Main Features Of The PX-S1000/S3000
The slim and stylish body differentiates the Privia from other electronic pianos in its class. By making full use of the digital technologies Casio has developed over the years, the new Privia offers a high-quality keyboard touch and an elegant sound, but in a 20% slimmer (depth from front to back) body than the previous model (PX-160). The operating panel also employs illuminated touch sensor controls that disappear when powered off, delivering a simple and elegant button-less design. The compact design is complemented by optional 6xAA battery power, making the PX-S1000/3000 the most truly portable Privias to date.
New Smart Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard combines compactness with a natural playing feel
An extensive library of 800 tones and 235 rhythms supports diverse musical genres, and applications from composition, to arranging, to live performance.
Key Off Response reproduces repeat-strike performance
The decay timing based on the keys’ movements when the fingers release from the key is digitally controlled. When the same note is struck repeatedly, the next tone sounds firmly even if the key has not completely come back up after being struck.
88-Key Digital Scaling creates a grand piano-like touch
The touch of a grand piano varies with the differences in size and weight of the hammers over each of the 88 keys. The PX-S1000/S3000 models deliver the feeling of playing a grand piano through a meticulous key-by-key digital simulation of these subtle differences in touch.
Newly-Enhanced AiR Sound Source reproduces the rich, detailed sound of a grand piano.
Rich sustain makes for comfortable playing
The AiR Sound Source seamlessly reproduces the natural changes in tone that result from dynamic play. In addition, it reproduces the reverberations which occur with the passage of time as the sound dies away, resulting in even richer sounding piano sustain.
Acoustic Simulator reproduces grand piano string resonance and action sounds.
The PX-S1000/S3000 models achieve a realistic grand piano timbre by reproducing the resonance of strings with frequencies closely associated with those being played as well as the resonance that occurs when strings are released by depressing the damper pedal. This feature also reproduces the sounds of a grand piano’s key action that occur when pressing or releasing a key.
Audio playback feature uses Bluetooth to provide more ways to enjoy your electronic piano
Users can listen to their favorite songs played through the speakers of the PX-S1000/S3000 models while playing the keyboard at the same time.
Connectivity with Casio’s dedicated Chordana Play for Piano app enables intuitive piano operation.
Users can connect the PX-S1000/S3000 to any Android or iOS device via the free Chordana Play for Piano App. The app allows the user to control every aspect of the instrument; play back MIDI files with a “piano roll" display, play back audio files with tempo/pitch adjustments and vocal cancellation, and view PDF scores with support for pedal-actuated page turning.
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