Casio CT-S1WE

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Keyboard in piano look

  • 61 Velocity sensitive keys
  • AiX Sound Source sound generation
  • 64-Voice polyphonic
  • 61 Sounds
  • Reverb
  • Chorus
  • Delay
  • DSP
  • Master EQ
  • Volume Sync EQ
  • Connectivity to the free Chordana Play For Keyboard learning app
  • Midi
  • Transposition
  • Metronome
  • Midi recorder
  • Headphone/Line Stereo Mini connection
  • USB to Host
  • USB to Device only for WU-BT10
  • Audio In
  • Pedal connection
  • Speaker: 2.5 x 2.5 Watts
  • Battery operation possible
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 930 x 258 x 83 mm
  • Weight: 4.5 kg
  • Colour: White
  • Incl. Power supply AD-E95100 and music stand
available since June 2021
Item number 517392
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Keys 61
Illuminated Push-Button No
Touch-Sensitve Yes
Aftertouch No
Storage Medium USB to Host
Lyrics Function No
Score Function No
Vocal Harmony No
USB Audiorecorder No
Microphone input No
USB Yes
Polyphony 64
Speaker 2x 2,5 W
Weight 4,5 kg
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Perfect for begginers
Amajiki 05.02.2022
I bought this keyboard as my first one. I wanted to have something that would last me more than just through my beginner steps and I fount it.

They keys have a very nice weight and feel to them. They are sensitive to the pressure applied and respond accordingly. The keyboard does not have a screen, but in exchange you get fuller speakers and a keyboard with an overall nice look.

The keyboard has more features and sounds, but they are not found intuitively. I recommend reading the manual online to have a list of the effects and features. This can be accessed by pressing one of the buttons plus a key.

I am very happy with my purchase and would recommend it to others without a doubt.
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Unbelievable for the price
J-diz 27.01.2022
Finally, a cheap keyboard that is portable (light weight, integrated speakers & handle, battery powered) and prioritises sound quality over quantity or gimmicks. For the price the keybed feels great. Good range of useful sounds. Check out some YouTube videos, listen to the pianos, electric pianos in particular are nice.
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Moes 04.07.2021
Eigentlich bin ich leidenschaftlicher Gitarrenspieler. Allerdings hatte ich als Kind und Jugendlicher erst Keyboard- und später Klavierunterricht.

Durch die Gitarre ist das Klavierspielen dann eingeschlafen - seit über 20 Jahren. Allerdings steht bei meinen Eltern ein richtiges Klavier und immer, wenn ich zu Besuch, bin klimpere ich darauf herum. Schließlich habe ich beschlossen mir ein Instrument zum Wiedereinstieg anzuschaffen.

Dabei zu berücksichtigen für mich sind:
- Guter Klang der Piano-Sounds (anderes ist zweitrangig)
- angenehme Bespielbarkeit auch ohne Hammermechaniken (gibt es halt nur in größeren und schwereren Geräten)
- Klein und kompakt (kleine Wohnung und keinen Stellplatz für ein richtiges Digitalpiano)
- Hübsch anzusehen (für meine bessere Hälfte)
- Nutzbar als MIDI Masterkeyboard in einer DAW


So bin ich auf das Casio gestoßen.
Vom Papier her passt alles, bis auf die 61 Tasten. Hier hätte ich gerne mehr gehabt, aber da gibt es nur wesentlich größere / schwerere Modelle.

Hier meine Zusammenfassung der ersten Tage mit dem Casio.
Positiv
+ Tastatur und Bespielbarkeit
+ Klang der Piano Sounds
+ Kompakte Abmessungen / Mobilität

Negativ
- komplizierte Einstellungen von Funktionen (Equalizer, Sustain, etc.) über Tastenkombinationen. Das macht keinen Spaß. Da lass ich es lieber bei den Werkseinstellungen. Bluetooth und App wären hier super.
- keine gedruckte Bedienungsanleitung. Da viele Einstellungen über Tastenkombinationen vorgenommen werden ist es nervig hier immer online nachzusehen. Siehe oben.
- Länge des Stromkabels ziemlich knapp bemessen. Gerade bei einem Instrument das Mobilität "ausstrahlt" wären 50 cm mehr schön gewesen.
- Kopfhöreranschluss auf der Rückseite. Dadurch hängt immer das Kabel im Weg.

Fazit:
- Für meinen Einsatzzweck, gelegentliches Spielen von moderneren Stücken / Bar Piano Stil in den eigenen vier Wänden, reicht das Instrument voll aus (auch mit 61 Tasten).
- Klingt gut, spielt sich gut, sieht gut aus, nimmt wenig Platz weg.
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Great experience if you keep it simple
lopodyr 24.11.2021
The CT-S1 is fantastic on every feature it has. The sounds are good, it feels very playable, the options on the front panel are rather well laid out... even the speakers really impressed me!

The only drawbacks to the CT-S1 lies in its auxiliary functions, and specifically their inaccessibility. Every secondary option is accessed by holding Function and pressing a key on the keyboard. Since nothing is labelled, everything becomes difficult : turning off the internal engine to use the keyboard as a MIDI controller, adjusting octaves... Though you may remember the most common ones after a while, I think the CT-S1 is just more fun if you want an instrument to sit in front of, press a button and play the piano instantly (or any other of the really nice integrated sounds).

In my setup, the CT-S1 is the "sample library instrument" whenever I want to record a piano loop or some strings. It fits the job super well, though at times I have wished for DIN or TRS MIDI rather than USB only.

In conclusion, the CT-S1 is a great instrument, and not just for beginners I think. It delivers high quality sounds, enjoyable playability (unless you are used to acoustic pianos, but it's not a quality issue), and the integrated speakers with their Surround function are a great bonus. Bring the price into the equation, and it seems like a must have for anyone who wants a practice instrument, inexpensive gigging machine, or musicians who are not primarily keys players and will not miss advanced features.

PS: the clean looks are not lost on me, and as someone who lives in one room, having beautiful instruments that inspire you to sit in front of them matters. It doesn't feel too cheap, but it looks more premium than it is, which is a pro to me. It brings warms and coziness to my music making space, and I love it for that as well as for its musical features.
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