Availability: Discontinued, replaced by PX870.
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Could you give your opinion of the Casio PX850 Digital Piano, after reading your ”7 Things You Must Know” we were erring towards the Roland F120, but the Casio seems a good value for money buy. We do not necessarily want all whistles and bells, tone and sound quality is the most important as well as touch.
Yours in anticipation
Reply/ Hi Dave
The Casio PX850 is a nice instrument.
And it’s the top model in the Casio Privia range.
Casio have made some marginal improvement to the
sound quality in the PX850. The key touch is also
smoother and more responsive thanprevious models.
The Roland F120 is a nicer piano.
If you want a natural piano sound then Roland beats
Casio any day. The F120 has more resonance and
clearness to its tone.
What’s more, the key touch is more responsive on
the Roland. You can play more difficult pieces without
any concern of missing notes. The repetition is superior.
Width: 1367 mm
Depth: 299 mm
Height: 837 mm
Weight: 35.5 kg (with stand)
Speakers: (2 x 8 watts)
Speaker Sizes: 12cm x 2
Tri Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II
Ebony and Ivory Keys
256 Note Polyphony
3 Pedals (sustain, soft and sostenuto)
Headphone connections x 2
3 Year Home Warranty