Andrei Quint Plays The Casio PX-S1000

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Andrei Quint Plays The Casio PX-S1000

Unread post by Saul » Thu Mar 14, 2019 11:28 pm

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Another nice video of the Casio PX-S1000 in action.

The vid is in Russian but he doesn't say much and I have added a translation below (thanks Sasha)

The new digital piano Casio Privia PX S1000 is a very stylish instrument.

The first thing that strikes you is its ultramodern design.

Glossy surface, sensory buttons that are not visible when the instrument is switched off, ability to connect audio via blue tooth, ability to control and switch over (toggle) through functions and sounds through a special free app, (Chordana Play for Piano). All this is very impressive.

Secondly the PX S has one of the most powerful and realistic sounds that I had ever heard from digital pianos. Deep bass, saturated acoustic overtones and resonance.

The beauty of this instrument that it can be absolutely autonomous, used without mains power. It can be powered by batteries. While it is working on battery power you can also connect a separate unit with three pedals even without the branded stand!

It is very important for me for my concert performances. You can use an ordinary X-shaped stand and at the same time to have in the arsenal three pedals.

Well, let’s listen how its sounds.
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Re: Andrei Quint Plays The Casio PX-S1000

Unread post by Dons » Mon Mar 18, 2019 8:31 pm

Indeed, deep bass. I am just excited about the new line of Privia models especially the top of the line that is yet to come. Thank you, Saul, for the video and translation.
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