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Casio PX-780 88-Key Privia Digital Piano
$899
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Product Description

Casio PX-780 88-Key Privia Digital Piano:
  • For intermediate and advanced players
  • Tri-sensor 88-note scaled hammer-action keyboard
  • 3 sensitivity levels
  • Sound source: AiR (acoustic and intelligent resonator)
  • 128-note polyphony
  • 250 built-in tones with 6 direct tones, duet mode, layer, split and octave shift
  • Hammer response and damper resonance
  • 4 reverb, 4 chorus, brilliance and DSP
  • Auto-harmonize
  • Key transpose: 25 steps
  • 180 built-in rhythms
  • 10 user rhythms
  • 1-touch presets
  • Rhythm editor
  • Music library: 10 user songs
  • Casio 88-Key digital piano capacity: 3.2MB
  • 6 demo songs
  • Metronome
  • SP-3 pedal included
  • LCD display
  • Pitch bend wheel
  • Connector for 3-pedal unit
  • MIDI in/out
  • Phones/output 2 (stereo/standard)
  • Line in/line out
  • 2 speakers: 5.1 inch x 2.4
  • Amplifier: 20W %2B 20W
  • Power supply: AC adapter
  • Auto power off
  • Power consumption: 18W
  • Includes score stand and AC adapter
  • Assembly required
  • Takes approximately 10 minutes to assemble
  • Dimensions: 59W x 17D x 16H
  • Model# CAS PX780 BK
  • 1-year limited warranty
Reviews From Buyers
This piano is truly an instrument. It isn't a toy, a goofy keyboard, or a quirky fun machine (although sometimes it can be) it is an instrument with a beautiful, natural sound that rivals most upright acoustic pianos and is only bested by actual grand pianos. The key response is better than any electric piano I've ever touched before and frankly better than many acoustic pianos (key bounce back is not too quick and not too slow). Casio paid attention to the details with this instrument.After playing this piano daily for over a month, I went back to my parents grand piano and didn't skip a beat (pun intended). That means the key action on this piano is so similar to a real piano I couldn't even tell a meaningful difference between the two.I would recommend this piano to anyone from the beginner to the concert pianist. I would also recommend buying a piano bench that is 20in tall, this seems to be the right height for this piano, Casio recommends 18-20in for this model.If I had one complaint it would be that at certain volumes with certain notes the sound can be too loud, louder than what you would normally get from an acoustic piano in the same situation. This is infrequent and probably more about the sound capabilities of the speakers themselves than the piano and probably present in electric pianos in general which may just be an \"electric piano inch thing. Even though this piano has good bass to begin with, I still would add a small powered sub-woofer.Overall A+
Features
  • For intermediate and advanced players
  • 250 built-in tones
  • Includes score stand and AC adapter
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