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Casio PX-300 Privia Digital Piano

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168 total built-in tones (15 panel, 15 variation, 128 GM, 10 drum sets), MIDI in/out/through, line in/out, make this a keyboard a pro can be comforta...Click To Read More About This Product

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Amazing acoustic piano tone, MIDI, and 88 weighted, graded keys.

168 total built-in tones (15 panel, 15 variation, 128 GM, 10 drum sets), MIDI in/out/through, line in/out, make this a keyboard a pro can be comfortable with. Advanced features like auto accompaniment, great-sounding effects, an onboard sequencer, and a library of 120 rhythms provide power for creativity and performance. At only 29 pounds, the PX-300 keyboard makes it easier than ever to take a full 88-key hammer action digital piano to a gig, or anywhere.

FEATURES
Full 88-key hammer-action keyboard with scaling
3 levels of touch sensitivity
168 total built-in tones
MIDI in/out/through
Line in/out
Auto accompaniment
Effects - 4 reverbs, 4 choruses
Sequencer
120 rhythms
Split and layer functions
2 headphone jacks
Damper and soft/sostenuto pedal jacks
8 + 8w speaker system
AC adapter
29 pounds
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4.5

(based on 22 reviews)

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Real Piano Action!!!

I've been playing for 20+ years. I was shopping for a midi controller for my home studio. I wanted as close to a real piano feel as I could come in this price...Read complete review

I've been playing for 20+ years. I was shopping for a midi controller for my home studio. I wanted as close to a real piano feel as I could come in this price range. I tried a lot of keyboards, all with the sound turned off and my eyes closed. All I was interested in was the feel. (I use a Motif Rack and some other soft and hard synths for my sounds, so I don't care what this keyboard sounds like. In fact the M-audio and some of the other keyboard/midi controllers I tried have no onboard sounds at all.) I tried the $1,000 and less Yamaha digital pianos (p-60, etc) M-Audio products, and some others. I was This Casio won the "real piano feel" contest. I was very pleasantly surprised.From what I've seen, I believe you would have to spend 3 to 4 thousand dollars to get a better piano feel. I've played a lot of spinets and uprights that don't feel this solid. The keys feel nice and "blocky" -- they're mored squared off, and have heft and weight, so it takes some effort to play -- like a real piano. If you've grown up on syths and digital pianos, this may be more work than you want your fingers to do. That said, I don't really care for its piano sounds, but the organ and rhodes sounds are good. The speakers are too small, but I don't use those either, so I don't care. The other thing I DO really like is its weight. I don't gig much, but if I do, it's not going to break my back.

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Producer speaks out

I recently purchased the px 300 for my studio and am satisfied with the sound of the unit. The feel of the hammers is very good. Down side is the speakers do not disengage...Read complete review

I recently purchased the px 300 for my studio and am satisfied with the sound of the unit. The feel of the hammers is very good. Down side is the speakers do not disengage when recording so the unit and player must be isolated. However the speaker sound is fairly good and is a great unit for warming up. Overall a good buy!

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing work of art

By Browni02

from Banning, Ca

I just received my Casio Privia px300 in the mail yesterday. I still can't believe how much the keys feel like a real grand piano. The sound quality is breathtaking. I'm able to practice with a headset on, so I won't disturb the rest of my family when they're sleeping. I'm in love with this product!!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A lightweight piano that deliveres

By oskarlos

from Bellingham, WA

I recently bought this b/c the deal was too good to pass up. At first I was a little disapointed w/ the mid octive piano tones. All in all this digi piano is perfect for transporting to practive sessions, gigs, and such. The rock organ is very percusive w/ that nice B3 sound and the jazz organ has incredible sound. I love the privia, nothing too fancy, all the main tones one would need and the action makes sliding up the scales a breeze.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Real Piano Action!!!

By RDHoese

from Los Angeles

I've been playing for 20+ years. I was shopping for a midi controller for my home studio. I wanted as close to a real piano feel as I could come in this price range. I tried a lot of keyboards, all with the sound turned off and my eyes closed. All I was interested in was the feel. (I use a Motif Rack and some other soft and hard synths for my sounds, so I don't care what this keyboard sounds like. In fact the M-audio and some of the other keyboard/midi controllers I tried have no onboard sounds at all.) I tried the $1,000 and less Yamaha digital pianos (p-60, etc) M-Audio products, and some others. I was This Casio won the "real piano feel" contest. I was very pleasantly surprised.From what I've seen, I believe you would have to spend 3 to 4 thousand dollars to get a better piano feel. I've played a lot of spinets and uprights that don't feel this solid. The keys feel nice and "blocky" -- they're mored squared off, and have heft and weight, so it takes some effort to play -- like a real piano. If you've grown up on syths and digital pianos, this may be more work than you want your fingers to do. That said, I don't really care for its piano sounds, but the organ and rhodes sounds are good. The speakers are too small, but I don't use those either, so I don't care. The other thing I DO really like is its weight. I don't gig much, but if I do, it's not going to break my back.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Pros and Cons

By FoxfireMGB

from Gainesville, FL

*Pros: It has a great sound, the weight of the keys feels great, all around it is great to play on. The programmed sounds, 168, mostly sound pretty good, so you can generate a lot of various ideas while writing your own music. *Cons: Good luck finding a case and stand that actually fits this well. Because it is so small in width and height it is very difficult to find a case to accommodate its dimensions.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great keyboard

By Spud-0l2XF

from Mannheim, Germany

A great kewboard. A little pricey, and it has no stand mounts, but aside from that, I am thrilled with this instrument!! Exactly what I expected and wanted.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Casio PX-300 Digital Piano

By David A. Tiangco

from Virginia Beach, VA

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Good quality piano sound. Good feel to the keys. Fantastic value at this price range. Speakers could use a bit more power and the quality of the other sounds could use some improvement.

 
5.0

Your getting a cheap price for this

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

This keyboard has so many surprises when you play it. Has many drumbeats sounds recording options and many more. Casio does a realy great job on this. This product is very cheap (your saving money).

 
5.0

Excellent Keys and Great For MIDI or Audio

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

All I wanted was 88 hammer action weighted keys, MIDI capability and a good price. I searched for MIDI controllers for ever and then stumbled upon this on my own, now I see it in Sweetwater, Musicians Friend, and more importantly when I ask a sales gut for the best set of keys for my purposes, all the knowledgable ones walk over to this keyboard. I did not need preset sounds, as I design my own sounds, but the presets are so awesome, I am going to record out of the keyboard in addition to sequencing using my own timbres. Quality, You'll be like: Casio?; Who Knew!!!

 
4.0

Bang for the buck!

By PAHugo

from Aston, PA

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The action is awesome. The patches are respectable. I highly recommend this keyboard.I think you would have a hard time finding a midi controller with weighted action at this price.

 
4.0

Great Piano

By jvblindwalking

from Anaheim, CA

This is a great piano. You can't find any digital piano with this great of key action, and quality sound, at this price. The grand piano is awesome, and clear even on the low end.

 
5.0

Excellent Value

By Norse Horse

from Philomont, VA

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I have had this digital piano for several weeks now and have been exceptionally pleased with its sound and operation. Grand sounds good. MIDI is fun. Light and portable. Easy to use. This is the best you'll get for the price.

 
4.0

I love it

By N.C.Ward

from Northren Ireland

Wow a great digital piano for beginners up to advanced level, this is my second digital piano my first one didn't have as much keys and the action on the keys where very light but the Casio feels and sounds great just like a real grand Piano. But I would recomened you find a good stand.

 
5.0

Y'Can't lose!

By RPG

from Los Angeles

I am a professional pianist and I've been looking for a not-too-expensive 88 Key, Hammer-action, decent-sounding digital piano. I've always had respect for various Casio products (VZ10-M, FZ1, RZ1 for example) and was curious to check out their new PX-300.I own a Yamaha C3 piano, so I'm used to the feel of a real grand. I'm happy to report that for anyone seeking an inexpensive digital piano - one with a decent sound and nice action - you can't go wrong with the PX-300.But that's only the beginning... In addition to a decent piano sound, there's some excellent others - notably a nice collection of Rhodes sounds (and I own a Fender Rhodes too), and some rather nice Hammonds.It has a dedicated Metronome button, tons of preprogrammed drum machine patterns (pretty decent drum sounds too) although the patterns themselves are just OK. It has stereo audio in, meaning you can hook up a CD player/Walkman etc., and jam along.There's built in stereo speakers, 2 Headphone outs, a 16 Channel GM synth, MIDI in/out, a 2-track sequencer, and it can do that auto-accompaniment thing too (not bad for practicing your riffs/licks) plus a bunch of other stuff.This is definitely a winner. It's perfect for home practicing, and great for gigs too.The only real negative to consider is that it won't make a great MIDI controller. (No wheels or knobs)It's certainly turned a few heads over at my studio.

 
5.0

Great Buy

By Rich-xI3-N

from Westlake, OH

Overall a great digi piano value. If you're looking for weighted keys, solid tones, and blanket quality, this is for you. Nothing all that tricky about it.Provides more than enough tones with 128 GM and a good amount of rhythms. Grand Piano tone(s) sound very realistic and feel is as well.

 
5.0

The Very Best For Very Little Cash!

By Lefamu

from Cupertino, CA

I first heard about this product from a friend of mine who also plays professionally. This is one of the best purchases I have made in a while! The action is great, the sound is very cool,and it is oh so very portable! I use it at church, in my studio, and on special engagements! You all should check this piece out!

 
3.0

Producer speaks out

By SeagramsVOman

from spring, TX

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I recently purchased the px 300 for my studio and am satisfied with the sound of the unit. The feel of the hammers is very good. Down side is the speakers do not disengage when recording so the unit and player must be isolated. However the speaker sound is fairly good and is a great unit for warming up. Overall a good buy!

 
5.0

Casio PX-300

By YouMadeAFolly

from Purcellville, Virginia

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My cousin owns this keyboard and I love it. It feels like a real piano and it sounds great. I haven't played around with all the features, but I really want to get one of these myself.

(0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Below Average

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

This Casio is alright, and I would definetly recommend it for beginners, but for the more advance players who want something that actually has sound relative to a grand or advance keyboardDONT Bother. I want something better so bad.

 
5.0

Best bang for buck-but 32 poly annoying

By Pianodude from Philly

from Phila, PA

Light and dependable. Problem is the 32 polyphony. Plus I miss the dynamics in the action that my FP 9 has (along with it's better piano sound). Because it's only 32 polyphonic the bass drop outs when doing arpeggios. Best sound I get is from piano with strings layered at -10 volume or the fantasy tone layered (though the 32 polyphony is really noticeable then). Still an excellent value and can get the job done. I've used it for a year and will keep it as a spare. But, I'm ready to upgrade to an FP 2, hoping it's 64 poliphony proves worth the added expense.

 
4.0

great buy

By busman

from Knoxville, TN

i bought this piano and was very pleased with the great action on the keys and the large array of voices. it has a very realistic piano sound as well as 135 midi sounds. it's a fantastic purchase!

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