Casio PX-310

Casio PX-310

PX-310, Digital Piano from Casio in the Privia series.

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Casio PX-310 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Casio
  • Model:PX-310
  • Series:Privia
  • Category:Digital Pianos
  • Added in our database on:10/15/2005

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User Reviews Casio PX-310

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 4 reviews )
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eddyperso's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)" Bluffing"

Casio PX-310
Keypad 88 keys heavy touch.
A palette of sounds available but I only use the piano sound.
Outputs noon, jack, and pedals.


Heavy touch. I was positively surprised because I had a bad a priori Casio.
Clear but useless manual.
Easy setup: you turn and you play ...


Many sounds but I do not use and do research as the piano.
Professional pianist playing on Yamaha usual animation for private parties, clubs and restaurants or concerts, the piano sound blew me away.
Expression more than correct for a digital keyboard sound and made even more clear and accurate than a lot of more expensive keyboards (Roland example that comes to us more drafts sounds).
Other tones of this keyboard are a little cans, like those of all keypads, I think, all brands.


To play concerts, it's great!
You have your own back (built-in speakers output the sound, even if you plug in jack on an external amp.
It is lightweight ULTRA, which believe me is not to be neglected. Less than 12KG!
Top quality sound and touch top.
I skimmed a lot before. Yamaha used, but heavier and more expensive ... so that is not justified.
Much better than the Roland giving sound rough, patouilleux. Personal opinion.
And most importantly, nothing to say at robustness.
Once the a priori on the Casio brand passed, you like it!

dogendo31's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)

Casio PX-310
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 their portable pianos of this function is useful, however, trs time o all methods come with a CD. In addition we can for example use an MP3 player having recorded a cover of RALIS Band In A Box. All that remains is that playing with the virtual orchestra ....

Light and well finished but on the other sides Privia plastic is fragile (do not ask the vertical)


Same feel as the PX-110 so great nor too heavy nor too light. Also the keyboard is not too much noise (it's good for the environment when playing with headphones)
Manuel clear
System support rather poor and eat polyphony. In addition the choice of styles is a bit complicated (using keyboard): for me it is a gadget


Trs good piano sounds subject to connect a stereo amplifier of quality (the built-in HP are a bit lacking in fair and precision)
There are good trs electric pianos (Rhodes Wurli FM) just for this I prefer the PX-110
Strings OK in layer
OK so good bass amp
The organ with a keyboard difficult to use heavy (this is the case on all pianos)
Other sounds in the middle


I compared it to:
Roland FP2 much more expensive and suffers from drisoire amplification and sound as numerous useless.
Yamaha P-70 to I found no one (finishing / sonoritc'est the very first time that Yamaha is to say I deoit
In addition to the Casio is the only Offir three levels of samples, a memory of 32 registrations and a stereo input

Conclusion: a great value price quality: competition is KO
A must try

Nico38's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)

Casio PX-310
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 volatile if we did not light it at least once a week) ...
Squenceur 2 tracks, Stereo output and between Stereo (very rare and twelve o'clock complte gnial !!!), connection (IN, OUT, THROUGH), 2 Headphone out, conventional pedals (in addition to between SPECIFICATIONS pdalier Casio optional).


Trs touch is enjoyable, it was a good feeling with the sound of the piano key, say anything, it niquel (not much envy my old yamaha P80, the transition from the latter to the PX- 310 does not at all at the touch Drout ...)
The main functions are accessible from the front (using the command "function" for some paramtres). Rglages the most advanced application using the instructions, but nothing grve, much remains accessible trs ...
The rglage noon is not complicated in any fawn, about me, channel 1 is the one I use and is rgl default ... CHAC is very easy to sounds, even sounds GM does not take much effort to use ...
The manual is correct ...


The sound is the most INTERESTED "Grand Piano 1", it is just beautiful ...
Ism and the sensations are not the blame. My Yamaha P80 is not better ...
For cons, the additional sounds, the Yamaha P80 is really not as good compared to the PX-310. Indeed, on the latter are better electric pianos, the strings as good organs are better ... and there are more sounds ... and are more used INTERESTED ...
Overall, I am trs tonn the sound quality of the PX-310!
Regarding the term, I think it makes trs well, especially with the sound of a Grand Piano ...
Also, the rponse VLOC touch the piano is really good for contrller external virtual banks ... All rpond well, the keyboard allows for the entire range of ACCS VLOC (from 0127) .. on this one the my P80 silent crap, it does not Exceeds 90 of VLOC ... Casio is better than Yamaha ...


For more than two months that I use ..
What I like most? ALL, sound, touch, CHARACTERISTICS, weight, size (uen trs trs shallow for practical, high quality intgration in home studio), price, design trs agr Able to look, side dishes that serve as mtronome luxury, the potential to make me happy by turning directly and playing thanks amplification found more than trs correctly in spite s some advice, and also the line between stro very convenient:
In fact, I plug the output of my sound card line input, and me all my virtual banks in Kontakt 2, with the sound coming directly into the speakers of the piano is too much too TOP ...
What I like least? Well, except that the finish is plastic (but in no way hinders the use and pleasure of the eye, which allows a record weight ...) and the mini headphone outputs am Jack, I would say it has no "BIG" default I think, especially compared to the asking price if you're looking good ...

DEFINITIONS In this piano numrique is thundering, it offers everything that the marks of references do not want to offer us if we do not put a high price ... (Between line and accompaniment styles, many sounds, memory of rglages ... it is the complete trs PX 310 ...

Today, if you really want more, must go to Roland FP 7 is really great, but score more than twice the price! I really regret my purchase because I have not really seem to have got a great deal, and I highly recommend it because it's a great product, which MRIT to be better known, despite the rticenses that can have on the brand ... BRAVO CASIO ...

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

Casio PX-310
It is a 88 keys with touch dynamic (see the features on the site)
Theoretically 157 sounds + 32 sounds and 10 drum kits. In fact there is some overlap so it is a little less but it's a lot. Some are very many other less.
It can store 32 patterns (rhythm, tempo, effects, splits, support, volume etc.). But not modify or import sounds. You can also register.
The connection is complete, stereo input and output, two headphones, two pedals, MIDI IN, OUT, THROUGH.


I am first and foremost guitarist (35 years of practice amateur) and I play piano on instinct without really having learned where the purchase attempt, among other things to fill this gap. My opinion is not that of an expert.
Having tried a lot of keyboards from simple to real as Gaveau, I think the touch is very decent for entry level. Although more expensive models are couch potatoes. In this price range, only the Korg SP 250 seemed perhaps a little more convincing. Like the sounds. But it seems to me more approach the classic enthusiast. For blueseux pop-rocker, the Privia provides many more opportunities and it's a bit of a compromise between a synth and a piano.
I got books in English in German and Spanish. For the French, it's PDF.


The sound of the grand piano and a few other very well. There are several organs. Some sounds are irrelevant. There is, against some usable tools that can help to enrich a few lines of the arrangements home studio (balafon, horns, flutes and even a whistle choirs and realistic enough etc ...)
The built-in effects work but rather anecdotal. While waiting to find better and without investing in an expander, I use a guitar multi-effect mixed but cheap. This allowed me to approach the seventies Hammond's unfortunately absent. By fiddling so we can really take pleasure in soul, blues, reggae, rock and heavy, variety or new age. But we must be patient.
I do not know what would happen in a sound but I think the amateur is served.


I have since March 2007 and I paid € 598 on a German site. As already mentioned above, having tried everything from 600 to € 1200 (Yamaha, Roland, Kawai, M-Audio etc.). I hesitated a moment between Privia and SP 250 Korg really convincing piano and organ classic. To learn and play classical piano, is probably the best in its price range. I finally opted for the Privia for his eclectic knowledge that I do not only become a virtuoso of Chopin or a session man raced across France.
I have not been around and I'm very happy for a long time I think.
It is unfortunate that there is no insertion effects (distortion guitar!) And the volume control remains in master (like Korg) when the branch to an external amplifier. There are other minor imperfections but it is currently very minor.

Bontempi demonstrator for being tried and consumer products Yamaha at the time (there are about twenty years), it has now for the same price, a real piano and a real quality instrument amateur or semi professional.

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