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Casio Privia user reviews

  • Casio PX-310

    Casio PX-310 - Nico38's review
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    07/28/07

    Numrique piano with 88 keys hammer mcanique with internal amplification. Not far at any of 200 sounds (GM bank), with 130 accompaniment rhythms, reverb and chorus. It also provides 16-user memory configuration piano (P80 did my one and more volat…

  • Casio PX-110

    Casio PX-110 - triptonyo's review
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    02/18/07

    See previous ones opinion Branch in MIDI on a computer to play with other piano sounds, I thought that really VLOC n'tait code 3 or 4 values ​​only diffrent UTILIZATION The touch is perfect, it's a piano. I am a pianist for over 20 years, nev…

  • Casio PX-110

    Casio PX-110 - Le Xav's review
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    11/23/06

    88-key agile 10 sounds Split 2-zone Reverb & chorus / flanger 2 Squenceur track Small box rhythm Features like automatic accompaniment left hand ... Midi in / out Two headphone outputs. IT IS SUPER LIGHT: 11.6 kg! This is great ...…

  • Casio PX-400R

    Casio PX-400R - papalolo's review
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    08/12/06

    88 notes 11 banks of 5 to 10 sounds of casio + 1 256 GM comptete connection but not fully configurable UTILIZATION The touch is heavy and not too slow agrealble use is simple MIDI is a bit limited the manual refers to the possibility of…

  • Casio PX-300

    Casio PX-300 - the_steff's review
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    07/15/06

    That says it all down ... (And yes I'm lazy). Except that my bill will be different since this keyboard is a very good price / quality ratio. Updated: After nearly a year of use these are faults that reappear. I had problems at the connector (l…

  • Casio PX-310

    Casio PX-310 - dogendo31's review
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    03/09/06

    88 keys 3 samples for a piano Layer and split mode 32 Registration Memory (this award !!!): trs useful to keep the settings There are two outputs (Stereo) and especially between the two is exceptional that price. Few manufacturers provide the…

  • Casio PX-110

    Casio PX-110 - dogendo31's review
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    03/09/06

    88 keys / system support (20 styles) / 32 notes polyphony = (16 in STREO) can connect two pedals (sustain and sostenuto), which is better than the competition it is lightweight finish rather good but the sides are plastic fragile: if we dplace …

  • Casio PX-100

    Casio PX-100 - stoemp's review
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    02/27/06

    - How many octaves? 7 1 / 2 (88 keys) - How many sounds effects available? Are ditables? 8 + drums section There is also a section with 2 squenceur tracks. (1 canvas least for the fact that there is a sound Stereo (Grand Piano 1)) 2 non d…

  • Casio PX-110

    Casio PX-110 - kawajo's review
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    01/07/06

    88-note Graded Hammer dynamic, 32 or 16 note polyphony max (depending on sound) Direct access to 11 sounds (3 MIDI-access), 2 layers, Split configurable. 4 Reverb (16 MIDI), 4 Chorus (16 MIDI) configurable by DC or sysex, DSP, Brilliance 20 acc…

  • Casio PX-300

    Casio PX-300 - YanLowFreq's review
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    12/16/05

    We are a numrique piano, 88 keys, touch Piano Heavy, here simply the highlight of the piano keyboard splittable 12.5 kg and 2 stackable sound, touch config to Heavy Low, normal. Cool Connections, line in, line out, two pedals on the rear and two he…