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Open-Box Casio Privia PX-860 Digital Console Piano

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One of the top models in the PRIVIA line, the PX-860 implements Casio's AiR technology allowing this compact piano to perform at its maximum potentia...Click To Read More About This Product

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(Open Box) The perfect sound in a compact piano.

One of the top models in the PRIVIA line, the PX-860 implements Casio's AiR technology allowing this compact piano to perform at its maximum potential. The PX-860 features 88 tri-sensor hammer action keybed with simulated ebony and ivory keys for a realistic playing experience. With a maximum of 256 notes of polyphony and Casio’s Multi-dimensional Morphing AiR sound source, the PX-860 has a sound that’s all its own. You’ll appreciate all of the subtleties of the sound as it turns your home into a concert hall.

Multi-dimensional Morphing AiR Sound Source
The characteristics of CASIO’s newly developed Multi-dimensional Morphing AiR* Sound Source reflect thorough attention to detail in expressing the rich, resonating tones inherent to the piano. The capacity of the installed memory has been expanded to achieve a longer sampling duration and enhanced waveform data quality. The temporal changes in tone that create sound you would expect only from a piano, beginning with the initial sound and leading into a beautiful extension until the sound eventually vanishes, are reproduced naturally.

Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II
The difference between the sound structures of a grand piano and a digital piano appears as a difference in timing, from the moment the instrument is played until the sound is audible. The new Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II responds by incorporating a system with three sensors that detect touches of the keys sequentially.

Simulated Ebony and Ivory Keys
The Simulated ebony and ivory keys offers the luxurious feel and texture as well as the smooth touch of a grand piano keyboard. The minutely detailed crimp surface finish inhibits finger slippage due to sweat and gives the sensation of a perfect fingertip fit, even when playing for extended periods.

Lid Simulator
The sound volume and quality change when the lid on a grand piano is raised or lowered. The Lid Simulator reproduces the same acoustic effects for enhanced enjoyment with a digital piano. The acoustic effects of opening and closing the lid are simulated in fine detail. The piano sound you are seeking as you play is always available for your enjoyment by selecting the degree to which the lid is raised or lowered.

String Resonance
The sound produced by an acoustic piano is not only the sound associated with the keys that are struck. Other strings with frequencies closely associated with those producing the sounds resonate as well, adding their sound to give the music a uniquely rich resonance. In ordinary digital pianos, this string resonance effect is reproduced virtually with strings. The Multi-dimensional Morphing AiR sound source takes a different approach, however, by adopting a “string resonance” system incorporating a stereo resonance simulator for all 88 keys. The resonance of the 88 keys is reproduced completely and naturally. The resonance realized by playing a single tone is differentiated from that realized by playing a chord to reproduce the resulting variations in resonance in a natural manner. This even enables players to achieve varying resonances, controlling them at will by the strength of their touch, and thus to realize performances with the unique expressiveness of an acoustic piano.

Key Off Simulator
The lengths of the reverberations and expressions a piano produces vary depending on the speed at which players release their fingers after touching the keys. The new keyboard system incorporates a Key Off Simulator that reproduces these nuances resulting from key release naturally. Authentic reverberations that feel just like those of a grand piano are expressed as a result.

Damper Resonance
The deep, beautiful resonance resulting from the use of a damper pedal is also reproduced naturally by a stereo resonance simulator installed on all 88 keys, an approach that differs from conventional simulated reproduction employing effect processing. The attention to detail goes so far as to simulate the resonance created by the lifting of the dampers themselves when the pedal is pressed. A continuously variable system has been adopted for the damper pedal, moreover, reproducing even the subtle changes in reverberation that occur in response to the delicate pressure exerted by partial pedal operation. This enables players to employ pedal operation to achieve gracefully expressive performances.

Hall Simulator
The Hall Simulator function simulates the differing acoustic characteristics of world-famous concert halls, from pure reverberation with outstanding tonal transparency to free-spirited, dazzling reverberation. An advanced equalizing system assures the pianist’s full enjoyment of vital piano sound.

FEATURES
Keyboard
Number of keys: 88 Key
Action: Hammer action
Key size: Full
Aftertouch / Velocity: Velocity Sensitive
Key Type: Piano-style
Sounds
Number of voices: 18
Polyphony (max): 256-note
Layers: Yes
Split: Yes
Connectivity
AUX input: No
MIDI Connectivity: MIDI over USB
Line output: Yes
Line input: No
USB Connectivity: Yes
Headphone jacks: 2
Pedal inputs: 3
Storage type: Not applicable
Expandability available: No
Onboard Features
Recording/Playback Both
Accompaniment styles: Not applicable
Preset songs: 70
Display: None
Effects: Yes
Built-in speakers: Yes
Pitch bend/Modulation: Not applicable
Other controls: Not applicable
Effects
Reverb: Yes
Chorus: Yes
Delay: No
Equalizer: No
Arpeggio: No
Other: No
Other
Width: 53" (1,367mm)
Height: 33" (837mm)
Depth: 12" (299mm)
Weight: 78 lb.
Power adapter: Included
Batteries: Not applicable
Stand or bench included: Stand

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CasioPrivia PX-860 Digital Console Piano
 
4.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (3)
  • Good audio (3)
  • Responsive / good action (3)

Cons

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5.0

Well-designed, well-engineered

By mrat

from huntsville, al.

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Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Excellent Simulation
  • Excellent Value
  • Realistic Sound
  • Responsive / Good Action
  • Touch Sensitive Keys

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Accompaniment
    • Home studio
    • Learning

    Comments about Casio Privia PX-860 Digital Console Piano:

    Quality: I am an experienced multi-instrumentalist and acoustic recording technician since 1980s. Tonality was my primary concern. I am not disappointed by the PX860. It has 5 high-end piano voices that have endless tweakability for tonality. I find that the default sounds + reverb are excellent, and I tend to leave them alone. While the default grand piano sound is great and the most technologically-developed voice, I was more interested in the darker more subdued sounds provided by the "Classic" and "Mellow" piano voices. They are subtle and wonderful.--like the piano in the old practice room at college.

    Fit and Finish: For the price, Casio makes this piano look good. Clearly most of the price goes into the actual piano module and pedals, not the stand itself. However, (in black) it has a satin finish with simulated wood grain on the top pieces. Though my box arrived from UPS a little weather-worn, Casio engineered an excellent packaging system. The contents were individually-wrapped and pristine.

    Feel: The keys are very nice--an excellent simulation of a real piano both in weight and key surfaces.

    Value: for the price-point, I think Casio is trying to compete with the Yamaha Arius line, and possibly stepping up to the V-Piano (technologically). Casio has likely maxed-out the the engineering potential of this device at this price point. I'm impressed. Incredible value here.

    Assembly: One person can (with care and muscle) assemble this piano. Two-person assembly is safer. While stable with the anti-tip feet extended, one cannot beat the heck out of this piano as if it were an 800-pounder. Physics folks! It's only 78 pounds assembled.

     
    5.0

    Excellent piano, I bought it for kids!

    By Ram

    from Katy,TX

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    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Realistic Sound
    • Responsive / Good Action

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Accompaniment
      • Concerts
      • Electronic Music
      • Learning
      • MIDI

      Comments about Casio Privia PX-860 Digital Console Piano:

      Excellent piano, I bought it for kids! It feels like a acoustic piano.

       
      4.0

      Good for the price

      By MacP

      from Asheville, NC

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      Pros

      • Easy to Use
      • Pre-programmed music
      • Realistic Sound
      • Responsive / Good Action
      • Touch Sensitive Keys

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Casio Privia PX-860 Digital Console Piano:

          A little thin sounding, but still a good acoustic piano sound, especially for the price. Better with a subwoofer.

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