I paid ~ 699.00 from Musician's Buy. Shipping was included.
For a gigging/teaching/recording pianist, nothing comes close to the "feel" of the Casio PS20. It's by far the best action of any digital piano up to $1500. And, yes, I've played them all. On board speakers are perfect for even small live performances. MIDI, 64-polyphony, and great effects (Chorus/Reverb) and tunability!! Can transpose on the fly and record a song in real time too. Love it.
Don't care about a lot of sounds, but Casio could have tossed in a few more, i.e. strings, bass, etc. It's heavy, but the real hammer-action and "true" piano feel are worth the weight.
Excellent build quality. Nice aluminum panel. Easy to operate. Nice controls, nobs, etc.
If you are looking to purchase a digi-piano, look no further than Casio's PS20. Some of my Roland and Korg friends now have "digital piano envy", especially when they see the price.....hmmm.
88-key progressive hammer action
8 grand piano which sounds great (especially if you listen through the headphones - good quality speakers)
provide real piano pedal + desk
Super touch, better than some digital piano two times more. We feel the progressive hammer: power in the bass and drums in the treble.
I'm thrilled because I also used to drive vsti, although touch "piano" is not always very suitable, although this depends on the style. In com no problem, and to play vsti "piano" (Bosendorfer, the big, ...) is great!
The steering Vsti not work with my M-Audio FW410, it took me to update the latest driver and everything magically rolls!
Super sound. Gpiano of the EP.
compared with the Bosendorfer VSTI, piano sounds are better and very dynamic, especially with headphones. because HP are average.
A bit expensive especially since Casio is not really well known for making digital pianos.
I would say that it's semi-pro, destined to remain at home and not in training piano.
I did not buy in France. Too expensive. it must be taken online.