Product Comparison: Casio CTK-7200 vs Casio WK-7600


General Specifications
Brand
Casio
Casio
Model
CTK-7200
WK-7600
Origin
Indonesia
China
About the Product
When you're composing with the CTK-7200, the possibilities for editing and refining your music are just about endless. The CTK-7200 sports 820 presets and 260 onboard rhythms to spark your creativity. And with its 61 piano-style keys, built-in pattern and song sequencers, DSP effects, tone editor, drawbars, 32-channel mixer, and arpeggiator, this powerhouse arranger makes it easy to transform your musical flights of fancy into finished tracks.
The new Casio WK-7600 offers powerful and extensive features at a price that is unheard of in the portable keyboard market. It offers 820 tones, 260 preset rhythms, 17 track sequencer, 32 channel mixer, as well as audio recording capabilities. Any piece of music you create can be recorded as an audio file on an SDHC card. 9 sliders extend your versatility and provide an impressive 50 draw bar organ tones. Whether you are an amateur or professional musician, the WK-7600 will allow you to create, edit and play your compositions at home, in the studio or on the stage.
Key Specs
Number of Keys
61
76
Weighted Keys
No
No
Instrument Sounds
820
820
Metronome Included
No
No

Casio CTK-7200

Casio WK-7600

Casio CTK-7200

Casio WK-7600

What customers say about "Key Specs"
Casio CTK-7200 61-Key Personal Keyboard
  • The build quality is solid, there is nothing cheap about it. From a purely aesthetic point of view, the Roland FA08 looks great, which includes cool attention to details
  • The beat & rhythm is provided by a vast array of generated back-up selections which facilitates melodic work & will fit any style of playing.
  • This keyboard has a nice feel to the keys. Certainly not weighted but not as flimsy as some older synth action keys or controller keyboards I have encountered.
  • I really like the drawbar organ tone bars... good(like having my Hammond back) great fun...all in all the combined sounds on board sequencer ,a whole load of technology I don,t know how they can do it for the price !!!
  • The sounds, effects, appergios, rhythms from different parts of the world made my day. People need to sit down with this machine and just explore the different ways of using it to appreciate how great a kit it is.
Casio WK-7600 76-Key Workstation Keyboard
  • Very capable machine for this type of fun. You can split the keyboard anywhere you want to , the keys feel decent.
  • All and all, for the features, 76 keys, and ease of use, I would buy this keyboard again if something happens to this one.
  • The keys have a piano like feel-kinda like weighted, and WAY beyond my expectations.
  • The only downsides to this keyboard are the keys are a little clicky and there is no sustain option so you will need to buy a sustain pedal of some sort if you would like that option.
  • The first Casio I purchased, I had to return because two of the keys malfunctioned within a month. Now this one has a few keys I am not pleased with, as they rattle.
Size & Weight
Height
5.2 in.
5.9 in.
Width
37.2 in.
46.7 in.
Depth
14.9 in.
15.7 in.
Weight
22 lbs.
28.7 lbs.

Casio CTK-7200

Casio WK-7600

Casio CTK-7200

Casio WK-7600

Casio CTK-7200

Casio WK-7600

Casio CTK-7200

Casio WK-7600

What customers say about "Size & Weight"
Casio CTK-7200 61-Key Personal Keyboard
  • Surprisingly lightweight for it's size.
  • It's good quality and not bulky.
  • The size, the sound, the functions are what I needed.
  • This is a portable keyboard, unlike a full sized electronic piano, but it is heavy enough that it doesn't budge about the desk. And it feels quality.
Casio WK-7600 76-Key Workstation Keyboard
  • It has a really good size, some people complain it is heavy, but what do you expect with 76 keys
  • The size, the sound, the functions are what I needed. I am glad I bought it, and can recommend it for teaching/learning purposes.
  • Surprisingly lightweight for it's size
  • The feel of the keyboard is very nice which touch response and a solid weighted keyboard feel, almost. The best feel of any keyboard I have used that is not a weighted keyboard.
  • The main is that it is less wear on the joints than any weighted 88 ! I use basic sounds for blues piano and this thing, though midi-like is very functional !
Features
Display Type
Backlit LCD
Backlit LCD
Mixing Capabilities
Yes
Yes
Equalizer
No
No
Drum Pads
No
No
Recording Feature
Yes
Yes
MIDI
IN/OUT
16 Channel multi-timbre received, GM level 1
USB Port(s)
Yes
Yes
Power Source
AD-A12150
12V DC or six D cell batteries
Extras
Arpeggiator; tone and rhythm editor, Drawbars; pitch bend wheel and modulation button, 96-setting registration memory, Audio recording to SD card, 17-track sequencer; 32-channel mixer
Tones That Will Inspire Your Music, Sliders Galore, Capture The Moment, Polyphony, Preset Rhythms, A Full Band: Included
What customers say about "Features"
Casio CTK-7200 61-Key Personal Keyboard
  • I play it through a 40 watt Roland amp & it provides plenty of great piano tone & rhythmic volume for our little group. It allows me to be more creative by not having to deal with timing issues.
  • I have found there is a fuller more beefy sound from the on board speakers and a better feel to the piano style keys ( almost as good as a light weighted keyboard )
  • Lots of presets rhythms built into the Casio, one feature being a one touch button that matches the rhythm you are playing to.
  • One really useful feature was the inclusion of an SD card slot (that also can use SDHC) to save music too - handy to be able to quickly dump out to share with people.
  • This keyboard sounds good. Midi in/out was important to me. The ad said it had midi. I needed to read the fine print as it is only usb midi for computer use. Disappointing.
Casio WK-7600 76-Key Workstation Keyboard
  • There are a billion other features-most of which I will never use-but as I progress, may endeavor into them over time. It's rare that I would recommend anything this highly. The price was great, as well
  • Touch Sensative, displays the notes you play, great sound, adjustable volume. Love it! Modern. Simple. Stylish.
  • I like this keyboard. I have played in bands and on my own for some time. I wanted to try this one, because I use MIDI a lot and wanted to try a keyboard that used a USB cable instead of a MIDI cable and adapters for my computer.
  • The stand is pretty standard. I wish it could be adjusted a little lower. I have seen reviews that wish the keyboard attached to the stand somehow.
  • The removable stand for the music is also nice to have. Definitely glad I ordered this package.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year(s)
2 year(s)
Certifications
CE, EAC
CE, FCC
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