Casio Privia PX-100
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Casio Privia PX-100

Privia PX-100, Digital Piano from Casio in the Privia series.

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DraZarD 12/07/2004

Casio Privia PX-100 : DraZarD's user review

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88 keys with touch response
Natural Scaled Hammer-Action Keyboard
HL-Dual Elements Sound chip (Highly Compressed Large Waveform)
32-note polyphony (max.)
8 + 2 bass sounds sounds
stereo-sampling
split / layer function
reverb / chorus effect
Tune and transpose function
Auto-accompaniment
20 rhythms / accompaniment patterns (10 Especially For piano)
30 demo songs (right or left hand Can Be Played in accompaniment)
extension option via MIDI song (10 songs max.)
metronome
2-track song sequencer (5.200 ratings)

MIDI IN / OUT
Terminals: 2 Headphone, pedal 2
incl. adaptation and a pedal
size (WxDxH): 1323 x 278 x 132mm
weight: approx. 12.5kg
optional stand: "CS-55P"

UTILIZATION

So it's been two months since I made the piano neamoins I try a lot of models before I decide for the one.

It is obviously that the touch is not the same as that of a real piano, it is heavy, but I would say more "progressive" was less the feeling of "guts" caused by a hammer on acoustic model, that finally I found it very enjoyable! I think it's very personal, but I personally prefer the largment to the Yamaha in the same price range.
The use of various option be quite complicated because of the lack of screen: Impossible to find a tempo that we currently must use the keyboard to changed some option (and remember related notes: - /), short, in addition to the function to change the sound and to split the keyboard, the other certainly necesita a small turn in the book, but full in English.

SOUNDS

Good, I think it is weak ....

The piano sound is very nice, with a bit of reverb it becomes quite large and quite realistic. The speakers deserve the right and follow to the lowest notes. In short, for a beginner I think it's ideal ...

It was then three sounds that I find interesting: E-piano, which aims to simulate a digital piano, I think it sounds quite "Norah Jones", I really like. Then there is the classical strings, and finally a very nice sound of vibraphone, which I think might be interesting.

For cons, the other 5 are not really sound great! Specially the one organ which simulates an :-| borders on the ridiculous (one of my old synth yamah PSR290 was better!), There is another electric sound, another sound of the piano and harpsichord ...

In short, I dispoce three cool sound that can fill a lot of style, the others I ca verais with the computer :-)

OVERALL OPINION

Well, it is only a few days I have but I am currently very satisfied, it is another world compared to my old synth!

The keyboard has a great look, not exes heavy and very compact. The walk is not cons by the top (it should be 30 minutes to disassemble, so it's rather something "Deffinitions"), it is more not super nice ... I plan to try to "Build me an in, I'll tell you what happens!

I am completely satisfied with my purchase, it meets all my needs: a keyboard with a touch heavy and a piano sound correct, but also a master keyboard 88 keys, all for a resonable price more than (700 France, 500 in Germany). The only thing that worries me is the hard time given the reputation of the brand, so I took great care, go to 10 years to know ;-)

Voila Voila!