Casio has introduced the Privia PX-S7000, a $2,699.99 keyboard that they say is “the best-sounding, best-feeling, best-looking Privia ever made.”
The Privia PX-S7000 is striking – looking a bit like a modern take on the iconic mid-century modern Hohner Clavinet D6 design.
It features Casio’s Smart Hybrid Hammer Action keys, which the company says offer the response you’d expect from a well-regulated concert grand. The keys feature spruce sides and subtly textured surfaces and offer natural performance by replicating the hammer behavior of each of the 88 individual piano keys.
The PX-S7000 features the sound of three of the finest pianos on Earth, dubbed Berlin, Hamburg and New York. Each piano has its own unique personality, and the Multi-Dimensional Morphing AiR Sound Source brings them to life with damper, string, and aliquot resonance, plus subtle mechanical sounds.
The keyboard features 400 Tones, including 50 electric piano Tones, and a variety of Tones inspired by the keyboard parts of well-known songs.
The PX-S7000’s wooden stand features a modern design and three generously sized pedals. The main body of the PX-S7000 can be detached from the stand and played anywhere, thanks to its optional 8xAA battery power. An optional SP-34 three-pedal unit can be connected for portable use, and the optional SC-900 carrying bag lets you take PX-S7000 anywhere.
The PX-S7000’s features a 32-watt 4-way Spatial Sound System. Casio says that the speakers are tuned to resonate within the PX-S7000’s wood and resin body. Using the Piano Position function, you can configure the Spatial Sound System to sound its best when placed against a wall, in the center of a room, on a table, or anywhere else in your home.
Other features include Bluetooth connectivity, Class-Compliant USB connectivity, a MIDI recorder, a microphone input & USB audio recording.
- 400 Tones including three legendary concert grand pianos (Hamburg, New York, and Berlin)
- New Smart Hybrid Hammer Action keys with spruce sides
- Beautiful design in your choice of Harmonious Mustard, Black or White finishes
- Matching beech stand with three fixed pedals
- Illuminated touch sensor controls with assignable multi-function buttons
- LED touch ring and bright, backlit LCD display for easy navigation
- Illuminated pitch bend wheel and assignable buttons
- Microphone input with volume control and 25 dedicated microphone effects
- Includes WU-BT10 Bluetooth Audio & MIDI adapter
- Dual headphone outputs plus 1/4″ L/R outputs and expression pedal input
- Class-compliant USB port with no drivers or installation needed
- MIDI recorder, USB audio recording and audio/MIDI file playback
- Optional 8xAA battery power (AC adapter included)
- Designed to work with the Casio Music Space app for iOS/Android
Pricing and Availability
The Casio Privia PX-S7000 is expected to be available in October, in three color options, for $2,699.99.