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Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard

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Tri-Sensor 88-note scaled hammer-action keyboard with built-in USB/MIDI interface and more.

The Casio PX130 digital keyboard's grand piano sounds deliver an unprecedented level of realism and expression. 4 dynamic layers of stereo piano samples are integrated with Casio's proprietary Linear Morphing System, resulting in a grand piano sound with seamless transitions and a superior dynamic range. For added realism, the PX-130 simulates the sound of the open strings when the dampers are raised by the pedal using Acoustic Resonance DSP. The PX-130 also has 128-note polyphony, enough horsepower for the most demanding musical passages, and the ability to layer sounds and use the damper pedal without worry of dropped notes. The result is a grand piano experience that is unmatched at any price.

Expressive Touch
The Privia PX-130 features a Tri-Sensor 88-note, scaled hammer-action keyboard. Casio's engineering has resulted in an authentic piano touch that captures every detail and nuance of your performance. This scaled hammer action provides the weight, feel, and resistance without sacrificing the portability of the instrument.

Education Features
In addition to the superior keyboard action and piano sound, the PX-130 is ideal for music education. Featuring Casio's Duet mode, the keyboard can be split into two equal ranges, allowing student and teacher to play at the keyboard simultaneously. The PX-130's built-in 2-track recorder and metronome allows you to practice any tempo and later listen to what you just played. The recording features can also be used to capture moments of creativity and remember song ideas.

Connect and Create
It's easy to connect the PX-130 to your computer with its built-in USB/MIDI interface. The PX-130's 88-note, weighted, scaled, hammer-action keyboard makes it an ideal controller keyboard for using with music software applications. The USB connection also allows you to move songs to and from the computer into PX-130's flash ROM, allowing to you save songs you've created.

Versatility, Portability and Design
Whether you're at home, church, school, or onstage, the PX-130 was designed to tackle it all, making it a valuable investment. Since it's lightweight, you can easily take the PX-130 from home to the classroom, or even to the gig and back with no worries. It connects easily to your computer via USB, and its Duet mode is perfect for student and teacher practice. The technology in the Casio PX-130 allows you to do it all.

FEATURES
  • 88 weighted, scaled hammer-action keys
  • 128-note polyphony
  • 16 tones (with layer and split)
  • Reverb (4 types)
  • Chorus (4 types) Brilliance (-3 to 0 to 3)
  • Acoustic Resonance
  • Layer (with variable balance)
  • Built-in metronome
  • Duet mode, for two simultaneous players
  • 2 Track, 1 Song Recorder
  • USB type B
  • 2 headphone jacks
  • Built-in 8W speakers
  • Power supply
  • Accessories
    • AC Adaptor: (AD-A12150LW)
    • Music stand
    • Pedal

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    SPECIFICATIONS
  • Sound Source: 4 level stereo samples, Linear Morphing System
  • Split: Yes
  • Metronome: 0,2,3,4,5,6 beats
  • Transpose: -12 to +12 semi tones
  • Tuning control: A4=440Hz +99 cents
  • Temperament(preset scale): equal temperament + 16 scales
  • Preset songs: 60
  • USB storage (utilizing PC): Yes
  • Speakers: (13cm x 6cm) x2
  • Amplifier: 8W + 8W
  • Terminals
    • USB to Host (USB MIDI): Yes, supporting XP, Vista, Mac
    • Damper (Sustain): Yes
    • Connector for SP32 (3-pedal unit): Yes
    • Headphones: Yes x 2
    Dimensions and Weight
    • Unit size (W x D x H) 52.05" x 11.26" x 5.31"
    • Unit weight: 24.7lb.
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    CasioPrivia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard
     
    4.8

    (based on 21 reviews)

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    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    I told my teacher that a digital piano has no soul....

    As I previously mentioned, not needing to have a piano tuner four times a year is a cost-cutting measure. In old conventional pianos, parts do wear out and break and it's often difficult...Read complete review

    As I previously mentioned, not needing to have a piano tuner four times a year is a cost-cutting measure. In old conventional pianos, parts do wear out and break and it's often difficult to find replacements. This certainly won't happen with my new Casio Privia. The bench is quite comfortable and the stand is sturdy and dependable. I don't use headphones, but they were included in the purchase (I gave them to my son who said they're quite good, not remotely top-of-the-line but, hey, the price (zero) was right).
    I am the oldest living piano student on this planet = I was 79 on May 2, 2012. I am a classically trained musician (opera/concert singer) and I've spent my life in music. I've been a silversmith since 1969 but I felt that something was missing in my life. My son said it was a man. Nope. I missed making music.

    I found a fabulous teacher. We argued for hours about a piano. I wanted what I'd always had since I was a young child, a traditional conventional piano. I live in a tiny beautiful apartment with no real space for a piano so a lot of down-sizing had to be done. I already have a digital Yamaha keyboard that was top-of-the-line in its time and I've never enjoyed it. I used it simply to learn my vocal music but even with minimal expectations, it didn't bring me musical joy.

    David and my son prevailed and brought me into the 21st century. I love and adore my Casio Privia. Being frugal, it's nice that I won't need a piano-tuner four times a year. And, if I choose to move, packing and carrying it is a piece of low-carb cake.

    But the real point is that the action suits my style of playing, the sound is full bodied, it requires very little space, and it looks wonderful. So, onward to Schubert D.960.
    Any conventional piano would have cost several thousand (or more) dollars. The Casio Privia was a real bargain.

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    Resonance problem

    There may be a number of Casio keyboards that have a resonance issue possibly related to the sustain pedal and it happens at unexpected intervals. I cannot recommend getting the Casio PX-130 for...Read complete review

    There may be a number of Casio keyboards that have a resonance issue possibly related to the sustain pedal and it happens at unexpected intervals. I cannot recommend getting the Casio PX-130 for this reason.

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    (12 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    I told my teacher that a digital piano has no soul....

    By marly harris

    from Southern California

    Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

    As I previously mentioned, not needing to have a piano tuner four times a year is a cost-cutting measure. In old conventional pianos, parts do wear out and break and it's often difficult to find replacements. This certainly won't happen with my new Casio Privia. The bench is quite comfortable and the stand is sturdy and dependable. I don't use headphones, but they were included in the purchase (I gave them to my son who said they're quite good, not remotely top-of-the-line but, hey, the price (zero) was right).
    I am the oldest living piano student on this planet = I was 79 on May 2, 2012. I am a classically trained musician (opera/concert singer) and I've spent my life in music. I've been a silversmith since 1969 but I felt that something was missing in my life. My son said it was a man. Nope. I missed making music.

    I found a fabulous teacher. We argued for hours about a piano. I wanted what I'd always had since I was a young child, a traditional conventional piano. I live in a tiny beautiful apartment with no real space for a piano so a lot of down-sizing had to be done. I already have a digital Yamaha keyboard that was top-of-the-line in its time and I've never enjoyed it. I used it simply to learn my vocal music but even with minimal expectations, it didn't bring me musical joy.

    David and my son prevailed and brought me into the 21st century. I love and adore my Casio Privia. Being frugal, it's nice that I won't need a piano-tuner four times a year. And, if I choose to move, packing and carrying it is a piece of low-carb cake.

    But the real point is that the action suits my style of playing, the sound is full bodied, it requires very little space, and it looks wonderful. So, onward to Schubert D.960.
    Any conventional piano would have cost several thousand (or more) dollars. The Casio Privia was a real bargain.

    (11 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Very Pleased

    By Rick-CMeSk

    from Ca

    Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

    I bought this used in condition 4 with a stuck key and some minor wear marks. I received it in 5 days, took it apart and snapped the stuck key into place, cleaned it and it's as good as new at half price. I love this keyboard, it has really nice action and the grand and classical piano tones are nice. Anyone looking for a acoustic piano substitute for practicing or to use as they're main instrument, feel free to buy this.

    (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Very good deal

    By Weaselwoop

    from California

    Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

    This keyboard is very good for its cost. I dont have very much experience with keyboards, but I am very satisfied with the sound quality it has. I mean its no $2000 quality keyboard, but it is very good. It also has other sounds that are fun to play around with (my favorite is the pipe organ). The best part of the whole package, though, was the fact that it came with a book of classical sheet music with 60 songs and they were all recorded and put onto the keyboard.The only con I can think of is every now and then, not too often, a note will not sustain while you are stepping on the pedal. Even if other notes are being sustained, sometimes one will just not sustain. But as I said before, it happens pretty rarely. Also when I first got mine, the middle B key would make a clicking noise every time I released it, but that went away as randomly as it appeared.

    (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Awesome piano!!!

    By Adam Younce

    from North Carolina

    Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

    I just received my PX 130 last week, and I love it. The sound quality and voices are extremely accurate and the grand piano sounds like a true grand piano. Also the feel and weight of the keys are accurate and truly amazing for the price range. I've played several pianos twice the price and I can't tell a difference. This piano has quickly become my favorite instrument! I played my first show with it today and the response from the audience was amazing. I would recommend this to anyone wanting a top notch instrument. My only concern is that it doesn't have a 1/4 output and if you are gigging with this instrument you will need buy an adapter, however with the adapter it still sounds amazing , so that shouldn't be something to stop you from buying. I give it a 10!

    (6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great 'board for the money

    By Quinn-vBXAM

    from Oakland, CA

    Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

    This is my first keyboard, so I don't claim to be an expert, but I did a good bit of research before I made this purchase. The PX130 has all the sounds you'll probably need - several good grand pianos, organs and electric piano - plus some you may never use (vibes, strings). There are certainly other models that come packed with more sounds and features, but you pay extra for that, naturally. I was looking for a quality digital piano that I could also use as a MIDI controller and I found it. The keyboard seems durable and the action of the keys really does feel like a piano. It's a simple yet solid instrument. My one complaint is that there is no 1/4 inch out, but I use the USB to go into my laptop's DAW software, so it doesn't really matter and I can always get a headphone to 1/4 inch adapter if I need it.Musicians Friend also throws in a free double braced stand, a stool, and a pair of headphones. The headphones are junk, but the stand and the stool are really nice. If you're looking for a good value, I don't think you'll find a better deal. Needless to say, I'm completely satisfied with my purchase. Great job, Casio and MF!

    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great

    By Joshua Timms

    from Australia

    Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

    Absolutely top notch piece of equipment for the price. Great feel and a great sound!

    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    One of the best digital pianos I've had!

    By iplaypianoandstuff7

    from Indianapolis, Indiana

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    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Portable
    • Realistic Sound
    • Responsive / Good Action
    • Touch Sensitive Keys

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Concerts
      • Travel

      Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

      The Casio Privia PX-130 is without a doubt one of the best digital pianos I've had. The sound quality is excelent, the touch response is realistic, and the feel as close to a real piano as possible. It's lightweight, portable, and sturdy. I don't think you could get a better deal for a piano in this price-range. I use it daily.

      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Piano

      By Lorraine Criss

      from Virginia

      Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

      I was excited about this piano (Casio Privia 130) when my Grandmother ordered it. I got to open it yesterday and it's amazing! The keys have nice rebound, and a real piano feel. The built in sounds are realistic, especially the Pipe Organ, but not so much the strings. It has a deep resonance other keyboards dont have and the presets are beautiful. It also comes with scores to all the presets, over 100$ worth of music. I reccomend this keyboard to anyone, pro or amateur.

      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Pricy But Worth It

      By Joshua Brown

      from Bronx N.Y.

      Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

      jg
      love graded piano touch feature

      (3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Not terrible but not great either

      By SilverCard

      from Salt Lake City, UT

      Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

      I purchased this keyboard for my youngest daughter to learn on so she didn't have to play on our more expensive equipment. I think for her it is fine, but there isn't much on this thing. It was the cheapest keyboard with weighted keys that I could find.The speaker/amp in this keyboard is very weak and is barely enough sound at full volume to be useful. The sounds in the keyboard are fairly low quality as well so the piano doesn't sound very natural. I probably would have rated the piano even lower if not for the low price tag. In the end, I would not purchase this piano again, I would spend a few hundred more to get something much better. If you can't afford more then you can probably survive with this one though. Just keep in mind that you aren't getting much.

      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      LOVE IT!

      By Donna Kiernan

      from Massachusetts

      Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

      I searched on the internet and a local store for a 88 key weighted, touch sensitive keyboard.
      Luck was on my side when I found your web sight and the calls (2) I made to your staff before my purchase was answered by knowledgeable and patient personnel.
      Taking piano lessons have always been on my "bucket list" and now that the kids are all grown it is now my time. My piano teacher told me what to look for in a keyboard and the the wonderful staff at Musicians friend were wonderful in every way and the choice of the Privia PX 130-88 Digital Keyboard sounds great. I am enjoying and appreciating this great gift to myself.
      Thanks all!
      Has alot of features I am just starting to use and so far everything exceeds my expectations.
      Looks beautiful.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      PERFECTION

      By music man123

      from ny

      See all my reviews

      Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

      i bouht this keyboard a few weeks ago and i fell in love with it. the sounds are so realistic. i use this for gigs and recording. its PERFECTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!the only thing is that it only has 16 sounds.i would greatly recomend this to you.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great keyboard

      By Shawn-pz5Ih

      from Mankato

      Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

      I bought this keyboard to do some music for a movie, i'm not much of a piano player but this thing rocks. The speakers that are built in are perfect for practice sessions before recording and i can plug it in directly to my interface.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Worth the price

      By J.Z.

      from Boston

      Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

      I bought this keyboard as an upgrade from my M-audio keystation 61. I own an acoustic piano which I love but recording it is a disaster because it doesn't stay in tune. I purchased the PX-130 because I needed something I can use with my computer yet still have built in sounds either as a backup in case my computer is acting up or if I'm just feeling lazy and want a simple setup.Pros: I love the feel of the keys. Some people may not, but I'd say they are on par (if not better) than the others in the price range. The interface was one of the main selling points as well. I like buttons for live use. I don't need 600 sounds and sound effects like many other keyboards offer. The main advantage is I can press any of the two button short cuts and get right what I want. Two track recording is simple. USB connectivity is great. The overall size/weight isn't overwhelming.Cons: The built in speakers are wretched. Through a PA or headphones the piano is lively and articulate. The built ins sound very nasally. There is no low end (understandable due to the size) but the forward facing design may be the reason for the muted treble and overemphasized midrange. This was almost a deal breaker for me, but I couldn't find another keyboard in the price range that had the features that I want. The sustain pedal that comes with it is awful (unusable even?)- do yourself a favor and order a decent one. The 1/8" headphone jack really baffles me- 1/4" seems to be industry standard. Also, no MIDI ports. Not that it effects me, but some people may care.Overall I'm happy with the keyboard. The few things I complain about can easily be fixed or really don't change the end result for me. The ability to add the three pedal setup (SP-32)was another key feature for me. Also, I picked up a medium sized keywear cover (came with my previously mentioned Keystation 61) and it fits perfectly. Highly recommended to keep dust from getting all over.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      serious recommendation

      By satancomplex41

      from staten island

      See all my reviews

      Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

      dont look anywhere else. buy this piano
      when i bought this piano i was blown away by the sound and quality of it. its so lightweight you could carry it in one arm. the keys feel like a real piano. it came with a book with sheet music to 60 songs from composers like chopin, bach, mozart, beethoven and joplin AND the data base has all 60 of those songs built in so you can listen to all of them. i didnt buy this from musiciansfriend i got it from a local music store but when i walked in and said i needed an 88-key portable piano he pulled this up in a second because he recommends this to everybody looking for a piano. it truley is amazing. dont get ripped off with another piano like i did when i got the williams overture 88 key which has horrible key response and weighs 120 pounds

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Veddy Nice!!

      By yEXpLDc2D

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

      Before I begin let me clarify I am no expert when it comes to judging piano, however I have been around music and instruments for 15+ years and I just wanted to give my insight on what I think about the Privia PX-130. I just bought this digital piano for my son. His teacher highly recommended we get a digital piano due to the weighted hammers, so we did just that. It is nice that we can move it around or put it away when guests come over unlike an acoustic piano. The keys feel 90% identical to a real piano! The speakers leave a little to be desired as we have to have it turned all the way up to be able to hear it in our living room. That can easily be remedied by an amplifier though. The sounds are great, however you can detect a small hint of "keyboard" tones, but hey...it's not an acoustic! So that should be expected anyway. But overall, I rate this very high and would definitely recommend especially for a beginner to even a novice!

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Best value for the money

      By pi314

      from PA, USA

      Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

      For this price this is pretty much the best you can get. I only use the grand piano, so I can't comment on the other samples, but the piano is decent, it's enough to satisfy a hobbyist, or someone learning to play. The sound through the built-in speakers is a bit canny, but either an external speaker, or headphones can fix that. The action feels like a piano, though it has a qutie marked thud sound. The keys are a bit slower to return to their original position than on a more expensive piano. It has a lot of learning tools, it comes with a very good collection of classical music, together with the scores. Youc an play along, or play one hand while the other one is playing. More music can be added from a computer as MIDI files. Hooking it up to a PC is very easy, though there's no USB cable in the box, so you have to use your own (Type B), but you should have a few of those already.Overall, for this price you can't go wrong.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      I like it.

      By Rockenheimer

      from Yonkers, NY

      Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

      I bought this unit to practice my piano on a keyboard that felt like a piano, and much as possible sounded like one too, so as to save my neighbors the racket of an actual session on a real piano. The feel is great, no doubt about it; however, my one disappointment was how ?thin? the sound is for the bass notes. It SOUNDS like a piano, but it doesn?t shake your innards like the strings of a real piano do. The encased speakers are loud enough for you and those in the room to hear you just fine and then some (in a house setting) but you?re not gonna feel those chest-vibrating lows you would on a regular piano. I had unfairly set the bar too high when I bought this I suppose. But everything else is right on. There are some features on here that folks may want or need, such as a metronome and a variety of different sounds, from '60?s organ to pipe organ and all that fun stuff. Two caveats though: a quarter-inch jack would have been nice, to plug into an amp for going live with a band, or at least just to enhance the lack of decent lows for the bass keys. That?s easily solved though by buying an adaptor to plug into the mini-jack for the headphones. Secondly you should consider buying a sturdy stand; I got the X-stand for it and it?s just too wobbly. On the whole though I?m happy with my investment.

      (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Resonance problem

      By pianoman67

      from Detroit, MI

      Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

      There may be a number of Casio keyboards that have a resonance issue possibly related to the sustain pedal and it happens at unexpected intervals. I cannot recommend getting the Casio PX-130 for this reason.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Value Feel Piano if You Don't Mind Doin Manual

      By GGarner

      from West Georgia

      See all my reviews

      Comments about Casio Privia PX130 88-Key Digital Keyboard:

      The feel of the keyboard is smooth and allows for excellent expression, from delicate treble tickling to vehement deep bass diatribes. The piano sound is clearly geared toward classical recitation; notes in the bass have the buzz of a grand piano. Reverb control has only 4 settings, and the smooth resonance a modern/jazz pianist wants is lacking. Speakers are on the back, not top.The 16 tones are piano (modern, classic, variation, electric, FM elec., 60s elec.), harpsichord, vibraphone, organ (pipe, jazz, elec. 1, elec. 2), strings (1&2), and bass (1&2). Layering on the piano is a strong point, along with its 128 note polyphony. Any two tones can be combined in almost any balance with clear sound, and tone brilliance is adjustable.There?s no user interface; prepare to reference the manual A LOT for a week or so.:) It comes with a sheet music book of the 60 on-board classical pieces.X The included pedal is FLIMSY. Buy another with a polarity switch (not compatible with Yamaha).

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