Casio launches three new digital pianos
This week’s Summer NAMM event in Nashville will see the electronics manufacturer reveal the Celviano AP-270, Privia PX-770 and PX-870
Today, Casio announced the addition of three new models to its Celviano and Privia digital piano lines. The Celviano AP-270, as well as the Privia PX-770 and PX-870, offer a number of new features that should appeal to a variety of users, from beginners to advanced musicians, and are on display at the company’s booth during Summer NAMM at Nashville’s Music City Center, from 13-15 July.
“We are proud to launch the next generation of Celviano and Privia digital pianos, which appeal to musicians for their remarkable piano sounds and authentic piano feel,” said Casio’s Stephen Schmidt. “The new Celviano and Privia digital pianos deliver exceptional sound quality and are equipped with an abundance of new features, offering an enhanced performance for beginners and professionals alike.”
Casio’s new AP-270, Privia PX-770 and PX-870 boast a redesigned cabinet with all of the controls located on the side panel. These new models are equipped with a redesigned 88-key Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard with simulated ebony and ivory textured keys.
In addition, the AP-270 features both European and American concert grand piano tones with damper resonance and 22 tones; and the PX-770 and PX-870 feature an improved Stereo Grand Piano tone with damper resonance and 19 tones. Both the AP-270 and PX-770 have 128 note polyphony, while the PX-870 is outfitted with 256-note polyphony, a new Sound Projection Speaker System and Volume Sync EQ, Headphone mode and USB audio recording. These three models also offer Concert Play with 10 songs, three pedals, USB MIDI and two-track recording.
In September, the PX-770 will become available at a suggested retail price of $1,099.99 (approx. £850), while the AP-270 and and the PX-870 will each be priced at $1,499.99 (approx. £1,160). To learn more, visit casiomusicgear.com