“Casio CDP-200 just has the right features and quality”
The Casio CDP200 model is just right for my budget.
Since I’m only a beginner, and I’m not that fast “note” reader, casio has this display screen that’s really a big help.
CASIO has a whole lot of features than my other choice, the Yamaha DGX-640, but so as they say, Quality beats quantity. Well I’m not really after the ‘superior’ sound quality of yamaha, besides, I heard both sounds from youtube and there’s only a little difference. Yamaha just has more bass than Casio using their built in speakers. But in CASIO when plugged in an amplifier or headphones, the sound quality is great.
Yamaha although has good sound quality, it is a bit over priced and it’s out of stock here in the Philippines, and the distributors has to make an order to their supplier which will take about a month or so.
Overall, I have no regrets choosing CASIO CDP-200R over YAMAHA DGX-640. I am very satisfied about it, I am very happy about it’s quality and sound, especially when I discovered what the casio ‘can’ do in terms of it’s features. Casio’s keys have a very ‘piano-like’ feel and weight(I have a played to a baby grand and an upright piano in another store and compared it) and it has almost the same feel which, as a beginner, very happy and satisfied about it. Lastly, playing the piano is only one of my hobby. I’m not that professional/virtuoso “player” that requires almost all the qualities and sound of a Grand Piano to a Digital Piano.
Casio CDP-200 just has the right features and quality, a midrange digital piano that is perfect and suites well for a hobbyist and beginners, like me, really can appreciate.
Review by Christian, Philippines
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