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Casio CTK-7200 61-Note Portable Keyboard

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The CTK-7200 is ideal for all ambitious music lovers: It inspires creative music making and music production with its 61 piano-style keys, 260 rhythm...Click To Read More About This Product

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61-note portable keyboard with Pattern Sequencer and audio inputs for recording.

The CTK-7200 is ideal for all ambitious music lovers: It inspires creative music making and music production with its 61 piano-style keys, 260 rhythms and 820 tones, plus a pattern sequencer and rhythm editor and pitch bend wheel. Naturally, the extensive features also include an audio input to connect a CD or MP3 player. This features lets you listen to your favorite tunes through the keyboard speakers in Playback mode and play along on the keyboard. The CTK-7200 really gets your creative juices flowing!

Song Sequencer
17-track Song Sequencer (16 tracks + 1 sytem track) acts as a multi-track recorder, so you can use it for real-time recording of your keyboard play. 17 tracks mean that you can perform multi-track recording to layer bass,guitar, piano, and other instruments onto a drum part and build to a final song. Both real-time and step recording are supported.Completed recordings can be converted to SMF (Standard MIDI File) format and stored to an SD memory card.

Pattern Sequencer
Up to eight tracks (drum, percussion, bass, chord 1 through chord 5) can be edited to create original accompaniment patterns (INTRO, NORMAL, NORMAL FILL-IN, VARIATION, VARIATION FILL-IN). In addition to recording over each individual accompaniment part of an existing rhythm, and event editing function gives you total control over each aspect of recorded data, an Easy Edit function lets you combine accompaniment from multiple built-in rhythms to create original rhythms, and mixer capabilities give you control over the tones, volume levels, reverb, and other parameters of each part.

A full selection of editing tools include event insert, event delete, event copy, quantize, and more. Memory is provided for storage of up to 100 different user rhythms, which can be recalled with the touch of a key.

Audio Recording / MIC IN & INST IN
Normal keyboard play, Auto Accompaniment,Song Sequencer play, INST IN terminal input,MIC IN terminal input and other audio can be recorded to an SD memory card as digital audio data. While playing back a song you created with the Song Sequencer, you can play along with on a guitar or other instrument, orinput vocal with a microphone.

Saved audio files can also be transferred to a computer connected via USB for long-term storage. Special Data Manager 6.1 application software, downloadable from the URL shown below, can be used to convert data to WAV format, which can be played back on a computer.
All of this greatly simplifies the task of creating original demo recordings.

Drawbar Organ Function
The keyboard comes with 50 specially selected built-in drawbar organ tones. Nine sliders can be used to change harmonic overtone level settings and add percussion and click sounds for real-time sound creation as you play. A rotary speaker simulated using a built-in DSP provides the distinctive acoustic effect of drawbar organ speakers. Parameters can be edited to create original "user drawbar organ tones," 50 of which can be stored in memory for later recall.

Tone Editor
The attack time, release time, cutoff,vibrato, reverb/chorus, DSP and other parameters of a built-in tone can be adjusted and edited. You can save the result as your own unique"user tone" that will be available for instant recall whenever you need it during live performances. A TONEEDITOR button provides instant access to the editing mode.

Multiple Digital Effects
Built-in effects include reverb (10 types),chorus (5 types), and DSP (100 preset DSPs).By adjusting the parameters of the DSP effect types, you can create original effects and store up to 100 original types in memory for later recall.

SD Memory Card Slot
Song sequencer, pattern sequencer, tone editor, and other data can be saved to an SD or SDHC memory card. An Audio Record function can be used to record digital audio data. SMF (Standard MIDI File) data stored on an SD or SDHC memory card can be played back on the digital keyboard.

820 Built-in Tones and 100 User Tones
The AHL sound source delivers a lineup of 820 different built-in tones. You also can store up to 100 of your own original tones for instant recall whenever you need them.

260 Preset Rhythms and Auto Accompaniment
A total of 260 preset rhythms cover a wide range of musical genres, from rock and pops, to jazz, Latin, piano pieces, and more. Simply select the built-in rhythm you want and Auto Accompaniment provides you with backup that is the next best thing to having a professional band at your disposal.

  • 820 built-in tones, 100 user tones
  • 260 preset rhythms and Auto Accompaniment
  • 17-track Song Sequencer with support for recording up to five songs
  • Pattern Sequencer, edit up to 8 separate drum tracks for original patterns
  • Audio recording with mic and instrument inputs
  • Drawbar Organ Function with nine sliders and 50 built-in organ tones
  • 32-channel internal mixer with volume, pan, reverb send and other parameter controls
  • Built-in effects include reverb, chorus, and DSP
  • Tone Editor adjusts attack time, release time, reverb, and other parameters
  • SD card slot allows data to be saved to an SD or SDHC memory card
  • USB port provides easy computer and MIDI send/receive connection
  • Piano-style keyboard and Touch Response
  • High-output 2-Way Bass Reflex speakers
  • Sustain pedal sold separately

Casio portable digital pianos provide playability just about anytime, anywhere.

  • : 61 keys (Piano-style)
    • : 2 sensitivity levels, Off
      • : AHL(Dual-element)
        • : 64
        • : 820 built-in tones including 50 drawbar organ tones (100 user tones)
          • : Layer, Split(variable split point)
          Digital Effects
          • Reverb: 10types
          • Chorus: 5 types (simultaneous use with DSP not supported.)
          • DSP: 100 preset, 100 user (simultaneous use with Chorus not supported.)
          • EQ(Equalizer): 5(Off, Soft, Bright, B.Boost, Powerful)
          • Auto Harmonize: 12
          • Arpeggiator: 150
          • 260 built-in rhythms (100 user rhythms)
          Auto Accompaniment
          • Modes: CASIO Chord, Fingered 1, Fingered 2 (6th off), Fingered 3 (on bass), Full Range Chord
          • Controllers: Start/Stop, Intro, Normal/Fill-in, Variation/Fill-in, Synchro/Ending
          Built-in Songs
          • : 5 (demo tunes)
          • : Beats: 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (Tempo range: quarter note = 30 to 255)
          • : Song sequencer: 16 multi tracks + 1 System Track, 5 songs, approximately 12,000 total notes (real-time recording, step recording, song edit, track edit,event edit)
          Other Functions
          • Audio recording/playback: 5 files maximum (Approximately 13 minutes of recording per file)
          • Mixer: 32 channels + EXT IN (INST IN, MIC IN), 9-slider operation
          • Pattern sequencer: real-time recording, step recording, quantize, Easy Edit, Event Editor, part parameters (100 user rhythms)
          • Drawbar organ: 9 drawbars/50 built-in tones/50 user tones
          • Tone editor (100 user tones)
          • Registrations: 96 setups (6 sets x 16 banks)
          • Music preset: 305 preset with chord progression, chord edit (100 user presets)
          • One-touch preset: 260 presets
          • Temperaments (scales): Preset scale (Equal temperament + 16 types)/scale fine tune
          • Octave shift: ±2 octaves
          • Rhythm/song controller
          • Pitch bend wheel : 0 to 24 semitones
          • Modulation button
          • Sliders (9 sliders used for drawbar organ and mixer)
          • Large Dial
          Key Transpose
          • : ±1 (-12 to +12 semitones)
          Tuning Control
          • : A4 = 415.5 - 440.0 - 465.9 Hz
          • : Standard jack (sustain, soft, sostenuto, start/stop)
            • : LCD with backlight
            SD Memory Card Slot
            • Supported memory cards: From 2GB up to 32GB SD memory cards or SDHC memory cards
            • Functions: SMF playback (up to 320KB per file), file save/load/delete, card format
            • Save/load: Registrations, user rhythms, user tones, user drawbar organ tones, user DSPs, user music presets, song sequencer songs, audio recording files
            • GM Compatibility: Level1
            • Terminals: USB
            • 12cm x 2 + 3cm x 2, bass-reflex system, speaker on/off
            Amp Output
            • : 6W+6W
            Input/Output Terminals
            • Mic in
            • Inst in
            • Audio in
            • Line output (L/MONO, R)
            • Headphones (standard stereo jack)
            • Sustain/assignable
            • USB: type B
            • External power (12V DC)
            • * USB cable (A-B type) required to use USB terminal for computer connection.
            Power Requirements
            • Batteries: D-sizex6/AC adaptor: AD-A12150LW
            Dimensions (W x D x H)
            • 948 x 384 x 122mm
            • * Excluding music stand, and other projections
            • 6.7kg (Excluding batteries)
            Included Accessories
            • Music stand, AC adaptor

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            CasioCTK-7200 61-Note Portable Keyboard

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            of respondents would recommend this to a friend.


            • Good audio (4)
            • Portable (4)
            • Responsive / good action (4)
            • Easy to use (3)
            • Touch sensitive keys (3)


            No Cons

            Best Uses

            • Accompaniment (3)

            Reviewed by 4 customers

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            (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)


            Casio CTK 7200

            By pewdiepie

            from NY, NY

            About Me Professional Musician


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


              Best Uses

              • Accompaniment
              • Concerts
              • Electronic Music

              Comments about Casio CTK-7200 61-Note Portable Keyboard:

              I would recommend this synth to anyone. For several reasons. Portability. Good sound selection and arpeggio patterns. Decent drum sounds. Good usable electric piano sound (Piano-Synth). Acoustic piano OK but could get better of course. And for the price, you can go out and gig with it in dive bars go out afterward and tie one on and not worry about dinging it around by 3-4 AM when you get home. U can do pro gigs with it. Dont matter. Only thing is Ive played about 5 of them to death. They wont last more than a year or two depending on how much ror what kind of player you are. But for the price you just get another!

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


              Versatile but complicated

              By King Man

              from Middle Tennessee

              About Me Novice

              Verified Buyer


              • Portable
              • Pre-programmed music
              • Realistic Sound
              • Responsive / Good Action


              • Difficult to Use
              • Poor Instructions

              Best Uses

              • Accompaniment
              • Learning

              Comments about Casio CTK-7200 61-Note Portable Keyboard:

              It seems to do what Casio said it would do (I had emailed Casio concerning the accompaniment features that I wanted and they recommended this model) but I'm still learning it.
              Overall, I like it...light weight, versatile, very good value for its incredible capabilities.
              My negative comment is the manual does a poor job explaining procedures. If it weren't for a YouTube video, I would not have been able to use it as desired.

              (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


              I would buy this product again.

              By Halffast Fred

              from Manns Harbor, NC

              About Me Experienced

              Verified Buyer


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


                Best Uses

                • Accompaniment
                • Learning
                • Travel

                Comments about Casio CTK-7200 61-Note Portable Keyboard:

                Very Pleased. Price was MUCH less than elsewhere.

                (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


                This is a really nice lightweight instrument

                By Lar

                from Florida

                About Me Experienced


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


                • Built in speakers not too good, use a sound bar.
                • Too many foreign rhythms & not enough American

                Best Uses

                • Making the tour of nursing homes

                Comments about Casio CTK-7200 61-Note Portable Keyboard:

                I have a number of ensemble instruments and several of the old Technics (including my good old KN7000), Most a heavy to lug around and I don't want to risk damage. I purchased this little Casio model several years ago, to carry around to local nursing homes. I really enjoy playing this little guy, but I do use a small sound bar to get a richer sound. The built-in speakers are OK, but favor the treble side of the sound spectrum. Managing the additions to the built in sounds is a little tricky if you are used to great sounds (from the buttons of a KN7000) or obtained directly from a Korg or Yamaha instruments.

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