At the 2015 Summer NAMM Show, Casio introduced two new models in its Privia digital piano line – the Privia PX-360M and PX-560M.
The Privia PX-360M and PX-560M both feature:
- A 5.3” Color Touch Interface.
- Casio’s AiR Sound Source
- An 88 note Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action keyboard
- Compact design for portability
The Casio Privia PX-360M
The PX-360M, above, features 550 built-in tones and includes 200 rhythms with full accompaniment. Using the Color Touch Interface, you can layer tones and split the keyboard.
These combinations, along with a rhythm selection, can be stored and recalled as a Registration for performances.
This ensemble digital piano features ¼” audio outputs and inputs, USB and standard MIDI ports, USB drive audio recording and playback and can be used with the optional CS-67 stand and SP-33 three pedal board.
The Casio Privia PRO PX-560M
For the more musician that needs more, the PX-560M, above, features 256-note polyphony, 600 preset tones, 400 user tones and 20 programmable insert effects.
The PX-560M also offers Casio Hex-Layers synthesis, providing extensive sonic possibilities. The PX-560M also offers additional controller features, with pitch and modulation wheels, three knobs for real-time control, footswitch and an expression pedal input.
Casio’s new Privia PX-360M (MSRP: $1199.99) and PX-560M (MSRP: $1599.99) will be available later this summer at select music dealers nationwide. See the Casio site for more info.