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CASIO PX-110 88 Keys Privia Digital Grand Piano

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  • 60 Built-in Songs
  • 32-Note Polyphonic
  • 11 Tones

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Casio’s Privia Digital Grand Piano is a satisfying solution for people who want a grand piano, but don’t have the space! You get full, rich sound and realistic action, thanks to stereo-sampled sound and the full-sized, scaled hammer action keyboard. The expanded ZPI sound source allows the keyboard to respond to variations in key pressure, and the Acoustic Resonance System reproduces the effects of piano pedals, with optional pedal accesories. You’ll swear you were playing an acoustic grand piano!

The 30-pound Privia offers you features you could never get from an acoustic piano, like 32-note polyphony; Bass Reflex Sound System with two 8-watt speakers; 11 tones; 20 rhythms, 2-track song recording and 60-song memory, and stereo headphone jacks! For a grand piano experience in a small space, and digital benefits to boot, the Casio Privia is the instrument of choice!

  • newegg Grand Piano Keyboard Touch The Casio PX-110 features 88 full-size weighted scaled hammer action keys for a fantastic touch experience similar to a grand Piano.
  • newegg Accurate Musical Sound With the triple element ZPI sound source and 8W bass reflex speakers, the Casio PX-110 delivers accurate musical sound.
  • newegg Dual Headphone Jacks Two headphone jacks are provided for more concentrated listening, especially ideal for teachers and students.
  • newegg MIDI In and Out The Casio PX-110 features MIDI in/out ports for connections to your computer and other MIDI compatible devices.

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88 Keys Privia Digital Grand Piano
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Privia, rich sound with grand piano keyboard touch in a light-weight (under 30lbs) digital piano. You can read the specifications but, to truly appreciate this digital piano you must experience the feel of the Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard (Feel and action of keys are similar to a grand Piano.) and hear the Stereo-Sampled Tri-element sound source (Expands on the ZPI sound source for an even greater range of sound based on multiple key pressures.)

Stereo Mini Jacks x 2

Pedal Standard Jacks x 2


Output Impedance: 170
Output Voltage: 5.5V (RMS) MAX



ZPI Sound Source with tri-element
32-Note Polyphonic
11 Tones
20 Rhythms
8 Digital Effects, Brilliance, Pedal Effects and DSP
Layer and split
60 Built-in Songs
1 Song, 2-Track Song Memory
Touch: 3 Types, Off
Transpose: 1 Octave (F# to C to F)
Tuning: A4 = 440.0Hz ±50 cents (Adjustable)


26.2 lbs.
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  • Aleksandr R.
  • 12/14/2007 8:48:33 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsVery nice!

Pros: The sound is very good, keys are weighted and feel very nice, just like a real piano. The unit is solid and made out of rich material. This was the first thing that I actually looks and feels like it would cost more then I paid for it.

Cons: The power cord is a little bit too short, only about 2' in length.

Other Thoughts: Its cheap, although Newegg wasn't the cheapest. I trust Newegg more then any other company out there and thus was the reason I purchased from NewEgg.

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  • Cathy C.
  • 11/9/2007 4:36:18 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsDecent

Pros: One of, if not the cheapest, digital piano you can buy. The keys are weighted (defintely don't waste your time with a keyboard that isn't...).

Cons: It's cheap, and it's Casio, so it's not going to feel, or sound great.

I guess other digitals will have more features, but I mostly play classical and could care less for what else it does.

Other Thoughts: This was a perfect gift for me when I left my parents house three years ago to start college. It's small, easy to move, can even be tucked away until I want to play it.

One thing to keep in mind is to get a decent stand. The one mentioned in the product description, CS-65, is another $xxx from Casio. Quick squeeze, or snap together 'stage stands' are too flimsy, and move around too much for any serious playing.

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  • Anonymous
  • 5/19/2007 9:42:23 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPrivia Power

Pros: 88 key with best action I've ever felt on a sub 1000 dollar keyboard.

Sounds great and is a real pleasure to play.

Cons: If your looking for minimal features then this model is for you. However, if you are looking for more buttons and do dads then look for a 310 or higher model.

Other Thoughts: Just bought mine from Newegg. Can't wait to finally play it at home instead of at the store.

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