Casio Music UK, one of the world’s most renowned producers of musical instruments, has announced today the launch of two new models of its successful CDP-S series of digital pianos: the CDP-S360 and the CDP-S110.
Both models offer improved functionalities to the current CDP-S range of digital pianos. The CDP-S360 now features Bluetooth Audio & Midi capabilities derived from the Privia and Casiotone ranges – thanks to a new compatibility with the optional Bluetooth Adaptor WU-BT10. Its sound source has seen a great enhancement with an increased polyphony from 64 to 128 notes – providing a superb, dynamic sound. Additionally, the CDP-S110 has benefited from an improved decay for the piano tone and now comes in a sleek colour option – white.
The flagship CDP-360 features a full-scale 88-key keyboard. It is perfectly suited for a wide range of musical genres with the model being packed with 200 rhythms and 700 high-quality tones – choose from keyboard instruments such as grand pianos, organs and harpsichords, through to strings, wind and percussion instruments. All of which make it possible to create diverse performances with just one digital piano.
The CDP-360 also benefits from an improved sound source with an upgraded polyphony from 64 to 128. Not only that, but it is compatible with the fixed three-pedal stand CS-470P or the three-pedal unit SP-34 (both sold separately) – suitable for both piano practice and performance. For learning support, the digital piano can be seamlessly controlled with the free Chordana Play for Piano app for smartphone and tablet – helping to teach anyone how to play the piano. Lastly, the WU-BT10 Wireless MIDI & Audio Adaptor (sold separately) allows you to connect your smartphone or tablet wirelessly to the digital piano.
The second new model from this range is the CDP-S110. An entry-level model in the CDP-S series, this digital piano offers an impressive range of features. It is equipped with an authentic keyboard, has the ability to generate a fantastic sound and it has a superb speaker system. A range of ten essential tones can be chosen, including grand pianos, electric pianos and much more. The piano is available in black and white.
Neil Evans, Head of Casio EMI, commented: “We are pleased to offer our customers two new, great additions to our fantastic range of CDP-S digital pianos. Already a successful series of digital pianos, we are sure the CDP-S360 and CDP-S110 will inspire even more musicians to learn and play no matter what level they are. These two models have redefined what an entry-level instrument can do.”
The CDP-S360 will be available to purchase for RRP £529.00, and the CDP-S110 will have a price of RRP £389.00. Both models are available now at music instrument retailers nationwide.
To find out more information, please visit casio.co.uk/emi.