Why we Love Casio Privia PX 160
This is the Review of Cassio’s Privia PX 160.
It has bunch of enhancements and sound and features over its predecessor the PX 150 and it’s still at an unbeatable price and is one of the tough competitor in affordable mid price range piano.
What I like about Casio is the tons of features it offers. And It does not looks complicated or confusing.
The layout of the 160 is very simple, it only has one volume knob and a few buttons.
Three of the eight buttons take you quickly to grande or electric piano sound.
And the other 15 sounds are accessed by pressing and holding the function button and then pressing a key on keyboard between c 4 and f 5.
The grand piano sound in the PX 160 is recorded from a nine-foot concert grand piano in the four dynamic levels and the damper pedel uses simulated damper resonance too.
What Casio Privia PX 160 Offers
Casio PX 160 offers five piano sounds, five electric piano sounds, harpsichord, vibes a newly developed string ensemble sound and organ sounds.
The 160 has split and layered capabilities,
letting you play bass in your left hand and have two layered sounds in your right hand
And duet mode let’s the keyboard be split into two equal ranges so a student and teacher can use the piano at the same time.
The Casio PX 160 has a full range weighted 88 key keyboard.
It also has simulated evany and ivory texture keys for an awesome fell.
It also has eight powerful eight watt speakers that deliver an amazing sound.
The speaker system is open in the front but it’s also ported in the back which gives a remarkable sound when the PX 160 is up against a wall.
It also makes it easy to be used in the classroom or in any other situation where sound needs to be projected towards an audience.
The built-in two track recorder a metronome lets you practice at any tempo and later listen back to what you just played.
The recording features can also be used to capture moments of creativity and to remember song ideas.
It’s easy to connect the 160 to your computer with its built-in USB MIDI interface .
Since it has 88 weighted keys it can also be used as a controller keyboard with your music software application.
Casio PX 160 is one of the best selling digital piano from Casio and everything about it is near to perfect.
Although the price is on mid range but trust me on this that Casio PX 160 is worth every single penny.
It has excellent sounds, loads of features, 88 Weighted Keys and everything a pianist or a musician looking for.
With 90% positive reviews over Amazon simply reflects that how much love the piano is getting from musician all around the word.
So, In short, Just Grab it.
Till than Keep Playing and Spread Love.