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Casio Privia PX360 Portable Digital Piano

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PX360 is a lightweight, portable digital piano with 88 full-size, weighted scaled hammer action tri-sensor keys. The third sensor allows the instrument to more accurately emulate the sound of an acoustic piano, and this extraordinary key bed triggers with the feel of an acoustic piano. The Ebony & Ivory feel on the top of the keys enhance this ...  Click To Read More About This Product

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Gear returned in great condition, with only minor signs of use, such as slight scuffs or pick marks. It looks and plays like new and may be considered an equivalent to display units found in retail stores.
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PX360 is a lightweight, portable digital piano with 88 full-size, weighted scaled hammer action tri-sensor keys. The third sensor allows the instrument to more accurately emulate the sound of an acoustic piano, and this extraordinary key bed triggers with the feel of an acoustic piano. The Ebony & Ivory feel on the top of the keys enhance this effect. A sound sample library that features Casios 4-Layer Stereo Grand Piano Sound, Multi-Dimensional Morphing AiR Sound Source, Hammer Response Simulator and String Resonance Simulator maximizes this triggering mechanism.

Other features include 128 Note Polyphony, 550 Tones, Digital Effects including 17 Reverbs, 16 Chorus, 6 Delays, 4 Band Master EQ and DSP. A bank of 200 Rhythms with Rhythm Editor is included, along with a 96 Registration Memory (4 Areas x 24 Banks), 100 Song Audio Recorder, 17 Track / 100 Song MIDI Recorder with Song and Track Editing, Registration Memory. These functions are all accessible through a 5.3-inch Color Touch Display, which additionally accesses Casios lesson function and 305 presets. Connectivity includes USB MIDI, USB Flash Drive Port, MIDI In/Out, L/R Line & Out, Audio In, 4 Speakers, and a 2 x 8 W Amplifier. Operates with included ADA12150 adapter.


  • Number of keys: 88 Key
  • Action: Graded-hammer
  • Key size: Full
  • Aftertouch / Velocity: Velocity Sensitive
  • Key Type: Piano-style
  • Number of voices: 550
  • Polyphony (max): 128-note
  • Layers: Yes
  • Split: Yes
  • AUX input: Yes
  • MIDI Connectivity: MIDI over USB
  • Line output: Yes
  • Line input: Yes
  • USB Connectivity: Yes
  • Headphone jacks: 1
  • Pedal inputs: 3
  • Storage type: USB
  • Expandability available: No
Onboard Features
  • Recording/Playback MIDI sequencer
  • Accompaniment styles: 200
  • Preset songs: 30
  • Display: Backlit LCD
  • Effects: Yes
  • Built-in speakers: Yes
  • Pitch bend/Modulation: Yes
  • Other controls: Not applicable
  • Reverb: Yes
  • Chorus: Yes
  • Delay: No
  • Equalizer: Yes
  • Arpeggio: No
  • Other: Not applicable
  • Power: Adapter sold separately
  • Batteries: Sold separately
  • Stand or bench included: Sold Separately
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Fitting in the middle range.

By BSharp

from Santa Barbara

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Comments about Casio Privia PX360 Portable Digital Piano:

Previously used CDP-130 for one year intensively taking lessons and practising on daily basis with over 1000 minutes of actual play time a months.
So I am a beginner-intermediate student.

Started looking for replacement for my previous instrument due to few reasons.
1) I needed a model with support of triple pedal (soft, sostenuto and sustain).
2) I needed a direct MIDI (CDP-130 has only MIDI through USB)
3) The mechanics started showing some signs of wearing out by becoming noisier.
4) I wanted to have modern features such as strings resonance (and more).
5) Also I hoped to get higher quality of sound, primarily sounds of grand piano.

Why Casio - I did not have any major complains about CDP-130 during time I was using it . However I do like a lot Kawai,Roland a bit less Yamaha and Kurzweil (do not want to list a long list of all models I have considered). Since I need a piano not an organ such great brands as Hammond and Nord did not attract my attention.
So basically Casio was one of the option.

Why Casio (again) - I think the major reason was the original price for PX-360 and the deal I got from my store. I was trading my old keyboard (CDP-130), as a result I lost around one hundred from its original price.

1) It has very nice grip. The surface of keys is textured. In fact it is a thin film glued to
a plastic. The dimentions of the keyboard is the same as of my old one (I am sure about this since I use my own stand with both keyboards). However the PX-360 feels more confortable like there is a little bit more room for fingers.

2) Piano sounds. Overall this model has a very different sound that CDP-130. Some things are improved such as a duration of a sustain affect.

3) String resonance - it has four levels. The highest value overdoes the effect. PX-560 has 16 levels not 4. Anyway at level 3 of strings resonance PX-360 sounds better than at 4.

4) The UI is not intuitive as it could be. The nice screen by itself does not do anything. It should be appropriately programmed. Do not want to go to deep since it is a huge subject, but MIDI editing can be improved significantly.

5) Fun features such as Styles, Rythms and more are working stable but require some time to get used to the way they organized.

The instrument serves for practise purposes very good.

Tripple pedal (SP-33) unit works fine. Initialy it seems like pedals are too close to each other. Maybe it is truth I cannot be an expert on this subject.

The keys feel is where I want it to be.

Keyboard(mechanics) is still noisy. People around you will hear a lot of tapping while you are wearing headphones. This is a common problem for all digital pianos.

As an additional bonus the piano gets 3 years factory warranty after registration it on Casio web-site.

I can give it five starts.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)



By BSharp

from Santa Barbara

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Comments about Casio Privia PX360 Portable Digital Piano:

PX-360 owner for 8 month.

1) Keyboard mechanics:
1.1 Middle four octaves are weared a little bit. You can judge it by the mechanical noise the keys make.
1.2 The surface of the keys now is glossy, the texture is still there.
I have compared the feel of a keys bed against brand new P-255. P-255 wins the competition. However my PX-360 still has a very good piano keyboard.

2) Sound - The grand piano sound is very good with a little adjustments for individual taste. The rest of sounds have high quality regardless whether it is the PCM set or the Casio set. I do some recordings and every time get impressed by quality of the sound.

3) MIDI sequencer - PX360 allows to use 16 tracks plus the system track. It actually make sense to have such configuration. The problem is that the purpose if it is not obvious. Once you figured how to manage it, it transforms into your best friend.

4) UI - There are some bugs. The problems with UI are solved by resetting to the factory settings. Which is not a big problem since all adjustments can be stored and recovered from an external memory stick.

5) USB - PX-360 has only MIDI USB. There is no audio USB. This means that DAW cannot receive an audio from PX. However PX-360 has audio recorder. It allows to record audio on a memory stick and then transfer WAV file in DAW if needed .

6) MIDI banks - there are 3 banks of MIDI channels. The PX-360 is very open system. Because of this there are wider varieties of ways how to use MIDI banks. It took me several month before I started feeling the concept.

7) Triple pedals unit (SP-33) - Sostenuto - I use it a lot.

I want to do an upgrade to an instrument that has better sound and mechanics quality. Extended MIDI controller functionality also in the list. It is pretty tough task.
Additional features are available in number of different solutions. The keyboard itself is strong. It still has over 2 years of the factory warranty. The bottom line PX-360 is a very strong home instrument.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)


Great Piano Sounds!

By Dave

from Maine

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


    Best Uses

    • Accompaniment
    • Concerts
    • Learning
    • Solo Piano gigs
    • Travel

    Comments about Casio Privia PX360 Portable Digital Piano:

    Got the Casio PX 360 mainly because my Roland FP4 was more weight than I want to lug around these days. I would say the Casio keyboard feel is better, love the piano and E piano sounds, especially compared to other keyboards at the that price . And it's great having the sequencer, and audio recorder. Only downside for me, is slight, but the built in speaker system sounds pretty good but isn't quite as powerful as the one in the Roland FP4. It is sufficient for my needs, and it sound great through an amp or powered speaker. I sometimes use it with a Bose L1 compact, sounds really nice.

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