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A sleek, portable digital piano with great piano samples and a wealth of other features. Click to enlarge.
A grand piano sound with seamless transitions and a superior dynamic range.
Add a wooden stand and three-pedal unit for an even more piano-like experience.
Realism, Expression and Dynamics
The grand piano sounds in the PX-330 delivers an unprecedented level of realism and expression. Four dynamic layers of stereo piano samples are integrated with Casio's proprietary Linear Morphing System, for a grand piano sound with seamless transitions and a superior dynamic range. For added realism, the PX-330 simulates the sound of the open strings when the dampers are raised by the pedal using Acoustic Resonance DSP. The PX-330 also has 128-note polyphony, enough horsepower for the most demanding musical passages and the ability to layer sounds and use the damper pedal without worry of dropped notes. The result is a grand piano experience that is unsurpassed at any price.
Truly Expressive Touch
The Privia PX-330 features a new Tri-Sensor 88-note scaled hammer action keyboard. Casio's superior engineering has resulted in an authentic piano touch that captures every detail and nuance of your performance. This scaled hammer action provides the weight, feel and resistance of a piano without sacrificing the portability of the instrument.
Performance, Studio or Stage
The superior keyboard action, piano sound and built-in USB MIDI interface make the PX-330 the perfect instrument to integrate into your studio. When you're ready to take the PX-330 to a gig, the built-in registration memory allows you to instantly recall splits, layers and combinations of sounds. The PX-330 also has 1/4-inch outputs for great live sound from your amp or the house's PA system.
16-Track Recorder, Pitchbend Wheel and Much More
While it's easy to connect the PX-330 to your computer, you can easily create and compose music using internal 16 track recorder. Utilizing the PX-330's 250 on-board sounds and 180 rhythms you can record up to 16 tracks. Accepting SD memory, you can save your songs and take them with you or load standard MIDI files that you've downloaded from the web. With these flexible tools you can capture moments of creativity and remember song ideas. It also works great as a practice tool. A built-in metronome and optional accompaniment mean you can practice in-time and later listen back to what you just played. A pitchbend wheel gives you full expression for 250 tones. You can even plug in other instruments or an MP3 player into the keyboard and hear it through the internal speakers and headphones.
Professional, Versatile and Portable Design
Whether you're at home, working on a studio or out on stage, the PX-330 was created to tackle it all, making it a valuable investment. With its light weight, you can easily take the PX-330 from home, to rehearsals, to the gig and back with no worries. It connects effortlessly to your computer via USB and connects just as easily to a live mixer for use on stage. The Casio PX-330 is now the indisputable leader in the digital piano arena.
8 Digital Effects
Add a little more depth and variation to the built-in tones with 4 reverb and 4 chorus effects, along with brilliance and acoustic resonance settings.
The new duet functions allows teachers and pupils to play parallel to each other. The PX-120 can be divided into two keyboard areas, which can be transposed individually.
Two Headphone Connections
The PX-330 features two headphone connections, ideal for the duet function.
Stereo Line In/Out
Connect to a PA system or studio equipment, or connect other sound sources with the line inputs.
Powerful Speaker System
The PX-330 features built-in speakers, with 2 x 8 Watts of output power, to fill a room with sound.
3-Pedal Unit Support
With the optional SP-30, the PX-320 has up to three pedals with half-damper effect. This "half-damper" effect simulates a "half-pedaled" damper pedal.
What's in the Box
Privia PX-330 Keyboard, AC Adapter, Music Stand, User's Manual
"Hammer action" is supposed to replicate the feel of a real acoustic piano.
In fact, I think the keyboard action does a remarkably good job of replicating the feel of a real acoustic piano -- even that subtle clicky feel.
Most importantly - I saved about 3K buying this piano compared to other similarly performing electronic pianos.
The first thing that struck me about this board is the price. It is cheap.
Now Casio does have a reputation of making cheap keyboards for the masses: play by colour, by... Read more
Some keys started making noise after several months from purchase, so I asked warranty service, but it takes forever. I am so frustrated with Casio's customer service. Read morePublished 12 months ago by napertom
great value and sounds wonderful. we have had this for 2 years now with out any complications. I also purchased a stand for it as this is quite large.Published 15 months ago by a laffin
I absolutely love my Casio Privia PX330! I play for fun, at parties and occasionally perform professionally and this baby has more bells and whistles than I could ever learn to... Read morePublished 17 months ago by ArtGoddess
Has about 250 other great sounds in it besides excellent piano. Feels like a real piano - very nice action and touch sensitivity. Very portable. Read morePublished 17 months ago by L. Hunt
The g-key close to Middle C randomly plays much louder than the force being initiated by the finger. Read morePublished 18 months ago by P. Robbins
I wanted to replace my cheap Yamaha Keyboard YPT-230 with a digital piano. Before buying this one, I only used some Yamaha Clavinovas at my group lessons. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Yi Liu
This electronic piano is really a joy to use. The weighted feel of the keyboard is very similar to a real piano. There is a fine gradation from pp to ff when striking the keys. Read morePublished on January 14, 2013 by Lux et Veritas
I purchased this electric piano when it first came out in 2009. Despite its light weight, it is soldly built and has held up quite well thus far. Read morePublished on November 14, 2012 by zanypoet