In the summer of 2012, Casio introduced 4 new digital piano models to its most popular Privia line. These Privia models are: the PX-150, PX-350, PX-750, and PX-850 – all of which were introduced as 2013 models. By releasing 4 new models at one time, Casio has definitely taken a huge step in the digital piano industry. It continues to “offer an enhanced keyboard and a new powerful sound engine that provides a superior grand piano experience with exquisite detail in the lightweight and stylish design that Privia is known for.”

Casio is known for continuously improving their digital pianos using advanced technology, improved quality, and affordable prices. The VP of Casio’s Electronic Musical Instruments Division, Stephen Schmidt announced “we are proud to launch the next generation of Privia digital pianos, which appeal to musicians for their portability, yet authentic piano type feel. This allows musicians to be highly productive when not in a studio — The new Privia digital pianos deliver exceptional sound quality and are equipped with an abundance of new features, offering an enhanced performance.”

As an improvement and upgrade from previous Privia models, these 4 new models provide more for the price you pay. Whether it’s the authentic grand-piano like sound and feel quality, the improved looks, or the latest technology, Casio has truly outdone itself again.

All 4 models come with a redesigned 88 key tri-sensor scaled hammer action keyboard that has ebony and ivory textured keys. Every nuance and detail is captured using the tri-sensors, providing better accuracy, response, and speed. This results in the feel and sound of an acoustic piano while getting the benefits of a digital piano. Additionally, the instruments have multiple instrument sounds, as well as built-in speakers.

Advanced from its previous AiF sound technology, Casio has used its latest Acoustic and Intelligent Resonator (AiR) sound source for added realism to sound. The AiR sound source “provides sensational dynamics, damper resonance and even compensates for the speed at which hammers strike strings at different velocities and key ranges” and uses over 3 times the memory compared to the previous AiF technology. And like the previous models, the new models offer MIDI/USB connectivity. This makes it easier to connect directly to a Mac or a PC.

 

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Feature Keyboard: 88 keys, weighted scaled hammer action
Sound Source: AiR (Acoustic & intelligent Resonator)
Polyphony (maximum): 128
Tones: 18 Built-in tones, Duet Mode, Layer, Split, Octave Shift
Simulator: Hammer Response, Damper Resonance, String Resonance, Lid Simulator
88 keys with 3 sensors per key
Scaled Hammer Action
Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II
Max. Polyphony – 128
Number of Built-in Tones 250
Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action with Ebony and Ivory Keys
Included matching stand with 3 pedals
18 Tones with Split / Layer Capability
128 Note Polyphony
Class Compliant USB MIDI
Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action with Ebony and Ivory Keys
18 Tones with Split / Layer capability
256 note polyphony
New 4 Layer Stereo Grand Piano Samples
Stereo Digital Audio Recording to USB storage
Manufacturer Casio Casio Casio Casio
Model PX150 BK PX350 BK PX750 BK PX850 BK
Title Casio PX150 BK 88-Key Touch Sensitive Privia Digital Piano with Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action Casio PX350 BK 88-Key Touch Sensitive Privia Digital Piano with “AIR” Acoustic and Intelligent Resonation System Casio PX750 BK 88-Key Touch Sensitive Privia Digital Piano with USB Connectivity Casio PX850 BK 88-Key Touch Sensitive Privia Digital Piano with 4 Layer Stereo Grand Piano Samples
Height 20 inch 14.4 inch 16 inch 16 inch
Weight 20 pound 25 pound 25 pound 25 pound
Width 10 inch 8.35 inch 15 inch 15 inch
Length 40 inch 57.5 inch 59 inch 59 inch
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