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Casio PX-110 88-Key Privia Digital Piano  

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        88 weighted keys at only 26 lbs.

        The Casio Privia PX-110 88-Key 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. 11 pristine ZPI tones plus 20 rhythms, DSP effects, and 60 demo songs. The lightweight, compact size, and great price of the Casio Privia PX-110 makes owning and enjoying a piano easier than ever!

        Features
        • 88 graded hammer-action keys
        • 3-level touch sensitivity
        • ZPI sound chip
        • Custom speaker system
        • 11 tones
        • Number of Tones: 11 (9 tone, 2 bass)
        • Stereo sampling
        • Tri-element waveform processing system
        • Layer function
        • Split function
        • 4 Reverbs
        • 4 Choruses
        • DSP
        • 20 patterns
        • Auto accompaniment
        • Music Library tunes
        • 60 built-in tunes
        • Recording function: 2 tracks x 1 tune, 10,000 notes
        • Terminals: 2 Headphone jacks, MIDI I/O, 3 pedal
        • 4-3/4" x 2-3/10" (oval) speakers
        • 8W + 8W output
        • 26 lbs.

        Make it yours now and start tickling those ivories!

         
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        4.4

        (based on 13 reviews)

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        Excellent all round

        I just bought my PX-110 to replace an ancient Casio CPS-720 digi piano. I chose it after trying several budget digi pianos and I think I made the right choice. The more ...Read complete review

        I just bought my PX-110 to replace an ancient Casio CPS-720 digi piano. I chose it after trying several budget digi pianos and I think I made the right choice. The more I play it the better it seems to feel and sound. If you close your eyes it is easy to imagine you are playing a grand piano as the hammer action keyboard is as good as a costly Yamaha and the sounds are rich and satisfying with no hint of thinness.Another reviewer pointed out that there is no Line Out socket but I have recorded by connecting directly to the headphone jack and the results are superbly clear and hiss-free. With a very simple adaptor lead you could connect to PAs for gigging etc so no worries about no standard LineOut jack.This is a very good solution to the difficult problem of making a cheap and convincing digi piano. The stand and pedal board are excellent too. I was surprised to find that the Sustain pedal also supports half-pedaling which is fully adjustable too. This piano has everything most people would need. Why fork out for a Clavinova?

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        Casio PX-110... for pros?

        I played this keyboard for 3 nights at a local hotel here in Tnsberg Norway. I'm a New Orleans piano player and play the 88's for a living. This IS NOT the keyboard ...Read complete review

        I played this keyboard for 3 nights at a local hotel here in Tnsberg Norway. I'm a New Orleans piano player and play the 88's for a living. This IS NOT the keyboard for a pro. The tracking action is slow so you end up with very little "real time" response. It's slow and clumsy. Might be nice if all you wanna'do is play "Flur de'Lis". That's not me!

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        3.0

        piano major

        By Anonymous

        from Undisclosed

        Ok so this piano is the most unnatural sounding piano I've ever heard. Believe me when I tell you play it before you buy it, the price may sound great but when you play it its not a natural sound. Im not one of those types to bad mouth casio because the px 120 is alot better. But the 110 is not worth buying if you value a somewhat decent sounding realistic piano.

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        4.0

        Nice piano but mine has noisy keys!

        By JasArthur

        from Nashville TN

        I am a piano teacher and professional church and wedding organist. I use my PX-110 for my 2 dozen students and also for church when a piano timbre is desired. It has served well and I'm pleased with it, although I'm not a stage musician and have limited exposure to expensive brands like Korg. But I'm sure it's a good buy for the money. My only complaint is that the keys click loud enough to be picked up by recording equipment. As for the line out problem many have written about...I just patched the Privia through to a Yamaha using a MIDI cable, and from there a standard 1/4" jack to the amp! There's probably an adapter on the market, but I had the Yamaha handy!

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        4.0

        Good Keyboard for general use

        By trig

        from LA/Seattle

        Overall this is a great basic keyboard. Good sound and key response. If you want to use it for anything other than home jamming it's an expensive pain.There is only one sustain pedal assembly that is compatible with this keyboard . . .(not offered from my favorite vendor).The keyboard does come with a wonky little pad pedal. No other brand of sustain pedal will work with it, so don't mix them up.The traditional pedal unit (sold seperately)only works with the "Casio Stand".The bulky stand (sold seperately). .kind of like having to assemble an Ikea fiberboard shelf unit, so it's not something to go on the road with.Great for home use.

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        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Excellent all round

        By CJ Mckay

        from London

        I just bought my PX-110 to replace an ancient Casio CPS-720 digi piano. I chose it after trying several budget digi pianos and I think I made the right choice. The more I play it the better it seems to feel and sound. If you close your eyes it is easy to imagine you are playing a grand piano as the hammer action keyboard is as good as a costly Yamaha and the sounds are rich and satisfying with no hint of thinness.Another reviewer pointed out that there is no Line Out socket but I have recorded by connecting directly to the headphone jack and the results are superbly clear and hiss-free. With a very simple adaptor lead you could connect to PAs for gigging etc so no worries about no standard LineOut jack.This is a very good solution to the difficult problem of making a cheap and convincing digi piano. The stand and pedal board are excellent too. I was surprised to find that the Sustain pedal also supports half-pedaling which is fully adjustable too. This piano has everything most people would need. Why fork out for a Clavinova?

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        It is perfect for me.

        By David-jzfwT

        from Hendersonville, NC

        At lower volumes this piano sounds excellent. I am overly impressed by the quality of the samples and the velocity mapping feels very natural to me. I have a very picky ear and I kid you not, this piano sounds better than some of the digital piano's that I have played that cost several thousand dollars more. The only draw back is that this amp and these speakers lose their "realness" at higher volumes. So if you want a true piano replacement, this is not it. But if you want something you can practice on at softer volumes or with earphones, you will be thrilled. The keyboard feels really good to me. If you closed your eyes I think you would still know that it is not a "real" piano though. But it is pretty close. Close enough for me.The other sounds are not quite as good as the piano in quality (as you would expect). The electric piano is actually quite good though. But don't buy this for the other sounds or beats, buy it for the piano and you will be content. I have had it for a year now and because of the price point, I don't feel I have to chase my kids off of it. I let them use and abuse it all they want without worry. I couldn't do that with an expensive board.

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        You get what you pay for

        By M.McCaslin

        from Lansing, MI

        As a professional dueling piano player I have experience with a number of brands of keyboards. The standard in our line of work tends to be Yamahas. I bought a pair of these for my mobile setup and they've been great. They've held up well to abuse and they are easy to transport due to their light weight. They don't sound as good over a PA as the Yamahas do, but if you take out the heavy mids, they work fine for short term gigs. I was surprised that there was NOT a line out jack of any kind on the board, so I put one in myself. It wasn't something that I researched because I guess I just expected it to have one.

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        5.0

        Awesome

        By facedowninthedirt

        from in my room

        Really good keyboard,the Hammer action almost duplicates that of a real piano. Sound is very nice. Sounds amazing for any style, I've played classical on it along with Rock in a band so...Overall very good buy

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Amazing

        By loser23

        from 2 miles North of Nowhere

        I don't really know where to begin with this piano. I got it a little less than a year ago, and I have no regrets whatsoever. The tone is great, and the weighted keys are perfect. The sound this thing puts out makes it hard to turn off. My one and only complaint is that it's a bit hard to figure out some of the recording features at first. Regardless, I recommend this piano to anyone who plays the keys; I've played a Yamaha more than twice the price of this, and I still prefer my Casio PX-110.

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        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        2.0

        Casio PX-110... for pros?

        By George

        from New Orleans / Tønsberg Norway

        I played this keyboard for 3 nights at a local hotel here in Tnsberg Norway. I'm a New Orleans piano player and play the 88's for a living. This IS NOT the keyboard for a pro. The tracking action is slow so you end up with very little "real time" response. It's slow and clumsy. Might be nice if all you wanna'do is play "Flur de'Lis". That's not me!

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        5.0

        Great for Price

        By Anonymous

        from Undisclosed

        This sounds amazing for an electric piano. The weighted keyes are great, the sensitivity is perfect. Everything is perfect. You just don't pay for the features other, more expensive models have. Overall, this is great. I would recomend it to anyone.

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