Piano keyboard with 88 keys with touch response Maximum polyphony 128 notes Tones 16 Layer except for bass tones Split with low-range bass tones only Effects brilliance (-3 to 0 to 3), reverb (4 types), chorus (4 types), DSP, acoustic resonance Metronome Beats per bar 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Tempo range 20 to 255 Duet Adjustable tone range -1 to 2 octaves Number of songs 60 User songs 1 (memory capacity up to max. 65 KB) Song volume adjustable Part on/off L, R Recorder Functions real-time recording, playback Number of songs 1 Number of tracks 2 Capacity approximately 5000 notes in total Recording data protection with built-in flash memory Damper pedal with half-pedal operation, soft pedal and sostenuto pedal Touch select 3 types, off Transposition function 2 octaves from -12 to 0 to 12 Tuning function A4 = 440.0 Hz ±99 cents variable Tempering Octave transposition Operation lock MIDI 16-channel multi-timbral receive Supported SD memory cards up to 2 GB Functions SMF playback, data storage, data recall, card formatting Phone stereo standard jacks x 2 Power supply 24 V DC Line out R, L/mono standard jacks x 2 Output impedance 2.3 kΩ Output voltage 1.1 V max. effective Power supply 12 V DC USB port Pedal connector Speakers diameter 12 cm x 2 Output 20 W + 20 W Power adapter AD-E24250LW Dimensions 53.97 x 10.82 x 30 (1371 x 275 x 762mm) Weight 73.85lbs (33.5kg)
Privia - powerful technology in a stylish design. Meet the future of the digital piano. The PX-830BK is a hgh-end model with Linear Morphing AIF Sound Source for grand piano level sound quality. A new Linear Morphing AIF Sound Source, based on detailed analysis of the acoustics of a grand piano, realistically reproduces the fine nuances of everything from lilting pianissimos to powerful fortissimos. Experience the joy of having complete musical expressivity at your fingertips. New Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard for grand piano touch and dramatically improved performance when playing successive keys.True and smooth grand piano level key action is reproduced using the actual weight of the hammer, without relying at all on springs. A new keyboard structure dramatically improves the playability of successive notes, for touch that is even closer to that of a grand piano than ever before. In addition, low notes play heavier and higher notes play lighter, just like an acoustic grand. The result is everything you could possibly ever want in a quality piano plus much more.