Casio 88-Key Digital Piano (PX-160CS)

  • Model #: PX-160CS
  • Web Code: 10382858
  • Release Date: 07-15-2015
$699.99

Overview

Revel in the grand piano experience that the Casio PX-160CS 88-key digital piano delivers thanks to its tri-scaled hammer action keyboard and powerful sound engine. Sporting a lightweight design, it's loaded with advanced features like a line-out slot so you can easily connect it to external loudspeakers for your jams, practices, and performances.

More Information

  • Redesigned 88-note Tri-sensor scaled hammer action keyboard is equipped with 3 sensors that will quickly and accurately capture the dynamics of your performances
  • Duet Mode allows you to divide the keyboard into 2 equal ranges so that a student and teacher can play at the same time
  • Line-out terminal makes for easy connection to external speakers for your jam sessions and performances
  • Simulated ebony and ivory keys with a 3-sensitivity-level touch response
  • Features a multi-dimensional Morphing AiR sound source and maximum polyphony of 128
  • Equipped with 18 built-in tones: Grand piano, electric piano, FM E. Piano, 60's E. Piano, Harpsichord, Vibraphone, Strings 1, Strings 2, Pipe Organ, Jazz Organ, Elec Organ 1, Elec Organ 2, Bass 1, and Bass 2
  • Digital effects include Reverb (4 types), chorus (4 types), brilliance, DSP (-3 ~ 0 ~ 3)
  • 60 built-in (Music Library) songs
  • Metronome beats: 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (Tempo range = 20 to 255)
  • SP-3 (terminal × 1) pedal and damper pedal included, as well as a 3-pedal unit connector
  • Equipped with 2 13cm/6cm rectangular speakers
  • Features two 3.5mm mini stereo headphone jacks
  • Type B, MIDI communication between the PX-160 and computer is performed using the USB Port
  • USB cable (A-B type) required to use USB terminal for computer connection
  • Also includes AC adaptor (AD-A12150LW), score book, and music book stand

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Parts - 3 Year(s)

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  • Performance Level
    All Levels
  • Keyboard Features
  • Headphone Jack
    Yes
  • LCD Display
    NO
  • Midi Connection
    Yes Through USB
  • Number of Accompaniment Voices
    128 Note Polyphony
  • Number of Instrument Voices
    18
  • Number of Keys
    88
  • Number of Illuminating Keys
    8
  • On-Board Tutor
    Yes
  • Power - Battery Type
    Not Applicable
  • Speaker Output
    8Wx 8W
  • Speaker Type
    Mono
  • USB Connection
    Yes
  • Velocity Sensitive
    Yes
  • Product Features
  • Width
    132 cm
  • Height
    76.71 cm
  • Depth
    29.21 cm
  • Weight
    21.1 kg
  • Power - AC Adapter Included
    Yes
  • Power - Batteries Included
    No
  • Pedal Included
    Yes
  • Stand Included
    Yes
  • Warranty Parts
    3 Year(s)


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  • from New Westminster, BC
5.0

I love it

It plays and sounds so like a real piano, its beautiful. Casio's customer care people are are really helpful too. I have nothing but good things to say about this product, and the whole purchase experience.


  • from New Westminster, BC
5.0

It plays like, feels like, and sounds so much like a real piano. It's beautiful.

The short story is I have nothing but good things to say about this product and this purchase experience in general. If you want the long story read on. I looked at a lot of digital pianos in music stores, read a lot of reviews, and watched a lot of you-tube videos on the subject, in the end it was really a toss up whether I would buy this, or a Yamaha P115. Unlike the Yamaha's it's hard to find a place where you can try out a PX160, but I finally found one to try out at Best Buy in West Vancouver, so I did. The Yamaha P115 and the PX160 are both very nice units, IMHO very much on par with each other. This thing plays like, feels like, and sounds so much like a real piano, its absolutely beautiful. I've had it a couple weeks now and finally got around to rigging it up to play through my old 80's era stereo with big speakers. One word, wow! To anyone with this sort of equipment laying around, I defiantly recommend trying this. Nothing brings out bass better than big speakers and this Casio can really make them sing! Some people (particularly sales persons in high end piano stores that don't carry Casio) tend to dismiss Casio, or give it a 'bad rap' which is not the least bit deserved. The truth is that these are really nice digital pianos for a really good price. I believe those sales people just want to sell more expensive brands so they can make more money. The customer service I've received from Casio Canada, and particularly their Canadian representatives for marketing and technical support "SF Marketing", (SFM for short) has just been stellar. Get this,.. when I couldn't find a PX360 to test in Vancouver , (I was also looking at PX360 before opting for PX160), I contacted Casio and bugged them about it. The SFM marketing guy for western Canada contacted me the next day, and with no obligations, offered to arrange to have one shipped in and set up at a local retailer, and then call me when ready so I could try it out. That's really good customer service. As for tech support, there have been no problems at all with my PX-160. However when I did have a little difficulty with a used 3-pedal unit that I bought off eBay, SFM tech support came through for me in diamonds. They went far beyond the call of duty by helping me out with that unit which was not even new or under warranty . That's really good customer service. No reservations at all. If you want a really nice digital piano, and want to save a hundred bucks or so over the nearest competitor, don't shy away from one of these. They are less expensive, and have equal (some might even say slightly better), features, and longer warranty. The underdogs always try harder, and Casio really deserves to score a win here.


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