Availability: Discontinued, replaced by PX160
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Casio PX150 Reviews
“I am disappointed by the classical piano sound”
I’ve had the chance to try out the Casio PX150 despite the current lack of stand, and am somewhat disappointed by the classical piano sound.
Overall it’s impressive, but some notes in the higher octaves seem to blend into each other when playing complex pieces…
Review by Ardjuna Segers (01/10/2013)
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Thank you for all your emails and the extensive information on digital piano buying.
I am still undecided but from your very useful guide, I think it’s between the Casio px150 and the Yamaha p105.
I’m a beginner and would like to learn to play the piano again (which I did so for a very short time as a child) but at the same time, my budget is quite tight. My parents have a piano which I can access at the weekend but I would like something I can practise with in my own home. Decisions, decisions but I think the next step is to try them out in a store.
Reply/ Hi Winnie
There’s very little to choose between them.
The Yamaha P105 has a marginally better sound,
but feature wise they’re as good as each other
and both are up-to-date with the latest technology.
The Yamaha is more popular than the Casio,
so the resale value would be higher.
Height: 135mm (without stand)
Weight: 11.1 kg (without stand)
Speakers: (2 x 8 watts)
Speaker Sizes: 13cm x 6cm x 2
Tri Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II
Ebony and Ivory Keys
128 Note Polyphony
1 Pedal (sustain)
Headphone connections x 2
3 Year Warranty