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Casio AP-710 BK Celviano


Grand Hybrid Digital Piano

  • Developed in cooperation with C. Bechstein
  • Tri-sensor scaled hammer action keyboard II
  • AiR Grand Sound source sound generation
  • 88 Keys with ebony and ivory texture
  • Three famous piano sounds in one instrument
  • 26 Timbres
  • 256-Voice polyphony
  • Audio recording/playback
  • 6 Demo songs
  • Concert play function
  • Layer, split and duet function
  • DSP
  • Chorus
  • Brilliance
  • Volume sync equalizer
  • Reverb simulator
  • Damper resonance
  • String resonance
  • Lid simulator
  • Transposer
  • Metronome
  • 3 Pedals
  • LCD with backlight
  • 2-Way loudspeaker: 30 W + 30 W
  • 2 Headphone jacks
  • USB to host
  • USB to device
  • Line in: Left/right
  • Line out: Left/right
  • MIDI In/Out
  • Dimensions including stand (W x D x H): 1377 x 427 x 911 mm
  • Weight: 48 kg
  • Colour: Matte black
  • Includes music book, music holder and power supply unit
Finish Matt
Number of keys 88
Wooden Keys No
Ivory Feel Keyboard Yes
Keyboard cover Yes
Sounds 26
Polyphony 256
Arranger No
Styles 0
Display Yes
Sequencer Yes
Learn mode No
Bluetooth Audio No
Bluetooth Midi No
"Half-pedal" option Yes
Audio out Yes
Audio input Yes
Midi Interface VIA USB
USB to Host Yes
USB to Device Yes
Produkt dostępny od Listopad 2019
Numer artykułu 474953
Speaker Power 2x 30 W
Size 1377 x 427 x 911 mm
Weight 48,0 kg
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1 539 € 7 079,23 zł
Zawiera podatek VAT, nie zawiera kosztów wysyłki 9,90 €
Cena w zł podana jest w celach orientacyjnych
Dostępny za 1-2 tygodnie
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Super Digital Piano
rafc 12.08.2021
I have bought Casio AP-710 BK Celviano Grand Digitalpiano as an entry instrument for my daughter who recently started taking piano lessons in the music school. I also wanted to be able to practice myself after a long break - there was an upright acoustic piano in my parents house, but I never had chance to play regularly after moving out.

I have decided for a digital piano over acoustic one for the following reasons:

- performance / price ratio
- ability to adjust volume and play on headphones in the evenings
- no need for regular tuning or humidity control in the room

Here are my observations after 5 months of using the piano:

- Beautiful sound of 3 grand pianos (Berlin Grand, Hamburg Grand, Vienna Grand). I use Berlin Grand the most but this is very subjective.
- Very realistic sound produced by the sound chip + acoustic simulator, you can further modify the sound by opening the lid
- Realistic pedal action
- Sounds good with headphones - realistic stereo effect, 1 or 2 pairs supported
- Good quality / looks good in the room
- A lot of bells and whistles you can use and adjust to your preference

- 3 sensors key action - since there is a force threshold, it can happen that there is no sound when you press the key too lightly, but you would expect a very soft sound from an acoustic instrument
- it doesn't sound natural at higher volumes - up to 50-60% volume sounds like an acoustic piano, which is more than enough, however speakers are not that dynamic when playing louder
- it takes a few seconds to boot the system after powering on (minor inconvenience)

Overall it is a very nice instrument at this price point. Brings a lot of joy to our family!
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