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Casio PX-700 Privia Digital Piano
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The Casio PX-700 Privia Digital Piano is designed to make a classy sonic and visual statement. The stereo-sampled piano sound, speaker system, pull-o...Click To Read More About This Product
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A compact digital piano designed to fit any decor and supply gorgeous sounds.
The Casio PX-700 Privia Digital Piano is designed to make a classy sonic and visual statement. The stereo-sampled piano sound, speaker system, pull-out keyboard cover, stand with three pedals, and the proven Privia hammer-action keyboard give you convincing piano feel and sound. It has the advanced ZPI tri-element sound engine, 88 keys with three levels of touch sensitivity, 32-note polyphony, 11 tones, split and layer functions, eight effects, 60 songs with lesson function, 2-track song memory, tuning and transpose functions, a metronome, MIDI I/O, dual headphone jacks. Includes AC adapter.
- 88 keys with hammer action
- 32-note polyphony
- 3 levels of touch sensitivity
- 11 tones (grand piano 1 & 2, elecric piano 1 & 2, harpsichord, vibraphone, pipe organ, strings, acoustic bass, ride acoustic bass)
- Stereo-sampled piano tones
- ZPI tri-element sound engine
- Split and layer function
- Auto-harmonize function
- 8 digital effects/reverbs
- 60 songs
- Lesson Function
- 2 track song memory
- Tuning and transpose function
- 3 pedals
- Keyboard cover
- 2 headphone jacks
- MIDI I/O
- Dual 4-3/4" speakers
- Includes AD-12 AC adapter
Reviewed by 6 customers
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Overall, this seems to be a good piano for the price. The size and overall look make this a nice piece of furniture compared to many more expensive electric pianos. The sound is slightly "sampled" sounding, but the feel is pretty good.I did have a problem with a "broken key" within the first few days. I couldn't bear the thought of trying to return it or get it fixed, so I took off the back and found that the "weight" had slipped out of the key. By gently lifting the weight and pushing it gently towards the front until it snaps back into place.
Great keyboard, especially for the price. Best action of any that I've played- very similar to a real piano. Not a lot of extra features and only a few voices, but outside that, I've had nothing but success with it.
I have always wanted to play the piano so I figured I would start with this one because of the reasonable price and the features. I did not know what to expect as far as looks go, but once I assembled it I was blown away. I wanted something that looked more like a piano than a keyboard with cheap speakers on top. This casio really fit the bill. The only negative things I can mention is that the pedals feel kinda cheap. I feel like i could snap them if I wore shoes. This is partly because it is not flush with the ground for some reason. The second complaint is that the keys are a little noisy. I play to slow to notice, but my roommate is a brilliant pianist so when he played faster pieces on it I could definitely hear the keys much more than I should. This did not stop my roommate from complimenting it many times. Overall I would say this is an amazing piano for rookies and cheap musicians alike.
The Privia series are a suprise. Because usually Casio stuff is total crap. But after going to a local soter and trying out all of the keyboards, as cheap as 100 bucks up to the 10k Oasys keyboard, the Privias had the nicest action. I am convinced that Privias have the best and most realistic and expressive action ever made, besides perhaps the old EP's that actually used wooden, hammer action-driven keys.This thing looks so sexy it's not even funny. Most privias look ugly, but this one is simply so classy. Simplicity and sleek, wooden design: amazing.I bought this simply as a midi controller. I love the action to death. But it has some nice sounds on it too! Even though I'm still going to buy a nice piano vsti, the piano sounds are actually quite good! The hammond organ and string sounds are great too. The Vibes are pretty good.Overall, in my opinion this is the best stage piano EVER. Of course it is meant only for piano; it has no wheels or assingable faders, aftertouch etc etc. So I bought an Axiom to cover that stuff. Together, they form the ultimate midi expirience, for a very cheap price.I would greatly consider getting this.
After playing mine daily for 6 months, I feel I can seriously recommend it. No bells and whistles, but everything you could wish from good digital piano, first class sound and relatively noise-free keyboard especially (I think all digitals have noisy keyboards). This one holds it's own against top of the line Yamahas I tried. My favorite piano sound setting - layered piano 1 and 2, heavy touch, highest resonance and slignt chorus added. Enjoy, especially with good headphones
The Casio PX-700 is a nice instrument. Its sound is deep, has enough volume to fill a room, but not exactly for recitals. Its keyboard is nice with its synthetic weighted-hammer-style response, but feels tight when compared to a Mason & Hamlin grand piano. The response can be very good for strength training and rehearsals. I really appreciated the built-in pedals which don't creep away from you during performance and its deep sound, but it lacks in voices when compared to a synth. Its construction is durable, and is among the best I tried in this price range. Overall, I'd reccommend it to an aspiring pianist of any style, but not as much to an aspiring keyboardist, as it lacks in synth voices.