AHL sound source
AHL is the acronym for "Acoustic & Highly-compressed Large-wave form", a technology for sound production developed by CASIO. This technology produces extremely realistic reproduction of acoustic instruments, the piano in particular.
Enables dynamic playing by differing sound intensity and sound properties in response to the keystroke. A light, slow stroke sounds soft and gentle, while a hard stroke sounds loud and powerful.
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.
As the name suggests, this function allows users to tune the instrument to another instrument, such as an out-of-tune piano.
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.
Digital effect that adds reverberation to the timbre.
Scaled Hammer Action
"Hammer action" means that the digital piano keyboard is weighted with little 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.
The transpose function shifts the scale on the keyboard by semitones, for instance so that an F would be played on the C key.
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.
2x 8-watt speaker system
Pedal connection (1x)
Includes mains adapter, SP-3 pedal, music book, music stand
48-note polyphony (max.)
Headphone connection (1x)
5 practice pieces
Weight 11.4 kg