Casio Continues to Improve their Digital Keyboards Lineup by Launching Newer Privia Piano Models
For long, the portable digital piano space has been largely dominated by competitors, but in the last couple of years Casio has managed to find a foothold in that category through their Privia digital pianos.
Casio, one of the major players in the electronic musical instruments domain, recently launched new models in their popular privia piano series. In a recently concluded launch party, which was also meant to commemorate the significant milestones that Casio has achieved in the digital musical instrument category, four new digital pianos were launched.
Fans of Casio would rejoice on hearing this news as Casio, in the last few years, has been aggressively trying to shed-off the image of being a beginner-centric brand. They have made several new launches recently in their digital keyboard instruments segment. And to add to their already good-looking inventory, Casio, after originally announcing it at the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) show in July, added the px-150, px-350, px-750, and the px-850 to their already popular Privia digital pianos.
This is what Stephen Schmidt, Vice President of Casio’s Electronic Musical Instruments Division had to say. “Casio prides itself in continuing to evolve the Privia line, as well as all of its musical instruments, in order to meet the needs of today’s musicians and provide them with quality products to express their passion of music and performance.” And going by their recent launches, Casio indeed is working hard towards realizing that goal.
These Privia digital pianos are now equipped with Casio’s new proprietary sound source, “AiR” (Acoustic and intelligent Resonator), which results in richer and more natural piano sounds, amazing dynamics, and simulates the hammer response, damper and string resonance of a real acoustic piano.
It also features a redesigned 88-note Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard, with simulated ebony and ivory textured keys for a much authentic piano playing experience.
The original features which made the Privia pianos so popular, such as stylish and lightweight designs are still retained which makes these even more attractive to the onstage performers out there.
All these models also feature the Duet Mode which makes it easy for two players to practice using headphones, without disturbing others.
For long, the portable digital piano space has been largely dominated by competitors, but in the last couple of years Casio has managed to find a foothold in that category through their Privia digital pianos. And they are only trying to consolidate their position by launching newer and better models.
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