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Casio Privia PX575R 88-Key Digital Piano
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An affordable Casio keyboard with rich sound and grand piano touch.
The Casio Privia PX-575R Digital Piano is loaded with features such as microphone input and volume control, large LCD screen, registration memory, Rhythm and Tone Controller Internet Data Expansion System, USB port and SD card slot. The auto-accompaniment feature gives you the sound of a full ensemble.
The 88-key Privia PX575R features a tri-element ZPI sound source and provides authentic piano sound coupled with scaled hammer action for an exquisite grand piano feel, and selectable touch sensitivity; making it possible for people to be as inspired as if they were playing on ivory. The Casio PX575R comes equipped with dual two-way speakers and 2 headphone jacks. An optional 3-pedal unit will allow the elegant sounds of this naturally grand sounding digital piano to perform just as eloquently as the real thing, while a new face panel design conveys the technical advantages that appeals to the Casio Privia consumer.
The Internet Data Expansion Systems allows users to customize preset tunes by downloading them from www.casiosongs.com or other musical downloading sites. For this purpose, users can also look for a USB terminal and direct PC connection through USB cable, and an SD card slot.
Edit built-in sounds to produce your own original creations. Up to 120 of your own sounds can be stored in memory for recall, just like the built-in tones.
General MIDI compatibility
The General MIDI tones of this Casio keyboard let you connect to a personal computer to enjoy "desktop music" capabilities. This keyboard can be used as a desktop music input device or sound source, and it's just the thing for playback of commercially available prerecorded General MIDI music software.
A USB port provides quick and easy connection to a computer.*
*Note that you will need a commercially available USB cable (A-B type) to connect to a computer using the USB port.
Digital piano setups can be stored in memory for later recall and instant settings whenever you need them. Up to 32 setups (4 setups x 8 banks) can be stored in registration memory.
SD Memory Card Slot
The Casio Privia PX575R has a built-in SD memory card slot that helps to simplify transfer of data from a computer and lets you store volumes of data for later recall when you need it. You can also load a card with a standard MIDI file (SMF) and play it back on the digital piano.
Privia PX575R 88-Key Digital Piano
- Keyboard: 88 Piano Keys (with Touch Response), Off/1/2/3
Polyphony: 32 Notes, maximum (10 for Certain Tones)
Tones: 400 Advanced Tones + 200 Preset Tones + 20 Drum Sets + 100 Standard User Tones + 20 User Tones with Waves*1 + 4 User Drum Sets with Waves*1 + 50 Drawbar Organ Tones + 100 User Drawbar Organ Tones (894 Tones Total); Layer/Split
Drawbar Organ Function:
Drawbars: 9 (16', 5 1/3', 8', 4', 2 2/3', 2', 1 3/5', 1 1/3', 1')
Percussion: Second, Third
Click: On, Off
DSP (200 Types: Internal, 100 User Areas) + Reverb (16 Types) + Chorus (16 Types) + Equalizer (10 Types, 4 Bands)
Rhythm Patterns: 182 (Internal, 16 User Areas*1)
Tempo: Variable (226 Steps, 30 to 255)
Chords: 3 Fingering Methods (Casio Chord, Fingered, Full Range Chord)
Rhythm Controller: Start/Stop, Intro/Ending 1 and 2, Variation/Fill-in 1 and 2, Synchro/Fill-in Next
Volume: 0 to 127 (128 Steps)
One-touch Presets: Recalls Settings for Tone, Tempo, Layer On/Off and Harmonize On/Off in Accordance with Rhythm
Auto Harmonize: 10 Types
Time Signatures: 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Recording Tracks: 6 (2 through 6 are Melody Tracks)
Recording Methods: Real-time, Step
Memory Capacity: Approximately 10,000 Notes (Total for 5 Songs)
Edit Function: Equipped
Demo Tunes: 3
Tune Number 0
Name: Toboggan Run
Composer: Tech-Note International LTD.
Tune Number: 1
Composer: Akiko Fujimoto
Tune Number: 2
Name: Malibu Sun
Composer: Tech-Note International LTD.
Parameters: Attack time; Release time; Resonance; Cutoff frequency; Vibrato type; Vibrato delay; Vibrato depth; Vibrato rate; Octave shift; Level; Touch sense; Reverb send; Chorus send; DSP line; DSP type; DSP parameter
Number of Setups
32 (4 Setups x 8 Banks)
Tone, Rhythm, Tempo, Layer On/Off, Split On/Off, Split point, Harmonize On/Off, Mixer settings (Channels 1 to 10), Effect settings, Touch Response settings, Soft/Sostenuto Pedal Jack setting, Transpose, Tuning, Accompaniment Volume setting, Pitch Bend range, Auto Harmonize type, MODE Button setting, Synchro Standby State, Mixer Hold, DSP Hold, Synthesizer Mode Parameters
Parameters: Tone; Part On/Off; Volume; Pan Pot; Octave Shift; Coarse Tune; Fine Tune; Reverb Send; Chorus Send; DSP Line; DSP Level, DSP Pan, DSP System Reverb Send, DSP System Chorus Send
MIDI: 16 Multi-timbre receive, GM Level 1 Standard
Pitch Bend Range: Adjustable (12 Semitones Upwards and Downwards)
Transpose: 49 Steps (-24 Semitones to +24 Semitones)
Tuning: Variable (A4 = Approximately 440Hz ±100 Cents)
LCD: Adjustable Contrast
SMF Player: Flash Memory Storage for Up to 200 Files*1
Supported Format: SMF0
Shared Area: Approximately 3.5MB*2 (Waveform Data, Accompaniment Data, SMF Data) Further Storage of Waveform, Accompaniment, and SMF Data becomes impossible after the total of such data reaches approximately 3.5MB.
SD Memory Cards:
Supported SD Memory Cards: 1GB or Less (Cards with capacity greater than 1 GB are not supported)
Functions: Save and load data; Playback of SMF; Card Formatting; File Delete; File Rename
Pedals; Damper, Soft/Sostenuto (Selectable)
SD Card Slot
USB Port: Type B
Headphones: Stereo Standard Jacks x 2; Output Impedance: 170 Ohms; Output Voltage: 6.0V (RMS) MAX
Pedal: Standard Jacks x 2
Power: 12V DC
Microphone In: Standard Jack (with Microphone Volume Knob)
Input Impedance: 3.3KOhms
Input Sensitivity: 10mV
Pedal Connector: For optional SP-30 Only
Speakers: (16cm x 8cm Oval) x 2 + 5cm x 2
Output: 8.0W + 8.0W
Power Supply: AC Adaptor (AD-12)
Power Consumption: 12V - 18W
Dimensions: 52-15/16 x 13-3/4 x 6-1/8 inch (134.4 x 34.9 x 15.5 cm)
Weight: Approximately 36.8 lbs (16.7 kg )
Reviewed by 4 customers
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CONS: Major USB driver problems will create studio nightmare if you want to use with Vista/Windows7 or Protools for PC. After using for a while, clackety keyboard that needs more felt. Casio does not support usb driver updates and lags behind others....feels like they do not support musicians after the sale with updated drivers. 32 note polyphony runs out quickly. PROS: 88 key nicely weighted keyboard with great piano sound. Can load more sounds in it via usb and their programs..it is as if the USB was meant to download stuff "into" the keyboard and not "play out" into midi. Conclusions: Look elsewhere if you want an 88 key midi keyboard for studio. I wish I had! I will now have to purchase a third 88 key keyboard, just to get midi piano into my Protools Windows 7 Rig. If you just want a home unit and will never do midi, it's fine. If you pound a piano like Jerry Lee Lewis, this one will get "clackity" quickly and is not recommended. But with kindness, should last a long time and sound great for just home play, church play, etc. Again, one BIG PROBLEM is Casio USB drivers are dated 2004...and it's now 2009. I am writing this review as of Dec. 2009, been waiting for updated drivers over a year and this means, this is a lousy choice for a recording studio to use for midi. The old xp driver is slow, they have not released a Vista driver. Casio does not seem to want to support the USB drivers. If you go to their site, the link for Windows VISTa or 7 drivers is blank, will take you no where. Lots of complaints from various reviewers out there about lack of support and driver problems. But if you search someone in the mac world has made a mac driver....because they gave up on Casio doing it. So...if you are just going to play it and never hook it up to USB for a studio..or if you are going to use xp drivers on old computers, you might be okay. But be warned, it will be slow and clunky with the xp driver, and this unit does not play well with Vista and forget Windows 7 or 64 bit programs altogether at this time.Missouri Guy
I'm a piano player by trade and had been looking for a keyboard that would give me 88 keys, the feel of a real piano, and at least something more than the 10 instruments most digital pianos with the first two features come with. This keyboard has it all. Real feel, real keys and over 900 instruments to choose from. Plus it has a user friendly interface. I haven't really explored the recording features but for performance in the church gigs I play for and weddings that I do, this is absolutely perfect! Versatility, light weight, and sleek and beautiful... this is exactly what I've been waiting for! You usually don't find a one like this for under a grand so I was blown away at the price! This truly is an excellent value for your buck. Casio! You surely outdid yourself!
This electric piano does it all, organs, electric pianos, synths whatever. It's suited any need I can think of. The split/layer features are also very useful for when I need to use left hand bass, which is often. The only downsides to this piano are the plastic casing is easily scratched, so don't ram into walls when your carrying it, and the keys tend to "thump" back up sometimes. I don't really notice the thump, but when my mom can by to check it out, she made a big deal about it. Maybe she's OCD, but it is kinda noticeable. That explains the drop in quality.
This Keyboard plays and Sounds Good! It has over 700 quality sampled sounds. You can download from the CASIO SITE sounds that uses the waveforms already the keyboard had an new waveforms for more sounds. The Digital Piano Tones are very Impressive along with the Hundreds of other synth sounds. The hammer action (fantastic feeling action - graded hammer action) is perfect, and its quite possible to carry the keyboard with just one arm. It came with over 150 rhythms, all very nice and very professional. So if you are looking for one man band it can be useful. Played more expensive Digital keyboards but nothing matches this for the features and price. No Midi ins or outs but USB works great. Headphone out can be used to hook to an amp. If your looking for a Digital Piano that feels and Sounds Great - This ones for you! The good: It have Incredible sounds including Excellent piano sounds. Fantastic feeling action (graded hammer action). Tons of features (DSP effects, patch editing, onboard sequencer (good scratch pad for recording musical ideas), onboard mixer, built in rythms/auto-accompaniment, SD-card for loading/unloading midi files, organ sounds with virtual drawbars, etc...) The oddly missing: no midi ports (midi is done through USB. No audio outs (though there is a headphone jack) for an amp. The bad: very limited polyphony 32 notes for most sounds, . Also, while the keyboard feels incredible, it's a bit noisey. there's an audible, mechanical click when the keys are released and return. It's not loud enough to hear in normal playing, but it can be annoying when playing soft passages.