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Casio Privia PX-5S
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Digital Piano from Casio belonging to the Privia series.

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  • marceloMicromarceloMicro

    Good first impression!

    Casio Privia PX-5SPublished on 05/15/13 at 14:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    it referred to the manufacturer website

    UTILIZATION

    Touch and really not bad, finally, for me that's enough!
    on the other hand, comes with a basic manual, they have downloaded the full manual (in English) on their site.
    We can use access quickly without looking at the instructions, but when we want to put his nose in it there's some shortcut to know that are in the manual compléte.

    SOUNDS

    There's really a lot of sound, I have not had time to listen to all ... They are realistic and frankly I'm having come over a patient.
    For there's some cons are electro brass are really shit and the accordion is rotten too ...
    Otherwise against the bass sounds pretty good exce…
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    it referred to the manufacturer website

    UTILIZATION

    Touch and really not bad, finally, for me that's enough!
    on the other hand, comes with a basic manual, they have downloaded the full manual (in English) on their site.
    We can use access quickly without looking at the instructions, but when we want to put his nose in it there's some shortcut to know that are in the manual compléte.

    SOUNDS

    There's really a lot of sound, I have not had time to listen to all ... They are realistic and frankly I'm having come over a patient.
    For there's some cons are electro brass are really shit and the accordion is rotten too ...
    Otherwise against the bass sounds pretty good except at the top but it's still understandable!
    There's something really annoying noise of the keyboard ... Loud enough so no worries on stage it not bother you at home but need a little push the knob. Otherwise with my headphones (HD25), I hear the sound but not too my girl too ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    it was doing just two days ... I wanted to put my first impression because not many y'avais avi on the net.

    Cons:

    -The sound of the keys, I do not know if it lets forget with speakers at home (I have not tested).

    -Certain "sound" really crappy, completely lacking care, fortunately few.

    -The compléte instructions in English, which in addition is not clear ...


    Goodies:

    The-15kg weight

    Touched it with style ivory keys

    It formidable expression

    Of-its really great as wah clave and many other

    -All option offered by all the knobs that are on the front with full configuration of a madman
    do and discover!

    - The on / off button still practice facade

    - The quality / price ratio

    The super-easy recording

    The auto-accompaniment and Arpegiator

    Pretty happy with my purchase if it had hard time, I metterai updated in a few months.
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