My yamaha sort of acts this way as well. There shouldn’t be any difference. Between the key feel and the piano sound, you can really get your piano playing jollies with this keyboard. The speakers are pretty nice sounding, even though they don’t go that loud. Why do you prefer midi out?

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Second, because of the fact that i don’t want to use onboard sounds when playing, i need to know whether or not this piano can act as a master midi controller casuo it’s usb port to PC. You cannot get that concert hall sound, at least through the speakers. The key feel for this keyboard is fantastic.

CME distributor told me casoo don’t have 88key controllers i know CME itself have but distributor don’t bring it only for special requests and offered me M-Audio Keystation Pro 88 with a price a lot higher than the price actual distributor of the M-Audio gave me. I think I’ll be pretty happy with this thing.

It’s actually the reason why prices are too high. I would say it is superior to the PSR’s Live! The PX has the about the same key feel, but either the speakers are much worse or the piano sample is inferior, but caaio is no comparison in the grand piano sound. The PSR sounds too bright, you don’t get any feeling of wood vibrating. You cannot turn the layer down to zero volume nor as much as I would like.


Maybe I’m frustrated with my piano playing skills csio have suffered these last few years. There are no other great voices on this keyboard. Thank you for the recommendation though.

There’s a lot I don’t know concerning midi and have a lot to learn That brings me to this question and I may add it may be very naive of me even asking it.

They have better piano sounds on board and the keyboard action is just as good, or better. I found that I couldn’t get very soft notes with the Fatar. Originally posted by Beakybird: You are not logged in. GrandPiano and WarmGrand are too wet for me. The arranger features on the PXR are more of a toy. Please Pass It On!

It is a little too much of a mellow piano for it to be just perfect for me. Interesting thing is i’ve read lots of bad reviews regarding key action of CME UF88 most of them says that it is worse than M-Audio Keystation 88 Pro which is terrible too according to most of the people but you czsio it’s impressive so it seems like expectations of people wildly differ.


As i said in my first post, i don’t care about on board sounds because i’ll use a software like ivory, akoustik piano czsio. For regular playing I can only get it around I am wondering about piano sound of Motif sound module.

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By the way, how come none of the casio sites i’ve looked at including www. Most Online 15, Mar 21st, I want USB because i don’t have a midi connection equipment. The PXR excels in that area – and no other. If I pushed to soft, I wouldn’t get anything.

I fixed the problem, it works now, i can achieve velocity. Stephenm52 Senior Member Registered: AdminGlobal ModMod. And, about some opinions you’ll come across