The Casio Privia PXS1000 Limited Edition Red is Slim, Stylish, and sounds as beautiful as it looks. The PX-S1000 is the world’s slimmest digital piano*
Marking a new chapter in the 15 year history of Privia, the originality and incredible new features of this portable digital piano complements any living space and is supremely portable.
After 15 years, the Casio Privia series has returned to its roots. Applying highly compact construction technologies to achieve the quality expected of a piano that you can enjoy playing by yourself, resulting in the slimmest hammer action digital piano in the world. Measuring only 232mm deep, the Casio Privia PXS1000 Limited Edition is small enough for any living space and portable enough to take anywhere.
A Clear Glossy Finish, highlights the flat design with no protruding buttons offers a strikingly modern approach to the digital piano.
The LED Operation panel is sleek and offers access to advanced functions. When not in use, the panel becomes dark, leaving you to focus on performing without distractions.
On-board Bluetooth allows wireless audio streaming through your Privia’s speakers so you can play along with your favourite songs.
The Casio PXS1000 is full compatible with Android and iOS. Using the USB port gives you access to the Chordana Play for Piano app as well as accessing settings and additional features such as
- Piano Remote Controller – for adjusting settings, changing tones and more
- PDF Score Viewer – Display Music Scores and use the Privia’s pedal for hands free page turning
- Audio Player – Play back all your favourite songs with useful tools. Such as Key and Tempo Shift, Looping and melody cancel
and much more. The USB to host enables MIDI Functionality.
The all new Multi Dimensional AIR sound source offers a rich and expressive piano sound. In addition to volume and tone dependent on the force used to play the keys, the tone throughout sustained notes has been dramatically improved. The Acoustic Simulator recreates the experience of playing a grand piano, exposing the harmonic relationship between strings. You’ll even hear mechanical key sounds when playing with a light touch or when releasing a key.