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Casio PX350 BK 88-Key Touch Sensitive Privia Digital Piano with "AIR" Acoustic and Intelligent Resonation System
- 88 keys with 3 sensors per key
- Scaled Hammer Action
- Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II
- Max. Polyphony - 128; 250 Built-in Tones
- 3 year manufacturer extended warranty
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|Item Dimensions||5.31 x 52.05 x 11.26 in||57.48 x 14.41 x 9.06 in||11.26 x 52.05 x 5.31 in||10 x 40 x 20 in||5.31 x 52.05 x 11.26 in||18.78 x 59.88 x 10.55 in|
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The award winning grand piano sound in Privia has been dramatically improved. The new PX-350 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 Resonance simulator provides the rich sound of the strings when the sustain pedal is used.The new PX-350 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 a 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.The PX-350 has a total of 250 instrument tones built-in. Strings, organs, electric pianos, brass, drums, bass and more and with the PX-350’s registration capability you can store your favorite splits and layers for live performance use. The PX-350 also has 180 drum patterns with full auto accompaniment and a 17 track recorder for composing your own songs. Ready for the stage or studio, the PX-350 has 1/4" audio outputs so you can easily connect the PX-350 to recording and sound reinforcement equipment. The optional CS-67 puts the PX-350 at the proper height but can easily be removed so you can take the 25 pound digital piano to the gig. The optional SP-33 pedal system provides the same 3 pedal functionality as a grand piano.
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The action is very good and firm, although if the volume is turned down a clunking noise from the keys is noticeable and a little annoying. (To my fingers, it plays like a stiff grand, not a squishier upright.) The sound is adequate; I've mostly used the Concert Grand setting which really demands a precise strength of touch to get the desired tone, especially when playing p or pp. It is very easy to lose notes with light playing. (The touch on the other piano settings is less stiff, but there's less dynamic range.)
When I was doing research I compared this with pianos from the Yamaha line; the price for the Casio attracted me but once I started ordering everything I needed (stand, pedal assembly, etc.) the price was really about the same as the comparable Yamaha. I preferred the touch on the Casio, however (it really is nice to play and I prefer the matte-r finish on the keys to the shiny polished plastic feel of other keyboards).
So, overall I am satisfied. BUT. There is a persistent buzzing/rattling on the Concert Grand sound when striking the A/B/C above middle C. The piano is on carpet and not against walls or anything that would vibrate. The buzz comes from the right top speaker area, from what I can tell. Not a dealbreaker, but pretty annoying.
only one keyboard is comparative in my view and that is the Studiologic sl 990.. the hammer action on that board was first rate in my view. that is until this gem of a keyboard.
a bit of background. I have always been around pianos. grew up in the church and always had access to a piano..whether it was the baby grand in the hall, an upright in the fellowship hall...or even a detuned (honkytonk sounding) upright at my parents basement r even a spinet at my great aunts trailer...this access has made me into a bit of a piano junkie.. I always love feeling and touching and playing the keys. I love the spring in the keys.
so in my search for a new piano with real keys (hammer action) I looked at many keyboards online and at music stores. I was really set on two of them. The Akai mpk88 and the Studiologic vkm188 pro. I wanted a controller really, for Reason 6.5. I researched those two boards and I was getting lackluster results but knew I wanted a hammer action keyboard..for some reason i stumbled upon the Privia line.. a digital piano really. but could control midi input and I heard the action was great on it...I went to a music store and they were all out of them..a disappointment..but then I started to watch videos on youtube of the sounds..built in sounds was a want but not a need...the 350 had a good number of sounds but I still didn't feel the keys..at the last minute I decided to go for it and buy one sight unseen. Hammer action was a big deal for me but it also came with a weight usually.. this keyboard, at 25 pounds is seemingly unheard of and I almost decided against it based on that and thinking there was no way this was going to feel as good as the studiologic I had up until 2009. When it came rather quickly from a shop in California in three days I was happy to carry the box to my really small apartment. the box was heavy and I felt duped but it is packed rather well and the box alone seems like it weighs five pounds...I hooked it up and I was astonished at how real it felt.. something so close to a real piano in such a light package.. I hadn't heard it either except on the Youtube videos made by Casio...the sound was right on the money too. I had the equivalent of a baby grand in a 25 pound package..and for a price that is great.
the samples are incredibly rich and sound wonderful
the feel of the keys, the hammer action, the simulated ivory and ebony keys are amazing.
my needs changed after having this keyboard.
I want to gig with this board too so the weight is great for that..
now i have all the great sounds from the board and Reason too. the best of both worlds
things I love...the price, the weight, the sounds, the hammer action, the feel of the keys
things not so good..the small lcd..functional but could use more space and more info...
If you love a real piano this is the closest I have encountered for the price range, even int he high price ranges too
The instrument got damaged during my first gig out. I went to a certified CASIO repair facility to have it fixed, and since then I have had nothing but issues. The screws threads that hold the case together are stripped out now, and there is a nasty vibration in the case that drives me crazy. It's not the faciest instrument in the world, but If you're looking for a good instrument for a good price, I recommend it.
Through Internet I knew about the privia PX 350 and Finally I ordered One through Amazon.
This is what I found:
Sound: Outstanding, amazing, incredible through headphones or stereo amplifier. not so good through internal speakers.
Keyboard: Touch, response and feeling like an acoustic Grand Piano.
General appearence: Like a pro keyboard.
Control Panel: Much better organized, easy to understand, easy to use. Needs a way to illuminate at poor ambient light.
Other: In my case, three pedal unit sp-33 is a must which made a much better realism.
I recommend IT?: ABSOLUTELY YES.