For over 15 years, Privia pianos have delivered a pure piano experience for any situation. Now, the PX-S1000 brings a fresh new design into the Privia family of instruments, making brilliant technology a part of your musical life.
- Stunning piano Tones with damper and string resonance, plus 17 other Tones
- Smart Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard with simulated ebony/ivory key textures
- Beautifully polished top panel design with illuminated touch sensor controls
- Bluetooth audio for playing along with your favorite songs
- Designed to work with the free Chordana Play for Piano iOS/Android app
- Slim design that weighs less than 25 pounds
- Powerful stereo speaker system plus two headphone and two ¼” outputs
- Optional battery power (AC adapter included)
- Class-compliant USB port with no drivers or installation needed
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Slim. Stylish. Smart.
The PX-S1000’s striking design fits any room, any decor, and any mood. Available in either black or white finish, its sleek, glossy panel and unibody case evokes a luxurious acoustic grand, in a gorgeous case that’s barely larger than the keys themselves.
The Perfect Touch
There’s never been a keyboard this slim that feels this good. The superior touch of the PX-S1000 is thanks to the newly designed fully weighted Smart Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard, which delivers an authentic and uncompromising piano touch with an incredibly small footprint. Casio’s proprietary key scaling system reproduces the individual characteristics of each of the 88 keys, while ebony and ivory key textures ensure confident playing in any climate.
Piano and Beyond
The PX-S1000 includes 18 Tones including a breathtaking acoustic grand piano. Advanced string resonance exposes the harmonic relationships between vibrating strings, while damper resonance adds depth and richness. You’ll even hear the damper rise and fall when the pedal is pressed, along with the subtle mechanical sound of the keys being played and returning to their original position. Hammer response and key-off simulation deliver even greater detail, reacting naturally to your playing dynamics. Along with piano, you’ll also find lifelike tine and reed electric pianos, organs, strings, vibraphone, harpsichord and more.
Now You See It…
The PX-S1000’s touch sensor controls are revealed only when the power button is pressed, and are easy to see and use in any light. They fade away when powered off, leaving only a clean, seamless top panel.
All the Bluetooth speakers you may have lying around your home just became obsolete. Integrated Bluetooth audio lets you connect your device wirelessly to the PX-S1000, playing your music through its powerful stereo amplification system. Now, instead of just enjoying your favorite music, you can join the band.
Speaking For Itself
A stereo speaker system delivers crystal-clear sound towards both the player and the audience, and is engineered to sound accurate when facing a wall, placed on a table, or in an open performance space. The speakers project towards the player from subtle ports just above the keys, and towards the audience from rear-facing drivers with a beautifully designed grill. Two headphone jacks allow quiet play at any time.
The PX-S1000’s newly developed Sound Mode gives your playing new perspective, with two immersive modes that surround you with your music. Going even deeper, you can select from four types of Hall Simulations to place your PX-S1000 in the virtual concert space of your dreams.
The Perfect Fit
Privia pianos are already known for replicating grand piano sound and feel in a compact package, but the PX-S1000 will make you rethink how portable a piano can be. It’s 43% smaller than previous generation Privias and takes up literally less than half as much space as its competition, while retaining true piano touch and sound. It goes anywhere you need a piano: On a table, on a counter, on a desk, on your bed, the list goes on. Weighing under 25 pounds and with optional 6xAA battery power, the possibilities are endless.
Bring It On Home
If you are adding a PX-S1000 to your living space, you can make it even more beautiful by adding its matching wooden CS-6X stand, which places the PX-S1000 at perfect grand piano playing height. Add the optional SP-34 3-pedal unit for even greater authenticity, with rubber feet that cling confidently to any surface.
Connect and Create
Download the free Chordana Play for Piano app (available on Google Play and the iTunes Store) and customize your PX-S1000 to suit your mood. Change instrument settings, control the MIDI recorder, and interact with MIDI files from your favorite device. View PDF scores, and use the optional SP-34 3-pedal unit (or third-party Bluetooth-compatible pedals) to turn pages when playing. You can even learn your favorite songs with a graphical “piano roll” which grades you on how well you play.
The PX-S1000 is also an ideal master controller for your home studio. It’s more affordable than most dedicated 88-key MIDI controllers, delivers a better piano feel, and includes a collection of studio-quality sounds. Best of all, it fits easily into any desk designed to hold an 88-note instrument with room to spare. Class-compliant USB means you can connect to any Mac/PC/iOS/Android device with no drivers or installation needed.
Piano To Go
When it’s time to play out, the PX-1000’s lightweight and impossibly slim design will make you wonder why you ever used anything else. The optional carrying case (sold separately) includes space for the PX-S1000, its music rest, and the portable SP-34-pedal unit (sold separately). Connect via left & right 1.4″ outputs to any amplification or recording destination.
Like all Privia instruments, the PX-S1000 features Duet mode, which splits the keys into two equal pitch ranges for performances or educational settings. A teacher and student, or two students, can be seated at the same instrument. The PX-S1000’s Duet mode also has a Pan feature, which allows true two-student-per-instrument compatibility with all popular piano lab systems.
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