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Casio Privia PX-200 88-Key Digital Piano

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With 128 note polyphony and the advanced AIF triple element sound engine, the Casio PX-200 will put realistic piano tones at your fingertips without the worry of drop offs during high speed passages a... Click To Read More About This Product

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With 128 note polyphony and the advanced AIF triple element sound engine, the Casio PX-200 will put realistic piano tones at your fingertips without the worry of drop offs during high speed passages and performances that require intensive pedal operations. The advanced filtering allows tones to decay naturally with the realism of an acoustic piano while the sensitive touch response on the electronic keyboard allows a broad dynamic range of performance. The hammer action keyboard is graded to reproduce the weighted feel of an acoustic piano. Features a powerful two way bass-reflex speaker system and SD card slot for expanded storage. Stand not included.


  • 88 full sized scaled hammer action keys
  • AIF triple element sound source
  • 128 note polyphony
  • 162 tones
  • 20 rhythms
  • 72 songs + 10 user
  • Reverb/chorus/brilliance/DSP/acoustic resonance
  • Song memory - 5 songs x 2 tracks
  • Song expansion
  • Lesson function
  • metronome
  • LED display
  • Transpose/tuning
  • General MIDI
  • SD card slot
  • USB port
  • Line out
  • Powerful 2-way bass reflex speaker system - 8w + 8w
  • Stand not included
Pro Coverage
One year parts and labor warranty on all keyboards (includes power supply).

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CasioPrivia PX-200 88-Key Digital Piano

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(18 of 22 customers found this review helpful)


PX-200 USB does NOT work with MACS

By BWOman

from Boston, MA

Comments about Casio Privia PX-200 88-Key Digital Piano:

Good action at a good price and not too heavy to schlep around, but the only reason I chose this over a cheaper model was for the USB, and then I found out that it only is supported on Windows. I had to swap out the first one i bought because it buzzed and one I bought for my father arrived damaged - I worry about manufacturing quality that I did not on my Yamaha keyboard

(12 of 13 customers found this review helpful)


A great practice piano

By musickguy

from New Mexico

Comments about Casio Privia PX-200 88-Key Digital Piano:

So I'm a music major and all music majors are required to play a little piano. Most of the time I'd practice my stuff on my small Casio keyboard (the kind that teaches you how to play songs n stuff). I usually only practiced enough to get by but toward the end of my piano studies, I started to get more serious about it which made me need a more serious piano to practice on. I was thinking of an upright but didn't have the space and didn't wanna spend the money on tuning it and all of that. I ended up looking around for a digital piano and found this one to be the best for my needs. With the metronome and built in songs with song book, it's a great buy. I've learned so much on this piano and its quality is great. When I go in for my lessons, there is hardly any difference in the feel of the digital to the real thing. If you're a pro or a beginner who wants to really start to learn some stuff, I think this is a great piano for what you'll need. I gave it a 4.5 on the features just cause I thought a pitch shift wheel would be cool. Lol. O yea, and no need to worry about the humidity.

(12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)


Amazing 128 poly digital piano.

By superpowter77

from miami

Comments about Casio Privia PX-200 88-Key Digital Piano:

I couldn't believe it when casio announced in germany their new 128 poly privia line, This is as good as it looks like, amazing room to grow with complex piano performances, layering, high quality acoustic and electric piano sounds, dedicated line outputs well suited for live performances, I use it at church every friday and most people has been amazed because of the casio brand playing with lights off, they thought I was using some kind of kawai mp8, yamaha cp33 or roland rd300sx, I got a crispy and clear sound on live every friday thru my alesis sumo 300 and roland kc350 with their respective radial dual channel passive direct boxes. Highly recommended, well constructed seems to be going to last for years. Built in secuencer,I'm able to record my own performances and reproduce some commercial midi songs as well. secure digital support, usb 2.0 compatible, damper and sostenuto connectors, and some cool effects made this unit irresistible to me, I saved a lot of money too.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)


Outstanding piano sound w/ 128 poly (under $699)

By superpowter77

from Miami

Comments about Casio Privia PX-200 88-Key Digital Piano:

I was skeptical at first, being a yamaha fan since I started 2 years ago, I own a dgx-505 and motif rack es, I was going to buy a ypg-625, and then decided to try the px-200, I can't believe how accurate the piano sound was, key response feels great, and dynamics were impressive too. Overall it's an outstanding purchase for just $749 including tax, and 128 poly is my favorite improvement over the privia series. Other useful features, I use it as well to control my motif rack es, built in sequencer, you heard well. I could copy all my favorites midi songs to SD card in my laptop and then have them play on my casio px-200, you can transfer them directly to the sd card thru usb connection. It comes with a software, and if you want to play seriously, there's professional software for it in casio europe website. USB 2.0 port. midi in and out, 1 sustain and 1 damper slot. 2 dedicated line outs and it weights only 24 pounds (12 kilos). reverb and chorus effects (12).



By Avery

from Ruston, LA

Comments about Casio Privia PX-200 88-Key Digital Piano:

I've been wanting to have my own 88-key piano to lug around for the longest. A friend told me about the Privia line... and all i can say when took out the box was... ok. But when I put it in live performance... AWESOME!!!!.... I'm a gospel musican usually playing in the low ends and occasionally adding my own classical frills in there in the high ends and the amplified sound totally wows those that hear it! If you want a nice sounding piano that produces well over an amp, you're looking at the right stage piano! The 128 note polphony helps me with my bass rolls when doing all those olds-school line hymns. WARNING.. if you're looking for a piano w/ a lot bells, whistles and frills... this is not for you. This is for people looking for a nice piano sound on the go without dishing out the big bucks. My hat is off to CASIO.. Just outstanding!

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