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Casio PX-860 BK Privia Set

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Perfect budget-wise!

15.11.2014
Let me start by saying that I am just an average piano player. I have only played around 15 digital pianos as far as I could remember, in which Casio Privia PX-860 is the most expensive.

Having said that, even though PX-860 is the most expensive of the ones I have tried, I am confident to say that PX-860 has the best quality (sound and key-touch). I will leave it at just that, and will not discuss the specifics, as I am aware that I will not be able to give accurate feedback. The only disappointment I have is that the pedals are smaller than the original grand piano ones (see AP-450 below if you're looking for the normal grand piano pedal size).

Now for the more important part: decision-making
I will now try to compare this with the other similar Casio models (only Casio as I do not want to compare this to other brands as I want a linear comparison).

All the prices below are from the current price here in Thomann (Irish VAT inclusive)

1) Versus Privia PX-850. Since PX-860 is just a new release and is just like an upgrade to PX-850, I believe PX-850 will be sold out soon. Now, the main improvement is the Hall simulator and concert play (and I think the reverb effect, not sure about this). Aside from that, they are just the same. Price: 1050 euros versus 899 (currently on sale; RRP: 1049 euros).

2) Versus Celviano AP-460. They are just the same basically. The only difference is that AP-460 has bigger (and normal grand piano sized) pedals, and bigger cabinet. I don't really mind the cabinet since I like the cabinet smaller, but the pedal is the only little disappointing one (Note; It's not really small, it's just smaller) Price: 1050 euros versus 1150 euros

3) Versus Celviano AP-650. AP-650 really has a lot of improvements. But what really is the most important for me is that it has bigger speakers: 12 cm x 2, 5 cm × 2 (2-Way 4-Speakers) versus 16cm x 2 + 5cm x 2 (2-way 4 speakers). And also since this is the '50' and not the '60' model, since Casio didn't seem to release an AP-660 model as an upgrade to AP-650. Therefore, one big difference is that AP-650 doesn't have that Hall simulator. Price: 1050 euros versus 1299

4) Versus Privia PX-780. PX-780 has a screen and auto-accompaniment; has bigger song capacity 320kb/song versus 90kb/song; has more tones; has midi in and midi out. The only upside I can think of the PX-860 is its new feature: the Hall simulator, and that PX-860 has bigger maximum polyphony 256 against 128 (this not really a big deal to me), and that it has 2-way speaker (PX-780 doesn't allow the sound to flow through the lid as it has no lid). As you may have noticed, PX-780 has a lot of 'features', and I was planning to buy this only except that I did not since I don't like a digital piano with a screen. Price: 1050 euros versus 899 euros.

5) Versus Privia PX-760. Since PX-760 is priced at 899 and that PX-780 is 899, make no mistake, PX-780 is a better deal since it has more features.

6) Versus Privia PX-750. PX-760 and PX-750 has only two speakers: 12 cm x 2, 5 cm x 2 (2-Way 4-Speakers) versus 12cm x 2. No Hall Simulator. Price: 1050 euros versus 799

Disclaimer: I intentionally did not discuss some points of comparison as I only focused what I think is really substantial. Feel free to check the main Casio website for more details.

I hope I could be of help! Cheers! ^_^
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Fabulous sound and feel.

07.12.2016
We wanted a proper hammer action electric piano as our kids are enjoying their lessons so much a synth doesn't really cut it anymore.

After spending some time researching on the web, I choose this over a similarly priced Yamaha Clavinova as folk rave about the sound, and what a sound it provides. Rich and detailed, the hammer action and feel of the artificial ebony and ivory keys is also great. The reverbs are great, there's also a simple recording mode, and internal practice pieces. The additional sounds are fine, especially the strings.

Constructing the base takes about 20 minutes, nothing too difficult. It's all solidly built, and the pedals feel good to use too.

Highly recommended!
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Great piano

29.03.2017
Honnestly impressed by the quality of the piano and really good first instrument.
No negative point so far and i've been using it for 1 year.
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Design: Black, mat
Casio PX-860 BK Privia Set
Casio PX-860 BK Privia Set
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containing: Thomann KB-15BM, Casio PX-860 BK Privia, the t.bone HD 200

  • Design: Black, mat
  • Finish: satin
  • Wooden Keys: No
  • Keyboard Surface: Yes
  • Arranger: No
  • Styles: 0
  • Polyphony: 256
  • Sounds: 18
  • Storage Medium: USB to Device, USB to Host
  • Speaker Power: 2x 20 W
  • Size: 1367 x 299 x 837 mm
  • Weight: 35,5 kg
Casio PX-860 BK Privia
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Casio PX-860 BK Privia
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799 €

Digital Piano 88 Keys with scaled hammer-action keyboard II (Tri-Sensor), Synthetic ebony and ivory touch keys, 18 Sounds, Multi-Dimensional Morphing AiR Sound Source, 256-note Polyphony, Audio...

  • Design: Black
  • Finish: satin
  • Wooden Keys: No
  • Keyboard Surface: Yes
  • Arranger: No
  • Styles: 0
  • Polyphony: 256
  • Sounds: 18
  • Storage Medium: USB to Device, USB to Host
  • Speaker Power: 2x 20 W
  • Size: 1367 x 299 x 837 mm
  • Weight: 35,5 kg
Casio PX-860 WE Privia
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Casio PX-860 WE Privia
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799 €

Digital Piano 88 Keys with scaled hammer-action keyboard II (Tri-Sensor), Synthetic ebony and ivory touch keys, 18 Sounds, Multi-Dimensional Morphing AiR Sound Source, 256-note Polyphony, Audio...

  • Design: White
  • Finish: satin
  • Wooden Keys: No
  • Keyboard Surface: Yes
  • Arranger: No
  • Styles: 0
  • Polyphony: 256
  • Sounds: 18
  • Storage Medium: USB to Device, USB to Host
  • Speaker Power: 2x 20 W
  • Size: 1367 x 299 x 837 mm
  • Weight: 35,5 kg
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