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Casio Privia PX 850 Digital Piano Review

Published on 10/01/2014

  • Casio Privia PX 850 Digital Piano Review

What is so different about this Casio Privia PX 850? Casio describe it as the "flagship model" of their Privia digital pianos, but with the higher price tag, is it really that much better than other models?

Casio's series of digital pianos are already popular for their cool features and great sounds,

You already get the features that have made the PX-750 such a popular Casio model.

Features as Standard

  • 88 note hammer action keyboard
    Touch sensitive
  • 18 instrument sounds
  • Split, layer, duet and transpose functions
  • 2 track recording
  • Ebony and ivory feel keys which helps with moisture absorption while you're playing
    You can easily connect the piano with your iPad or computer which can enhance your practice and playing skills


  • Key off Simulator so the reverb is affected by how hard you press the keys, which closely resembles an acoustic piano
  • String resonance so players can control their strength of touch
  • Variable Piano Lid for more piano sound depth, imitating a little grand piano when the sound is profected back towards you
  • 256 Polyphony for smooth playing and  to suit all skill levels of pianists
  • Piano style design cabinet
  • 3 Pedals Damper, soft and sostenuto pedals to dampen and sustain notes

With all Casio pianos, you get a good sound, a good feel and a great price. The additional features on the PX 850 make it a powerful digital piano with an oustanding sound projection and an authentic piano feel.