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The brown Celviano AP-250BN from Casio is a console-style, digital grand piano for the player/performer who desires an authentic grand piano experience. A tri-sensor, spring-less, 88-key scaled hammer action keyboard allows for every nuance and detail of a performance to come through. The 128-note polyphony ensures that the most demanding musical passages can be performed without dropped notes.
An updated four-layer stereo grand piano sound is at the heart of the instrument and features enhancements such as simulating the sound of open strings when the dampers are raised with the sustain pedal. Additionally, the company's AiR technology takes into consideration the speed at which the hammers strike the virtual strings at different velocities and key ranges, mimicking the authentic sounds and feel of a traditional grand piano.
The keyboard can be split or layered with two tones and a Dual Mode allows for a teacher and student to practice together. Dual headphone outputs facilitate this arrangement. Eighteen tones and sixty practice songs, along with a 2-track, single song recorder provide a variety of functions. A USB connection provides access to a computer for saving songs, or for triggering the keyboard sounds from a computer-based sequencer.
Four dynamic levels of stereo piano samples are integrated with the company's Linear Morphing System, delivering a grand piano sound with seamless transitions and excellent dynamic range
For added realism, Acoustic Resonance DSP simulates the sound of open strings when the dampers are raised by the sustain pedal
Eighteen built-in tones, with the ability to layer two sounds or split the keyboard to allow a bass sound in the left hand
Built-in library of sixty songs that can be practiced at any tempo utilizing the dual headphone outputs or the internal speaker system
Duet Mode allows student and teacher to practice at the keyboard together
128-note polyphony ensures enough horsepower is available for the most demanding musical passages
Layer sounds and use the damper pedal freely without worrying about dropped notes
Connects effortlessly to a computer via USB without the need to install drivers
Powered by AiR
AiR technology deliver realism and detail by providing damper resonance, which enhances the sounds of the dampers lifting off the strings when pushing on the sustain pedal
The technology also compensates for the speed at which hammers strike strings at different velocities and key ranges, providing the authentic sounds and feel of a traditional grand piano
In the Box
Casio Celviano AP-250BN - Digital Cabinet Piano (Brown)