Casio CTK 4400 Review

Casio CTK 4400 Review

Why We Love Casio CTK 4400 ?

Casio CTK 4400 Reviews: As you know Casio is known for making a lot of great things and one of them is making portable, affordable and great sounding keyboard for musician of all genre.

And Casio CTK 4400 is one of them. It is designed by keeping all the latest feature and affordability in mind.

If you are a teacher than I think CTK 4400 might be one of the best keyboard you should suggest to your students who are serious and dedicated in music industry.

So let’s see what CTK 4400 has to offer.

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Comparing CTK 4400 With Other Casio's Best Seller  Keyboards

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Model

Keys

Features

Price

CTK4400 61-Key Touch Sensitive Personal Keyboard

CTK 4400

61

Touch Sensitive Keys

Polyphony - 88

Lesson Mode

550+ Inbuilt Voices

Hall Effect

Bright LED Display

Casio Privia PX-160BK 88-Key Full Size Digital Piano

PX 160

88

Best Model

Great Sound 

AiR Sound Technology

Hall Simulator, Reverb Effects

3 Year Warranty

Casio WK 245

WK-245

76

Touch Response Keys

Lesson Mode

Tone - 600

Rhythms - 180

Bright Display

USB MIDI Port

Casio LK-190 61-Key Premium Lighted Keyboard

LK-190

61

Light Up Keys

Light Lesson Mode

Tone - 400

Rhythms - 150

Dance & Reverb Effect

Great Speaker

Casio CTK-2550 61-Key Portable Keyboard

CTK-2550

61

Touch Response

Lesson Function

Tones - 400

Rhythms - 100

Chordana App 

Dance/Music Mode

Casio Privia PX-870 Digital Piano

PX-870

88

Scaled Hammer Action Keys

Detailed Resonance

Sound Projection Speaker

Recording

Key Slider Cover

What CTK 4400 Offers ?

Tones and Rythms:

CTK 4400 comes pre-loaded with 600 different tones and 100 rhythms. So you can play it right out of the box and have more than enough tones to get inspired on creating something new.

From my opinion I can say that the sound of the inbuilt speakers are loud and good. But there is still some room to enhance it.

Don't want to read the whole article ? Here is a detailed video of Casio CTK 4400 review

Hall Effect:

One thing I really liked is “ Hall Effect Simulator “. It just need a push of button and you will experience like that the board is placed inside a dream venue like a cathedral.

This feature is quite nice as it lets you observe your music and sound in different surrounding and to play accordingly.

Rhythm Editor:

CTK 4400 comes with rich and detailed 180 rhythms by default.

With the built in rhythm editor you can modify them according to your need. So if you like the bass line from one rhythm you can put it in a different rhythm and save it.

There are also registration buttons which lets you save your favorite combination of rhythms sounds and effects onto a button that you can conveniently use when you are playing live. The transition between sounds are smooth and does not drop even a single beat.

Casio CTK 4400 LCD display

CTK 4400 has a bright clear LCD display on the center of the instruments. The LCD display also very helps for learning. 

The display will highlight the buttons position with hand symbol you need to play according to the song you are practicing for.

CTK 4400 offers a lot of other musical inspiration and lots of built in sound.

Now coming to the microphone. When you connect a microphone you can sample your voices and can record your voice and can connect it into the line input and then play it on the keys. It also offers a lot of effects on your recorded voice making it much cooler and useful.

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My Experience With Casio CTK 4400

The CTK 4400 has everything you need to start your musical journey.

It has 61 velocity sensitive keys, 48 polyphony, great sound, built-in speakers, Hall effect simulator, lesson mode, a headphone jack for quiet practice, battery power and a power supply.

You don't need to adjust tones or any setting like Grand pianos requires. You just need to put it out of the box and its ready to play instantly.

As I said earlier there is still some room left to enhance the speakers.

And it does not came up with USB cable to connect it with your computer.

There are also few complains that many sellers on e-commerce sites send the piano to customers without any power adaptor. So its better to order from a reputed seller.

One thing to note is that the price of Casio CTK 4400 is bit high on the Casio’s Official site as compared to Amazon. Now you know from where you have to get it.

Overall I can say that Casio CTK 4400 is much better than average piano which comes under this affordable price tag.

It has all the things a pianist looks for and will sure be your musical companion for a long run.

Casio CTK 4400 Review

Casio CTK 4400 Manual

https://support.casio.com/en/manual/008/Web_WK240_CTK4400-ES1A_EN.pdf


That's all from our end. Hope, our unbiased review of Casio CTK 4400 helped you in making a good decision. If you have any queries or different opinion or just anything, feel free to leave a comment and we will be more than happy to help you out.


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This post was most recently updated on April 14th, 2019

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4 thoughts on “Casio CTK 4400 Review

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      Daniel Cooper says:

      In my opinion, feature-wise CTK 7200 offers much more than CTK 4400 as CTK 7200 has 64 polyphony, 820 tones, and 260 rhythms whereas CTK 4400 has 48 polyphony, 600 Tones, 180 Rhythms so you can understand that CTK 7200 offers more. But on the other hand, the cost of 7200 is also more than that of 4400. So if you need these extra stuff in your play than opt for 7200 if not then 4400 will be a better option to go with.

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