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The Casio PX-800 is a digital piano featuring 88 weighted hammer-action keys, 128-note polyphony, 162 built-in tones

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The Casio PX-800 is a digital piano featuring 88 weighted hammer-action keys, 128-note polyphony, 162 built-in tones, and real-time recording, and a song library with 60 built-in songs and space for 10 user songs. Designed for elegance, the PX-800 comes with a custom wood stand and damper/soft sostenuto pedals that almost make the entire unit look like a real piano. The keys are touch-sensitive, though some say they’re a bit heavy. But signature is the 128-note polyphone, which allows stereo sampled piano voices to sound realistic. The two-way, 40w speaker system helps too, though there are stereo line inputs for connecting to a PA system. However, the light plastic bar that supports the food pedal is flimsy. Plus the key covers are not made out of quality wood, which takes away from the unit’s elegance.

Features
  • Elegant Digital Piano
  • 88 Weighted Hammer-Action Keys
  • 128-Note Polyphony
  • 162 Built-In Tones
  • Touch-Sensitive Keys
  • Custom Wooden Stand
  • Two-Way, 40W Speaker System
  • Four Reverb/Chorus Effects
  • Acoustic Resonance
  • Integrated Song Library
  • Real-Time Recording
  • SD Card Slot
  • Two Headphone Connections
  • Stereo Like Out
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