Casio CDP-S350


Digital piano

  • 88 Keys with scaled hammer action and velocity response (Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II hammer action)
  • 64 Voice polyphonic
  • 700 Sounds, 200 Rhythms, 10 User Rhythms, 310 Music Presets
  • 32 Registration memory
  • 152 Exercise pieces
  • Split / Layer function
  • App function (Chordana Play for Piano)
  • Metronome
  • Transposer function
  • Reverb and chorus
  • Pitch bend wheel
  • LCD
  • Power saving mode
  • USB to host
  • USB to device
  • Headphone jack
  • Line-in connection
  • Pedal connection
  • Speaker: 2x 8 Watt
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1322 x 232 x 99 mm
  • Weight: 10.9 kg
  • Includes SP-3 pedal and AD-A12150LW mains adapter (battery operation possible)
  • Matching stand CS-46P: Article Nr. 457011 (not included)
  • Matching bag SC-800P: Article Nr. 457013 (not included)
  • Matching sustain pedal SP-34: Article Nr. 457010 (not included)
Number Of Keys 88
Hammer Action Keys Yes
Number of simultaneous Voices 64
Number Of Sounds 700
Effects Yes
Speaker Yes
Headphone Outputs 1
Sequencer No
Metronome Yes
Master keyboard function No
Pitch Bend Yes
Modulation Wheel No
MIDI interface USB
available since January 2019
Item number 457016
Finish matt
Coror Black
Number of keys 88
Polyphony 64
Number of Sounds 700
Accompaniment 1
Styles 200
Display 1
Weight 10,9 kg
Included Accessories Pedal SP-3, Power adaptor
Audio out 1
Audio input 1
Midi Interface VIA USB
USB to Host 1
USB to Device 1
Dimensions 1322 x 232 x 99
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499 €
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90 Sales Rank
Excellent price/value ratio
UgaBuga 29.12.2020
I have seen older CASIO pianos and the they look more like a plastic toy to me. This one is different matter. It has high quality plastic body with cool LCD display and nice smooth rubber buttons. The keyboard feels really nice. I play couple of hours every day since I bought it and not a single problem appeared so far. So here is what I observed for more than a year and a half of use.

- Lightweight compared to other digital pianos.
- Lot of functions and sounds.
- Compact and nice look.
- Great sound on the build in speakers.
- No need for sound card for MIDI input. You can connect vie USB to a laptop or a smartphone or a tablet.
- Can play on batteries!

- The only sound output is 3.5mm headphones jack which has a little amount of white noice. I'm not sure if it is just mine or all have the same issue.
- The keys tend to become slightly more noisy on picking up with time. It is probably the same with all digital pianos (This is my first one so I cannot comapre).
- Little short pivot point distance which makes pressing complex chords like F#dim7 little bit harder with one hand.
- Most of the piano sounds have a wood hitting sound for more realistic experience, which for me is little bit higher than acceptable. If you plug it to some Hi-Fi stereo with nice speakers you will hear nasty tup-tup-tup on every key stroke.
- Some settings like metronome beat and volume are restored on startup (this is probably what bugs me the most). I have to adjust the volume of the metronome every time I restart the piano.

I am satisfied for the money I paid.


nice sound!
vaha21 19.02.2020
With such a small size, the keyboard mechanics are very good - sounds for their price sound good used as a MDI keyboard - there are no problems either!


Great piece for you studio/livingroom
MrMiagi 06.10.2021
I'm so glad that I purchased this. It looks good and feels good when working on it. Such a pleasure having to play this.


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Hervorragendes ePiano/Stage-Piano und viel mehr - Klare Kaufempfehlung
Zan 09.09.2020
Ich wollte ein bezahlbares Keyboard mit guter Pianohaptik, Lautsprecher, falls mal kein Amp in der Nähe ist , sowie Batteriebetrieb, wenn mal keine Steckdose in der Nähe ist. Und ein paar Sounds, die nicht nach Keksdose klingen.
Nun, genau das habe ich bekommen und ein bisschen mehr: Split, Layer, Transpose, passable Rhythmen und Begeitautomatik, und über USB (B) gehts raus in das iPad und dort werden die eSynths angetriggert. Geht vom ipad in einen Amp. Und wenn ich dazu noch das Casio lautmache, layert sich das CASIO zusätzlich mit den Sounds die ich auf dem iPad aufrufe. Und dank der schmalen Maße und nur 10 kg ist das ganze transportabel und braucht auch im Wohnzimmer an der Wand nicht viel Platz. Die CHordiana App ist gut, aber noch nicht perfekt. Einiges ist umständlich/versteckt/unlogisch. Aber weiß man es mal, dann ist es ok. Für meine Zwecke ist das CASIO perfekt. Und die Hammermechanik ist nicht zu leicht und nicht zu schwer, sodaß man sie vernünftig spielen kann. Die Dynamik ist ausreichend. Aftertouch fehlt leider, ist aber verschmerzbar, wenn man nicht Rick Wakeman heisst.


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