Casio Privia PX770 Digital Piano
The Casio PX770 is superb sounding digital piano in the Privia range of slimline instruments. Whilst being the ideal beginner's piano, the PX770 is also perfect for use as a practice instrument for the more advanced pianist.
Realistic Feel Keyboard Action
In order to get the utmost expression and feeling into the performance, a high quality keyboard action is required. The PX770 delivers by using Casio's Tri-sensor Scaled hammer Action Keyboard. The white keys are simulated ivory, whilst the black keys are simulated ebony. The key touch can be adjusted to one of 3 levels to suit the player's individual needs.
19 Instrument Voices With 128 Notes Polyphony (maximum)
The PX770 utilizes Casio's Multi-dimensional Morphing AiR to create life-like piano tones. There are 19 different voices (sounds) to choose from, including acoustic pianos, electric pianos, strings, organ, harpsichord and many more useful tones for all different styles of music. The Duet Mode on the PX770 splits the piano into two equal pitch ranges, allowing a student and teacher to sit at the same instrument.
It is possible to layer two voices together and also split the keyboard so you have different sounds on the upper and lower sections of the keyboard.
Digital Effects Enhance The Sound
The Casio PX770 has an on-board professional quality effects which enhance the sound even further. Reverb effects simulate the sound of performing in large concert halls, and chorus effects can be applied to electronic pianos to give a warm, detuned effect - this was always popular with Fender Rhodes and Wurlitzer style piano sounds for the 60's and 70's! There are additional digital effects which are preset for some of the other instrument voices.
Transpose & Tuning
A benefit of a digital piano is the ability to be able to tune it to play with other instruments without employing a specialist piano tuner! The piano can also be transposed up or down +12 / -12 semitones for playing in different keys. This function is ideal for playing with singers and other instruments that perform in different keys.
The PX-770 has a 2 x 8watt stereo amplification system powering two speakers.
There are two headphone output jacks on the Casio PX770 which allow two people to enjoy 'silent practice' when headphones are connected.
2 Track Recording Function
Using the two-track MIDI recorder, you can record your own performance in multi-track - this means you can record left and right hands independently, or you could record one complete song and then play along (and record) with another sound on top!
Concert Play Concert Play allows you to play along with ten recordings of well-known orchestral pieces, with the ability to either listen to the piano part or silence it so you can play it yourself. To facilitate practice, you can even slow down these recordings without affecting their pitch.
The PX770 is available in two colour options - satin black or satin white.
The PX-770 connects via class-compliant USB to any PC, Mac, iOS, or Android device, with no drivers or installations needed.
Casio PX770 Dimensions
The Casio PX770 measures 1391 x 299 x 833 mm (excluding music stand)
Casio PX770 Weight
The Casio PX770 weighs 31.5Kg