Casio Expands Digital Piano Lineup

Casio America has recently announced the addition of two new models to its digital piano lineup – the CDP-S150 and CDP-S350. The new CDP-S models offer a range of features for beginner and professional musicians alike in a slim, lightweight design.

The new Casio CDP-S350 digital piano

Weighing in at under 25 pounds each, the new CDP-S150 and CDP-S350 digital pianos offer a realistic piano sound and feel in modern and ultra-portable design that can be powered by 6xAA batteries. The slim chassis features a scaled, weighted hammer action keyboard with 88 full-size keys with simulated ebony and ivory textures. Both models are equipped with a stereo speaker system plus headphone output for quiet practice, and the included sustain pedal can be replaced by the SP-34 portable three-pedal unit for added piano authenticity. An optional wooden stand and carrying case are also available.

Both models have a class-compliant USB port that works with any Mac/PC/Android/iOS device, with no drivers needed. Players can use the free Chordana Play for Piano iOS/Android App to easily customize their CDP-S, learn their favorite MIDI songs, play back audio files with pitch/tempo control, view PDF scores, and more. The music rest included with both CDP-S models is designed to hold tablets or smartphones.

The new Casio CDP-S150 digital piano

The CDP-S150 includes stereo grand piano plus nine other tones with adjustable effects and temperament, as well as a one-button recorder for capturing performances.

The CDP-S350 features 700 sounds, 200 accompaniment rhythms, a pitch bend wheel, a six-track MIDI recorder with USB storage, and convenient Registration buttons for quickly saving and recalling sounds and settings. A bright backlit LCD display is front and center for easy navigation.

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