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$499
Popularity: 96 / 100
Color:
Gold
Black
Brand: Casio
  • Thanks to the new speaker system (2 x 8 watts) for maximum hearing pleasure when playing alone at home and the new line-out slot for simple connection to external loudspeakers (on stage, in a practice room or at home)
  • The pure functions produced by the digital piano make its 18 authentic piano tones sound even better to the ear
  • Launching into multi-dimensional AiR sound generation becomes a pleasure with the new PX-160
  • Behringer HSP3000 Studio Headphones provide everything you need for comfortable listening.Hall Simulator/Reverb - 4 (Reverb) Chorus - 4 Brilliance - -3 ~ 0 ~ +3DPS - Yes (Preset for some tones).
  • On Stage Classic Single-X Keyboard Stand and World Tour Deluxe Padded Keyboard Bench.Multi-dimensional Morphing AiR Sound SourceStereo-sampled Piano Tones
  • Piano-style sustain pedal for all Casio keyboards and digital pianos with pedal jacks
Popularity: 94 / 100
Brand: Casio
  • 10 high-quality tones
  • Digital effects: Hall, Reverb and chorus
  • Full Force Sound Speakers
  • 88-key, Scaled Hammer Action
  • 48 Polyphony sounds
Popularity: 93 / 100
Brand: Casio
  • Beginner Package eMedia Piano and Keyboard Method (430894) Proline PSS1 Sustain Pedal (J20802) Musician's Gear KS-505 Piano Bench (J01626) Musician's Gear KBX1 Keyboard SStand (J55279) Essentials Package Musician's Gear KS-515 Deluxe Keyboard Bench (451069) Proline PLK4D Double-Braced Keyboard Stand (J12599) Proline PSS-2 Sustain Pedal (J20803) Home Package Musician's Gear KS-515 Deluxe Keyboard Bench (451069) Proline PSS-2 Sustain Pe
  • This piano package features Casio's CDP-135 Digital Piano, an unbeatable value that delivers everything you need for satisfying piano practice and performance
  • Its 88 fully weighted keys provide the feel of an acoustic piano, with accurately-scaled weighting from the lowest key to the highest, and a clear, powerful built-in speaker system reveals a beautiful grand piano sound that is complemented by nine other tones and a rich hall reverb effect
  • Compact and lightweight, the CDP-135 is perfect for performance or for home use
  • Connect via class-compliant USB, and it also serves as the perfect controller for your home studio
$1199
Popularity: 93 / 100
Color:
Blue
Brand: Casio
  • :Size with stand 52.0 x 11.5 x 5.8 / 52.0 x 11.5 x 30.4 inches [optional]
Popularity: 93 / 100
Brand: Casio
Popularity: 93 / 100
Brand: Casio
Popularity: 91 / 100
Color:
Black
Brand: Casio
  • Better piano samples than ever
  • Simulates damper response and hammer action
  • 18 different sounds with split and layer ability
  • Two-track recorder
  • USB MIDI interface to use with computers and other devices
$699
Popularity: 89 / 100
Color:
White
Black
Brown
Brand: Casio
  • The AiR engine provides highly-accurate grand piano sounds with seamless dynamics for a remarkably expressive and powerful performance
  • The Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II keyboard has an incredible feel and captures the dynamics of a performance with unparalleled speed and accuracy
  • Includes a powerful stereo amplification system offering an optimal listening experience that is crystal-clear across the entire audio spectrum
  • Duet Mode splits the piano into two equal pitch ranges, allowing a student and teacher to sit at the same instrument
  • Concert Play allows you to play along with ten recordings of well-known orchestral pieces
  • Connect the piano to any Mac or Windows device without the need for drivers or installation via the class-compliant USB
  • Connect to your iOS or Android device to use the free Chordana Play app, which uses the display to show you how to play your favorite songs
$799
Popularity: 89 / 100
Color:
Black
Brown
White
Brand: Casio
  • Keys: 88 Ebony and Ivory feel
  • Keyboard - Action: Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II; Touch Response: 3 sensitivity levels
  • Sound - Source: Multi Dimensional Morphing Air; Polyphony (maximum): 128
  • 3 year manufacturer extended warranty
Popularity: 88 / 100
Brand: Casio
  • This Casio Bundle Includes - Casio PX350 Privia 88-Key Touch Sensitive Digital Piano in Black ($699.99)
  • Casio PRIVCASE Privia Case ($75.6)
$999
Popularity: 86 / 100
Brand: Casio
  • Realistic piano sound with AiR
  • Duet Mode makes this instrument perfect for lessons
  • Stereo speaker system offers big sound
  • USB connection and 2-track recorder open up your possibilities
  • Built-in metronome for practicing
$1199.99
Popularity: 82 / 100
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Brand: Casio
  • A stage piano unlike any other
  • Incredible acoustic and electric pianos, clavs, and more, driven by award-winning Hex Layer synthesis technology
  • Easily explore with a 5.3-inch color touch screen
  • A complete songwriting suite with with 17-track recorder, USB audio recording, and 200 Rhythms
  • Lightweight, well-connected, and ready for any venue (including your living room)
$1099.99
Popularity: 79 / 100
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Color:
Ebony
Brown
White
Brand: Casio
  • AiR Sound Source
  • Piano Sound
  • Key Action
$799
Popularity: 65 / 100
Color:
MultiColored
Release Date: 1 Sep 2015
Brand: Casio
  • This bundle includes the Casio CGP-700, Casio SP33 Keyboard Pedals, and Casio CB7 Padded Piano Bench
  • 5.3in Color Touch Interface display
  • Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II 88 key keyboard with simulated Ebony and Ivory feel
  • Includes: stand with 40 watt speakers, sustain pedal, music rest, and power supply
  • 550 instrument tones and effects
$899
Popularity: 61 / 100
Color:
MultiColored
Brand: Casio
  • Advanced AiR sound set for add
  • The PX-780 is a stylish digital piano from Casio's Privia line that has a look as classy as its sound
  • The PX-780 has the grand piano sounds that you're looking for, plus 250 built-in tones with split and layer, so you can get that big piano feel in a much smaller space
  • This 88-key digital piano also features dual 20w speakers, USB MIDI and 3 pedals for realistic piano style playing
  • The keyboard is housed in a sturdy black cabinet with sliding keyboard to help protect your investment
Popularity: 57 / 100
Brand: Casio
  • 18 high-quality tones including stereo-sampled grand piano tones
  • Digital effects: reverb (4 types), chorus (4 types), brilliance, DSP (preset for some tones)
  • Lesson feature using 60 Music Library songs plus 10 user loaded songs
  • Duet Mode enabling two people to play in the same range
  • Recorder: 2 tracks x 1 song, approximately 5,000 notes
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I recently purchased an Alesis Recital online, but it is on backorder and will not be delivered until almost two weeks from now. I happened to walk into a music store today, and I found a Williams Legato Plus for sale that was cheaper. Should I cancel my Alesis order and go for the Williams instead? What is your opinion?
Related: Alesis Recital, Williams Legato Plus, Digital Pianos | Submitted by anonymous 317 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 614 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 708 days ago

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Artesia PA-88H 88-Key Weighted Hammer Action Digital Piano vs Alesis Coda Pro | 88-Key Digital Piano with Hammer-Action Keys...Is there an advantage of one over the other?
Related: Alesis Coda Pro, Artesia PA-88H, Digital Pianos | Submitted by carmen 736 days ago

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Is YDP 140 worth buying for $500?
Related: Yamaha Arius YDP Series, Digital Pianos | Submitted by anonymous 742 days ago
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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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It is discounted heavily because it is about 15 years old and discontinued which makes it hard to find available parts if it breaks

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