display
- 2 - 6" x 3" bass-reflex design speakers
- Split/layer keyboard function
- Auto harmonize
- Auto accompaniment
- 2-song, 2-track recording function
- Lesson function
- Tuning and transpose function
- Flash ROM
- SmartMedia card slot
- 2 headphone jacks (teacher/student)
- 2 pedal jacks
- Mic in
- L/R line out
- MIDI I/O
- USB port
- SmartMedia card slot
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I am a college music student that saved up to buy an electric piano (to replace my unrealistic 76 key keyboard) for my dorm to encourage my practicing. I came across this piano and was absolutely blown away! So much so, that I brought some piano major friends of mine to come play it to see if my ears were decieving me. They loved it too! I am a sax player, and piano would be second (though i'm no beginner), so when these awesome players agreed, i knew i had a match (one of them is buying one and the other is mad he spent more on his!). And this is for literally a 1/3 the price I was willing to pay for a mid/low Roland. Now I wouldn't say this has exactly the tone of a Roland. I liked this casio better than the cheapest roland I played, so I would actually compare it in quality to a mid clavinova (not neccissarily tambre, but thoughtful quality). Go play one before you spend the big bucks. This is going to improve my piano 10 fold for the realisticness and peace of mind knowing what a good deal I got. Literally terrific for any stage player.
Just bought this over the weekend and am thrilled. Many features on this board make it very versatile and the sound is fantastic.
I have been looking for an 88 key weighted keyboard that was worth it's price and I findly found one. The action is great and the sound is clear. The mic connection is fun to play with but not really for pro use... However, the keyboard is! I buy "toys" all the time but this baby is worth the money. Perfect studio keyboard.
Just got it last week and I was kind of disappointed. I had went to a local music store and tried the 310 and I really liked it. This must be last years model because the upgrades made to the 300 (to the 310) are not on this keyboard. Over all it a pretty good keyboard.
My friend purchased this piano and I tried it out. The sounds are so amazing for the price you pay. I had to have my own so I bought one. This piano has everything you need, and is easy to use. It can be easily used by all levels of players. I use it to record music and it has lived up to my expectations.
I especially like the Bari Sax sample. It's not obviously as crafted as the high end samples, but for the price.... I split the Brass/Bari for a nice TOP effect. The registration component makes "live play" a breeze. Keys are lively and responsive, especially at the "Strong" setting. So far, they have shown no signs of drift or deterioration (after 2 months). Other samples are average: Stock sounds (GM) are OK and expected, organs are a bit weak, piano is week in the middle/upper register (C4). Sounds good live though and is a handy ensemble instrument. Stickers fit nicely over the "Casio" logo to hide any embarrassing conversation among visiting musicians.
I've had a PX400 for six months now, and I'm still amazed at the value it presents. Find a local dealer and audition it first, but you should take a look at this one if you're looking for a recreational or home board. The PX400 sounds good, and it's responsive and pleasant to play.
I received the piano yesterday (and only ordered it about 4 days before that - great shipping!). To my surprise it came with a sturdy dark wood stand, a sustain pedal, a music stand, drivers for the USB hookups, and a songbook. The actual piano (the PX 400-R) has impressively realistic piano sounds, which is the main purpose of me buying it. All of the other features are icing on an already tasty cake.