Product Comparison: Casio PX-350 vs Casio PX-360

General Specifications
About the Product
The PX-350MBK represents a significant step in the continuing evolution of the Privia digital piano line. A combination of a new keyboard action and a powerful new sound engine provide a new level of detail, nuance and expression for a superior grand piano experience in the lightweight and stylish design that Privia is known for.
The Privia PX-360 Digital Piano takes your piano performance to new heights. It’s a different kind of instrument, one that will re-ignite the joy you feel when playing your favorite music. Much more than just a piano, the PX-360 will help you realize your inspiration with hundreds of Tones and Rhythms, along with powerful performance and production tools.
Key Specs
Number Of Keys
Key Size
Number Of Sound Effects
Number Of Tunes/Songs
128 notes
128 notes
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Casio PX-350 Touch Sensitive Privia Digital Piano
  • Large amount of options for different sounds and features. No tuning or other piano related maintenance.
  • Great piano sound, as good as anything else out there. Other tones are adequate to decent.
  • They keys are weighted very nicely and the texture was surprisingly comfortable.
  • The Casio Privia PX-350 is one amazing digital piano. The feel and sound is just spectacular.
  • There is nothing wrong with this keyboard. The action is like an acoustic piano. The textured keys are much less slippery than glossy plastic ones. It's just old and Casio has two better Privia models now.
  • Sounds Ok, but the keys don't feel right to me. I wish I had tried it out in the store first. Nothing wrong- they just don't feel right to me. Sounds OK, but I have heard other pianos that sound better. I would pay more for a better piano. Best part about this piano is that it is light weight.
Casio PX-360 Privia Digital Piano
  • This keyboard was recommended to me by a pianist colleague. He was right that it sounds great, feels like an acoustic instrument with its weighted keys.
  • I really like this instrument. First of all, the keys simulate ivory and are properly weighted. It feels good.
  • The grand piano sound is very good with a little adjustments for individual taste. The rest of sounds have high quality regardless whether it is the PCM set or the Casio set. I do some recordings and every time get impressed by quality of the sound.
  • MIDI sequencer - PX360 allows to use 16 tracks plus the system track.
  • Fun features such as Styles, Rythms and more are working stable but require some time to get used to the way they organized.
  • Keyboard(mechanics) is still noisy. People around you will hear a lot of tapping while you are wearing headphones. This is a common problem for all digital pianos.
Size & Weight
5.31 in.
5.5 in.
52.05 in.
52 in.
11.26 in.
11.5 in.
25.4 lbs.
26.2 lbs.
What customers say about "Size & Weight"
Casio PX-350 Touch Sensitive Privia Digital Piano
  • Excellent contruction and feeling of the keys.
  • Portable but it is heavier than expected compared to a synth.
  • 26 pounds!!! The BIGGEST thing that Casio has going for them is the incredible low weight of these boards. It's just incredible that you can have an 88 weighted keyboard that you can tuck under your arm and carry to gigs, the beach, wherever.
  • Weighs only 25lbs (25.4lbs to be exact). It's so easy to carry.
  • It is heavy so a better stand is required.
Casio PX-360 Privia Digital Piano
  • Since I plan to use it in lots of different locations, I was so glad that it is light in weight.
  • The keys have 3-stages (which is state of the art now) and , most importantly for this 65 year old, the instrument weights only 26 lbs.
  • It has very nice grip. The surface of keys is textured. In fact it is a thin film glued to a plastic. The dimentions of the keyboard is the same as of my old one.However the PX-360 feels more confortable like there is a little bit more room for fingers.
Keyboard Sensitivity
Hammer Response, Damper Resonance
Hammer Response, Damper Resonance
Digital Effects
Metronome Included
Recording Feature
USB Port(s)
Number Of Headphone Jacks
Integrated Speaker(s)
Additional Accessories Included
Power Supply, Pedal SP-3
Power Supply
Tri-Sensor, Scaled Hammer-Action Keyboard, Multi-Dimensional Morphing AiR Sound Source, Ebony and Ivory Feel Keys, USB MIDI
5.3" Color Touch Interface controls the keyboard, Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action II keyboard for real piano feel, AiR (Acoustic and Intelligent Resonator) delivers award-winning grand piano tone, Rear-ported speakers deliver superior sound, 16-track recorder for practice and composing, Duet mode for teaching students
What customers say about "Features"
Casio PX-350 Touch Sensitive Privia Digital Piano
  • Midi via USB and Midi I/O. Direct to USB Flash Recording (in either WAV or MID).
  • USB port on front of keyboard (Great for USB flash drives, fans, Lights etc.)
  • The sound is great. The touch is great. The interface is simple. I love how the monitors on the instrument still sound whenever used with a sound system.
  • Does not come with music editing software (such as Cubase or Ableton).
  • Menus and metronome are sometimes hard to navigate.
  • Comes with a crappy foot switch rather than a proper sustain pedal
Casio PX-360 Privia Digital Piano
  • The sound is really excellent and works well in the 18-piece band with which I'm playing. I even like the percussion sounds.
  • The music stand is very sturdy, even though I've extended the sides to accommodate multi page charts.
  • The dedicated carry bag works well, too. If you gig and have to carry your own equipment this ax can't be beat!
  • Audio option midi sequencer there is just so much packed into this new board.
  • AiR technology 550 tones plus all new Styles and drums. Edit option is now a pleasure for Styles with the new touch screen.
  • I would have given it five stars except for the fact that the sustain pedal doesn't seem to record in midi!
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
3 year(s)
3 year(s)
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