Casio Privia PX-360 Digital Piano

 
4.8

(7 reviews)

SKU: CPX360BKX-P

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The PX-360 features Casio's famous Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II keyboard, accurately recreating the touch and response of a concert grand piano with 127 times the resolution of traditional keyboards!

JUST A TOUCH
At the center of the PX-360 is the Color Touch Interface. It is a bright, clear 5.3" display that has a full color palette and responds immediately to your touch. With this intuitive panel, you can explore the PX-360 with ease, with all the right information at your fingertips. The elegant, simple interface uses universally recognizable icons that help you take full advantage of the PX-360's diverse sounds and features.

FEEL IS KEY
The PX-360 features Casio's famous Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II keyboard, accurately recreating the touch and response of a concert grand piano with 127 times the resolution of traditional keyboards. Even the most demanding pianists will be impressed by its authentic touch. As on a real concert grand piano, the keys feel heavier in the lower register, and lighter up top. The realistic ebony and ivory textures give your hands a positive grip, and complete the piano experience.

PURE PIANO
Matching the high quality of the keys is an immersive and authentic 9-foot concert grand piano sound powered by Casio's powerful AiR (Acoustic and Intelligent Resonator) Sound Source. It uses Linear Morphing technology to create smooth, dynamic transitions from the softest to loudest sounds, as well as Damper Resonance to accurately recreate the experience of the strings resonating against the piano's soundboard when the damper pedal is pressed.

String Resonance accurately models the harmonic relationships between the vibrating strings, allowing the notes to interact with one another. Hammer Response allows control over the time between pressing the key and hearing the strings, and Key Off Simulation allows control of a note's decay by how quickly the key is released. Connect the optional SP-33 pedal system to utilize soft, sostenuto, and damper pedals.

COMPLETE ENSEMBLES
The PX-360 includes 550 Tones, covering a huge variety of musical instruments. You'll find expressive guitars, basses, strings, drums, and much more, polished with a powerful effect system. Accompany your playing with over 200 Rhythms, which provide multiple instruments that follow your playing, covering a wide spectrum of musical styles.

In addition to exploring the built-in Tones and Rhythms, you can use the built-in Rhythm Editor to assemble 10 customized User Rhythms using various basslines, drum grooves, and other accompaniment parts. You can also create 50 of your own Music Presets, which encompass a Rhythm, Tones, effects, and chord progressions.

PRO PERFORMANCE FEATURES
The PX-360 is always ready to take the stage. It is highly transportable, weighing in at a mere 26 pounds. It fits neatly on nearly any keyboard stand for live performance. Its 1/4" outputs can connect to any amplification source, and thoughtful additions such as MIDI I/O and 1/4" inputs give you incredible convenience for multi-keyboard rigs.

SOUND AND STYLE
Place the PX-360 atop the optional CS-67P stand, and it becomes a beautiful addition to any home. Adding the optional SP-33 3-pedal unit will provide realistic soft, sostenuto, and damper pedals, fixed in place for an accurate piano experience. The built-in speaker system easily fills your home with beautiful sound. You can even connect your favorite music player to its audio input, creating the ultimate music dock!

YOUR MUSIC, YOUR WAY
When inspiration strikes, it's critical to be able to record quickly. The PX-360 lets you do just that, recording audio directly to a USB stick. Should you want to create a complete musical production, you can also use the built-in 16-track MIDI recorder. You'll see familiar recording controls on the Color Touch Interface, making the recording process smooth and simple.

LIFE LESSONS
The PX-360 has incredible music education potential, with features designed for lessons and music labs. Duet mode splits the keyboard into two equal ranges, allowing a teacher and student (or two students) to play side by side on a single instrument. Classroom mode adds the ability to send each side to an individual audio output, making it compatible with the most popular third party piano lab systems. Two front panel-mounted headphone jacks also make the PX-360 perfect for quiet practice or lessons.

DEVICE-FRIENDLY
The PX-360's class-compliant USB port connects to a PC, Mac, or iOS device with no driver installation. Easily control your favorite music software, without any extra setup.

Features:
  • Color Touch Screen
  • Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II Keyboard
  • Acoustic and Intellligent Resonator

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Things You Will Get:

  • Privia PX-360 Digital Piano
  • Score Stand
  • SP-3 Pedal
  • AD-A12150 AC Adapter
  • User Guide

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4.9

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5.0

Casio Privia PX-360

By 

from store 54

Staff Reviewer

Pros

  • 550 Tones
  • Authentic Grand Piano Sou
  • Hammer Action Keys
  • Note Interaction

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Churches
    • Live Gigs
    • Studio

    Not only does the Casio PX 360 sound authentic, not only do you get tre hammer weighted 88 keys...you get sampling pad for live interaction and composing. Comes complete with USB port connects to a PC, Mac, or iOS device with no driver installation. that's right...it's all onboard.

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    5.0

    Bright Sounds! Touchscreen!

    By 

    from Edison, NJ

    Staff Reviewer

    Pros

    • Character
    • Display
    • Keybed
    • Tones
    • Touchscreen
    • Weighted Keys

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Gigs
      • Home Entertainment
      • Live
      • Midi
      • Practice
      • Rehearsal

      This Casio exudes character! Since they have to compete with the heavyweights in this sector (Keys), they feel the need to push the envelope further. It's a great reason to look into underdog brands for that very reason. Aside from the characteristically brighter sound than say, Yamaha, this baby has touchscreen functionality and superb feel. The tones are great and the options are like a keyboard without the cheapened feel. This is a serious piece of gear that is rugged enough to go on tour and beautiful enough to display as a home piece.

       
      4.0

      Incredible digital piano

      By 

      from Sam Ash Music Ontario

      Staff Reviewer

      Lightweight and portable, the px360 is versatile and has tons of tones and instrument sounds all available at your fingertips with the touch screen. You can easily navigate through sounds and settings. The tri scale hammer action is impressive and gives you a very realistic piano feel, heavy on the lower keys and lighter on the high keys just like on a real piano. Great for home or stage.

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      5.0

      Great Digital Piano

      By 

      from Cleveland, OH

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Color Touch Interface
      • Damper Resonance
      • Easy To Use
      • Tri-sensor Hammer Action

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Gigs
        • Practice
        • Studio Work

        This is really a great digital piano from Casio. With a great innovation of the touch screen, control of the sound is only a touch away. Casio has put a lot of work into make this sound like a genuine real grand piano. With Casio's Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II this keyboard is able to feel almost identical to a real piano. With its realistic Ivory texture you won't be able to tell its not the real thing. They have put very much effort into modeling the sound of this instrument to sound like a real piano. With damper resonance to recreate the sound of the strings resonating against the damper pedal, and string resonance that accurately models the harmonics between strings to acoustically sound like a real piano. If you are looking for the great sound of a grand piano and the mobility of a keyboard the Casio Privia PX-360 will surely not disappoint.

        This is a real hands on product review from Nabil at Sam Ash in Lyndhurst, OH

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        5.0

        Check out the complete overhaul!

        By 

        from Cleveland, OH

        Staff Reviewer

        Pros

        • Good Sound
        • Lightweight
        • Touch Screen
        • Weighted Keys

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Churches
          • Performances
          • Practice
          • Recitals
          • Recording
          • Schools

          The Privia line of digital pianos keeps getting better with each iteration. One of the best new features is the color touch screen front and center on the board. From this, you can navigate through all of the 550 sounds and 200 rhythms, and the many other features like split and layer. The feel of the keys has been upgraded, too, giving it an incredibly authentic response that even a professional can appreciate.

          This is a real hands on product review by Steve at Sam Ash Music in Lyndhurst, OH.

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          5.0

          Touchscreen in awesome

          By 

          from Edison, NJ

          Staff Reviewer

          The Casio PX360 is amazing. Over 500 different sounds and 200 different rhythms to play along to. Scaled Hammer Action give you that realistic piano feel and the Touch Screen give you a nice modern feel that also makes it incredibly easy to find different tones on the fly. You can also plug this guy into your computer via USB and use it to record some amazing sounds.

           
          5.0

          High quality keyboard

          By 

          from New Brunswick, NJ

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Plays Well
          • Sounds Great

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Live Gigs
            • Recording

            This is a great sounding digital piano. The samples are clear and well done. The interface is not too confusing and it's easy to get used to. The keys are responsive and feel good to the touch. This is great for studio musicians looking to spice up their library of sounds, or anyone who wants to play a real sounding piano live.

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            Power Supply Type AD-A12150 AC Adapter (included)
            Series Privia
            Polyphony 128 voice
            Other Features 100 Song Audio Recorder (16bit, 44.1kHz, Stereo)
            Model PX-360
            Number of Presets 550 tones
            USB Yes
            Weight 26.2 lbs.
            Dimensions 52.0" x 11.5" x 5.5" (w/stand)
            Type of Action Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action
            Wave Memory 32MB Capacity for user songs
            Expansion No
            Number of Effects Reverb - 17 Types; Chorus - 16 Types; Delay - 6 Types; Master EQ -Brilliance - -3 ~ 0 ~ +3; DPS - Yes (Preset for some tones
            Arpeggiator Yes
            Sampling Yes
            Audio Playback Yes
            MIDI Sequencer Yes
            Audio Inputs 1
            Number of Audio Outputs 2
            Audio Output Types 1/4" Stereo Out; Phones: 2 (3.5mm Stereo Mini, Front)
            Number of Digital Inputs 2
            Digital Input Type USB
            MIDI I/O N/A
            Number of Digital Outputs 2
            Controller Types Sustain; Pitch Bend
            Built-in Rhythms 200+
            Information not available