Casio PX-360 Privia Digital Piano

Casio PX-360 Privia Digital Piano

You won't believe the big, expressive piano sound coming from this portable 26-pound Privia! Explore over 500 sounds with the easy-to-use touchscreen.

Casio PX-350 Privia Digital Stage Piano (88-Key)

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Play an expressive grand piano and 249 more tones on the 88-note scaled hammer-action keyboard -- plus record your performances on the 17-track sequencer.

The Casio PX-350 represents a significant step in the continuing evolution of the Privia digital piano line. A combination of updated keyboard action and a more powerful sound engine provide a level of detail, nuance and expression for a superior grand piano experience in the lightweight and stylish design that the Casio Privia line is known for.

Piano Sound

The award-winning grand piano sound in the Privia line has been dramatically improved. The PX-350 utilizes more than three times the memory of the previous generation for a more natural piano tone. In addition, Casio's proprietary sound source "AiR" (Acoustic and intelligent Resonator) provides unmatched realism and detail. This engine provides seamless dynamics for a remarkably expressive and powerful performance. For further realism, a Damper Resonance simulator provides the rich sound of the strings when the sustain pedal is used.

Key Action

The PX-350 also features a redesigned 88-note Tri-sensor scaled hammer action keyboard. The updated action features simulated Ebony and Ivory textured keys for a incredible feel and its three sensors capture the dynamics of a performance with unparalleled speed and accuracy. To further enhance the experience, the action and sound engine take into consideration the speed at which different sized hammers move inside an acoustic grand relative to the velocity the keys are pressed. This timing nuance provides the ultimate key to sound experience.

Powerful Features

The PX-350 read more has a total of 250 instrument tones built in. Strings, organs, electric pianos, brass, drums, bass and more -- and with the PX-350's registration capability, you can store your favorite splits and layers for live performance use. The PX-350 also has 180 drum patterns with full auto accompaniment and a 17 track recorder for composing your own songs. Ready for the stage or studio, the PX-350 has 1/4" audio outputs so you can easily connect the PX-350 to recording and sound reinforcement equipment.

The optional CS-67 puts the PX-350 at the proper height but can easily be removed so you can take the 25 pound digital piano to the gig. The optional SP-33 pedal system provides the same 3-pedal functionality as a grand piano.

NOTE: Power supply is included.
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- Keyboard: Number of keys and sensors; 88 keys / 3 sensors per key
- Hammer Action: Scaled Hammer Action
- Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II
- Key surface finish: White Keys: ivory feel Black Keys: ebony feel
- Stabilizer: Yes
- Touch Sensitivity: 3 sensitivity levels, off
- Sound Source: AiR (Acoustic & intelligent Resonator)
- Multi-dimensional Morphing AiR Sound Source
- Max. Polyphony: 128
- Tones: Number of Built-in Tones; 250
- Number of direct tone select buttons: 6
- Duet Mode: Yes
- Layer: Yes
- Split: Yes
- Octave Shift: Yes
- Simulator: Hammer Response; Yes (Preset for piano tones)
- Damper Resonance: Yes (Preset for piano tones)
- Digital: Reverb; 4
- Effects: Chorus; 4
- Brilliance: 3 ~ 0 ~ +3
- DSP: Yes (Preset for some tones)
- Auto Harmonize: Yes
- Key Transpose: 25 steps (-12 semitones ~ 0 ~ +12 semitones)
- Tuning Control: A4 = 415.5Hz ~ 440.0Hz ~ 465.9Hz
- Rhythms: Number of Built-in Rhythms; 180
- User Rhythms: 10
- Number of direct rhythms select buttons: 8
- One Touch Preset: Yes
- Rhythm Editor: Yes
- Music Library: User Songs; 10
- Capacity for User Songs: Approx. 3.2MB (Approx. 320KB/song)
- Demo Songs: 6
- Metronome: Yes
- Tempo Setting: 20 ~ 255BPM
- Tapping Function: Yes
- Music Preset: Number of built-in presets; 300 (including chord progressions)
- User presets: 50
- Editing Parameters: Yes
- Registration: Yes
- Memory: Number of setups; 96 (4 areas x 24 banks)
- Recorder: Real Time Rec, Punch IN/OUT
- Number of Tracks/Songs: 17 Tracks, 5 songs
- Audio Recording/Playback: Yes (44.1kHz WAV Format / max. 25 min. )
- Pedals: Included : SP-3 Optional : SP-33
- Half-Damper pedal Operation: Yes (with optional SP-33)
- Display: LCD with backlight
- Pitch Bend Wheel: Yes
- Terminals: USB (to host); Yes
- USB (to device): Yes
- Pedal: 2 (Damper, Soft/Sostenuto)
- Connector for 3-Pedal Unit: Yes
- PHONES / OUTPUT: 2 (Stereo Standard)
- LINE IN: Yes
- Speakers: (13 cm x 6 cm) x 2
- Tweeter: 5 cm x 2
- Amplifiers: 8 W + 8 W
- Power Source: DC 12 V
- Power Supply: AC Adapter : AD-A12150
- Auto Power Off: Yes
- Power Consumption: 18-W
- Included: Score Stand; Yes
- Accessories: Pedal; Yes (SP-3)
- AC Adapter: Yes
- Color Variations: Black (BK) White (WE)
- Compatible Stand: CS-67
- Optional 3-Pedal Unit: SP-33
- Unit Size & Weight: Dimensions; 1,322 x 286 x 135 mm (w/o score stand), 52" x 11.25" x 5.3"
- with optional CS67 stand: 1,322 x 286 x 760 mm
- Weight: 11.5kg (w/o score stand)
- with optional stand: 21.0kg

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 800-435-7732

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. (10 ratings)
Submitted September 8, 2013 by David Sumner
"You are getting the real deal when you purchase this instrument"
Overall: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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There are many digital pianos less than 1K but not many are as feature packed as the Casio Privia PX-350. Are there ones with more features? Yes, but in end they are seriously lacking in other areas. You are getting the real deal when you purchase this instrument. The Sound it produces is very dynamic and expressive, that is rare to find in digital pianos less than 1k. The synthetic Ebony and Ivory feel is unheard of in digital pianos under $2500. Normally Casio is playing catch up in the digital piano game but as of late they have been a step ahead of the game and raising the bar enough to make it competitors nervous. I’m Curious to see how Yamaha will answer to this. Their last Digital piano in this class was the Yamaha P155 which is still a beast in its own right but it is starting to look a bit dated.

The Casio PX-350 relies on both the Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Keyboard and the AiR which means acoustic & intelligent resonator. These to features combined produce an unprecedented sound and feel that wasn’t seen before in a keyboard that can be purchased less than 1k. All of the piano sounds are great, but some of the other 250 tones are hit or miss. The beauty of having Midi or USB Midi is you get pretty much unlimited amount of tones. As stated earlier the on-board speakers sound great as long as you stay under the max volume (the highest I go is about ¾ the way) then you lose a bit of dynamics and in some cases may experience speaker read more popping. Audio recorded to an USB Flash drive sounds amazing. It will produce a Wav file, but I noticed that the volume is tad on the low side so I suggest normalizing it using an Audio application such as Audacity. Audio through a PA or amps sound great as well.

There are so many features on this digital piano that makes it way more valuable than it is priced.

Ease of Use
Overall it is fairly easy to use...

The Casio PX-350 is built for the traveling performer, it is light weight and easy to travel with. The built in speakers are sufficient for playing in small to medium sized room without the need for amplification. I congratulate Casio for making it look and feel less like a toy, but I guess that goes for all of their Privia line instruments. I love that they put a Standard USB port on the front of the Keyboard that will allow you to plug in an External Hard Drive or a flash drive to record audio to in either WAV or MIDI format. I also found this port to be useful for charging devices like my tablet or phone or power them while I'm lead sheet reading. It is also very useful for plugging in USB lights and fans. On the downside I don’t really like that they placed the headphone jacks on the back of the instrument. The front or even the side would have been more practical if you ask me. I have also noticed that over time the keys seem to make more noise than when I first got it especially my F# 1 key…

The Wow Factor
This is a awesome Digital Piano and i highly recommend it. Read my full Review with demos at

Musical Background:
Voice, Piano,

Musical Style:
Hip-Hop, R&B, Jazz, Classical, Gospel, Ragtime, Blues, Soul
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