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Casio Privia PX-830 Digital Piano   

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The Casio Privia PX-830 features fresh grand piano samples and an œivory touch, tri-sensor, 88-note, scaled hammer action keyboard, along with outst...Read More

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An affordable 88-key, scaled hammer-action keyboard with grand piano sound in an elegant console.

The Casio Privia PX-830 features fresh grand piano samples and an œivory touch, tri-sensor, 88-note, scaled hammer action keyboard, along with outstanding sound and presence.The Casio PX-830 piano provides an exceptional degree of realism and expression. Built-in to Casio' proprietary Linear Morphing System are four vibrant layers of stereo piano samples which create an amazing grand piano sound with flowing transitions and an excellent dynamic range. Providing additional realism, the Casio Privia replicates the sound of the open strings when the dampers are raised by the pedal using the Acoustic Resonance DSP feature. These features along with 128-note polyphony, the ability to layer sound, dual 20W speaker system, and the ability to use the damper pedal without the concern of dropped notes gives you the grand piano experience at an exceptional value.Superior engineering, matte finished keys, scaled hammer action providing the weight, feel, and resistance expected in an acoustic grand piano combine with the slim, elegantly designed console cabinet to result in a digital piano that will provide exceptional musical enjoyment for years to come.

  • Keyboard:
  • 88 keys, weighted, scaled hammer action, tri-sensor keys, ivory touch
  • Touch response: 3 sensitivity levels/off
  • Sound source: 4 level stereo samples, linear morphing system
  • Acoustic resonance: yes
  • Polyphony (max): 128
  • Tones: 16
  • General MIDI compatible: yes
  • Reverb: 4 types
  • Chorus: 4 types
  • Brilliance: yes
  • Layer/Split: yes
  • Registration memory: yes
  • Duet mode: yes
  • Preset songs: 60
  • Metronome: Beats: 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6; Tempo range: 20 to 255
  • Transpose: 25 Steps -12 / +12 semi tones
  • Tuning control: A4=440Hz +/- 99 cents (variable)
  • Temperament: equal temperament + 16 scales
  • Recorder: 2 tracks / 1 song
  • USB storage (to PC): yes
  • SD memory card storage: yes
  • Display: backlit LCD
  • SD memory card storage: yes
  • Speakers: 4.7" x 2"
  • Amplifier: 20W + 20W
  • Terminals:
  • Line out: 2
  • USB
  • Pedals: damper, soft, sostenuto
  • Headphones: 2
  • Included accessories:
  • AC adaptor: AD-24
  • Pedals (damper, soft, sostenuto)
  • Music stand


Privia PX-830 Digital Piano

  • Dimensions and weight:
    Dimensions (with stand): 35.2" H x 54" W x 14.3" D
    Weight (with stand): 73.9 lb.

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Complete satisfaction

By sac

from pittsburgh

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


  • No instructions included
  • Poor Instructions

Best Uses

  • Accompaniment
  • Chamber Music
  • Concerts
  • Electronic Music
  • Learning
  • MIDI
  • School Bands

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A no nonsense piano experience

By Christi Richard

from Dallas, Texas

Comments about Casio Privia PX-830 Digital Piano:

I was originally drawn to the Casio PX830 as a backup keyboard to my Yamaha YDP140, and I soon found that the Casio had more features, better polyphony, and for the investment, was an equally brilliant instrument for home practice and performance. The midi-card recorder alongside its built in USB cable output put Casio in first place as far as value, and the sound is equal to the YDP 140, absent of the name brand markup. The PX830 is packed with functional features, as well, although they're not quite as user friendly as the Yamaha. That is, you will have to read the instruction manual to fully unlock its potential, but it's perfect for someone who wants a meat-and-potatoes piano experience from a simple flip of the switch. I actually found the hidden features to be a bit of a bonus, as I don't find that I drift from distraction and can focus on pure practice, as with an upright acoustic. The speakers are on par with Yamaha, and with the use of headphones, it?s obvious that the default grand piano sound samples on the Casio are richer and deeper than its steadfast competitor of the approximate entry price. While it does not include a matching piano bench, this allows the user to purchase a well fitted piano bench to their taste and style. To augment the lack of included bench, the Casio PX830 has a handsome, modern appearance that will compliment any living room or den with a proprietary keyboard cover that perfectly matches the digital piano. It's just a nice little investment, and I'm very pleased.

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