CASIO’S PRIVIA series first electric pianos were introduced to the market as early as 2003.
The PX-160 is one of the newest members of the Privia family, an innovative successor to the PX-150 that includes an air-to-sound engine and an enhanced sampling system.
It is an excellent electric piano and will appeal to all levels of pianists, both beginners, and experts.
It not only has a lot of advanced technology and natural action, but it is also a meager price.
One of the reasons the Casio Privia series is so popular with pianists is the three sensors progressive strike string Keyboard II, which is a feature of the PX-160.
Using an innovative system in which three sensors are located at the bottom of each key, the motion feels very similar to an acoustic piano.
These sensors can also be adjusted by the player so that they can find activities that suit their style and allow them to recreate the effect of their favorite piano.
Of course, the natural feel of using Casio Privia PX-160 is just one of the features that makes it so popular.
The sound it provides is also striking. Acoustic and intelligent resonant air engines provide a perfect reproduction of the grand piano’s sound.
If people with their eyes closed played the PX-160, they would have a hard time believing it was an electric piano, rather than a nine-foot concert grand, which is the basis of music.
Of course, it can also choose different tones. There are a total of 18 notes, including the jazz organ, Electric Piano and strings.
The key to sound is an 8 W + 8 W speaker system, which is ported to the back of the electric piano and then turned on in front, allowing for a more natural projection, making it ideal for Solo or performance.
Despite having many advanced technologies and a substantial speaker unit, the CASSIS PX-160 is a highly portable electric piano that weighs only 11.1 kg.
Measuring 1,322 ° 293 ° 141 mm, it doesn’t take up much space in your home or rehearsal space, and it’s easy to store.
The S3 sensor’s progressive tap string Keyboard II provides a very natural response, which is also variable, so you can perfectly replicate the movements of your favorite piano.
The air sound engine provides the sound of naturalism. Unlike many electric pianos, grand pianos have no electronic properties and sound exactly like a 9-foot grand.
Casio Privia PX-160 is an excellent value for money. In the same price range, few electric pianos can provide such excellent quality.
This is a very portable electric piano, weighing only 11.1 kg.
The keys are stronger and heavier than previous versions of the Privia series. However, this is a minor flaw that you will get used to quickly over time,
The Casio Privia Px-160 plays, feels, and sounds much better on an electric piano in the same price range.
This electric piano has a lot to like, and few people criticize it. Overall, this is the ideal quality for all levels of pianists and has a lower price.