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Casio PX-100 Privia 88-Key Digital Piano  

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    88 weighted keys at only 28 lbs.!

    The Casio PX-100 Privia Digital Piano may be the lightest full-size digital piano with real hammer action ever offered. Completely new sound chip and a custom speaker system for full, rich acoustic piano sound. 10 built-in tones plus rhythms, effects, and demo songs. Easily converts to upright configuration with the optional CS-55 stand. Light weight, compact size, and great price makes owning and enjoying a piano easier than ever!

    Features

    • Lightweight
    • Compact size
    • 88 weighted, graded keys
    • New sound chip
    • Custom speaker system
    • 10 tones

    Make it yours now and start tickling those ivories!

     

    PX-100 Privia 88-Key Digital Piano Specifications:

    • Number of Keys: 88 hammer action
    • Scaling mechanism
    • Touch sensitvity: 3 levels, off
    • Number of Tones 10 (8 panel, 2 lower)
    • Stereo sampling
    • Dual-element system
    • Layer function
    • Split function
    • 4 Reverbs
    • 4 Choruses
    • 20 patterns
    • Auto accompaniment
    • Music Library tunes
    • 30 built-in tunes
    • Part off function
    • Metronome function
    • Recording function: 2 tracks x 1 tune, 5200 notes
    • Terminals
    • 2 Headphone jacks
    • MIDI IN, MIDI OUT
    • Damper Pedal jack
    • Soft, Sostenuto pedal jack
    • 12cm x 6cm (oval) speakers
    • 8W + 8W output
    • 1,323mm x 278mm x 132mm
    • Weight 12.5Kg
    • AC Adapter is included (AD-12U)
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    4.4

    (based on 23 reviews)

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    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Finally, A Piano I Can Afford and Move

    Reason's I bought it: Weighted Keys. Portability.Price,outstandingly afforable. Beautiful tone on both GP-1 and GP-2. Everything else that comes with it is gravy. I really bought it solely for the...Read complete review

    Reason's I bought it: Weighted Keys. Portability.Price,outstandingly afforable. Beautiful tone on both GP-1 and GP-2. Everything else that comes with it is gravy. I really bought it solely for the grand piano, the REAL PIANO sound. I move about every two years, cost too much to move full size piano. Went 21 yrs without piano, finally bought the Casio PX-100 and in one week was back to were I was. Started lessons at 5, ended at 22, every week for 17 yrs, lost piano in move. All I play is Classical and boy, is this the piano for me. I can play all night with the head-phones on and record what I mastered.Foot pedals leave much to be desired. This is one serious piano for the beginner or the accomplished. Main reason was the weighted keys, it makes all the difference when playing, it strenghtens the muscles just like a real piano should. If a person walked into a dark room while I was playing, they would not know that it wasn't a full size standard piano. I would buy/did buy just for the Piano's crystal clear sound and the weighted keys.

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    amatuer sounds

    Not much to this, spongy keys, OK sounds - I would shop around. Looks good though.

    Not much to this, spongy keys, OK sounds - I would shop around. Looks good though.

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    4.0

    Best Key Action for the Money

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    I bought this keyboard because the key action is as close to my baby grand that I have found. That was top priority to me. Piano sound is good. The reverb and chorus effects are TERRIBLE - really don't change the sound at all! So the "FEATURES" rating above is overall, but individually I would say ==> Key Action 9, Piano Voice Sound 8,Reverb/chorus 1. But I bought it to sound and play like a real piano, and it certainly does that.

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Good for practice.

    By Josh-.qZnv

    from Long Beach, CA

    I wasn't too sure about buying a Casio, because of thier lower end keyboards. But, I was pleasantly surprised when I opened the Privia. The feel and the sound are great for the price. Overall it's a great instrument.

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    5.0

    Finally, A Piano I Can Afford and Move

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Reason's I bought it: Weighted Keys. Portability.Price,outstandingly afforable. Beautiful tone on both GP-1 and GP-2. Everything else that comes with it is gravy. I really bought it solely for the grand piano, the REAL PIANO sound. I move about every two years, cost too much to move full size piano. Went 21 yrs without piano, finally bought the Casio PX-100 and in one week was back to were I was. Started lessons at 5, ended at 22, every week for 17 yrs, lost piano in move. All I play is Classical and boy, is this the piano for me. I can play all night with the head-phones on and record what I mastered.Foot pedals leave much to be desired. This is one serious piano for the beginner or the accomplished. Main reason was the weighted keys, it makes all the difference when playing, it strenghtens the muscles just like a real piano should. If a person walked into a dark room while I was playing, they would not know that it wasn't a full size standard piano. I would buy/did buy just for the Piano's crystal clear sound and the weighted keys.

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    4.0

    good value

    By Q-SKh5GiU

    from austin, TX

    Great light weight digital piano. Sounds are average but usable. Features are fairly simple. I bought it because of its portability.

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    4.0

    Amazing value

    By Dave-y5Yg2

    from Maine, USA

    This board is an amazing value for the money. You won't find a cheaper 88 key weighted keyboard and i have found that the action is very good and the sound is also respectable. Neither of those are as good as 2000 boards from roland or yamaha but still this is a great first digital piano for the up and coming muscian, espcecially if you are on a budget. The main aspects that you look for in a board are good action and a good grand sound both of which this keyboard has. The only gripe i have is that you have to use the 1/4 headphones out, which is annoying because you have to buy adapters. but this does not stop you from putting this keyboard through a mixer or external sound source or even recoridng if you want to. Overall an amazing piano for the price!

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    3.0

    amatuer sounds

    By Steve-IpiJi

    from Michigan

    Not much to this, spongy keys, OK sounds - I would shop around. Looks good though.

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Simplicity at Last!!!

    By Soundman Extraordinaire

    from Kansas City, MO

    Sick of fumbling through endless menus and user manuals instead of playing music? Get this keyboard. I have high end user-unfrendly Roland keyboards and this Casio sounds at least as good and is so much easier to use. Now in my studio, musician's can come right in and start playing music instead of playing with menus and manuals!

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    5.0

    A Super Value for the Piano Lover.

    By K-Man129

    from Dallas, TX

    The feel and sound of this piano is exquisite for the price. The PX100 has many nice features - MIDI IN/OUT; split & layered sounds; user-set touch control, 2-track built-in recording, metronome.

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    5.0

    pretty great

    By Alexander-cV7pW

    from hickory, nc

    best keyboard for the money. I've taken this piano on a tour. The only real inconvenience thus far has been the stripping/breaking of the power chord, kind of a cheap chord but oh well, no biggie. The voices are sort of authentic, but have their own distinct sound, which may be good for some and bad for others. Although, I can't talk too much, in that I primarily use the MIDI i/o for the keyboard. Other than that, the keyboard is very light and skinny.

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    4.0

    Great for the Price

    By PianoPlayer

    from San Diego

    This piano is great for what it is; if you're looking for the best quality out there, you're going to have to look elsewhere. However, if you're looking for a decent digital piano for a great price, then this is it. The action on it is very nice, but the sound sampling could be a bit better. Also, a line out would be nice instead of two headphone jacks. At any rate, if your budget restricts you from buying the latest and the greatest, this is definitely a respectable digital piano, and a great value.

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