The Casio Privia PX-860BK is the black edition of the PX-860 from the popular Privia series. Thanks to features like String Resonance, Key Off Simulator, Lid Simulator and Hall Simulator, it delivers a rich, convincing sound.
For lighter interiors, the Yamaha YDP 162 is offered in this light cherrywood finish. The sound is based on the large CF3S concert grand, and the keyboard feels like that of an acoustic piano. Recording functionality and 10 instruments complete the 162C.
This budget-friendly digital piano by Roland offers a great sound, powered by the SuperNATURAL engine, and a number of additional features, including 90 backing rhythms with full-range chord recognition, various sounds and USB support for WAV and MIDI. Its keys provide a realistic playing experience.
Yamaha calls the CP4 the best stage piano they have ever designed, and with 88 keys, 128-voice polyphony, and 433 sounds it's easy to use and transport.
Featuring an 88-key piano keyboard, acoustic key response and 36 realistic vintage stage sounds - including piano, Rhodes and organ - the black Korg SV-1BK-88 is a professional instrument for live applications.
The RD series has been a constant factor for decades. With the world-stage worthy RD-800, Roland have once again outdone themselves, improving previous models by adding PHA-4 Concert Keyboard with Escapement and new SuperNATURAL pianos.