Casio PX-350 Privia 88-Key Digital Piano (White)

Casio PX-350 Privia 88-Key Digital Piano (White)

Casio PX-350 Privia 88-Key Digital Piano (White)

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Product Highlights

  • Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard
  • AiR Proprietary Sound Source
  • 250 Built-In Tones
  • 180 Drum Patterns
  • Damper Resonance Simulator
  • Onboard Digital Effects
  • Integrated 17-Track Recorder
  • Class-Compliant MIDI and USB Connections
  • Ebony and Ivory Textured Keys
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Casio PX-350 overview

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The white PX-350 Privia 88-Key Digital Piano from Casio features the AiR sound source engine, which provides accurate instrument modeling with a high level of sonic detail. The Tri-sensor scaled hammer action, combined with a Damper Resonance simulator, gives the user a close feel to an acoustic piano.

The 88-note scaled hammer action keyboard features simulated ebony and ivory textured keys. Three sensors per key capture the dynamics of a performance. The PX-350 mimics the variable hammer timing that occurs naturally inside of an acoustic grand, relative to the attack velocity.

The PX-350 has a total of 250 instrument tones built in, including strings, organs, electric pianos, brass, drums, bass, and more. The PX-350's registration capability allows you to store splits and layers for live performance use. The PX-350 also has 180 drum patterns with auto-accompaniment and a 17-track recorder.

Class-compliant USB connectivity allows the PX-350 to be used with Mac or Windows. PX-350 can also function as a MIDI controller.

PX-350 Privia 88-Key Digital Piano
  • Tri-sensor scaled hammer action keyboard
  • AiR proprietary sound source
  • 250 built-in tones
  • 180 built-in drum patterns
  • Integrated 17-track recorder
  • Damper resonance simulator
  • Onboard digital effects
  • Class-compliant MIDI and USB connections
  • Ebony and ivory textured keys
UPC: 079767361785
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Casio PX-350 Privia 88-Key Digital Piano (White)
  • Score Stand
  • SP3R Piano Sustain Pedal sevtqwyeduvvsffrbrvewtuadqvrsedryuru
  • 12V AC Adapter For Keyboards
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Casio PX-350 specs

    Keys/Sensors 88 keys
    3 sensors per key
    Action Type Scaled hammer action
    Finish White Keys: Ivory feel
    Black Keys: Ebony feel
    Stabilizer Yes
    Touch Sensitivity 3 sensitivity levels, off
    Sound Engine AiR (Acoustic & intelligent Resonator) sound source
    Polyphony Max. 128 notes
    Tones Built-in: 250
    Tone select buttons: 6
    Duet Mode: Yes
    Layer: Yes
    Split: Yes
    Octave Shift: Yes
    Response Hammer Response: Yes (preset for piano tones)
    Damper Resonance: Yes (preset for piano tones)
    Digital Effects Reverb: 4 types
    Chorus: 4 types
    Brilliance: adjustable from -3 to +3
    DSP: Yes (preset for certain tones) Auto Harmonize: Yes
    Transpose 25 steps (-12 semitones to +12 semitones)
    Tuning A4 = 415.5 Hz to 465.9 Hz, variable
    Rhythm Patterns Number of built-in rhythms: 180
    User rhythms: 10
    Number of direct rhythms select buttons: 8 One touch preset: Yes
    Rhythm editor: Yes
    Library User songs: 10
    User song capacity: 3.2 MB
    Demo Songs 6
    Metronome Yes
    Tempo Setting 20 to 255 BPM
    Tap tempo function: Yes
    Presets Number of built-in presets: 300 (including chord progressions)
    User presets: 50
    Editing paramters: Yes
    Registration Yes
    Memory 96 (4 areas x 24 banks)
    Recorder Real time recording, Punch In/Out
    Number of tracks/songs: 17 tracks, 5 songs
    Playback Yes (44.1 kHz WAV Format / max. 25 min. )
    Pedals Included: SP-3
    Optional: SP-33
    Half-Damper Pedal: Yes (with SP-33)
    Display LCD with backlight
    Pitch Wheel Yes
    Terminals USB (to host): Yes
    USB (to device): Yes
    Pedal: 2 (Damper, Soft/Sostenuto)
    Connection for 3-Pedal Unit: Yes
    MIDI In/Out Yes
    Headphone Outputs 2 x 1/4" TRS Stereo
    Line In 1 x 1/4" TRS - L/Mono
    1 x 1/4" TRS - R
    Line Output 1 x 1/4" TRS - L/Mono
    1 x 1/4" TRS - R
    Speakers 2 x oval 5.1" x 2.4" / 13 x 6 cm speakers
    2 x round 2" / 5 cm tweeters
    Amplifiers 8 W + 8 W
    Power Source 12 VDC
    Power Supply AC Adapter : AD-A12150
    Auto Power Off Yes
    Power Consumption 18 W
    Dimensions (W x D x H) 52 x 11.25 x 5.3" / 1322 x 286 x 135 mm
    Weight 24.35 lb / 11.5 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 34.9 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 58.0 x 15.0 x 8.0"

    Casio PX-350 reviews

    PX-350 Privia 88-Key Digital Piano (White) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding Digital Piano As an excellent piano simulator with quite good synthesizer options this is a hit. Excellent sound and feel, even with the onboard speakers. You really get the feel and sound qualities, including the weight of the keys and the resonance and decay properties. You must be willing to press the keys with force, unlike a typical inexpensive keyboard. But you need the manual if you want to take advantage of all the digital processing/recording operations because you have to work through menus that are not intuitive. Arrived in perfect condition and operating order.
    Date published: 2013-01-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent for Gigs and Recording This keyboard is a great value and plays very well. After using the keyboard for several months while playing jazz gigs and a 3-night musical on it, I can verify that it is excellent for working pianists. The included instrument sounds are of high quality and sound even better with a pair of headphones on. The on-board speakers can get quite loud, but will be drowned out if playing with wind instruments or a rhythm section. In these cases, an external amp solves the problem. It is surprisingly light and very portable compared to other keyboards I've used, which is a huge plus when traveling to gigs. I also use the keyboard as a MIDI instrument with Logic Pro X and it works without any setup time at all. I would highly recommend it.
    Date published: 2018-05-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Digital Piano In my opinion, this is as close as you can get to the sound and feel of an acoustic piano. As a previous working musician, I started with a Fender Rhodes, and have had other pianos over the years. What made me decide on the PX 350, was the sound and keyboard action. ( plus the recording features ) If you like to experiment, compose and record your own music, this is the piano to try. As far as value for the money, I give this a 100%.
    Date published: 2013-02-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sounds and Plays Great, Packed With Features This piano is the best value in digital pianos. It sounds and plays great, and it has a full complement of connection ports including line in and out, real DIN MIDI ports, and dual headphones. It has a 17-track recorder and record to USB stick, 250 piano, organ, bass, strings, and other voices, editable rhythm accompaniments, and many more features. The most important feature to me is its realistic piano touch and sound. The various piano voices are quite good, and the key action is very much like an acoustic piano. All of this goodness is packed into 25 pounds, so it's easy to carry to gigs. The onboard sound system is pretty good, and it really comes to life in a set of good headphones, or connected to a good external sound system. The one annoyance is key thump on release; your audience won't hear it but you will. You have to go considerably up the price scale to get a digital piano without thumpy keys. If you don't need all the voices, connection ports, and fancy onboard recorder you can save a chunk of money by purchasing the Casio PX-150. It plays and sounds pretty much the same, and I think it is the #1 budget digital piano.
    Date published: 2015-05-26
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