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Casio AP-620 Celviano Digital Piano with Matching BenchThe Casio Celviano line of console pianos has been refined for those who demand an authentic grand piano experience. The AP-620 digital piano's traditional design houses stereo grand piano sounds and an enhanced "ivory touch" keyboard. Every nuance and detail of your performance is captured using a tri-sensor, spring-less, 88-note, scaled hammer action. Plus, a 4-layer stereo grand piano sound delivers a natural, expressive, and dynamic piano experience. The Casio AP-620 digital piano features an amazing 250 tones along with full accompaniment and 180 rhythms. It has advanced features that include an LCD display, a 16-track recorder, and built-in SD card storage and registration memory to instantly recall splits, layers, and rhythms at an instant. The Casio AP-620 has dual headphone outputs, but also includes a powerful 30W per side speaker system that delivers sound throughout your home.With 128 notes of polyphony, USB MIDI, duet mode, 1/4" audio outputs, and many more features, the Casio Celviano's advanced technology and sound makes the AP-620 digital piano the perfect addition to any home.
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Having played the piano off and on since childhood, and having not had one of my own for a while, I'd wanted to have one again for some time. The idea of a Casio keyboard first caught my attention when I was looking at pianos and keyboards at a local store and discovered a lower model Casio keyboard that had a feel to the keys that I thought was as good as some of the much more expensive digital pianos and more like an acoustic piano, rather than what seems to me like the rather toy-like feel of a typical basic digital keyboard. I kept looking and after some searching I found some very glowing comments about the Casio AP-620. When an opportunity that seemed too good to pass up also presented itself, I took the plunge.
Most of my experience playing pianos has been on acoustic pianos and I'd long believed that keyboards and digital pianos and the like were fundamentally worthless toys. I still think most of them are. But, to some extent some of them seem to have come of age, and it occurred to me that I didn't really need a 500 lb model of anything to try to figure out how to maneuver around.
If, as I'm playing it, I don't think about it too much, the Casio AP-620 pretty much feels and sounds like a piano. Occasionally as I'm playing I'll think "that note felt rather hallow and empty". But, for the most part the feel and the sound are there. At 2X30 watts of audio amplification the AP-620 seems to have more power technically than most models I've seen, and yet it's still definitely none too much. I think any less would be problematic as it's seldom any too loud and it takes sufficient volume to be able to create a credible dynamic difference when playing the keys softer or harder. I'd say the weakest point of the AP-620 is the sustain pedal. On an acoustic piano the sustain pedal is a vital component and something you can really finesse and do a lot with as the pads impact the vibration of the strings. On the 620 it's fundamentally an on/off switch and the difference is sometimes glaringly apparent and lacking. Some of the unique abilities of a digital piano (changing keys and such) are interesting, but most of it still strikes me as basically just "toy-like".
I wish there were better and easier opportunity to try various pianos, as I've noticed there is a much lower cost digital piano model available on WWBW that I wonder about and have never tried. Still, the AP-620 seems like a lot more piano than I reasonably could have purchased in an acoustic for the same money. I guess we'll see how well it holds up over time, which is certainly another concern of mine with digital pianos.
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