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Casio PX-555 88-Key Privia Keyboard
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The Casio PX-555 touch-sensitive keyboard combines natural-sounding tone and first-rate piano touch in a compact-yet-elegantly stylish design. It fea...Read More
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The Casio PX-555 touch-sensitive keyboard combines natural-sounding tone and first-rate piano touch in a compact-yet-elegantly stylish design. It features 88 full-size, naturally-scaled hammer-action keys, touch sensitivity, 32-note polyphony, 258 tones, 120 rhythms, 80 songs, a USB port, recording function, pitch wheel, MIDI I/O, microphone jack, and a SmartMedia slot. The lesson function lets you turn off the left or right hand part during playback of a Music Library tune and play along with the remaining part. It also comes with Auto Accompaniment and Sing Alone functions with echo and adjustable volume level and song key.
The SmartMedia slot accepts 3.3V type SmartMedia cards up to 128MB capacity. It allows you to play SMF and SMF Lyrics song data directly from a SmartMedia card and save up to 200 tunes on a single card.
Beautiful in appearance, tone, and touch.
- 88 full-size naturally scaled hammer action keys
- Touch sensitivity
- Backlit LCD display
- 32-note polyphony
- 128 tones and 128 GM tones
- 120 rhythms
- 80 built-in songs
- Recording function
- Pitch wheel
- 8 digital effects
- Teacher/student headphone jacks
- MIDI I/O
- 2 pedal jacks: damper, soft/sostenuto (selectable)
- USB port
- SmartMedia card slot
PX-555 88-Key Privia Keyboard
- Number of Keys: 88 hammer action
- Polyphony: 32
- Touch Sensitive
- Mic Terminal with Volume Control
- Preset Tones/User Tones: 256/-
- Stereo Sampled Piano Tones
- 120 rhythms
- Auto Harmonize
- Digital Effects/Reverbs: 8
- Auto Accompaniment: Yes
- Registration (set-ups): 16
- One-Touch Presets: 120
- Tunes: 80
- Song Expansion
- Song Controller
- Lesson Function: off part
- Song Memory (tracks x songs): 2 x 2
- Pitch Bender: Yes-wheel
- Tuning and Transpose
- Flash ROM
- SMF Player
- MIDI/General MIDI: General MIDI
- Terminals: 2 Headphone Jacks (Teacher/Student), 2 Pedal Jacks, Line Out L/Mono R, Mic In, USB Port (This is to transfer SMF/Lyrics Data and/or Casiosongs Data to/from a Personal Computer-USB Cable Not Included), MIDI In/Out
- Sustain Pedal: SP-3 (Included)
- Speakers: 2 Speakers--16cm x 8cm, oval
- AC Adapter: AD-12 (which is included)
Reviewed by 4 customers
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It is smaller and more portable than an upright. Never needs tuning. My children love it. Volume is perfect for parents! If you are looking to use the smartcard feature, they are difficult to find. Casio has discontinued this model. Get 'em while their hot and inexpensive.
Being a musician myself, I bought this to spark some musical interest in my daughter's eyes. I'm picky about quality and this purchase just amazed me. The overall sound and quality of this item is unbelievable. Playing it leads you to believe you are either playing nothing less than a real piano or one of the very expensive digital nature. For the money, for the quality, for the love of all that is holy......buy this thing now before they realize that they could be getting a thousand dollars more for this piano. Thumbs and toes up!!
Although the volume is not real loud, its a really nice paino. I love to nice sample sound it has and the weighted keys are really good. It feels like a real paino. The volume is not a big deal because I'm using it through a PA system. It has a nice mix up of sounds. Also the computer software is easy to use. The mic and stand are also really nice with a good sound.
I've owned this keyboard for almost a year and it's great the all the sounds are so realistic you can't find anything much better. Also the price is great especially now with the free mic thrown in. When I bought it was a hundred dollars more and did not come with the mic. This keyboard is defintely professional quality. However don't expect to much from the mic feature I've tried using my mic with it and it leaves alot to be desired you'll defintely want to amplify the mic with something else if you plan to use it at gigs. Also i felt certain sounds were lacking in the organ department really but other than those 2 complaints this keyboard is awesome.