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Casio Privia PX-410R
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Digital Piano from Casio belonging to the Privia series.

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    Casio Privia PX-410RPublished on 10/31/07 at 02:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Good morning.

    It is a 88-key keyboard heavy, agile, and finally that serapproche a real piano.
    Nomber for sound: uh, it's pretty important at all in some prs 700, with the possibility of CRER own. We all puet up almost 999sons!
    But hey, how many are of quality to be able to exploit ....
    There are side dishes (about 400), effects (200 not all good qualities, I do not use, I find them really good ...)
    It has several functions: numrique piano (he has met wonderful I think), arranger and synthtiseur to a lesser extent ...
    2 headphone outputs,
    an outing with USB MIDI
    between a micro
    SD card slot to save config and even personal sounds I think ...
    pedals like a piano. one…
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    Good morning.

    It is a 88-key keyboard heavy, agile, and finally that serapproche a real piano.
    Nomber for sound: uh, it's pretty important at all in some prs 700, with the possibility of CRER own. We all puet up almost 999sons!
    But hey, how many are of quality to be able to exploit ....
    There are side dishes (about 400), effects (200 not all good qualities, I do not use, I find them really good ...)
    It has several functions: numrique piano (he has met wonderful I think), arranger and synthtiseur to a lesser extent ...
    2 headphone outputs,
    an outing with USB MIDI
    between a micro
    SD card slot to save config and even personal sounds I think ...
    pedals like a piano. one comes with the instrument.
    It comes with a suport furniture.

    Casio's site says it is a semi-pro instrument. I think they're right on some points. Casio says that it is a key scene as lice rla poru home.
    The fact that it is quite large, book with its support behind furniture that it is not built for the scene. For the scene, the prfr 310 px. (Same sounds even touch fewer ... finally light version)
    Dj louse rle scene, there is no output line OUT. We are forced to plug into a headphone output. I had a recording studio, headphones on branch, they are good quality, there is no breath as I could have expected.

    UTILIZATION

    I return to the touch.
    I tried the roland fp-4. yamaha p70 and p140.
    Between casio (110.310 px and 410 which all have the same touch), and the fp-4. Well I prfr that of casio, because I was more practitioner. The FP-4 is too soft my taste. I find a little too close to a simple dynamic keyboard .... Anyway, a must for both yamaha. But too expensive for me, in terms of price and quality RAPORT functions.
    Résumé to: touch is quality for the price range. it is well ractif, returns fairly quickly, but not much. The only BMOL, it feels too tcouhe the plastic when you hit the notes. Submitted things that is not on the roland and yamaha ...
    to touch, to be seen is evolution over time. I can only July 07.
    The coniguration gnral is simple, it soon took over! In 5 minutes, play it as if it had been 6 months! functions for further j'lai peuessay requires the manual clearly. But his guts ease things with diffrent indications.
    For the purchase, I hsit between the fp-4 and px410. sual sound of the fp-4 taient best (but not by much), it is also more expensive silent, touch I liked least ...
    The FP-4 has a shell mtal the cons by plastic casio ...
    I have long hsit. The price was right for me.
    The manual is fairly clear I think.
    Casio's site seems fairly comprehensive to use the keyboard with a PC. I have yet to test.

    SOUNDS

    For sounds, they are many, too, that too will never!
    I have to use less than 10 sounds can be ... The piano sounds are good plutt related to roland and yamaha are more expensive! The concurrency has to be some problems. Are the organs are good, we just rgl zippers and everything. I am not an expert on the organ. The organ sound is in it, although jles working stream, complete, and vary depending on the style you want. There must be some prs 120 all DIFFERENT pluttrussi organs.
    For strings: it is not good trs.
    Brass, Certina are good, others miserable.
    guitars: pfff banish almost.

    The accompagenements plutt are not bad! I t surprised. Even if it is not for cel that I bought I thought I was joking to learn can be imporviser, record squence agreement and everything. Has the surprise of the keyboard.

    I prefer the sounds: the sounds of piano, not all, I find some a little too "dull." The organ sounds and E.piano, but some are also the a little deaf.
    Amplification of the keyboard good, compared to FP4, and 310 and px110 yamaha

    (There is a pitch bend ... I finally used very little, but it's a good thing that I liked, that was not on the fp-4 and p70. We had to put much more cherepour have one. Even if I ser little, I found a nice, and I think the style we play, may make her little effect. IDAL would be to have a 3rd hand ....)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have since July 07.
    I like the simplicity of using basic functions. I use mainly piano numrique.Donc I am satisfied with the sounds of piano, organ, E.piano. amplification is plutt of quality.
    I like less is sometimes played as cot Donen finishing of plastic bte.
    I do not see what use is the visualization of the notes you play on the doors and the musiacle Schma keyboard that are on the screen ... Need some explanation, I have always understood the usefulness of a.
    I do not like the amount of sounds redundant. !
    Against his love for quality price ratio!
    Less than 800 on some sites in Germany for a keyboard of this quality ...
    Compared to the other in the same range ... It prs 300 of moins.Pas ngligeable.
    The RAPORT qualitprix / trs functionality is good!
    I advice to use a paino numrique, his strong point! I do not use Consiel studio because no line out. I will use on stage, it is not his strong point.
    If I had to take a keyboard scene only. I would take the px310, more lightweight, less supperflu thing for the scene.
    The px410 is a good keyboard for trs rpt or perfect home. That's cell that I bought. He benefitted from no features (8 track recording usb midi ... etc ...) that the minimum Calvier 300 more!
    has earned him a 9 / 10
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