Casio: state-of-the-art technology

Featuring refined aesthetics, notable portability and state-of-the-art technology, the new range of Privia pianos from Casio aims to bring a breath of fresh air to the world of electronic instruments.

Casio’s Privia range pushes the boundaries when it comes to digital pianos. Spearhead of the series, the new PX-S7000 is distinguished by a keyboard combining resin and wood, and a piece of furniture whose modern design, all in lightness, integrates three pedals as well as a keyboard cover. It is available in black, white, or the most original finish, mustard yellow. To its vast sampling of acoustic pianos, to its preset sounds, to its reinforced amplification of 4 x 8W with spatial sound and microphone input, are added numerous effects offering musicians multiple additional uses. And as a bonus, a touch worthy of a grand piano!

Playstyle flexibility

the PX-S6000 differs from the PX-S7000 by a finish combining a black lacquered rear with a hazelnut-coloured front. Equipped with the same sound system, keyboard, and bluetooth, it includes the optional black CS-90 cabinet as well as the SP-34 pedal unit. Transportable to be used in different places, it also stands out for its flexibility in playing style.

The PX-S5000 finally completes this new Privia range, in addition to the already existing models – the PX-S3100 and PX-S1100 –, by integrating the same intelligent hybrid hammer mechanism keyboard as that of the higher models. Always with a fully touch-sensitive lacquered control panel. Its minimalist appearance and shiny black body give it an undeniable elegance. Ideal for anyone looking for the authentic sound and feel of a grand piano combined with a clean, contemporary look.

Indicative prices:PX-S7000: from €2,499 to €2,699 (depending on finish).PX-S6000: from 1799 euros (piano alone) to 2322 €. (with furniture and pedals).PX-S5000: €1149.

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