Casio WK225 Portable Keyboard with 76 Touch-Sensitive Keys
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- 48 Note polyphony
- 5 Song, 6 Track Recorder
- Class Compliant USB MIDI port
- 76 note, touch response, piano style
- 600 Built-in tones including stereo pianos
- 180 Rhythm & Accompaniment patterns
- Integrated Step-Up Lesson System
- Large backlit display with notation and fingering display.
Get pleasure from resourceful playing preferences with the use of Casio WK225. It is a portable keyboard that features about 600 built-in tones, 48-note polyphony in addition to 180 beats as well as supplement models for an extensive range of melodic modes.
|Inputs||1/4″ headphone/audio OUT jack; 1/8″ audio IN; 1/4″ mic IN;USB (cable not included); Sustain pedal input; 1/4″; AC power supply not always included (see Accessories below); No sustain pedal included; Awkward touch-responsivity (see Keys & “Action” below)|
|Polyphony||48-note; 24 for some voices|
|Touch Sensitivity||2 velocity settings or off|
|Reverb/Chorus||10 reverb settings; 5 chorus|
|76 piano-style keys||Touch-sensitive keys with 48-note polyphony for expressive playing.|
|Step-up lesson system||Helps you learn to play.|
|built-in tones||600 tones; Plus 180 rhythm and accompaniment patterns for layered;rich sound.|
|Reverb and chorus effects||Enhance sound.|
|Large backlit display||With notation and fingering display|
|Headphone jack||Lets you practice in private.|
|USB MIDI interface||For wide-ranging use with most MIDI music software.|
|1/8″ audio line input||Lets you connect an MP3 player.|
|Outputs||Headphone;Jacks that send sound or video out to other devices such as headphones; car stereo systems and extra displays.|
|Key Size||Piano size|
|Polyphony (Note Quantity)||48|
|Tones (Number of)||600|
|Display Type||Backlit; Technology used to display text and images on the screen; Computer monitors; notebook computers mobile DVD players and other devices typically use LCD (flat-panel liquid crystal displays) screens.|
|Headphone Jacks||Yes Outputs that allow the connection of headphones using 1/8″ (mini) or 1/4″ (phone) jacks.|
|Number of Keys||76|
The touch-sensitivity of the WK-225 model is mainly reliant on how fast a note can be pressed, and not on how firm you lay a hand on the key. There is a method which is found to be puzzling for ear-hand coordination, and that may hold back the progress of many more advanced and vibrant practices on the piano.