New Casio Pianos

Privia line extended with the PX-130 and PX-330      12/08/09
New Casio Pianos


Casio believe that their Privia line revolutionized the digital piano market, providing a lightweight portable instrument with the sound and feel of a grand piano without the grand price tag. Now they say that the revolution continues with two new additions to the Privia line – the PX-130 for beginner and semi-professional musicians and the PX-330 for semi-professional to professional musicians.
Here's the details directly from Casio...
The Privia digital pianos combine unprecedented sound quality and performance in a sleek, lightweight package (under 30 lbs). The PX-130 and PX-330 feature new technologies including a USB storage mode that allows you to transfer music files two and from your computer and a Duet Mode that allows two players to use the instrument simultaneously. The PX-130 and PX-330 introduce a whole new digital piano experience, making the sound more detailed, expressive and natural.
Features
  • Four Dynamic Layers of Stereo Piano Samples
    When integrated with Casio's Linear Morphing System, the PX-130 and PX-330 deliver a more realistic sound with seamless transitions and superior dynamic range
  • Tri-Sensor 88-Note Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard
    This keyboard action provides users with the weight, feel and resistance of a grand piano. Tri-Sensors ensure that every detail and nuance of the performance is captured.
  • 128-Note Polyphony
    The PX-130 and PX-330 have the ability to handle the most demanding musical passages, layer sounds and use the damper pedal without dropping notes
  • Acoustic Resonance Effect
    It simulates the sound of dampers released off the strings with the sustain pedal, taking realism to a new level
  • Duet Mode
    This allows for students and teachers to work in equal ranges simultaneously.
  • USB Connectivity
    The PX-130 and PX-330 are ready to work with computer applications, making each a dual purpose instrument for performance and controller keyboard for the home studio. The USB port also allows the user to easily move music files between the keyboard and their computer.
Pricing and Availability:
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