Casio AP-400 New Cabinet-type Electronic Piano in its CELVIANO series

Casio announced today the release of a new electronic piano in its CELVIANO series, the AP-400. The new CELVIANO AP-400, despite being a basic model in the series, incorporates Casio‘s Triple Element AIF Sound Source, which is normally found in higher-end models. Using this technology, the tonal quality of a note that is played changes smoothly and naturally as the note decays, and the tonal quality also varies depending on how hard a key is struck. The Casio AP-400 uses a Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard.
The AP-400 comes with Duet Mode, which splits the keyboard in the middle and lets two people play together in the same register.

The cabinet-type unit features a highly elegant design with forward feet. The Casio AP-400 is toned in a brown rosewood color, and the cherry-toned AP-400CY completes the lineup, allowing purchasers to choose a piano color that best complements their interior decor.

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