Product Comparison: Casio PX-760 vs Casio PX-860


General Specifications
Brand
Casio
Casio
Model
PX-760
PX-860
Origin
China
China
About the Product
With its expressive timbre, the PX-760 offers to all piano purists a selection of sounds which is very close to an acoustic instrument. This focus on pure piano sounds is supported by the integrated triple pedal unit with its damper resonance producing fine sound quality. The new “Concert-Play” function is also integrated into the PX-760 and its perfect piano playing. With 10 orchestral pieces for piano, piano parts can be practiced and played, with tempos that can be changed.
The perfect sound in a compact piano. With the PRIVIA top model you will see the achievements of AiR technology, showing how these compact design instruments can also develop their full sound potential. All the new elements in the new sound tones of the PX-860 are completely convincing when the lid of the PRIVIA is opened up.
Key Specs
Number Of Keys
88
88
Key Size
Full-Size
Full-Size
Number Of Sound Effects
18
18
Number Of Tunes/Songs
10
60
Polyphony
128 notes
256 notes
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Casio PX-760 Privia Digital Home Piano
  • I couldn't be more pleased with this digital piano. The keys are weighted so it feels like the real deal.
  • The sound quality is great, at full volume it can be very loud, and this piano will never be out of tune!
  • There are about 10 songs that are pre-recorded so that when you get into the "concert mode" (comes w/ sheet music) you can play along w/ the string orchestra. Quite fun.
  • The piano looks awesome, plays very nicely, sounds great, the action on the keys is good, the keys feel good, and the 3 pedals all work really nicely.
  • My only gripe is that the higher notes seem a bit too underwhelmed by the lower keys at times, as compared to a real piano (I haven't played around with all the settings yet).
  • It looks good but one of my keys came broken.I need to manually lift then press very hard for it to play. Disappointed.
Casio PX-860 Privia Digital Home Piano
  • Key action is very real. I feel like I’m playing on a real piano. Keys feel nice
  • Comes with other sounds i.e. organ, strings, harpsichord etc.
  • So in love with this digital piano. The sound and the feel of the keys, feels like you're playing a baby grand at a reasonable price.
  • Pleasant weighting and hammer action really remind me of a grand piano. I also find the ebony/ivory effect key surfaces much more enjoyable than the more shiny finishes, allowing for smooth, controllable sliding along the keys with no "stick/slip"
  • The keys are weighted nicely, each note comes through distinctly and with more purity of tone than any piano I have ever played, and the pedal works perfectly.
  • The acoustic bass sound is not the best, but if you are looking to buy this mainly for the piano, it shouldn’t be a problem.
Size & Weight
Height
32.8 in.
33 in.
Width
53.43 in.
53.8 in.
Depth
11.77 in.
11.88 in.
Weight
69.45 lbs.
78.3 lbs.
What customers say about "Size & Weight"
Casio PX-760 Privia Digital Home Piano
  • Even though this piano doesn't have much depth in size, I hardly notice any wobble with the slideouts extended on the bottom.
  • Plus, it doesn't take up a lot of room, so it's great for an apartment.
  • Little in size but HUGE on sound !
  • The size is perfect for small spaces.
  • It's heavy, about 60 pounds.
Casio PX-860 Privia Digital Home Piano
  • Compact and takes up very little room. We live in a small apartment so it’s perfect for us.
  • This piano takes up much less space than an acoustic piano or many other digital pianos - the keyboard is the same size, but it doesn't need as much other stuff. So it's ideal for a smaller space or along a wall where you don't want it to stick out so far.
  • If you're looking for a compact, but full sounding digital piano with a realistic touch, this may be what you're looking for.
  • It's compact but very sturdy and well made.
Features
Keyboard Sensitivity
Hammer Response, Damper Resonance, Normal
Hammer Response, Damper Resonance, String Resonance, Sustain Samples
Pedals
3 Built in Pedals
3 built-in pedals: damper, soft, sostenuto
Digital Effects
Yes
Yes
Metronome Included
Yes
Yes
MIDI
No
Yes
Recording Feature
Yes
Yes
USB Port(s)
1
1
Number Of Headphone Jacks
2
2
Integrated Speaker(s)
Yes
Yes
Additional Accessories Included
Music stand
Music stand
Extras
USB MIDI, AIR Sound Source, Keyboard - Action: Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II, 3 sensitivity levels
3 sensitivity levels, Sound - Source: Multi Dimensional Morphing Air, Keyboard - Action: Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II, AIR Sound Source, USB MIDI
What customers say about "Features"
Casio PX-760 Privia Digital Home Piano
  • The entire piano looks good with its included pedals and sounds good, albeit with less features and the keys feel much nicer than similar pianos.
  • On to the console stand. The PX-760 stand is a simple but attractive design and pretty sturdy.
  • The piano sounds great, the texture of the keys is lovely (not plasticky feeling), and the stand is really high quality. Good piano.
  • The sound is great through headphones, not so great through the on-board speakers. This might be resolved by adding a plug in amplifier, I'll check into that.
  • The pedals don't work sometimes unless you turn the unit power off and on again, sometimes twice. This isn't something that happens all the time, but that it happens at all is concerning.
Casio PX-860 Privia Digital Home Piano
  • The speakers are awesome, I feel like I’m in a concert hall when I’m in the other room listening to my daughter play.
  • Comes with two head phone jacks, so you won’t annoy the neighbors or sleeping kids.
  • Sound is quite good, too, even with the little built-in speakers.
  • The sustain pedal doesn’t feel or sound like an acoustic piano. If I hold the sustain pedal down and just keep playing, the notes don’t mesh together as much like it would on an acoustic piano.
  • The base is cheap and wiggles if you bump it or play with vigor. This bothers my husband a lot because they could have used a little thicker wood and made it a little wider so it didn’t wiggle.
  • Can’t adjust the music stand, but that is just a minor detail.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
3 year(s)
3 year(s)
Certifications
CE, FCC
CE, FCC
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