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Pros: With an awesome quality of sound, advanced features, realistic simulated ebony / ivory keys and advanced AiR processor, award winning PX850 model is as close to acoustic piano as you can get. It comes in 3 attractive designs and is appropriate for experts and beginners who are just taking their first steps as piano players.
Cons: Doesn't have an LCD display.

Casio is one of the leading electronic manufacturing companies in the world with a long history. It was founded in 1946 and they have presented their first digital piano back in 1986. Their latest Privia Series is recommended by many piano teachers and has received praises from all over the world.

Ultimate Casio PX850 Review

PX850 is one of the most popular and most advanced digital pianos money can buy without breaking the bank. Coming from Privia series, it stands out with its authentic feel, new and improved AiR sound source, 256-note polyphony, incredibly realistic sound and attractive design. Currently there is an active promotion with discount and free shipping available, which makes PX850 one of the best value for money instruments in the world. Watch the official video presentation down below.

List of Top Features:

Sound Quality – Privia piano series stands out with quality and realistic sound, thanks to Casio’s new AiR (Acoustic and Intelligent Resonator) processor, which offers more than 3x more memory than previous generations. It reproduces sounds similar to the finest acoustic concert grands in the world with remarkable realism and long natural decays. It has astonishing 256-note polyphony (more than most digital pianos on the market), so even the most advanced piano players will get their share.

Keyboard – Privia series is all about realism and quality. PX850 has a new redesigned keyboard with 88 notes and tri-sensor hammer action to imitate feeling of the best acoustic pianos on the market. Simulated Ebony / Ivory keys provide incredibly realistic feel and best user experience possible.

Connectivity – Just like most top-end product, PX850 has an USB connectivity, which is makes song recordings much easier. You don’t need to install software or additional drivers to your computer any more, simply insert your USB flash drive and you are ready to go. It works on both, Windows and Mac devices.

Design – PX850 comes in 3 attractive designs to choose from – Ebony black, white and brown, so everyone can find the right one to fit into their living room. Combined with keyboard cover, silver pedals and quality material, it looks like romantic acoustic piano.

256 notes of polyphony – AiR processor is powerful enough to provide 256 notes of polyphony, which is a record for digital pianos in this price range. Polyphony is a number of notes that can sound at once, so even the most complex music pieces can be played on PX850.

Music library – It comes with 60 preset songs that can play along, so as a beginner, you can start your first lessons right away.

Warranty – PX850 comes with 1-year warranty on parts and labor. However, it can be extended up to 2 years for some additional costs. Warranty covers damage from drops and spills, and all electrical and mechanical failures. Casio guarantees to solve problems in 5 days or less.

List of Technical Specs:

  • Dimensions – 59” x 15” x 16”
  • Weight – 70 lbs
  • Sound Source – AiR
  • Keyboard: 88 notes, Hammer Action
  • Touch Sensitive  3 Levels
  • Weighted Keys –Medium Weighted
  • Number of Pedals – 3
  • Number of Preset Voices  10
  • Number of Preset Songs – 10 demo and 60 Piano Songs
  • Polyphony – 256- note
  • Speakers – 2 (12cm x 2cm), 2 tweeters (5cm x 2cm)
  • Warranty – 1-year on Parts and Labor

Where to Buy it and What’s the Price?

 

Conclusion:

If you are looking for an ultimate music experience with one of the best digital pianos out there without breaking the bank, Casio P850 might be your ultimate choice. It offers everything you could expect from products with 3x higher price, and that’s why it managed to get on the top of our list of recommendations.

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