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Casio believe that their Privia
line revolutionized the digital piano market, providing a lightweight portable instrument with the sound and feel of a grand piano without the grand price tag. Now they say that the revolution continues with two new additions to the Privia line â€“ the PX-130
for beginner and semi-professional musicians and the PX-330
for semi-professional to professional musicians.
Here's the details directly from Casio...
The Privia digital pianos combine unprecedented sound quality and performance in a sleek, lightweight package (under 30 lbs). The PX-130 and PX-330 feature new technologies including a USB storage mode that allows you to transfer music files two and from your computer and a Duet Mode that allows two players to use the instrument simultaneously. The PX-130 and PX-330 introduce a whole new digital piano experience, making the sound more detailed, expressive and natural.
Pricing and Availability:
- Four Dynamic Layers of Stereo Piano Samples
When integrated with Casio's Linear Morphing System, the PX-130 and PX-330 deliver a more realistic sound with seamless transitions and superior dynamic range
- Tri-Sensor 88-Note Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard
This keyboard action provides users with the weight, feel and resistance of a grand piano. Tri-Sensors ensure that every detail and nuance of the performance is captured.
- 128-Note Polyphony
The PX-130 and PX-330 have the ability to handle the most demanding musical passages, layer sounds and use the damper pedal without dropping notes
- Acoustic Resonance Effect
It simulates the sound of dampers released off the strings with the sustain pedal, taking realism to a new level
- Duet Mode
This allows for students and teachers to work in equal ranges simultaneously.
- USB Connectivity
The PX-130 and PX-330 are ready to work with computer applications, making each a dual purpose instrument for performance and controller keyboard for the home studio. The USB port also allows the user to easily move music files between the keyboard and their computer.