The Casio Celviano line of console pianos has been refined for those who demand an authentic grand piano experience. The AP-620 digital piano's traditional design houses stereo grand piano sounds and ... Read More
The Casio Celviano line of console pianos has been refined for those who demand an authentic grand piano experience. The AP-620 digital piano's traditional design houses stereo grand piano sounds and an enhanced "ivory touch" keyboard. Every nuance and detail of your performance is captured using a tri-sensor, spring-less, 88-note, scaled hammer action. Plus, a 4-layer stereo grand piano sound delivers a natural, expressive, and dynamic piano experience.
The Casio AP-620 digital piano features an amazing 250 tones along with full accompaniment and 180 rhythms. It has advanced features that include an LCD display, a 16-track recorder, and built-in SD card storage and registration memory to instantly recall splits, layers, and rhythms at an instant. The Casio AP-620 has dual headphone outputs, but also includes a powerful 30W per side speaker system that delivers sound throughout your home.
With 128 notes of polyphony, USB MIDI, duet mode, 1/4" audio outputs, and many more features, the Casio Celviano's advanced technology and sound makes the AP-620 digital piano the perfect addition to any home.
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Before we bought this piano we went to a LOT of different piano stores and tested out several different brands. Of the others we considered, we liked the Yamaha and Kawai best, however, a Yamaha with the absolute minimum features we required was around $2500, and a Kawai was around $2200. In the end we decided to go with the Casio because it had SIGNIFICANTLY more features than the other brands at those higher prices and we liked the look, touch, and sound of the Celviano. We've had our piano for a little over a year now and we've never had any problems with it. I'm glad we didn't pay extra for a high end digital piano brand name!
I did what everyone says not to do... I bought this piano without trying it out first, basing my decision only on price and reviews (we live a little off the beaten path). Luckily, I don't regret it at all. The piano sounds great and works great. We have had it for approx 6 months now, have played it quite a bit, and haven't noticed a single "defect" type of problem (and I do fear and watch out for that kind of thing). The weighted key action is very nice. I notice little things where extra care was taken to emulate a digital piano, such as the sustain pedal working to different degrees depending on how far you push the pedals down (which also look and feel very nice and realistic) just like a piano's damper would. Of course, it has all the fun digital sounds and features as well. I think the grand piano sound emulation/performance is just fine, but if this is the #1 area of concern for you then of course, the only way you will know for sure is to try it out before you buy. It would help to have an acoustic and a few digitals in the same room, or at least play them in as close a time-frame as you can so you can remember how they sound and compare.
I haven't had my ap-620 very long and noticed that several notes in the middle of the keyboard make a clicking sound. Seems like they touch one another and it makes a loud clack when it happens. And there are several other notes that make noise when the key is coming back up. This is very annoying.... will have to return the piano even though I like all of the nice features it has.
This is a wonderful digital piano at an excellent price. Very good grand piano sound, not to mention all the other instrument output options. Natural feel to the weighted keys. A rich feature set I'm still exploring, with many more options than similar priced digital pianos from other companies. I only have positive things to say about it!
I have had my Casio AP-620 Celviano Digital Piano for three weeks, and I love it! The piano does indeed play like a grand piano with a very rich sound and resonance. The solid black color is stunning, and the size is perfect! The piano has many more automated and accompaniment features than I would ever probably use, but it is nice to have these features just in case. All of the pedals work very well. My only negative is the assembly. I assisted my friend as he assembled the piano in about 45 minutes. It would have been nice to buy the piano already assembled. I would definitely recommend buying this piano! Enjoy!
The Celviano is a great choice for a digital piano. The key response is good, the sounds are good. Great value for the money. In fact, I think the touch of this instrument is better than most I've tried... especially for the money. Only complaint I have is the internal speaker system. Wish it were more dynamic. The tone is a little flat and too mid-range for me. The piano sounds much better when played through studio speakers or a higher quality system. But, it is OK for practice. I would recommend the AP-620 Celviano.
My Casio AP 620 has a resonance issue which happens after releasing the sustain pedal. It happens at odd times and is not predictable. Cannot recommend the piano for this reason.
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