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New Additions to Upscale Casio Privia Line


The Privia line, known for combining the look and sound of a grand piano with innovative keyboard features from Casio continue its tradition of ground-breaking launch of new products- the PX-200 and PX-800. The new additions to the Privia series feature an innovative technology, AIF (Acoustic and Intelligent Filtering system) which boasts a brand new technique in the Stereo Sampling of the tones to greater enhance the sound experience. The Privia series is Casio’s innovative line of digital pianos that provides authentic piano sound coupled with scaled hammer action for an exquisite grand piano feel, making it possible for people to be as inspired as if they were playing on ivory. The new AIF offers acoustic resonance which reproduces the resonant effect of a grand piano damper pedal and a powerful 2 way Bass – Reflex speaker system. The PX-200, releasing in March, is a brand new addition to the Privia family that caters to the Professional Piano enthusiast. This 88 key digital piano is equipped with the tri-element AIF sound source (Acoustic and Intelligent Filtering system). The sound source provides 128 note polyphony and allows notes to reverberate naturally without being cut off during high-speed passage, giving the sound of a grand piano. The PX-200 carries a 16 watt (8w per side) sound system to effectively recreate the sound of a Grand Piano.


The PX-800 is equipped with the new revolutionary tri-element AIF sound source (Acoustic and Intelligent Filtering system). The sound source provides 128 note polyphony and allows notes to reverberate naturally without being cut off during high-speed passage, giving the sound of a grand piano. The PX-800 carries a large 40 watt (20w per side) sound system to effectively recreate the sound of a Grand Piano. A custom wood stand, 3 pedal unit is included giving the PX-800 a unique European design and elegant appearance. The Privia PX-800 will be available from March.




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