Casio PX-110
Casio PX-110

PX-110, Digital Piano from Casio in the Privia series.

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Average Score:4.7( 4.7/5 based on 6 reviews )
 4 reviews67 %
 2 reviews33 %
Value For Money : Excellent
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sijobarteam's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Excellent value (touch, sound, production) / price!"

Casio PX-110
88 Keys
Ultra Light! (Worn under the arm or in the back with a single shoulder strap ... huge asset to the stage!)
Stereo Grand Piano sound, plus other sounds (violin, bass, rhodes, ability to combine the sounds of them, several sets of battery support)
Sustain pedal (mono, no polarity possible)
Effects: reverb, chorus
Transpose / Tuning
No monitor, fashion buttons / leds
2 built-in speakers (excellent powerful and exceptional record, does not even weigh down together!)
Ability to be mounted in cabinet or in scene mode (remove the wood, and caches up to the place, everything comes with)
Midi In / Midi Out
Two audio outputs (stereo mini jack 3.5mm ONLY .. there on the other hand, it's a little fishing ...!)
Heavy Piano touch (my fingers, the best heavy touch piano in the range less than € 500, compared with Yamaha, Korg, Roland, Kawai ...)


INTENSIVE use for 3 years, bought used (he was a year and was little used).
I lugged around a lot of scenes, outdoor, hot, cold, wet, simply cover protected by foam I have NEVER had any problems with it! Everything still works perfectly, and yet I am the piano rock'n'roll, so pick up the keyboard a lot, glissando, hard-hitting ...
An excellent piano, with a heavy touch good, but in the long run with too little sensitivity .. (Very hard to qualify his game, if you press a button, even extremely slowly come to a stop once a loud sound out .. then with a real acoustic piano there would have been no sound)
The grand piano, and in general everything that comes through the speakers of the keyboard is very good quality!
on the other hand, once plugged into a sound system for the stage, there is a very bad balance between bass and treble (very severe acute low, and few mediums too!) So to return with equalizer behind!
After 2 years, I wanted other sounds, so buying an expander and I have been using as a master keyboard.


A grand piano excellent, rhodes nice, but lack of "distortion" beautiful violins and a bass larger than life.
Équilbre bad bass / treble when the spell on a piano sound (using the stereo output).


3 years of use, transport nuisance, concerts.
No problems, very good finish, extremely robust.
Ultra portable, musician's friend with a fragile back!
Comes in a wide clio 2!
A real heavy touch, despite the entry-level price.
Too few connections (lack a true sound output)
Keyboard sensitivity a little bit ...
After 3 years, I left for a master keyboard upscale, in order to more sensitivity in the game

kawajo's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Casio PX-110
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 accompanying rhythms start / stop, intro / ending, synchro / fill-in, adjustable volume.
4 tuning (normal, Casio, Fingered, Full Range)
2-track recorder (10,000 notes), tracks mutable.
60 songs demo / study (scores provided, salt. Left hand / right hand)
Dynamic three keyboards, one octave transposition, tuning 440 Hz + / - 50
2 entries pedals (sustain, soft / sostenuto choice) or optional SP30 (3 pedals)
16-channel MIDI IN / OUT (no THROU), 2 headphone outputs (no line-out, cut HP)
2x8W amplifier, 12V external power supply provided, weight 11.9 kg


The hit is very nice, not too heavy (but comparable to some piano), linear smooth, maybe a little slow (to rise) for use classique.Touches quality, flawless finish.
The general configuration uses the keyboard, a little quirky, but once adjusted to suit individual needs, I do not think we touched ay (using the manual useful).
No patch, selection of instruments / rhythms by direct buttons (using PC / sysex possible).
No display, so the choice of reverb / chorus to the ear (or MIDI).
The manual is very clear and full MIDI implementation / Sysex site Casio


The sounds are great and can be edited via MIDI, so I think it will fit any style of violin playing music.The keyboard heavy, I see no point (that sounds weird and more).
The effects are effective and can be edited via MIDI.
There are 4 levels of velocity but no aftertouch (except MIDI).
The Grand Piano1 is, the 2 is more muffled (but needs improvement), the Harpsichord no interest.


I 15 days ago (thank you Santa Claus ...)
The keyboard (hit) is the highlight, the lack of display is unfortunate.
I tried all the keyboards of the store (even more expensive) and the PX110 was what I was looking for in terms of hit (the first criterion, I use it with expanders, therefore less important for the sounds). In same price range, I selected the CME UF8, but the hit is execrable (feeling hard spot, down in 2 stages) and the quality of the first models is zero (plastics, electronics ...)
The price / quality ratio is very good. There is no dbeaucoup of choice in this price range and I apreciated increasing gradually as I discovered.
A nice surprise and I would do this choice without hesitation.