Casio PXS1100 Digital Piano

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Product Description

The Privia PX-S1100/PX-S3100 brings your room to life with sound. The slim size and modern, minimalist design have been crafted to match a range of room sizes and interiors. Not only is the Privia a natural fit in any home, but it also gives an added air of sophistication to the space.

With three colour variations of black, white and red, choose your favourite to complement your interior decor. The flat, reflective top panel with touch controls offers a premium look and feel, with the gold logo on the surface of the body adding that extra touch of elegance. This, combined with the new one-tone colouring means each piano blends well with interiors or can be used as a tasteful accent piece.

Keyboard Number of Keys: 88
Key Action: Smart Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard
Touch Response: 5 sensitivity levels, off
88-Key Digital Scaling: Yes
Hammer Response: Yes
Key Off Response: Yes
Tones Polyphony (maximum): 192
Number of Built-in Tones: 18
Sound Source: Multi Dimensional Morphing AiR
Layer: Yes
Split: Yes
Acoustic Simulator String Resonance: Yes (4 types, off)
Damper Resonance: Yes (4 types, off)
Key Action Noise: Yes (4 types, off)
Damper Noise: Yes (4 types, off)
Digital Effects Sound Mode Hall Simulator / Reverb: Hall Simulator 4
Sound Mode Surround: 2
Chorus: 4
Brilliance: Yes
DSP: Yes (Preset for some tones)
Songs Music Library: 60
Lesson Function: Part ON/OFF
Lesson Function Part Select: Right hand, Left hand
Demo Songs: 1
Song Expansion (User Songs): 10
Additional Features Connection to App: Chordana Play for Piano ver.2.4
Bluetooth: Wireless MIDI & Audio Adaptor (WU-BT10) included
Bluetooth Version 5.0, Bluetooth Audio Profile: A2DP, Codec: SBC
Bluetooth MIDI Profile: GATT (MIDI over Bluetooth® Low Energy)
MIDI Recorder / Playback: 2 tracks (1 System track+1 track)、1 song
MIDI Recorder / Playback Data Capacity: Approximately 10,000 notes
Audio Recorder / Playback: Max. 99 songs, approximately 25 min/song
Duet Mode: Yes
Octave Shift: -2 octaves to 0 to +2 octaves
Metronome: 0 to 9 beats; tempo range: 20 to 255
Pedals: Included: SP-3, Optional 3-pedal unit: SP-34 (damper, soft, sostenuto)
Pedals Half-Damper Pedal: Yes (Optional 3-pedal unit)
Key Transposel: -12 semitones to 0 to +12 semitones
Tuning Control: A4 = 415.5 Hz to 440.0 Hz to 465.9 Hz
Scale Tuning (Temperament): Equal temperament + 16 variations
Operation Lock: Yes
Others: Touch button: 6 (Tone select button: 1), Auto Power Off
MIDI Yes
Connectivity and Storage PHONES / OUTPUT: PHONES: 2 (Stereo mini jack)
Pedals: 1 (Damper)
Connector for 3-Pedal Unit: Yes (SP-34)
LINE OUT: 2 L/MONO、R (Standard jack)
USB Type A: Yes(Wireless MIDI & Audio Adaptor)
USB Type B: Yes
Speaker and Amplifiers Speakers Size: [16cm × 8cm(Oval)] × 2
Speakers Speaker System: 2-Speaker
Amplifiers: 8W + 8W
Power Supply AC Adaptor: AD-A12150LW
Battery Drive: AA-size batteries x 6
Continuous Battery Life: Approximately 4 hours
Dimensions 1,322 x 232 x 102 mm
Weight 11.2 kg
Included Accessories Wireless MIDI & Audio Adaptor (WU-BT10), Pedal (SP-3), Music Stand, AC Adaptor (AD-A12150LW)

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