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Casio CDP-130 Digital Piano  

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The CDP-130 is a graded-hammer action 88-key digital piano with Casio's AHL sound source and a rich hall reverb effect. Simple, yet straightforward, the CDP-130 has everything you need to sit down and... Click To Read More About This Product

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Overview

The CDP-130 is a graded-hammer action 88-key digital piano with Casio's AHL sound source and a rich hall reverb effect. Simple, yet straightforward, the CDP-130 has everything you need to sit down and play. The AHL sound source has built-in tones including piano and acoustic instrument tones that sound better than ever before. The CDP-130 is also equipped with a warm, lush reverb with the acoustics of a grand concert hall. The keyboard features a spring-less hammer system that is similar to the one used by grand pianos that provides a keyboard touch that is naturally firm. Lower notes play relatively heavier than higher notes, just like the keys on a grand piano.

Hall Button
These pianos are equipped with an effect function that recreates the warm, rich acoustics of a concert hall. Your playing will have the visceral immediacy of a concert hall performance.

AHL sound source
All built-in tones, including piano and acoustic instrument tones, now sound better than ever before!

Features
  • 88 graded hammer-action keys
  • Effects setting emulates small to large halls
  • Ten commonly used sounds
  • MIDI I/O
Specifications
  • Keyboard
    Number of keys: 88 Key
    Action: Hammer action
    Key size: Full
    Aftertouch / Velocity: Velocity Sensitive
    Key Type: Piano-style
    Sounds
    Number of voices: 10
    Polyphony (max): 48-note
    Layers: Yes
    Connectivity
    AUX input: Not applicable
    MIDI Connectivity: MIDI In/Out
    Line output: Not applicable
    Line input: Not applicable
    USB Connectivity: Yes
    Headphone jacks: 1
    Pedal inputs: 1 (sustain)
    Storage type: Not applicable
    Expandability available: Not applicable
    Onboard Features
    Recording/Playback Not applicable
    Accompaniment styles: Info not available
    Preset songs: 5
    Display: Not applicable
    Effects: Yes
    Built-in speakers: Yes
    Pitch bend/Modulation: Pitch bend
    Other controls: Not applicable
    Effects
    Reverb: 10 types
    Chorus: 5 types
    Equalizer: Not applicable
    Arpeggio: Not applicable
    Other: Not applicable
    Other
    Width: 52" (1,322mm)
    Height: 5" (129mm)
    Depth: 11.26" (286mm)
    Weight: 23.8 lb.
    Power adapter: Included
    Sustain Pedal: Sold Separately
    Batteries: Not applicable
    Stand or bench included: Sold Separately
Warranty
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
One year parts and labor warranty on all keyboards (includes power supply).


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CasioCDP-130 Digital Piano
 
4.6

(based on 23 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (16)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

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93%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (11)
  • Responsive / good action (10)
  • Good audio (9)
  • Touch sensitive keys (9)
  • Portable (7)

Cons

  • Heavy (3)
  • Unrealistic sound (3)

Best Uses

  • Learning (10)
  • Accompaniment (5)
  • Concerts (4)
  • Travel (4)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Professional musician (6), Experienced (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Very good for the price

This is one of the best electric piano for beginner to intermediate players. The hammer action keys give you a very realistic feeling. It's my personal opinion, but I feel it's better than...Read complete review

This is one of the best electric piano for beginner to intermediate players. The hammer action keys give you a very realistic feeling. It's my personal opinion, but I feel it's better than Yamaha's GHS keyboard (such as P-45 and P-115 use). I feel the keys are a little soft, especially, when the key hit all the way to the bottom (compare to an acoustic piano), but other than that, it's very well done with this price range - I have Yamaha, Korg as well as Roland digital pianos (over $1000 range), but I don't mind to play this one. The sound quality is just "a OK class" (that's why I didn't give 5 stars), but if you think about the price, I think it's on the threshold of "acceptable." If you use a good headphones, it sounds slightly better, but again, it gives you OK level sound, not even close to the actual piano sound. Also, it doesn't have a direct MIDI port which is another minus point (but we can use a USB-MIDI adapter, or, just directly hook to any PC/Mac use USB). It comes with a damper pedal (I can say it's just a foot switch), and I highly recommend to get a better "piano style" pedal. Overall, it's a bargain with this price.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

THIS IS A MONEY SAVER, BUT IN THE END IT IS TERRIBLE!!!!!!!!

i received this keyboard as a gift for christmas. i was with the person when we bought it. i thought it was a great steal compared to the yamaha p-45 at the...Read complete review

i received this keyboard as a gift for christmas. i was with the person when we bought it. i thought it was a great steal compared to the yamaha p-45 at the time. when i opened the box up on christmas, the sound was horrendous. it sounded held back. it had nothing important to it. i had the product only for christmas day, then returned it because i couldn't stand the sound. the only people i would recommend this to would be beginners. only because when you start off, you don't need the "perfect keyboard", you just need something that works. also, 88 keys on pianos is the best keyboard to get( for all the people who are out there just buying this for a gift). now the sound probobly sounds better for the other people because they have had casinos there entire piano career. i have a yamaha, and i'm sticking with this brand (yamaha) whole hearted.

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(20 of 21 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Such a great instrument for so little money

By Bedrock

from Ca

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Comments about Casio CDP-130 Digital Piano:

I made a couple of reviews for CDP-130 during past year.
Both were mostly about positive side of the instrument.
I would like to share some other aspects which appeared as I progress through my tutoring software.
1) I got to the point when I have to start using sostenuto (middle pedal).
The CDP support only sustain pedal. So if you are taking lessons and play every day this instrument will be satisfying for about a year or two. More advanced version of a piano can be required after that.
Note: many acoustic upright pianos do not have independent sostenuto function. Instead middle pedal serves to turn Muted Mode(prictice mode) or apply sustain to only lower octaves (that would be simulation of sostenuto). The sostenuto feature is more expensive for an acoustic piano than for a digital one.
2) Pretty significant limitation on CDP-130 is an absence of direct MIDI. It is possible to use computer as an additional sounds bank. However my experience shows to me that the hardware solutions are more reliable.

I like CDP-130. There is no mechanical problems with it so far. The feel is natural. Leaning toward keeping it after I will get another more advanced DP (since it is such a great instrument for so little money).

(16 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

CDP-130 is a workhorse for daily practice at very low cost.

By Sergey

from Santa Barbara

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Comments about Casio CDP-130 Digital Piano:

After using this piano for 8 month ( virtually every single day ) I can confirm again my high(positive) opinion about this instrument. I clearly see spots which can(need to) be improved. However in order these improvements would make real sense the level has to be raised significantly. I started thinking about trading CDP-130 in order to get better sound( and more other fun features ). In the same time I did not want to lose all good stuff it already has. I have ended up with list of instrument which could be considered as a step up. Yamaha P-255, Kawai MP-7(MP-11 it 's like a dream), Kurzweil SP5-8(and up), maybe PX-860 ( I do not like sound of other, lower PX models at all. Plus lower models do not include all cool modern features, like string resonance and much more... ). So the price went up to $1200-$1800-$... I also looks though some software solutions such as Pianoteq and UVI (Did not try Ivory II. Couldn't find a trial version of it). In terms of grand piano sound they (software sound banks) are still too synthetic (at least for my taste). As a good thing about Pianoteq I have to admit it does mimic the string resonance. The bottom line. I do like CDP-130. If I would look for better instrument I would consider the price range from 1200 and up. CDP-130 is a workhorse for daily practice at very low cost.

(14 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

5 stars in its class

By Sergey

from Santa Barbara

Site Member

Comments about Casio CDP-130 Digital Piano:

1) Not overloaded with features - basic functionality of a digital piano. 2) I am using this instrument for practice during 7 month on daily basis. It is a very pleasurable experience. 3) Cannot make a statement as an expert (since I am not the one), but I am satisfied with keys feel and overall performance of the keyboard. 4) The sound does not get any close to a natural piano sound. However for practice purposes it is a good enough quality. I definitely can recommend it for those who are willing to play a lot and do not want to be worried about the cost efficiency. 5 stars in its class

(11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Very good for the price

By TYPE74

from Los Angeles, CA

About Me Experienced

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Portable
  • Responsive / Good Action
  • Touch Sensitive Keys

Cons

  • Unrealistic sound

Best Uses

  • Electronic Music
  • Learning

Comments about Casio CDP-130 Digital Piano:

This is one of the best electric piano for beginner to intermediate players. The hammer action keys give you a very realistic feeling. It's my personal opinion, but I feel it's better than Yamaha's GHS keyboard (such as P-45 and P-115 use). I feel the keys are a little soft, especially, when the key hit all the way to the bottom (compare to an acoustic piano), but other than that, it's very well done with this price range - I have Yamaha, Korg as well as Roland digital pianos (over $1000 range), but I don't mind to play this one. The sound quality is just "a OK class" (that's why I didn't give 5 stars), but if you think about the price, I think it's on the threshold of "acceptable." If you use a good headphones, it sounds slightly better, but again, it gives you OK level sound, not even close to the actual piano sound. Also, it doesn't have a direct MIDI port which is another minus point (but we can use a USB-MIDI adapter, or, just directly hook to any PC/Mac use USB). It comes with a damper pedal (I can say it's just a foot switch), and I highly recommend to get a better "piano style" pedal. Overall, it's a bargain with this price.

(8 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Final review

By Bedrock

from Ca

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Pros

  • Keyboard

Cons

  • Absence Of Direct Midi
  • No Support For Sp-33
  • Short Sustain

Best Uses

  • Practicing

Comments about Casio CDP-130 Digital Piano:

This is my final review on this product since I have traded it in for a new keyboard.

First - I want to thank Casio for making such a nice "entry" level instrument. It meets requirements for a beginning student. Not all of us are huge fans of piano so it gives you enough time to discover how deeply you attached to this art.

The major feature of this instrument is a keyboard that satisfies requirements to start lessons.

2) Sound quality is good (I read some complains about it).
I have records I made during last year. There is no reason to be critical about the sound quality. To be fair I do not use built-in speakers almost ever. Instead I listen through headphones or an external audio system.

It is right to compare CDP-130 with P-45. There are all pretty much equal. However in my list Yamaha starts now from P-255 which I do like a lot.

3) During the time I had CDP-130 in possession many other people were playing on it including professional musicians. The polyphony of 48 notes is enough for very sophisticated passages ( note: sustain pedal is a joke ). People are used to think about Casio as a toy and they changed their opinion in favor for Casio. I was pleased to see such reaction.

4) This keyboard is a MIDI controller with limited functionality. Unfortunately is does not have direct MIDI, only through USB. I always differentiate a controller and a sound module.
As an ultimate controller (for a digital piano) I consider Kawai VPC1 and as a sound module I take in account Roland Integra 7, but then we are talking about approximately 4K$ total (feel the difference ;)

Back to CDP-130. If the sound samples are not satisfying it is possible to use software sound banks such as "Synthogy Ivory II Grand Pianos". I did not go this road. Tried and understood it can be challenging for regular computer to keep up with polyphony in real-time.

At present I would recommend to consider PX-360 as the most price efficient digital piano.
It has direct MIDI IN/(OUT/THROUGH)(unfortunately PX-160 support only MIDI via USB, CGP-700 is another option but it also does not have direct MIDI only via USB.

It also provides support for SP-33 triple pedal module ( Optional, sold separately ).

Both are must have features for a digital piano (in my opinion).

Also modern models include a lot of addition features I could list for another page or two ;)

CDP-130 still gets five starts - for the greatness in its category.

(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Not a Steinway still... ha-ha

By Natala

from Akron, OH

About Me Professional Musician

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • 88 keys
  • Portable
  • Touch Sensitive Keys

Cons

  • Unrealistic sound
  • Unrealistic Touch

Best Uses

  • Accompaniment
  • Learning
  • Travel

Comments about Casio CDP-130 Digital Piano:

If you don't have enough money, space or if you just rent an apartment and aren't allowed to play loudly... that is your choice!
It's pretty good and natural, although it sounds obviously different in headphones and in its own speakers.
Touch too is quite natural, but you'll probably need to get used to it... especially to play pianissimo: the keys can be VERY sensitive. Still... it's not a Steinway grand piano... :(
Use of functions such as metronome and its beat could be easier, and it doesn't have memory to remember your chosen beat and tempo.
But in general the piano is very good! And I would definitely recommend it!

(4 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Fabulous for beggining pianists.

By Sue the piano teacher

from Kimberly, WI

About Me Professional Musician

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Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Portable
  • Realistic Sound
  • Responsive / Good Action
  • Touch Sensitive Keys

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Learning
    • Travel

    Comments about Casio CDP-130 Digital Piano:

    Our family foundation is buying these for students who cannot afford 88 note touch sensitive pianos.

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Great keyboard for the price

    By Ether

    from Lincoln

    About Me Experienced

    See all my reviews

    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Responsive / Good Action
    • Weighted Keys

    Cons

    • Heavy

    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Learning
    • MIDI

    Comments about Casio CDP-130 Digital Piano:

    If you're looking for a decent keyboard to practice on that has weighted keys, go with this Casio. I've used this keyboard for a few wedding reception gigs, but I think I am going to upgrade sometime in the future because it falls a little short as far as realistic sound. I will continue to use it until then, but otherwise this works great for a practice keyboard. The keyboard also has a sustain pedal and power supply, which isn't always included with other keyboard brands.

    (3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great Entry Level Keyboard

    By Mark

    from undisclosed

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Casio CDP-130 Digital Piano:

    This is a great entry-level keyboard. The key action is excellent and the sound is much better than other keyboards I've tried in this price range. I would definitely recommend spending the extra money and buying the Casio over the Williams Allegro. If you are just starting out on piano, like me, you shouldn't encounter any limitations. It's a real joy to play.

    (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great little instrument

    By Mike the metal

    from Reno

    About Me Experienced

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Portable
    • Realistic Sound
    • Responsive / Good Action
    • Touch Sensitive Keys

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Accompaniment
      • Learning

      Comments about Casio CDP-130 Digital Piano:

      I use it for practice and to just take a breather from guitar or to come up with a new riff, great instrument for the price , no complaints

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