Summary: For those thinking about buying this keyboard- There is already an update to this product. The Casio PX-330 has more sounds, better action, more realistic samples, a lettered display instead of just numbers, and is the same price. From my experience the PX-330 is an excellent keyboard.
Summary: I bought this keyboard about 2 months ago and I have really enjoyed it so far. The piano tones sound great and about a thrid of the other tones are very usable. The others sound decent too, I just have no use for them. The action seemed a little heavy (slower) at first but I have gotten use to it now and it doesn't affect my playing at all.
Summary: I have a px-320 and a yamaha p-85 sitting right next to each other. I couldn't decide which to get so I got both and plan on returning one of them. I'm not a concert pianist, but I've played many pianos in my time, and I can honestly say that both of them feel, gloriously, like real pianos. And if you're going to try them out, you have to do it with the sound on - contrary to intuition, the feel of a piano is very much dependent on its sound.
Summary: I purchased the PX-320 in January, 2009 in Japan thinking to revive my skills having grown up playing on an upright. I was overwhelmed by the sound, feel and overall functionality of the keyboard. The onboard speakers weren't great unless you crank up the volume but with the earphones - AMAZING!! The keyboard also included everything else I needed - pc connectivity for MIDI, learning mode, recording, accompaniment - you name it, it had it.
Summary: The Casio PX-320 is the best keyboard out there under $700, bar none. I have demo'd them all, I mean all of them. The PX-320 has the best grand piano sound period, and the Rhodes EP is excellent as well. I know, you think of Casio as a major player amongst the Rolands and Yamaha's and most snicker. STOP! The engineers at Casio really put their soul into this one. Another VERY important feature here is keyboard action. No thunk here!
Summary: Purchased this item for my 20 year old son. Has been playing it for 3 weeks. The sound is good and he says it is better with headphones. He uses many of the extensive number of features. This piano is full size and heavy so it needs a sturdy stand. Very pleased.
If the recessed screws underneath the back are loose
Gary Zupan, Amazon
22 September 2008
Summary: I have played the Casio PX-320 for a couple weeks and am a beginner/intermediate piano player. The PX-320 keys have texture and shape and pressure and volume range and return speed that invites making music. The PX-320 is scaled (graded) so that treble notes are easier and quicker versus bass notes are harder and slower. The keys are weighted and have a simulated hammer action. For my taste the keyboard is a joy to play and is close to an acoustic piano.
Summary: For the price paid, the Casio Privia PX-320 delivers much more than the products from competitors. See the description. The multiple voices provided sound ok through the speakers, but they sound better through a decent pair of headphones. I bought mine to replace a Yamaha P-120, that was too heavy to carry around. I consider the action of the Casio to be very close of the Yamaha's in terms of quality - even if they feel different.
Summary: Great touch for the price - nearly a Roland at half the cost. Good piano sound; many voices are good quality. Lightweight and portable. It doesn't sit well on the conventional keyboard stand, and it doesn't include a cover or bag -- I've had to make these work by myself.
Pros: Fun To Play, Good Sound, Touch Sensitive Keys
Excerpt: Die Casio PX-320 ist ein 88 Tasten Digital-Piano, das eine breite Palette von unterschiedlichen Tönen, Liedern und Rhythmen in seine Fähigkeiten hat. Es verfügt über zwei 1 / 4 Zoll-Eingänge, zwei 1 / 4 Zoll-Ausgänge, zwei 1 / 4 Zoll-Ausgänge für Pedale, einen 1 / 4 Zoll-Kopfhöreranschluss, MIDI-Anschlüsse und einen USB-Port. Es hat ein paar verschiedene eingebaute Effekte wie Reverb und Chorus.