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Casio Digital Pianos user reviews

  • Casio PX-320

    Casio PX-320 - Ivan Austral's review
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    11/11/08

    7 octave keyboard, 72 sounds, Casio, 128 GM sounds and 2 sets of batteries. The sounds are not editable. 4 reverb effects, chorus effects and 3 a flanger. Stereo output jack input connector standard, MIDI, Sustain Pedal, USB port. SD card. UTILIZ…

  • Casio PX-120

    Casio PX-120 - 86877's review
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    11/08/08

    All is said, I would add that aesthetics are not what they tread, Fortunately, in concert the sound is there to catch the look of the piano ... color beige and end table style is a total flop wood ... design side prefers yamaha p85 -1 For…

  • Casio PX-320

    Casio PX-320 - Ritaline's review
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    10/07/08

    It l: http://www.casio-europe.com/fr/emi/privia/px320/ UTILIZATION Touch is enjoyable and it is quite easy to use if you want to just use it as a piano nummrique. Then there is always the possibility to get into programming paramtres which need t…

  • Casio PX-320

    Casio PX-320 - monsieurmickey's review
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    09/23/08

    Piano keyboard 11 main sounds more GM Connection ok, all you need UTILIZATION The touch of this piano is for me, the one that comes closest to a real piano. And I looked! Easy to use No probs for the manual, do not be intellectually .. (h…

  • Casio PX-320

    Casio PX-320 - the bubble's review
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    07/02/08

    See the website of Casio UTILIZATION Very good touch, I have not tested the config, drive in-store SOUNDS Sound be bad, it looks like an old .......( clavinova piano) OVERALL OPINION Avoid I think …

  • Casio PX-110

    Casio PX-110 - Redemptor's review
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    05/11/08

    88 piano keys touch 10 sounds MIDI IN and OUT, 2 headphone ports, two big jacks for pedals (one with) and a strange port hidden under the piano (marked pedal or something like that) The design is quite nice (much nicer than a P-70 in my opinio…

  • Casio PX-120

    Casio PX-120 - atiroocky's review
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    03/15/08

    See above, everything is well detailed. For the price, it is rare to find a rich configuration. UTILIZATION Touch is admirable. Not too hard (as some right or clavinova pianos) or too soft. He can play the classic easily. The "Hammer scale" (ke…

  • Casio PX-800

    Casio PX-800 - ZimZag's review
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    01/27/08

    88 keys, the account is good. Below is not a keyboard is a toy. We can add three effects, brightness, reverb and chorus. Indeed when you test the piano, be careful that people who have gone before you have any adjustment. Just put a gloss 4 0 a…

  • Casio PX-120

    Casio PX-120 - tux's review
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    01/25/08

    Spcificits product * Piano Keyboard 88 keys with touch sensitivity * Mcanisme CPZ scaled hammer Mk2 * 11 AiF tones * DSP effects qualitbr /> Technical Data * Maximum Polyphony 128 votes * Sounds 11 * Effects Brilliance (3 to +…

  • Casio PX-310

    Casio PX-310 - galyjip's review
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    12/09/07

    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 …