Casio completes two of its series of arranger keyboards with the CTK-2400, LK-170, LK-175 and LK-260, which are introduced at Summer NAMM.
The four keyboards are part of the new Casio Sound eFX range and include a sound layering and sampling feature via the bult-in microphone (or external mic). Various sampling modes are available: Long to create a single 2 second-long sound or Short for up to 5 very short samples. Each mode includes 10 different effects to choose from.
All the keyboards also offer the Step-Up Lesson learning system with included Songs that are studied part-by-part, a music notation function with display on the LCD screen and the systems will evaluation your skills progression.
The LK keyboards also include lightning keys that will follow the songs played.
You’ll find on each of the keyboards more than 400 tones, 150 rhythms, 110 Songs, a Class Compliant USB MIDI connection for Mac, PC and iPad (via the Apple USB camera connection kit).
The CTK-2400, K-170, LK-175 and LK-260 are equipped with 61 standard keys, you’ll also find a headphone output, stereo audio input, mic/sampling input and pedal input. These models will ship in September, 2014, with a stand and a song book.
- CTK-2400: $169.99
- LK-175: $199.99
- LK-260: $259.99
- LK-170 (special edition reserved to Costco): $199.99
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