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.

There's only one problem with the Casio PX-360 Privia Digital Piano: next to this lightweight, 26-pound professional stage piano, that heavy, expensive uber-workstation you've had your eye on might not look as good. With 550 supremely usable tones you can explore and customize via the sharp, bright 5.3" touchscreen display, the PX-360 offers far more than portability for a great price. It's a deserving heir to the Privia line, and a worthy addition to your gigging arsenal.

Privia Piano Sounds, Emphasis On Piano

When you see the name "Privia," you know something special is in store. The PX-360's incarnation of Casio's sound engine -- called the Multi-dimensional Morphing Acoustic and intelligent Resonator (AiR) Sound Source -- features the most impressive realism yet, rivaling the sounds of keyboards costing thousands of dollars more. This keyboard delivers authentic acoustic piano sound with the spatial depth and harmonic complexity of a true 9-foot concert grand piano. The PX-360 adds sympathetic string resonance -- the sound of un-played, un-dampened strings reverberating sympathetically with played notes -- for piano tone that's far more than an imitation. Hammer Response lets you control the time between pressing the key and hearing the strings, and Key Off simulation allows you to tweak a note's decay based on how quickly the key is released.

With 128-note polyphony, there's never a dropped tone, so feel free to play with as much simplicity or complexity as your gig read more demands. The expressiveness of the PX-360's sound is matched beautifully by its 88-key, Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer-Action Keyboard II, with keys that feel and play like a real acoustic grand piano's. They translate every nuance of your playing into dynamic, responsive, musical Privia tones. All of the keyboard's realistic tones are reproduced in full, detailed fidelity thanks to the built-in twin 8-watt speakers.

Pro Features for Band and Solo Gigs

To be a worthy gigging instrument, a digital stage piano needs to do more than deliver a stunning piano sound. That's why the PX-360 is loaded with 550 different tones, including premium organs, electric pianos, orchestral samples, expressive guitars, and an extensive selection of world percussion. A smooth pitch wheel controller adds to the playability of instruments like the harmonica and guitar. And as you'd expect from a pro-level instrument, you can split sounds across the keyboard for playing multiple parts simultaneously, or layer them to create rich polyphonic textures. Play a walking acoustic bass line with your left hand, and chords or lead flourishes with your right. And connect your PX-360 to the venue's sound system via its 1/4" line outputs -- or use its 5-pin MIDI I/O or USB MIDI to connect it to external MIDI devices.

16-Track Recording for Composition and Songwriting

The Privia PX-360's usefulness doesn't end at live performance. It makes an invaluable tool for the budding songwriter or composer, thanks to its 16-track MIDI sequencer and CD-quality WAV audio recording directly to USB sticks. The keyboard comes pre-loaded with over 200 backing rhythms that provide smart auto-accompaniment, as if you brought your own supporting players with you. You can create pop tunes, classically-inspired movements, or soundtrack scores, and then save the audio or MIDI to your USB drive to share with bandmates, clients, or teachers, or upload them to your computer for advanced production. Fire up the built-in Rhythm Editor to build up to 10 of your own User Rhythms, and save up to 50 Music Presets for fast access to your go-to Rhythms, Tones, and effects.

Features:

- 88 weighted, scaled hammer-action keys that feel like real ebony and ivory
- Realistic piano sounds from Casio's Multi-dimensionsional Morphing AiR Sound Source
- 128-note polyphony
- 550 tones (with layer and split)
- 17 types of Reverb, 16 types of Chorus, 6 types of Delay, and Master EQ/Brilliance
- Pitch Bend Wheel
- Built-in metronome
- Duet mode splits the keyboard into two equal ranges for two simultaneous players
- Classroom mode sends each side of the board to two separate audio outputs
- 200+ rhythms for built-in accompaniment
- 16-track MIDI sequencer/recorder
- Stereo audio recording and playback to USB sticks
- Fits optional CS-67P stand and SP-33 3-pedal unit
- Single pedal and music rest included

Power Supply: AD-A12150LW AC adapter (Included)
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- Number of sensors: 3
- Action: Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II
- Key surface finish: Simulated ebony and ivory keys
- Touch sensitivity: 3 sensitivity levels, off
- Sound Source: Multi-dimensional Morphing AiR Sound Source
- Max. Polyphony: 128
- Number of Built-in Tones: 550
- Digital Reverb: 17 types
- Chorus: 16 types
- Delay: 6 types
- Master EQ: Brilliance (-3 ~ 0 ~ +3)
- Key Transpose: 25 steps (-12 semitones ~ 0 ~ +12 semitones)
- Tuning Control: A4 = 415.5Hz ~ 440.0Hz ~ 465.9Hz
- Preset Temperaments: 17 Types
- Number of Built-in Rhythms: 200
- User Rhythms: 10
- Number of User Songs (Song Expansion): 100
- Capacity for User Songs: 32MB
- Demo Songs: 6
- Lesson Function: Part ON / OFF (16ch Mixer)
- Tempo Setting: 20 ~ 255BPM
- Number of Built-in Presets: 305
- User Presets: 50
- Number of Setups: 96 (4 areas x 24 banks)
- Number of Songs: 100
Number of Track: 16 Multi Track + 1 System Track
- - Capacity per song: Approximately 50,000 notes
Recording Function: Real-Time Recording, Punch-in/out
- Song Edit: Delete, Copy, Rename
- Track Edit: Delete, Copy, Rename
- Number of Songs: 100
- Recording Spec: Recording / Playback
- Recording Format: .wav (16bit, 44.1 kHz, Stereo)
- Length of Recording per song: Approximately 74 minutes
- Display: 5.3" Color Touch Panel
- PHONES: 2 (3.5mm Stereo Mini, Front)
- LINE IN: Yes (L/MONO, R: 6.3mm Mono Standard)
- LINE OUT: Yes (L/MONO, R: 6.3mm Mono Standard)
- AUDIO IN: Yes (3.5mm Stereo Mini)
- Speakers: 12cm x 2, 5cm x 2
- Amplifiers: 8 W + 8 W
- Power Source: DC 12 V
- Power Supply: AC Adapter: AD-A12150LW
- Power Consumption: 10 W
- Included Accessories: Pedal, AC Adapter, Score Stand
- Dimensions: 52.0 x 11.5 x 5.5"
- Weight: 26.2 lbs.
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Black
Shipping Weight: 35.25 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 58 x 14 x 8 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): PX360BK
Blemished, Black, USED
Shipping Weight: 35.25 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 58 x 14 x 8 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): PX360BK
Warehouse Resealed, Black, USED
Shipping Weight: 35.25 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 58 x 14 x 8 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): PX360BK

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 800-435-7732
Email:
Web: https://world.casio.com/support/

Casio PX-360 Privia Digital Piano

At the center of the Casio PX-360 is the Color Touch Interface. It is a bright, clear 5.3" display that has a full color palette and responds immediately to your touch. With this intuitive panel, you can explore the PX-360 with ease, with all the right information at your fingertips. The elegant, simple interface uses universally recognizable icons that help you take full advantage of the PX-360's diverse sounds and features.

Matching the high quality of the keys is an immersive and authentic 9-foot concert grand piano sound powered by Casio's powerful AiR (Acoustic and Intelligent Resonator) Sound Source. It uses Linear Morphing technology to create smooth, dynamic transitions from the softest to loudest sounds, as well as Damper Resonance to accurately recreate the experience of the strings resonating against the piano's soundboard when the damper pedal is pressed. String Resonance accurately models the harmonic relationships between the vibrating strings, allowing the notes to interact with one another. Hammer Response allows control over the time between pressing the key and hearing the strings, and Key Off Simulation allows control of a note's decay by how quickly the key is released. Connect the optional SP-33 pedal system to utilize soft, sostenuto, and damper pedals.

The PX-360 includes 550 Tones, covering a huge variety of musical instruments. You'll find expressive guitars, basses, strings, drums, and much more, polished with a powerful effect system. Accompany your playing with over 200 Rhythms, which provide multiple instruments that follow your playing, covering a wide spectrum of musical styles. In addition to exploring the built-in Tones and Rhythms, you can use the built-in Rhythm Editor to assemble 10 customized User Rhythms using various basslines, drum grooves, and other accompaniment parts. You can also create 50 of your own Music Presets, which encompass a Rhythm, Tones, effects, and chord progressions.

The PX-360 is always ready to take the stage. It is highly transportable, weighing in at a mere 26 pounds. It fits neatly on nearly any keyboard stand for live performance. Its 1/4" outputs can connect to any amplification source, and thoughtful additions such as MIDI I/O and 1/4" inputs give you incredible convenience for multi-keyboard rigs.

Place the PX-360 atop the optional CS-67P stand, and it becomes a beautiful addition to any home. Adding the optional SP-33 3-pedal unit will provide realistic soft, sostenuto, and damper pedals, fixed in place for an accurate piano experience. The built-in speaker system easily fills your home with beautiful sound. You can even connect your favorite music player to its audio input, creating the ultimate music dock!

When inspiration strikes, it's critical to be able to record quickly. The PX-360 lets you do just that, recording audio directly to a USB stick. Should you want to create a complete musical production, you can also use the built-in 16-track MIDI recorder. You'll see familiar recording controls on the Color Touch Interface, making the recording process smooth and simple.

The PX-360 has incredible music education potential, with features designed for lessons and music labs. Duet mode splits the keyboard into two equal ranges, allowing a teacher and student (or two students) to play side by side on a single instrument. Classroom mode adds the ability to send each side to an individual audio output, making it compatible with the most popular third party piano lab systems. Two front panel-mounted headphone jacks also make the PX-360 perfect for quiet practice or lessons.

The PX-360's class-compliant USB port connects to a PC, Mac, or iOS device with no driver installation. Easily control your favorite music software, without any extra setup.

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars. (1 ratings)
Submitted October 21, 2016 by CJ Magiera
"Casio PX 360"
Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
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Excellent piano action, very good to excellent sound limited by built in speakers. Touch screen makes navigating easy. At price point, nothing compared. Primarily, I use it for practicing piano lessons with headphone when acoustic upright cannot be played. My kids use it in their piano studies and band. Pro...too many to list. Outside of Kawai MP11 or maybe ES8, nothing close at 2 to three times price Cons..Tough to keep reading about entry level keyboard, yamaha superiority, Roland and Kawai better, etc. Enough to make me question purchase until I play it again.
Musical Background:
Returned to Piano as adult
Musical Style:
Varies, but hobby only
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