Casio PX-S1100 Digital Piano Feels and Sounds Like a Grand Piano

Casio America announced today the release of the PX-S1100, the latest addition to the award-winning Privia PX-S series of digital pianos. The PX-S1100 replaces the PX-S1000, one of the top-selling digital pianos on the market today and earned its reputation for sound and features that punch far above its price class. The new model retains its stylish design in the world’s slimmest body while offering an inviting keyboard touch and stunningly realistic piano sound, making it

The new PX-S1100 makes the most of Casio’s advanced technology with a sophisticated design and boasting the world’s slimmest depth. With gold accents and three color variations—black, white, and red—the PX-S1100 has a minimalist, elegant and clean appearance, featuring a mirror-like, flat control panel. All settings are handled by touch buttons that disappear when the piano is powered off.

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Despite its slim profile, the feel of the PX-S1100 duplicates a grand piano with a weighted action that is subtly heavier in the lower range and becomes lighter as the player ascends the keyboard. Improved string resonance reproduces the complex harmonics of an acoustic piano.

Connected features of the PX-S1100 stand above its competitors, as the included WU-BT10 adapter adds Bluetooth MIDI and audio capabilities, allowing users to connect wirelessly to compatible Bluetooth devices and transform the piano itself into a Bluetooth speaker.

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The dedicated Chordana Play for Piano app opens a whole world of control and education features, letting players control all functions of the piano from a tablet (connected via Bluetooth or a USB cable) and providing real-time interactive lessons that make learning music more engaging. The PX-S1100 will be available for purchase in September at Music retailers nationwide and