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Casio PX-700 Privia Digital Piano

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The Casio PX-700 Privia Digital Piano has the advanced ZPI tri-element sound engine, 88 keys with three levels of touch sensitivity, 32-note polyphony, 11 tones, split and layer function, eight effect... Click To Read More About This Product

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The Casio PX-700 Privia Digital Piano has the advanced ZPI tri-element sound engine, 88 keys with three levels of touch sensitivity, 32-note polyphony, 11 tones, split and layer function, eight effects, 60 songs, with lesson function, 2-track song memory, tuning and transpose function, a metronome, MIDI I/O, dual headphone jacks for a modern upgrade to an authentic piano's feel and sound. It features stereo-sampled piano sound, a stereo speaker system, pull-out keyboard cover, a stand with three pedals, and the proven Privia hammer-action keyboard to give you authentic piano sound and feel. Includes AC adapter.


  • 88 keys with hammer action
  • 32-note polyphony
  • 3 levels of touch sensitivity
  • 11 tones (grand piano 1 & 2, elecric piano 1 & 2, harpsichord, vibraphone, pipe organ, strings, acoustic bass, ride acoustic bass)
  • Stereo-sampled piano tones
  • ZPI tri-element sound engine
  • Split and layer function
  • Auto-harmonize function
  • 8 digital effects/reverbs
  • 60 songs
  • Lesson Function
  • 2 track song memory
  • Tuning and transpose function
  • Metronome
  • 3 pedals
  • Keyboard cover
  • 2 headphone jacks
  • MIDI I/O
  • Dual 4-3/4" speakers
  • Includes AD-12 AC adapter
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Manufacturer's Warranty
One year parts and labor warranty on all keyboards (includes power supply).

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CasioPX-700 Privia Digital Piano

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(17 of 17 customers found this review helpful)


Great Piano

By Minhcalla

from Clearwater

Comments about Casio PX-700 Privia Digital Piano:

I have had this piano for 2 1/2 monthes now and it is by far the best in the 500 to 900 dollar range. I tasted out each of the pianos in this range for a good 1 1/2 over and over again and this one sounded the best. Despite its appearance, It has hidden button features. There are features that are accessible through specific unmarked keys. The keys just feel real and sounds pretty darn close to having strings. This is a definite buy.

(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)


Privia Px 700

By Raul

from Tempe Arizona

Comments about Casio PX-700 Privia Digital Piano:

The Casio PX 700, is one fine dicital piano, wether you are just a hobbyist a begginer or a professional player, this paino definatelly gives you the best for its price range. I have looked and tryed different pianos among the same price range, but none give you as muc as this one. Besides, its contemporary look and style, makes it a good investment, because it does not only perform brightly, but it also works as a beautiful ornament. Also its wide capabilty range, such as MIDI inout output, movable speakers, to face either the player or the audience, and its integrated 3 pedals, make it great investment.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)


Great Paino...Better Value

By illLeadYouHome92

from Poughkeepsie, New York

Comments about Casio PX-700 Privia Digital Piano:

An amazingly-valued, quality product, Casio has made a large jump in "top-of-the-line" digital pianos with one of their latest product releases, the Casio PX-700 Privia Digital Piano. "What a realistic-sounding keyboard...almost like the real thing!" was what came to my head the first time I tried it. At first I noticed how advanced the stereo-sampling is. The sound quality is phenomenal and the weight of the keys is almost exactly like a traditional grand piano. The built-in stereo speakers with their 360 degree rotation (which allows the user to have the sound projected towards their audience or themselves) amplify the tremendous power produced from this piece of equipment with great tone and volume. The other feature that stands out the most is the size of the keyboard. It's amazingly thin, only about a foot and a half in depth--the perfect substitute for small apartments, or for people who are unable to accommodate the real thing. And the classic oak meets stylish, modern curves keep this keyboard a beautiful centerpiece of furniture for show in your home, rather than the eyesore of a portable or arranger keyboard. Unfortunately, it lacks in features, like an extensive number of voices...but Casio's simplicity of design focuses more on quality than options; and it shows! This keyboard is the perfect learner piano, a unique piece of furniture, or a great option for the active pianist! THIS IS A MUST BUY...a great piano with an even better value!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


The Best!

By A beginner!

from Nashville, TN

Comments about Casio PX-700 Privia Digital Piano:

Just starting out playing the piano I was looking for something that was just like my instructors piano, without putting so much money into it. This digital piano hit the nail on the head!!! So realistic that you can tell that it's a digital piano and the weighted keys feel just like my instructor's piano!!! Casio did great with this one!!!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Great practice piano

By quickowl

from San Diego, CA

Comments about Casio PX-700 Privia Digital Piano:

Great feel on the weighted keys, really fits nicely as furniture and not as an eyesore in the home, the Casio PX-700 Privia Digital Piano offers more than performance at low price--it offers functionality in practice and at home. With this digital piano, you get many nice features--built-in stand which includes all 3 standard pedals, keyboard dust cover, and many basic playing functions for practice, including split-voice. The downside to getting a lower-end keyboard is the sound. The two grand piano sounds are fine to the layman's ear, but digital to those who have practiced on real pianos. There's no way to load new sounds, so you're stuck with the ones preloaded on the keyboard. There are also a few other small details that should be mentioned. The keyboard dustcover is a bit thin and flimsy, and often sticks--bringing up the question of how quickly it will wear. The piano is not very deep, which is convenient, but brings up the issue of stability--ours rocks on our rug, even when we reconfigured the "feet" on the bottom of the stand to try and compensate. Overall, it's a great value and an excellent practice piano. The key weighting and look are clearly the strengths of this model.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)



By timizzle

from Las Vegas, NV

Comments about Casio PX-700 Privia Digital Piano:

My girlfriend just bought this piano, and I helped her break it in. It has a good, solid, weighted feel to it, and the built-in speakers make it nice to play at home. I might invest in one myself.


Great value

By Chris N

from Phoenix, AZ

Comments about Casio PX-700 Privia Digital Piano:

This is a great value. Really the best action out there, stiff like a real piano. The velocity sensitivity allows you to modulate volume from 1 to 127. Too many keyboards out there are pushovers in this department and it all begins to sound like a tack piano with an exciter applied to the sound. Another really unique thing is the sustain pedal isn't a simple on/off switch. It's a variable potentiometer. So push the pedal all the way down and get a long ringing sustain. Push it half way and get a shorter sustain. Just barely push it and you can hear the felt vibrating against the strings. So when you let the pedal up to damp the strings, it sounds like felt dampers . . . most other keyboards accomplish this with reverb and long release envelopes. The only thing I don't get is there is no line out for recording. The sound is way to sweet to keep to yourself, so you'll want to record it. I'm using an insert cable into the headphone jack to get into my recording equipment. A little noisy but better than nothing. Overall I'm very pleased!

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