New To Store
The all new CT-X700 from Casio boasts a multitude of fantastic features which truly make it stand out from the rest - whether for a newcomer to the instrument or for a seasoned pro.
Take control of the CT-X700 with fantastic design with modern functionality such as the all new AIX Sound Source to reproduce the natural characteristics of each instrument voice, a USB-to-device port, the synchro stop rhythm controller, tap tempo and much more.
No matter what you need it for - the all new CT-X Series from Casio can provide it with reliability time after time! Now available from Sound Centre.
In 1980 Casio released the Casiotone 201, its first electronic keyboard. As a compact and attractively priced unit that could play sounds from various instruments, this new product drew acclaim from music lovers around the world. Casio subsequently developed numerous features that were only possible using digital instrument technology, including one-touch auto-accompaniment, memory capacity to record and playback songs, auto-play, a melody guide function that guides users through a song by lighting up the keys, and sampling technology for recording any sound for use as a sound source. Casio also broadened into other instruments for people who enjoy creating music, releasing digital drum kits, digital guitars and digital wind instruments. In addition to electronic keyboards, in recent years Casio has been stepping up efforts to expand the popularity of digital pianos.
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