Casio Privia PX160 - Reviews, Prices, Specs and Alternatives

Casio Privia PX160

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The PX160 can be considered a classic among electric pianos. Reasonably priced, it offers several enhancements and sound improvements in order to provide great sound. This model would be a great choic... Read full review
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  • This bundle includes:
  • Casio Privia PX160BK 88-Key Full Size Digital Piano
  • Casio ARBENCH X-Style Adjustable Padded Keyboard Bench
  • Behringer HPS3000 Studio Headphones
  • Casio SP-3 Sustain Pedal
  • On Stage Classic Single-X Keyboard Stand
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24 lbs
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  • 24 lbs - Gold, Digital Piano
  • 24 lbs - Black, Digital Piano
12 inches x 4.3 ft x 5.6 inches
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  • 12 inches x 4.3 ft x 5.6 inches - Gold, Digital Piano
  • 12 inches x 4.3 ft x 5.6 inches - Black, Digital Piano
1 year parts and labor.
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Key features
  • Speaker system (2 x 8 watts)
  • 18 authentic piano tones
  • Multi-dimensional AiR sound generation
  • Line-out slot

Casio Privia PX160 is a top selling option on the lower end of the price range. It's a #1 bestseller in digital pianos category and has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Yamaha P71 or Anself Classic 88 Keys .

Casio Privia PX160 is $360.99 cheaper than the average digital piano ($759.99).

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Can a Privia PX160 fit on an older 130 stand
Related: Casio CDP-130, Casio Privia PX160, Digital Pianos | Submitted by anonymous 522 days ago

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How does the realism of sound and key feel differ between the Korg C1 Air Concert Series and the Kawai KDP 90 - thanks! PS I"m a beginner with some musical experience, can sight read but my wife plays and insists on a digital piano with as accurate acoustinc feel as possible. Any further suggestions within a £1100-1400 budget welcome. Cheers Jon
Related: Korg G1 Air, Korg LP380, Digital Pianos | Submitted by Jon 285 days ago

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my budget is $700.00
Related: Yamaha Arius YDP Series, Williams Overture 2, Digital Pianos | Submitted by Triumphant Endtime Ministries 379 days ago

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Related: Alesis Coda Pro, Artesia PA-88H, Digital Pianos | Submitted by carmen 407 days ago

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Is YDP 140 worth buying for $500?
Related: Yamaha Arius YDP Series, Digital Pianos | Submitted by anonymous 413 days ago

The YDP 140 is a great digital piano from a top tier company, but that's less than 1/2 the price. I would wonder what's wrong with it to be discounted so heavily.

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I'm looking at used digital pianos in my local music store. I wanted something with weighted keys, 88 keys, and portable (wanted an acoustic piano feeling, may use it for gigs). I found Casio CDP-100 on sale for $200 and Yamaha P-115 for $500, both in great conditions. Yamaha P-115 seemed like a much better product, but then would it be worth to pay that much more for it when I can get Casio CDP-100 for $200? Any advice?
Related: Digital Pianos | Submitted by anonymous 441 days ago

My gut reaction is: Definately go with the Yamaha. However, Casio pianos have been getting a lot better recently. If fact, I'm here because I just bought a Casio PX860 instead of a Yamaha P-115. The fit and finish of a keyboard seems less important at first, but an instrument that "feels" high quality will make you want to play it more (that's why I chose the PX860 actually).
But between the CDP-100 and P-115, I'd take the Yamaha.

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