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Casio 88-Key Digital Piano (CDP120CS)

  • Model Number: CDP120CS
  • WebID: 10225554
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Compose your own symphonies with authentic grand piano sound using this Casio Compact Digital Piano. Featuring 88 keys, this digital piano doesn't need tuning and has a wealth of customisation options including three sensitivity levels, five built-in tones and plenty of different digital effects. Comes with a sustain pedal and matching stand that will enhance any décor.

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  • 88 Keys
  • Three sensitivity levels
  • 48 Tones
  • Huge range of digital effects
  • USB connection
  • Headphone jack

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  • Parts - 1 Year(s)
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Keyboard Features
DJ Features No
Firewire Connection No
Headphone Jack Yes
LCD Display No
Midi Connection Yes
Number of Accompaniment Voices 10
Number of Instrument Voices 5
Number of Keys 88
Number of Other Sound Effects 48 Notes of Polyphony
On-Board Tutor Yes
Speaker Output 8 W
Speaker Type 2 Speakers
USB Connection Yes
Velocity Sensitive Yes
Product Features
Width 132.2 cm
Height 75.3 cm
Depth 37.3 cm
Weight 19.3 kg
What's in the Box
Power - AC Adapter Included Yes
Power - Batteries Included No
Pedal Included Yes
Stand Included Yes
Warranty Parts 1 Year(s)

21 Customer Reviews for Casio 88-Key Digital Piano (CDP120CS)

Average Overall rating

4.3 / 5
Based on 24 ratings
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Positive vs. Critical Reviews

91% Positive

22 Reviews

8% Critical

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  • from Scarborough, ON
  • Jun 30, 2014

Digital Piano

My son really loves it. Before, he used to have an upright piano but he told me that their using digital piano in Music school especially during their recitals and music festivals. For the beginners, intermediate or advance, this Casio 88-Key Digital Piano is perfect! Thank you Future Shop.

  • from Vancouver, BC
  • Jun 04, 2014

Good quality, worth the money

I think it is an excellent beginner piano for my 8 years old sister.

  • from Ottawa, ON
  • May 25, 2014

Excellent Digital Piano especially for beginners

I found this piano excellent for my needs. As a beginner piano player it was important to have the full 88 weighted keys and a dampener pedal so that I can have the true piano playing experience. The sound out of the speakers is good, however, I found the sound range is better through headphones. Overall, I would highly recommend this piano for any piano player especially at this price.

  • from Victoria, BC
  • May 07, 2014

Very good starter (digital) piano

I've never learnt to play Piano, I have been a self-taught guitarist for over a decade, and wanted to try other instruments for awhile. I've been eyeing pianos/keyboards for a little while but never could take the plunge... I did so with this one because the features and price were pretty good. The thing is huge, and it was kind of a struggle to get it in my car and up to my apartment at first. But it's all hooked up, and plays great. The weighted piano keys feel like a piano from what I remember of touching a few pianos at various times growing up. I am using this as a casual/fun learning, playing, instrument... I have no pressure to be really that good. Having said all that, I would highly recommend this product for those looking to get into piano... it is nice it has other built in tones... but I wish it had an Organ sound to tell you the truth, otherwise is great.

  • from Montreal, QC
  • Apr 18, 2014

nice piano

This is a very realistic instrument for an electronic device. the key response and sensitivity is closer to a real piano than many keyboards. It acts and sounds like a piano. Well, for a not-piano, that is. It isn't a real piano, but it is good for the price. If you want a REAL piano, this isn't one. But it is good enough for my needs. I am quite pleased. The sustain pedal isn't all that great, if there is a fault.