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Casio WK-3200 76-Key Portable Keyboard
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The Casio WK-3200 76-Key Portable Keyboard has it all: 76 touch-sensitive keys, 824 pristine ZPI tones, 32-note polyphony, and 160 rhythms. Your pale...Click To Read More About This Product
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Packed with features out of the box, and IDES expansion provides much more!
The Casio WK-3200 76-Key Portable Keyboard has it all: 76 touch-sensitive keys, 824 pristine ZPI tones, 32-note polyphony, and 160 rhythms. Your palette for creating and teaching music is virtually without limits. IDES software lets you access even more tones, DSP settings, songs, rhythms, and more via Casio's website. 242 DSP effects including 16 reverb and 16 chorus, synthesizer function, MIDI I/O, tune and transpose function, backlit LCD, SmartMedia slot, and 4MB Flash ROM make this keyboard an amazing value for its price!
- 76 touch-responsive keys
- 824 ZPI tones (600 preset/224 user)
- 176 rhythms
- Pitch bend wheel
- SmartMedia slot
- 4MB Flash ROM
- IDES application software (CD-ROM)
- 50 drawbar organ sounds (+100 User)
- ZPI Sound Source
- 32-note polyphony
- Split and layer function
- Piano Setting function
- 242 digital effects
- One-touch presets (160 + 16)
- 4MB Flash ROM
- Registration memory (4x8 settings)
- Synthesizer function
- Song memory (5 songs, 6 tracks, realtime recording up to 10,000 notes)
- 3 demo songs
- Backlit LCD
- Tune and transpose function
- General MIDI
- Terminals: phones/audio out, pedal input, MIDI-in/out, line out
- Speakers: 2 x 4-3/4" bass-reflex speakers, 2 x 2" tweeters (2 x 6W stereo)
- 48-1/10"W x 6-1/4"H x 16-1/2"D
- 22 lbs.
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Let me get this out right now.....I would have paid the price of this unit for half of what this keyboard is capable of. I am an aspiring keyboardist for the past 2 years. Up until my purchase of the WK-3200, I had been playing a CTK-551 which was a decent keyboard/tool for my early-stage growth (in fact it had a couple of very usable tones...i.e. main piano, some strings, etc.), however, I had recently seen the new WK series online and decided that this would be the next logical step for an affordable unit that would grow with me. Well, I'm am quite "floored" with what this keyboard is capable of! Foremost, the tones on this model are far ahead of what I had been getting from the CTK model. What I've already read in other reviews seems to be quite accurate....Pianos are very nice (though not quite as nice as expected---but super usable)....Synth sounds are lush and airy....Brass and Woodwinds are realistic enough---especially the "Breathy" saxes and flutes.....Strings are good to very good....Organs are pretty incredible, and Percussion sounds are nice, especially bongos, congas and bells and blocks. Now, to be honest, I've only had the unit for 5 days, so I can't really comment on most of its functions and capabilities....what I can say though is that I have been having a good time so far exploring the tones and song memory/recording function....although as with any keyboard in this price range, there are a fair share of tones that certainly could have been left off. But what I have enjoyed most is using the song memory. In the past five days I have actually learned some music theory just by laying down a rhythm track and then layering other rhythms and melodies over it using the other available recording tracks....very cool. In conclusion, I would certainly recommend the WK series to the aspiring/intermediate keyboardist, however, this is NOT a toy....at the very least it is a "semi-professional" instrument that I would probably not recommend for younger children....the CTK and "lighted-keys" models would better suit children. Lastly, my only slight complaint thus far is the limited song memory space (only 5 songs), however, the unit accepts a SmartMedia card that is capable of memory of up to 200 songs.....obviously my next purchase! Enjoy, Jeff
Plenty of tones intergrated, the sound is very clear and crisp. The only bad part is that it does not show the record feature so You will have to really read the manual to figure out how to record a song. Not a bad product for the price.
This keyboard/workstation does most of the work boards costing several hundred dollars more will do. Great sounds, good selection of rhythms that can be modified using the on-board mixer, realistic drawbar organ, loads of effects that can be heavily modified to suit almost any taste & a fully functional real-time/step sequencer. There is a lot more it can do, so get one & find out what this beastie is capable of! Excellent value!
Bought it to use as cheap rehearsal keyboard - Regular keyboard rig died, pressed this into emergency service for a gig two years ago. I've been using this to gig with ever since. As good as a 2grand Yamaha or Kurzweil? Of course not - but I won't commit suicide if some drunk smashes it, either. More than passable piano, strings and organ tones. Feel is cheap/plastic, but can't beat the sounds for the price. It's held up to two years of heavy gigging, with nary a problem.
The sound chip puts out great sound. It has a lot of features found on more expensive models. I would like to see a feature that allows you to store standard MIDI (SMF0) files that can be played elsewhere. Also, this model would benefit from an improved key action. I love the Smartmedia slot which is the main reason I decided to buy this model. It's relatively light weight will not break your back when transporting it to a gig.
Casio has really wowed me with this keyboard. It has everything you could want: some nice piano tones (acoustic and electric), a suprisingly accurate drawbar organ section, user-friendly display functions, etc...What is so great about this board is that everything is modifiable. You can adjust the parameters on every tone and effect. I was able to create a decent Fender Rhodes tone by adding a little lo-fi distortion to one of the EPs. I messed around with the synth tones, added my own edited effects, and came up with some really psychdelic stuff. On the drawbar organ section you can control the digital drawbars, add overdrive, and even adjust the "Leslie" rates. Don't be concerned about the lack of a modulation wheel, it has a button instead which is all you need to control the fast/slow organ speeds. On everything else it adds a touch of vibrato which you can edit to suit your taste. You can also change the range of the pitch bend to go up to one octave instead of the 2 half step default.Overall this keyboard has an excellent value; should be worth more than just 300 bucks, and it really beats any Yamaha that costs twice as much as this Casio. I will be satisfied with this thing for a long time.
An outstanding keyboard. The sounds are quite good, not your usual 1 nice piano preset portable. There are many nice sounds covering a wide variety of tastes. The rhythms are very good as well. The touch sensitivity allows for much better expression of dynamics than one would expect at this price range. After testing several other portables from different manufacturers, this instruments was the most impressive. I would even use it for professional recordings, the sounds were that good. Way to go Casio!
I brought this keyboard after buying the Yamaha PSR-293. This keyboard is a lot better, as a matter of fact, it's a real workstation. Very easy to operate,lots of great tones, and sequencer that allows to lay your tracks down, edit, add effects and download to your computer. If you have a home studio and you are looking for a low-price workstation that does alot of the things that the big boys do, then buy this! This keyboard even shows you the notes that are being played and it teaches you how to play piano!This keyboard is also midi! Casio has done a great job with this one. The price is out of sight! Buy this today and start recording your Hit Record!
I bought this keybaord because I needed some accompaniments while I sing. GREAT piano, stings, vibes, marimba, breathy sax, trumpet, flute. I play a variety of music and the accompaniments like swing, great latin beats, and combos. Nice strings. It is easy to use and play along to. I don't like the cheap keys and unweightedness, but this is my main baord now. I use it for cocktail hours and ALL of my gigs,,,