PX870BK - Casio Privia PX-870 digital piano Default title
PX870BK - Casio Privia PX-870 digital piano Default title
PX870BK - Casio Privia PX-870 digital piano Default title
PX870BK - Casio Privia PX-870 digital piano Default title
PX870BK - Casio Privia PX-870 digital piano Default title
PX870BK - Casio Privia PX-870 digital piano Default title

Casio Privia PX-870 digital piano

brand: Casio
Stock code: Casio PX870BK
  • Full length, weighted and graded hammer action keyboard with ivory and ebony feel
  • New Sound Projection speaker system with 2 x 12cm and 2 x 4cm speakers with 2 x 20 watt amplifiers
  • New top-end Privia slimline digital piano model for Autumn 2017
  • Piano playability with 88 keys and 3 pedals in a slimline piano cabinet
  • Tri-sensor scaled hammer action II keyboard for a realistic feel
  • Upgraded AiR sound engine with new European and American grand piano sounds
RRP £1,039
£729.17 ex. VAT
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Introducing the Casio PX-870 digital piano

The Casio Privia PX-870 marks Casio's biggest update in the top end Privia PX model for a while and is such an improvement over the old PX-860. A more intuitive design with a control panel hidden away on the left cheek block is a nice touch, giving the air of a more 'acoustic piano' experience, while new piano samples and a specially designed speaker system bring a much richer and natural sound quality. The top of the range Privia model has always represented fantastic value for money, with a touch and tone akin to instruments that are significantly more expensive and is worth a look if your budget tops at sub-£1000.

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Realistic Feel Keyboard Action

One of the most important considerations when buying a digital piano is the keyboard touch (also known as key action). The Casio PX870 has a full grand piano range of 88 keys and is fitted with Casio’s Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard. This key action has simulated ebony and ivory keys and can be adjusted to suit different playing styles with 3 sensitivity levels.

19 Instrument Voices With 256 Notes Polyphony

The PX870 uses Casio’s Multi-dimensional Morphing AiR to create life-like piano tones. In fact, there are 19 different voices from which to choose, including acoustic pianos, electric pianos, strings, organ, harpsichord, and many more useful tones for all different styles of music. The Duet Mode on the PX870 splits the piano into two equal pitch ranges, allowing a student and teacher to sit at the same instrument.

Create Your Own Unique Piano Tones

The acoustic piano sounds in the PX870 can be tailored to your own requirements. Various parameters can be altered including Hammer Response, String Resonance, Lid Simulator, Key action Noise, and Damper Noise.

Digital Effects To Further Enhance The Sounds

The Casio PX870 has on-board professional quality effects which enhance the sound even further, Reverb effects simulate the sound of performing in large concert halls, and chorus effects can be applied to electronic pianos to give a warm, detuned effect - this was always popular with Fender Rhodes and Wurlitzer style piano sounds for the ’60s and ’70s! There are additional digital effects which are preset for some of the other instrument voices.

Transpose & Tuning

A benefit of a digital piano is the ability to be able to tune it to play with other instruments without employing a specialist piano tuner! The piano can also be transposed up or down +12 / -12 semitones for playing in different keys. This function is ideal for playing with singers and other instruments that perform in different keys.

Powerful 4-Speaker System

The PX-870 is fitted with Casio’s Sound Projection System to fill your room with a warm sound with extreme clarity. The 40-watt amplification system powers four speakers which are placed to immerse the player in sound. The Volume Sync EQ ensures that the same depth of sound is heard at whichever volume level you play.

Headphone Mode

There are two headphone output jacks on the Casio PX870 which allow two people to enjoy “silent practise” when headphones are connected. The ‘headphone mode’ optimises the sound so you get similar sound quality through a good pair of headphones that you would when playing the pX870 through its own internal speaker system.

Record Your Performances!

Using the two-track MIDI recorder, you can record your own performance in multi-track, or when a USB stick is inserted, your playing can be recorded as stereo audio .WAV file, for simple sharing via computer. The built-in metronome helps you keep in time when practising or recording.

Concert Play

Concert Play allows you to play along with ten recordings of well-known orchestral pieces, with the ability to either listen to the piano part or silence it so you can play it yourself. To facilitate practice, you can even slow down these recordings without affecting their pitch.

Spec Specification
Weight34.6 Kg
Keyboard88-key, Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II (Simulated ebony and ivory keys)
Sound SourceAiR Sound Source String Resonance, Damper Resonance, Damper Noise, Hammer Response, Lid Simulator, Key Off Simulator, Key Action Noise
Tones19 built-in tones: Grand Piano (Concert, Mellow, Bright), Modern Piano, Rock Piano, Jazz Piano, Elec Piano 1, Elec Piano 2, FM E. Piano, 60`s E. Piano, Harpsichord, Vibraphone, Strings 1, Strings 2, Pipe Organ, Jazz Organ, Elec Organ 1, Elec Organ 2, BASS (LOWER)
Layer/SplitLayer (Excluding bass tones), Split (Low-range bass tones only)
Digital EffectsHall Simulator (4 types), Chorus (4 types), Brilliance(-3 to 0 to 3), DSP (Preset for some tones)
Built-in Songs10 Concert Play, 60 (Music Library)
Lesson FunctionPart ON/OFF (Lesson part: Right hand/Left hand)
MetronomeBeats: 0 to 9 (Tempo range: quarter note - 20 to 255)
Recorder[MIDI Recorder] 2 tracks x 1 song, approximately 5,000 notes maximum, real-time recording/playback [Audio recording] Max. 99 songs approximately 25 min/song (44.1kHz WAV Format)
Pedals3 pedals (damper, soft, sostenuto) * damper for seamless operation
Speakers12 cm x 2, 4 cm x 2 (2-Way, 4-Speaker)
Amp Output20W + 20W
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