Play more than piano with Casio’s new high-tech keyboard trio

Casio has just unveiled a new line of digital pianos with many high-tech features that transcend the world of musical instruments.


After teasing these pianos earlier this month, the company is finally opening pre-orders for the Casio Privia PX-S5000, PX-S6000, and PX-S7000. Both top-tier pianos include 32-watt four-way speaker systems that promise to fill the room with spacious sound and mimic the sound and feel of playing a real piano.


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These speakers are also Bluetooth enabled, so you can use them to play music from any connected device. It is useful for leisure, of course, but also to accompany you in your practice.


Each has touch controls for making adjustments, a backlit LED display, and integration with a smartphone app aimed at entry-level gamers. This application is a kind of digital teacher, allowing access to accompaniment, tutorials, scores, etc.


What is the difference between the three? The PX-S6000 and PX-S7000 speaker systems are more robust, for one thing, and the PX-S7000 comes with a stand and pedal to make it a centerpiece in any living space. . Plus, these pianos play more than just, well, piano. Everyone can access many sounds and instruments, with the PX-S7000 allowing over 400 unique instrument types.



They are also quite durable, sturdy, and nice to look at, with availability in multiple colors like black, white, and mustard yellow.


The price of these digital pianos matches the progress Casio has made with the machines. The PX-S5000 costs $1,200, the PX-S6000 costs $1,800, and the PX-S7000 costs $2,500, though you’ll pay a few hundred dollars extra for the mustard-colored version.


All models are available for pre-order now and will be available from late October to early November, depending on model and color.


Corrected 09/22/2023: Updated paragraphs two and five to reflect accurate information on piano features.