“The PX-750 came out as the best choice”
I purchased a Casio Privia PX-750
The reason I went for the Privia is because it was the most highly recommended digital piano
online. From the outset, after doing some research, I wanted a full 88-keyed keyboard with some sort of hammer action.
Initially I was looking at second-hand Yamaha’s, as they came highly recommended by online
contacts. I started noticing Casio’s being suggested on for as alternatives for the Yamaha models (p35 and P105).
After googling comparison topics, the Casio Privia series seemed to eek out ahead every time. I
ended up searching for reviews for the Yamaha P35 and Casio CDP120, and came across a comparison review.
In the final paragraph, the writer noted that the most recent Privia piano’s were a far better choice, albeit a
more expensive option. I proceeded to read this review, and the PX-150 came out way ahead
in terms of key-quality and polyphony (128 vs 48 and 32 on the other Casio and Yamaha, respectively).
After some more research, the PX-750 came out as the best choice. Buying the PX-150 and the
optional bits (stand, 3-pedal unit), the 750 would be about €50 more. In a video review by rbodinnar, the better
speakers on the 750 seemed like they’d be worth the extra money. The PX-850, also covered in the video review, seemed to be
a step up from the 750 in a major way (this being reinforced by a few other reviewers as well),
but the 750 itself already stretched my budget. I settled on the 750 with the though that I would be set for
quite some time and if I ever needed to, selling the 750 and buying the 850 would always be an option down the road.
Review by Dave Grouwe
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