Casio

Hands-on Review
In the following video, Rob Rives and Prentis Thompson demonstrate two portable keyboards and two digital pianos, taking us through the differences and features of the Yamaha PSR-E243 and... READ MORE
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11 months ago
Hands-on Review

Everybody wants something better for their children than they had for themselves. It’s a function of the American dream. It’s also a manufacturer’s dream. The hottest new toy can create a frenzy around the holiday season that can only be duplicated in certain shark-infested waters in the Pacific.

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1 year ago
Hands-on Review

“Portable keyboard” is a vague term, but with all kinds of musicians traversing the world with different needs, maybe being vague is a good thing. In this article, we’ll look at a range of portable keyboards; some appropriate for your first piano lesson, some appropriate for your 300th performance of the year. While most keyboards are technically portable, our focus will be on readily transportable keyboards.

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1 year ago
Hands-on Review

There’s nothing like the experience of playing a grand piano. Everything from the resistance of the keys to the scent of the soundboard is intoxicating. However, if you aren’t Ben Folds or Billy Joel, moving a grand piano from gig to gig presents quite a challenge.

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2 years ago
News

Casio recently announced four new digital pianos in the popular Privia line: the PX-150, PX-350, PX-750 and PX-850. All of these instruments provide a realistic sounding and authentic feeling piano-playing experience, complete with built-in speakers and multiple instrument sounds.

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2 years ago
Hands-on Review

A cornucopia is a symbol of abundance. With this in mind, it’s fitting to picture the B&H Pro Audio department as an abundant cornucopia, brimming with Digital Pianos, Arranger and Portable Keyboards. 

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2 years ago
Tips and Solutions

The iPad has proven itself to be an outstanding tool for normal daily activities, like surfing the web in your pajamas. In the arena of music production, iPads have changed the script completely. Audio and MIDI apps are a perfect fit for Apple’s generously-sized multi-touch device.

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2 years ago
Buying Guide

At B&H, we currently stock about 100 point-and-shoot cameras; all of them are capable of shooting terrific photographs, and in most cases, video. The choices are far narrower, however, for those seeking digicams that can take an occasional dunk in the drink, an accidental fall, a tropical schvitz, or a high-altitude freeze. If this describes your lifestyle, the following 10 digicams are specifically designed to take a rougher ride than most of the larger, pricier cameras we sell at B&H (and at a fraction of the price!).


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2 years ago
News

It’s been over twenty years since Casio has made a synthesizer for the pro market, but at NAMM 2012 they announced the XW-P1 and XW-G1, two competitively-priced, yet very capable keyboards that have a lot to offer. Make no mistake, Casio is back, and they’re back in a big way.

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2 years ago
Hands-on Review

Having an acoustic piano in your home is a real pleasure. However, beginning and advanced musicians both really benefit from being able to practice and compose privately on headphones, at any hour, day or night. 

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2 years ago
Hands-on Review

Portable keyboards have an uncanny ability to make musical exploration fun. They’re great for beginners because they have built-in music lessons, and everyone enjoys tinkering around with their exotic instrument sounds and pre-programmed rhythms.

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2 years ago
Hands-on Review

One of the things we appreciate about cutting edge lens technology is that it’s now possible to squeeze insanely wide range zoom lenses into palm-sized camera bodies.

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2 years ago
Hands-on Review

Shopping in person has always held a distinct advantage over shopping online in that you could pick up the product and examine it every which way. But now, even that’s changing.

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3 years ago
Buying Guide

Not long ago, point-and-shoot cameras had zoom lenses that seldom went beyond the optical range of a 35-105mm lens on a conventional 35mm camera. Not so anymore. Thanks to numerous advancements in optical technologies, digicams now feature 8x to 14x zooms that despite their 20 -something to 200-300mm-plus focal ranges, still slip easily into your pocket.

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3 years ago
Hands-on Review

The trouble with projectors is that their mercury lamps burn out after 2,000 to 5,000 hours and cost hundreds of dollars to replace. Casio has a better idea—projectors that incorporate a hybrid light source comprised of LEDs and lasers and a novel way to mix primary colors. The result is the Green Slim line of DLP-based models that run for 20,000 hours—illumination for the life of the projector.

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3 years ago