Casio CDP-100 88-Note Weighted Hammer Action Digital Piano  

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The 88-key Casio CDP-100 Digital Piano gives you plenty of grand piano sound and feel, thanks to its carefully sampled grand piano sound and scaled hammer action. With the Casio HL Sound Source and na... Click To Read More About This Product

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The 88-key Casio CDP-100 Digital Piano gives you plenty of grand piano sound and feel, thanks to its carefully sampled grand piano sound and scaled hammer action. With the Casio HL Sound Source and naturally scaled hammer action”with 3 levels of touch sensitivity”you get a realistic and satisfying piano experience in a portable, affordable digital keyboard.

The Casio CDP-100 offers 5 sounds (including stereo grand piano) with 32-note polyphony, 8 digital effects, 5 demo songs, layer and transpose functions0, a speaker system, MIDI I/O, plus headphone and sustain pedal jacks. Casio includes a sustain pedal with the CDP-100 digital piano keyboard.

Features
  • 88-note keyboard
  • Scaled hammer-action keyboard
  • 3 levels of touch sensitivity, plus off
  • 5 tones including stereo piano
  • HL Sound Source
  • 32-note polyphony
  • 8 digital effects
  • Layer function
  • 5 demo/songs
  • Transpose function
  • MIDI I/O
  • Headphone and sustain pedal jacks
  • Dual 6 x 12 cm speakers
  • 16W power (8W stereo)
Specifications
  • Power: 12V DC
    Dimensions: 52-1/8" x 10-15/16" x 5-3/16"
    Weight: Approx. 26 lb.

Warranty
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
One year parts and labor warranty on all keyboards (includes power supply).


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CasioCDP-100 88-Note Weighted Hammer Action Digital Piano
 
4.9

(based on 42 reviews)

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Excellent Quality and Bargain

I was a bit dubious about digital keyboards, as I grew up playing real pianos. After much research, I ordered this Casio keyboard, and I am very happy with it. The key...Read complete review

I was a bit dubious about digital keyboards, as I grew up playing real pianos. After much research, I ordered this Casio keyboard, and I am very happy with it. The key action is weighted, much like a piano. I don't need the bells and whistles or other fluff like that in more expensive keyboards. Which I consider a waste of money, especially for serious pianists. The only downside to this keyboard is the pedal that comes with it is very flimsy and does not hold sostenuto. I am about to order a more substantial pedal, consequently.

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Nice Sound

This has a more closer tone to the real deal. Has a Nice feel to the keys and gives near close to piano sound. However it could have a litter better display.

This has a more closer tone to the real deal. Has a Nice feel to the keys and gives near close to piano sound. However it could have a litter better display.

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4.0

Not Bad At All

By Willie Johnson

from Denver, CO

Comments about Casio CDP-100 88-Note Weighted Hammer Action Digital Piano:

I had to get rid of my upright piano because it took up too much space in my home ( my wife made me do it) but she got me this keyboard and i was ok with it. I played it for a while and took it a few places to practice and i really liked it. its just one of those keyboards you fall in love with after you keep it for a while. The bottom line is...This keyboard is great for a beginner just learnning how to play, it's great for practice even for the seasoned pro. I love the weighted keys and the ease of use. but if you want to create music, go on the road, get another keyboard that costs more. This keyboard is cool, but its realy for teaching and practice. I like it ;)

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5.0

Buy it as an 88-Key Controller / Not for Sounds

By Mike

from Fountain CO

Comments about Casio CDP-100 88-Note Weighted Hammer Action Digital Piano:

This was a great buy, the scaled hammer action is wonderful, and that's why I bought it. I do not use the sounds from the keyboard (they are okay - not great). I have this keyboard hooked up to my Yamaha MO6 and also to my computer. I have the vintage keys add-on for my Yamaha and I have Piano Refill for my Propellerhead REASON and RECORD software. The keyboard has midi in/out - and it plays great. The keyboard permits me to get great touch and sensitivity out of my VST and the piano voices from my MO6 - as most of you will know, the MO6 has synth style keys, and by connecting to the 88-keyed keyboard, you have what sounds gloriously like the real thing. You cannot buy a midi control with 88-keys that has this good of touch for this money - no way - no how. So, I encourage anyone to buy this if they are looking for an 88-key acoustic piano feel keyboard.

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5.0

MUCH better than expected

By Mary B.

from Leesburg, VA

Comments about Casio CDP-100 88-Note Weighted Hammer Action Digital Piano:

I picked this up about 3 weeks ago after my worship band's backup keyboard was stolen. We didn't have a huge budget for this unexpected expense, but we were in dire straits. I've played keyboards (Korg, Yamaha, Kurzweil...) for over 25 years. Casio was never a brand I considered in the past. But, when I saw this one on sale and tried it out, I was shocked. They keys have a great feel. I can't stress this enough. And for those who are picky about getting that "light" touch, you can easily adjust the sensitivity. (Check the manual) It's also easy to adjust the pitch for when you are playing with another keyboard. The sounds are basic: Piano, Electric Piano, Strings. But you can layer them and add reverb/chorus effects. For most people (and worship bands), those sounds are all you really need. The board itself is surprisingly lightweight and easy to maneuver (which is great since I have back issues). The onboard speakers aren't great, but they are adequate. If you are performing you would want to use an amp anyway. The attachable music stand is sturdier than I expected. It suits my needs and is easier to use than setting up a big pro music stand that you can never quite get placed right. The only cons (for this price): There is no 1/4" output. It's easy enough to grab a Y-adapter to attach to the headphone minijack output (just remember to get one that goes from stereo (the mini) to two mono (for the 1/4"). Then you hook one 1/4" up to your sound system and you can use the other 1/4" for mono headphones if needed. When we ran it through our mix, we noticed we needed to boost the bass end and mellow out the treble, but it filled our auditorium quite nicely and blended well with all the other instruments. (acoustic guitar, electric guit., bass, drums, kurzweil keyboard, cello, and flute) Make sure you spend a little time playing with the mix. It's worth it. The other con is the chintzy sustain pedal. But, that's an easy fix. Go pick up a used one when you buy the keyboard. It uses a standard jack. But you should probably get one of those pedals that can switch polarity. (I haven't checked the specs on that.) Never thought I would say this: But this Casio is great! Good for beginners, certainly; good for home use; and even good on a semi-pro level (especially as a backup or secondary keyboard). And with the price...you can't beat it!

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3.0

Nice Sound

By Jomy Francis

from Kansas

Comments about Casio CDP-100 88-Note Weighted Hammer Action Digital Piano:

This has a more closer tone to the real deal. Has a Nice feel to the keys and gives near close to piano sound. However it could have a litter better display.

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5.0

For What It Offers At An Unbeatable Price, This Piano Beats The Rest Of The Competition

By S. Murrell

from Portsmouth

Comments about Casio CDP-100 88-Note Weighted Hammer Action Digital Piano:

I've been looking around for weeks or rather months finding a full 88 weighted keys, near excellent sound quality of a grand piano at the right price. Amazon and eBay were selling it for $400 plus shipping and tax. Guitar Center had the lowest price of them all. For this price, the features that I've been looking for quite sometime now, I couldn't pass it out. Pros: Excellent weighted keys, all 88 of them Portable for its size Excellent sound The looks and feel of the piano is excellent. Doesn't feel cheap even though the price it sells is cheap! Cons: Does not have all the extra features of most digital pianos. The two speakers are weak. You basically have to set it to 75% to get the optimum sound. Very basic piano. Solely for playing. Overall, this piano out performs some or maybe most pianos out there that has the same features which usually range around $800-$1200.

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5.0

Ahhh joy!

By Tom

from chandler Az

Comments about Casio CDP-100 88-Note Weighted Hammer Action Digital Piano:

This thing rocks.... love the great sound and action. Just plug in play. I couldn't be happier. Simple to use and built in stereo speakers sound great. Thanks GC!

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5.0

Best bang for the buck

By Chris

from Peoria, IL

Comments about Casio CDP-100 88-Note Weighted Hammer Action Digital Piano:

This board is one of Casio's highest selling and has been in production for over 5 years; thats a long production run for an entry level keyboard. Its a good quality instrument for students or those looking for a portable 88 key weighted board. It does not sound like a kurzweil or feel exactly like real wooden hammers; it does not cost as much either so don't compare them. The feeling is very close and most will not notice. Great board for kids to learn on, cheap and portable enough that your not worried about taking it out to clubs, bars, etc. Sounds good through an amp or moniters, kind of weak with internal speakers but not as weak as some of the Yamaha's. It uses the same samples found in the Wk-series keyboards. Actual midi in and out jacks are a plus since you can control a rack or other modules without passing through a computer. Only has five sounds but its not a synthesizer or a kareoke board; its supposed to simulate the feel of a piano. Would be great for schools, students, churches, etc. At this price point nothing was really comparable, Yamaha keys don't even begin to feel real until you hit the $600 plus range, and the Williams board at 48 lbs. is not really a portable keyboard. This one is definitely the best bang for the buck.

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5.0

I love this piano!!!!!

By Gwen

from bayville, nj

Comments about Casio CDP-100 88-Note Weighted Hammer Action Digital Piano:

This was an unexpected present to myself. I was shopping for others on Black Friday when I turned around and saw this on sale for 300 dollars. I played it just a bit and I couldn't resist. I'm new to piano but I always had the desire to play and it just called to me. For 300 dollars it feels and sounds like a beautiful piano and it is such great sound quality. So many others cost 4 figures or more and I can't see why anyone would spend that much when you get quality like this at this price.

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5.0

Excellent!

By Bryan

from Dysart, PA

Comments about Casio CDP-100 88-Note Weighted Hammer Action Digital Piano:

I originally play guitar, I decided to learn piano on this and in my humble opinion, the weighted keys are a must for anyone who is looking for more than a synthesizer. It has a great feel, BUT I would like to say what I'm not so fond of about it; Casios are typically a frowned name when it comes to keyboards. I would have to agree with this on sensitivity and the stock speakers--the keys are touch sensitive, but you have to hit them extremely light for it to register a light hit, and I may be a little biased with $400 headphones, but compared to my Korg, the audio straight from the piano is a tad muddy. I always always always play it through the MIDI station on my MacBook. Playing through the computer, the Casio CDP-100 holds the same power as any $1000 keyboard. Great buy!

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5.0

Excellent First for Beginner Piano

By Lisa Teichert

from M.t PRospect, Il

Comments about Casio CDP-100 88-Note Weighted Hammer Action Digital Piano:

I had wanted a weighted key quality product to learn piano without having to buy an upright. I am thoroughly pleased with this keyboard. Great job Casio!!

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