Digital effect used for piano timbres in particular; the sound becomes brighter and more powerful (brilliance).
Digital effect used to double the timbre, making the sound more vibrant, broader and much livelier. This effect is used for digital piano or organ timbres in particular.
The nuances generated by pressing the damper pedal are authentically replicated.
Duet mode is designed, just like the "Split" function, to divide the keyboard into two zones.
However, the range and the timbre are identical in this mode. This feature allows two musicians to play a piano duet or to practice together on one instrument.
As the name suggests, this function allows users to tune the instrument to another instrument, such as an out-of-tune piano.
The specific feel of an acoustic piano also comes from the delay between striking the key and the sounding of the string.
The size and mass of the hammer heads and the time that elapses until they hit the strings are directly linked to the pitch and striking intensity on the keyboard. CASIO Hammer Response technology reproduces this mechanical property of an acoustic instrument.
High Resolution Velocity
High Resolution Velocity is a new technology developed by CASIO and is approved by the MIDI Manufacturers Association. Instead of 127 steps, this technology provides 16,000 steps of the keyboard’s touch response, enabling musicians to reproduce every nuance of a grand piano’s dynamics.
This function layers two timbres, such as soft piano sounds combined with bowed string instruments, perfectly suited for ballads as well as slow and romantic songs.
The metronome beats in the preset time signature as a guide for keeping to the right tempo.
This setting shifts the octaves on the keyboard to the more comfortable middle zone when playing pieces of music that require users to play on the very low or high zones of the keyboard.
3-pedal unit (integrated)
Classic pedal unit as found on the majority of acoustic pianos and concert pianos: 1x damper pedal, 1x sostenuto pedal and 1x soft pedal.
Digital effect that adds reverberation to the timbre.
Tuning based on different scales allows users to play other sequences of semitones and whole tones, which enables them to play in different modes, such as old ecclesiastical modes.
Scaled Hammer Action II
The II in Scaled Hammer Action II stands for an improved keyboard developed by CASIO. "Hammer action" means that the digital piano keyboard is weighted with small hammers to provide realistic touch sensitivity, just like that of a real grand piano. "Scaled" means that the weight of the keys decreases from the low to the high keys, just like on an acoustic instrument.
Option to divide the keyboard into two zones playing differing timbres, e.g. bass with your left hand and piano or vibraphone with your right hand when playing jazz or swing pieces.
Synthetic ebony and ivory texture
The elegant keyboard design provides the same luxurious feel and look as genuine ebony and ivory. The carefully roughened surface texture prevents fingers from slipping, even after playing for a long time.
The transpose function shifts the scale on the keyboard by semitones, for instance so that an F would be played on the C key.
The new CASIO keyboard mechanism features three sensors per key; these sensors detect the intensity with which the key is struck to reproduce the response of a grand piano. This precise measurement also allows extremely sophisticated playing techniques at a high repetition speed.
USB port (PC)
Port for a USB cable to connect the instrument to a PC or Mac for the purpose of MIDI and/or data transfer.
Headphone connection (2x)
60 practice pieces
Sequencer (2 tracks x 1 song)
A sequencer allows you to record your own ideas and compositions on the instrument (MIDI). It is possible to record and edit several songs with up to 17 tracks per song, depending on the sequencer’s size, thus creating complex arrangements.
128-note polyphony (max.)
2x 8-watt speaker system
Weight 39.5 kg
Includes mains adapter, music book, music stand