Casio’s AiR sound source
Thanks to Casio’s Acoustic and intelligent Resonator (AiR) technology, you can experience the unprecedented tone of a grand piano. Now boasting an expanded memory module, the AiR can achieve longer samples than previous models. What does this mean for you? Longer samples decay more naturally without any looping or any other artificial effects.
When you play a grand piano, the sound you hear is not from one single note. Other strings with associated frequencies will resonate as well, adding their sound to provide a uniquely rich resonance. Casio has digitally mastered this response to ensure every performance is expressively unique. All 88 keys will continuously respond to the power behind each stroke. Every nuance of a pianissimo phrase, followed by the intensity of a fortississimo phrase will be replicated with exquisite detail. So whether you’re reciting Debussy or Rachmaninoff, you can perform a truly organic experience.
Scaled hammer action
The Casio PX 770 features Casio’s Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II keyboard. Thoughtfully designed to deliver the most natural and authentic playing experience, the PX 770 is meticulously engineered to recreate the weight, touch, and resistance of a grand piano.
The digital piano is made with simulated Ebony and Ivory textured keys, replicating the touch and playability of an acoustic grand piano. And thanks to the all-new tri-sensor system, you can accurately capture the tonal character of your performance with the PX 770. Casio’s PX 770 allows you to perform with total depth, character, and strength.
Stunning modern design
The PX 770’s design is ideal for the modern home environment. Despite having a full-size keyboard, the 770’s cabinet is slim and easy to store in bedrooms and living spaces. There’s an attached music rest that’s ideal for holding your books, smartphone, or tablet. The sliding cover keeps the keys clean and dust-free when it is not in use.
Chordana Play for Piano app
Casio understands that technology plays a large part in education, and learning to play the piano is no exception! Now you can connect your smartphone or tablet to your piano via a USB cable to unlock a wealth of educational features. You can choose between the 60 included PDFs of sheet music on the Chordana Play for Piano app, or you can even add your own PDF files. When connected via USB, you can configure your single or triple pedal unit as a page turner, enabling you to concentrate on the performance. If you’re looking to gain insight into the individual pieces and composers, then the app also has built-in descriptions listed from the PTNA (Piano Teachers’ National Association).
For a more interactive approach, the Chordana Play for Piano app features MIDI files which enables you to play in a piano roll window. With 201 different songs to choose from, this library includes music which even beginners can enjoy listening to and perform. Change the tempo, transpose to an easier key, or even use the AB repeat function to master small parts of the song which you’re struggling with. You can even take lessons using the on-screen keyboard and track your progress using a scoring system! And if that’s not enough, you can import your own MIDI files so you can play along with your favourite music.
But the Chordana Play for Piano app isn’t just for learning. When you connect your Casio piano, you can now use your smartphone or tablet to finetune a multitude of features. You can control main settings such as what voice you are using, metronome settings, and reverb settings quickly and efficiently. If you’re really wanting to tweak your tone, then you can start to experiment with hammer response, string response, lid settings, layering options, split keyboard, recording settings, plus much more! Head over to the Casio website to find out more.
For peace of mind, Casio are happy to provide a 5-year warranty on Grand Hybrid Piano and a 3-year warranty on Privia (PX 770 and PX 870 only) and Celviano (AP 270 and AP 470 only) products where a technician will visit your home for any repairs. 3 Years on-site parts and labour for Privia and Celviano products and 5 years for all Grand Hybrids. Please note, these warranties will be valid once registered with Casio at https://music.casio.co.uk/warranty/.
Number of Keys: 88
Key Tops: Ebony and Ivory Feel
Keyboard Action: Scaled Hammer Action II
Keyboard Touch Response: 3 Sensitivity Levels, Off
Sound Source: Multi Dimensional Morphing AiR
Tone Simulation: Hammer Response, Damper Response, Damper Resonance
Maximum Polyphony: 128
Brilliance: Sub 3 to Plus 3
DSP: Preset on Some Tones
Concert Play Songs: 10
Music Library Songs: 60
User Songs: 10
Storage Per Song: 90KB
Function: Part ON/OFF
Part: Right Hand, Left Hand
Duet Mode: Yes
Metronome Tempo: 20 to 255
Metronome Beats: 0 – 9
Recorder Tracks: 2
Recorder Songs: 1
Maximum Storage: 5,000 Notes
Key Transpose: Plus or Minus 2 Octaves
Pedals: Damper with Half Support, Soft, Sostenuto)
Tuning Control: A4=440Hz
Inputs: Phones/Output, Pedal Connector, USB to Host
Speakers: 12cm x 2, 4cm x 2
Amplifiers: 8W Plus 8W
Included Accessories: AC Adaptor, Music Stand