At the center of the PX-360MB is the Color Touch Interface. It is a bright, clear 5.3" display that has a full color palette and responds immediately to your touch. With this intuitive panel, you can explore the PX-360 with ease, with all the right information at your fingertips. The elegant, simple interface uses universally recognizable icons that help you take full advantage of the PX-360’s diverse sounds and features.
Powered by AiR
At the heart of the PX-360 is the AiR (Acoustic Intelligent Resonator) sound source. Faithfully reproducing the sound of a 9-foot concert grand piano, the AiR sound source also incorporates every possible detail within the piano sound. Casio’s Linear Morphing technology ensures the smoothest possible curve in dynamics, from the quietest pianissimo right through to the loudest fortissimo. The Key-Off simulator allows you to control the length of the note decay by the speed at which notes are released.
Full Colour Touch Interface
Navigating the PX360 is a breeze with the new Colour Touch Interface. The 5.3-inch full colour touch screen responds immediately to your touch, incorporating familiar icon styles and gestures such as swipe. The intuitive touch screen ensures every function, from choosing tones and rhythms, to effects and recording are always right at your fingertips.
The PX-360 features Casio’s renouned Tri-sensor 88-note scaled hammer action. Just as on a grand piano, the lower notes feel slightly heavier, and progressively become lighter towards the higher notes. Both beginners and seasoned pianists alike will appreciate the feel offered by the ebony and ivory textured keys, ensuring maximum grip on the keys.
The sound produced by an acoustic piano is not only the sound associated with the individual keys that are struck. Other strings with frequencies closely associated with those producing the sounds will resonate as well, adding to the overall sound and giving the music a uniquely rich resonance. The new AiR sound source reproduces this resonance naturally through the use of a stereo resonance simulator for all 88 keys. The resonance created from using the damper pedal is also reproduced naturally across all 88 keys. When using the optional SP-33 pedal board, a continuously variable damper system reproduces even the subtle changes in reverberation that occur in response to delicate pressure changes applied to the damper pedal. The resonance system allows players to perform with an unprecedented amount of expressive detail.
Fully Equipped Ready to Perform
Much more than just a piano, the PX-360 also features a huge variety of 550 tones, including strings, guitars, basses, drums, synth tones and more. Combine this with the 200 built-in rhythm patterns and automatic accompaniments, the possibilities are endless, covering a wide range of musical genres.
From Home to the Stage
The PX-360 is designed with flexibility in mind. When combined with the CS67 stand and SP33 pedal board, it becomes an attractive furniture style digital piano sure to suit any home interior design. Yet the PX360 can be easily taken from home to the stage. Featuring stereo Line Output and Inputs, USB and 5-pin MIDI connections, the PX360 can be easily incorporated into any live performance setup. The 96 Performance Registrations ensure your custom setups are always at your fingertips, ready to recall in an instant.
Studio Functions Built In
Capturing your ideas is simple with the built-in 17-track MIDI song recorder. Store up to 100 songs, or even utilize the Audio Recorder to record in .WAV format direct to a USB thumb drive. A Class Compliant USB MIDI connection as well as 5-pin MIDI In/Out ensures the PX-360 will play nice with any other external studio gear.
5 Year Warranty
All Casio keyboards, digital pianos and synthesizers purchased from an authorised Australian retailer are backed by a 5 year warranty.*
*warranty conditions apply.