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Casio PX850 Privia 88-Key Digital Piano, Brown

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Product Details

Color Name: Brown
  • Product Dimensions: 59 x 15 x 16 inches ; 85 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 85 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00CM9K7CI
  • Item model number: PX850 BN
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,000 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 1, 2013

Product Description

Color: Brown

From the Manufacturer

Casio

Casio Privia PX850 Digital Piano, Brown

Casio Privia PX850 Digital Piano Key Features:

  • AiR Sound Source
  • Piano Sound
  • Key Action




A GRAND REVOLUTION

The flagship of the new Privia line, the PX-850 has the advanced AiR sound set providing an additional level of realism, including grand piano lid simulation and sympathetic resonance. A combination of a new keyboard action and a powerful new sound engine provide a new level of detail, nuance and expression for a superior grand piano experience in the stylish design that Privia is known for.


PIANO SOUND

The award winning grand piano sound in Privia has been dramatically improved. The new PX-850 utilizes more than three times the memory of the previous generation for a more natural piano tone. In addition, Casio's new proprietary sound source "AiR" (Acoustic and intelligent Resonator) provides unmatched realism and detail. This engine provides seamless dynamics for a remarkably expressive and powerful performance. For further realism a new Damper & String Resonance and Hammer Response simulator provides the rich sound of the strings when the sustain pedal is used.


Casio Privia PX850 Digital Piano, Brown

KEY ACTION

The new PX-850 also features a new redesigned 88 note Tri-sensor scaled hammer action keyboard. This new action features new simulated Ebony and Ivory textured keys for an incredible feel and it's three sensors capture the dynamics of a performance with unparalleled speed and accuracy. To further enhance the experience, the action and the sound engine take into consideration the speed at which different sized hammers move inside acoustic grand relative to velocity the keys are pressed, this timing nuance provides the ultimate key to sound experience.


POWERFUL FEATURES

The PX-850 offers an impressive 256 notes of polyphony, as well as a choice of instrument tones including strings, organs, electric pianos and bass. The PX-850 provides split and layer capability allowing you to play bass in your left hand and have two layered tones in your right. Duet mode splits the keyboard into two equal ranges, allowing student and teacher to use the piano simultaneously. An easy to use USB port and built in two track recorder can record and playback your practice and performances. A 20W + 20W amplifier provides incredible sound and an adjustable top lid can create the resonance of a grand piano with the lid completely open, partially open, closed or removed. The matching keyboard cover, stand and pedal board make this a complete digital piano that is a welcome addition to any home dècor.


USB MIDI

Casio continues the tradition or providing "class compliant" USB connectivity on Privia digital pianos. This allows Privia to be used with Mac or Windows computers without the need for downloading drivers. Class Compliant USB MIDI also allows Privia digital pianos can also be used as a controller the Apple iPad simply with the use of Apple's Camera Connection Kit.


AIR SOUND SOURCE

To reproduce the sound of the finest acoustic grand pianos, the new Privia series features Casio’s proprietary AiR (Acoustic and intelligent Resonator) processor. Accessing more than three times the memory of the previous generation, the AiR processor utilizes grand piano samples recorded at four dynamics sampling to deliver grand piano sounds with long natural decays and remarkable expression. To further the grand piano experience, AiR adds realism by simulating the sound of the open strings when the dampers are raised by the pedal.

Specifications

Keyboard 88 keys, weighted scaled hammer action
Scaled Hammer Action
3 sensitivity levels, off
Stabilizer
Sound Source AiR (Acoustic & intelligent Resonator)
"Multi-dimensional Morphing AiR Sound Source"
Polyphony (maximum) 256
Tones 18Built-in tones, 3 direct tones,Duet Mode, Layer, Split, Octave Shift
Simulator Hammer Response, Damper Resonance, String Resonance, Lid Simulator, Key Off Simulator
Digital Reverb 4
Effects Chorus 4
Brillance -3 ~ 0 ~+3
DSP
Auto Harmonize Yes
Key Transpose 25 steps (-12 semitones ~ 0 ~ +12 semitones)
Tuning Control A4 = 415.5Hz ~ 440.0Hz ~ 465.9Hz
Music Library 60 Number of Preset Songs
10 User Songs
Capacity Approx. 900KB (Approx. 90KB/song)
Lesson Function Part ON/ OFF
Metronome Yes
Tempo Setting 20 ~ 255BPM
Music Presetting Tapping function, 300 built-in presets, 50 user presets, Editing Parameters
Recorder Real Time Recording, 2 Tracks, 1 song
Audio Recording/Playback Yes (44.1kHz WAV Format / max. 25 min. )
Pedals Built-in 3 pedals
Terminals Half-Damper pedal Operation (seamless recognition)
USB (to host)
USB (to device)
PHONES / OUTPUT 2 (Stereo Standard)
LINE OUT
Speakers 12cm x 2cm
Tweeter 5cm x 2cm
Amplifier 20 W + 20 W
Power Source DC 24 V
Power Supply AC Adapter : AD-E24250
Auto Power Off Yes
Power Consumption 60 W
Included Score Stand
Accessories Ac Adapter
Headphone Hook
Pedal Board
Score book
Appearance Keyboard Cover (Folding Slide-type)
Top Lid Open/Close
Pedal Color Silver
Color Brown wood tone finish
Matching Stand Included
Unit size - W x D x H 1,357 x 299 x 837 mm (w/o score stand)
Unit weight in pounds 37.0kg (w/o score stand)

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Product Description

The flagship of the new privia line, the Casio privia px850 digital piano has the advanced air sound set providing an additional level of realism including grand piano lid simulation and sympathetic resonance. The px850 has a dual 20w speaker system and a cabinet that opens providing a rich concert sound. The new privia px850 represents a significant step in the continuing evolution of the privia digital piano line. A combination of a new keyboard action and a powerful new sound engine provide a new level of detail, nuance and expression for a superior grand piano experience in the lightweight and stylish design that privia is known for. The Casio px850 has 18 instrument tones (5 are piano), and 256 note polyphony. The px850 keys feature damper resonance, hammer response and sympathetic resonance. A very special other feature is the lid simulation. You can choose (separate from what the actual px850 cabinet will do) whether you want the lid on the grand piano open, closed, half or removed. The px850 has 1/4 inch audio outputs and usb-to-device output so you can easily connect the privia px850 to recording and sound reinforcement equipment.


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This digital piano sounds and feels like a real piano.
Gary L. Cooper
I am compelled to write this review because this is a great piano and other people should know about it!
ALICE WAND
This piano produces great sound that is very rich in tones.
Petro

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

127 of 131 people found the following review helpful By R. Park on October 27, 2012
Color Name: Ebony Verified Purchase
Our six year old boy started his piano lessons a year ago, and he's been (surprisingly) quite happy doing all his practices so far. We got him a pretty nice used keyboard ($40 on craigslist!) but it just doesn't sound or feel like piano. Lately his teacher has been mentioning how he has very weak touch during his lessons, probably because keyboard touch is much lighter than a real piano, and she's been recommending that we either rent or buy a piano.

We initially looked at two options: 1) buying a new, low-end piano (all made in China, ~$3000), or 2) buying a used, higher-end piano ($5k+, at least). We didn't particularly like the idea of buying a cheap piano, and we also learned that there are risks associated with buying a used piano. What we also learned is that moving a piano can be very expensive (minimum $1000+).

While browsing the web for an advice, we ran into someone suggesting a digital piano. Apparently advancements in DSP (digital signal processing) in the last decade have really improved the quality of simulated piano sound. So after some extensive research, we arrived at Casio PX-850 or Yamaha YDP-161.

Now, many folks out there felt that Yamaha digital pianos have a closer piano feel & sound, perhaps because Yamaha also makes real pianos. However, the reviews on PX-850 have been very high regarding its sound and feel (e.g it has 256 polyphony vs Yamaha's 128). To settle that debate, I took my son to a local piano store to try out the Yamaha, as well as the PX-830 (they didn't have PX-850); he preferred the Casio and I agree.

So, we ordered PX-850 and it got here in two (!!) days.
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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By ALICE WAND on July 18, 2013
Color Name: Ebony Verified Purchase
I am compelled to write this review because this is a great piano and other people should know about it!

I love the Casio keys and I am beginning to like the sound too. The piano sound is not too bright and not too soft/mellow. It took me a little getting used to but now I find it very pretty. What I really like about the Casio keys is that they are weighted perfectly; the lower keys are heavier than the higher ones like grand pianos. The feel of the white and black keys are also very nice and doesn't feel like (cheap) plastic. Each key has a short lingering sound when pressed, as if the string is still vibrating after the hammer hit it. When I play it, I think I'm playing a real piano!

I thought it was almost a gimmick that its top opens up to make it sound like a grand piano. But when I tried it, it sounded nice and I actually liked it. Casio may not have the high end brand image, but this really is a great digital piano, which is way better than any cheap upright pianos. I also tried those too.

On a side note, I should mention that I did some extensive testing of much of Yamaha, Kawaii and Casio digital pianos. I liked the sound of Yamaha Clavinovas, which were more than $2000. However, the piano key actions were too stiff and hard to control. The lower end Yamaha ones sounded nice but keys were too soft. The Kawaii CE220 was highly rated but I did not like it. Both the sound and the touch were mushy.

Choosing a piano is very personal, and whatever pleases you the most is the right piano. I am glad that I found mine!
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Skyler braun on January 24, 2014
Color Name: Ebony
I have played the piano for 15 years now so I am quite skilled at playing the piano. I recently moved and needed to get a nice, digital piano for where I moved to since i couldn't bring my yamaha grand piano. After reading many reviews and testing out the piano for a bit I ended up purchasing it.

The Pros:
1)Amazing sound quality
2)Came with full pedal set and nice stand
3)The piano can get very loud (you can lift up the top piece on the piano and it will sound louder)
4)2 headphone jacks. Nice!

The Cons:
1) After 2 1/2 weeks of playing about 2-3 hours a day, the keys have started to make a very obnoxious clacking noise. At half volume and under it is very noticeable and it takes away from the awesome sound quality this piano has.
2)The keys feel rather cheap. They are fully weighted and can be adjusted but the keys themselves feel cheaply made and the texture is strange and is in no way similar to a grand piano like they are supposed to feel.
3)Limited amount of sounds

Overall this is a great piano if you are just starting out on the piano, or if you are not a very serious pianist. However, if you are like me and have played quite a bit then this piano is probably not for you. For the price there is probably much better pianos out there and would avoid this piano if possible. I will be returning this for a refund and looking in too a new one.

EDIT:
I returned the piano for the Yamaha p-155. It is at the same price point if you purchase the stand for the p-155 too. I will be doing a full review on the piano in a couple weeks after a good amount of use. So far it is very high quality and much better than the px-850.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Kits on August 2, 2013
Color Name: Ebony
this digital piano is almost comparable to the real grand piano sound as proven by German sound engineer.

I'm very please with the performance of this piano. I'm not an advance pianist but I enjoyed playing piano at my leisure time.
This piano was designed to match the performance, sound and experience of the real grand piano. You can adjust the key weight, string resonance, etc and has built in lid opening to simulate the
real grand piano lid.

What I don't like is the control button and instructions is not clear. Let say you want to do key transpose, you have to read the manual which key you need to press since there are no sign at all.
It will be nice if the piano has built in LCD display to show the setting of each individual modes otherwise it is just a guessing game. I also having issue with the damper pedal not performing like I wanted when I played grand piano sound. The other sounds are not affected. After dig into the manual and played with the setting, finally I found one function called BACKUP. Basically what it does is memorized the last settings so when you turn off the piano and turn back on, the previous setting remains. I turn off this function and now the sound reverberate as normal.

Overall for the money, I highly recommended this piano. Do not be deceived by the brand. its performance almost comparable to $2,000+ piano from other name brand.

Pro's:
1. Comparable to real grand piano experience and sound performance.
2. 256MB polyphony memory vs 128MB memory on other name brands for its class. Higher memory can improved the quality of sound being produced.
3. Right on the money.
4. 3 years warranty if you registered within 30 days of purchase.

Con's:
1. No LCD display.
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