Casio is the number one supplier of domestic portable keyboards and digital pianos in Australia and has been distributed by Shriro Pty Ltd since 1983.
Casio first came to recognition in Japan in 1957 when they created the world's first all-electronic compact calculator. Casio's advances in digital technology led to many important discoveries and to new product categories including musical instruments.
Since that time, Casio has continued as a world leader in technology through research and development. Today Casio produce some of the worlds most advanced and innovative keyboards and digital pianos for all levels of players.
Hutchings pianos sell the Privia and Celviano ranges of Casio digital pianos. Celvianos feature a traditional digital piano design, whereas Privias are more portable and contemporary.
Grand piano level sound quality
Casio’s Celvianos and Privias utilise a new Linear Morphing AIF Sound Source, based on detailed analysis of the acoustics of a grand piano. Casio have realistically reproduced the fine nuances of everything from lilting pianissimos to powerful fortissimos. Experience the joy of having complete musical expressivity at your fingertips.
New Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard
True and smooth grand piano level key action is reproduced using the actual weight of the hammer, without relying at all on springs. A new keyboard structure dramatically improves the playability of successive notes, for touch that is even closer to that of a grand piano than ever before. In addition, low notes play heavier and higher notes play lighter, just like an acoustic grand. The result is everything you could possibly ever want in a quality keyboard plus much more.
Never-seen-before piano styling in a compact design that complements just about any modern interior decor.
The Celvianos display authentic traditional styling that has long withstood the test of time, updated to look better than ever. The Privias are compact, lightweight and stylish. They can be portable, or designed to suit any home.
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