Released December, 2009
The Pros:Great beginner set - includes the keyboard, stand and headphones. Ready to go - easy setup and stand assembly. Progressive lesson system - right hand mode, left hand mode and both hands mode.
The Cons:Black keys make noises when pressed. Poor LCD visibility - requires a nearby light source for best visibility. Advertised a/c adapter might not be included in the box.
The Casio CTK-2100 is a low-cost keyboard with a 61 piano-style key layout. This is similar to the Casio CTK-2000, but includes a USB port for general MIDI support. Apart from that this is the same keyboard design aimed at beginners, with a Step-up learning system that gives instructions on how to play.
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150 rhythms are built in to accompany the user as they play, and the keys can be set to one of 400 tones. AHL sound sourcing ensures that the tones used are high quality. Sampling is possible through an audio input, allowing a CD or MP3 player to be connected.
- 61 piano-style touch keys
- 150 rhythms
- 400 Tones
- Sampling function
- Voice Pads
- Audio input for CD or MP3 player
- Step-up learning system
- 48-note polyphony
- AHL sound source
- USB port, General MIDI
User Reviews (3)
great beginner set - includes the keyboard, stand and headphones
ready to go - easy setup and stand assembly
progressive lesson system - right hand mode, left hand mode and both hands mode
black keys make noises when pressed
poor LCD visibility - requires a nearby light source for best visibility
advertised a/c adapter might not be included in the box
light key weight - can be a difficult transition for piano players
batteries only last 4 hours for each set of 6 AA's
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