Casio PX-160 Portable piano


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The perfect introduction entry level  portable digital piano. Super light weight, weighing  just 11k (plus optional stand) it is ideal for any pianist in any room in the house, and a great choice for both students and gigging musicians alike.

Advisory: If you have underfloor heating, it is recommended to use a Piano heat protection mat.
Available from the showroom


The Piano
Casio’s proprietary sound source, “AiR” (Acoustic and intelligent Resonator) provides the grand piano sounds in the PX-160. Casio meticulously recorded the sound of a 9-foot concert grand at 4 dynamic levels. The AiR engine delivers this sound with seamless dynamics for a remarkably expressive and powerful performance. Damper Resonance is simulated by AiR for uncanny realism when the damper pedal is used.
Key Action
The PX-160 utilizes Casio’s famous Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II keyboard. This action features new simulated Ebony and Ivory textured keys for an incredible feel and its three sensors capture the dynamics of a performance with unparalleled speed and accuracy. Casio’s proprietary Hammer Response feature takes into consideration the speed at which different sized hammers move inside an acoustic grand piano relative to the velocity the keys are played. This timing nuance provides the ultimate key-to-sound experience that is unmatched by the standard actions of other brands.
Grand Sound System
The chassis has been redesigned not only to provide a more elegant look but also to accommodate a new 8w x 8w speaker system, which delivers the PX-160’s remarkable sounds with the richness that they deserve. This speaker system is open to the front but also ported to the back, which provides remarkable sound when the PX-160 is placed against a wall. This also allows it to easily be used in a classroom or other environment where the sound will be projected towards the audience. Far superior to brands whose speaker systems are aimed mostly downward.
New Sounds
The PX-160 also features newly developed string ensemble sounds. These rich stereo strings sound wonderful by themselves or layered with the PX-160’s grand pianos, electric pianos, harpsichord and more. The electric pianos have also been updated providing some dynamic sounds derived from Casio’s award winning PX-5S stage piano. The PX-160 provides split and layer capability allowing you to play bass in your left hand and have two layered tones in your right. Duet mode allows the keyboard to be split into two equal ranges, so the student and teacher can use the piano simultaneously. A two track recorder can even record and playback your practice and performances. The optional CS-67 stand puts the PX-160 at the proper height and the optional SP-33 pedal system provides the same 3 pedal functionality as a grand piano.

This is extract is taken from Digital Piano Review

Yamaha P-115 Vs Casio PX-160

As with the P-45, the P-115 shares many similarities to the Casio PX-160. One thing that some reviewers and others claim is that the P-115 has a more pristine, clean piano tone than the Casio, but this is ultimately a matter of personal preference. Both keyboards feature an array of different sounds, and both of them are fantastic products overall. We think the winner for many looking to purchase their first keyboard will be the Casio, if for no other reason than the price.

Optional ‘Bundle’ package includes Stand & stool



Width 1312 mm
Height 135 mm
Depth 286 mm
Weight 12 kg
Built-in Songs 60
Song Expansion 10 Approx. 900KB (Up to approx. 90KB/song)
Phones/Output Terminals Yes (phones)
Line Out Terminals R, L / Mono Standard jacks 6,3 mm
USB Port Yes
Pedals Standard jack (damper)
NumberIncluded: SP-3 Optional: SP-20, SP-33 (damper, soft, sostenuto)
Tones 18 built-in tones
Piano 1, Elec Piano 2, FM E. Piano, 60’s E. Piano Harpsichord, Vibraphone, Strings 1, Strings 2, Pipe Organ, Jazz Organ, Elec Organ 1, Elec Organ 2, Bass (Lower)
Grand Piano (Concert, Modern, Classic, Mellow, Bright)
Keyboard Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II
Touch Response
3 sensitivity levels, Off
Number of Keys 88 Keys
Duet Mode YES – Duet Pan On/Off
Transpose 2 octaves (-12 semitones ~ 0 ~ +12 semitones)
Octave Shift ±2 octaves
Key Surface Finish Simulated ebony and ivory keys
Metronome Beats: 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Tempo range: 20 to 255
Digital Effects Reverb (4 types), Chorus (4 types), Brilliance, DSP (preset for some tones)
Accessories Included Comes with pedal (SP-3), AC adaptor (AD-A12150), Sheet Music Rest