AP-500 Joins the Elite Family of Cabinet Digital Pianos with AIF Technology
Casio, Inc.’s new AP-500 will strike the right chord with any music lover! The newest digital piano is in perfect harmony with the innovative Celviano line, which is known for blending the look of a traditional cabinet piano with the newest and best digital piano technology. The AP-500 is an innovative new digital piano that combines the classic cabinet style with modern technology. The newest addition to the Celviano family is the first Casio digital piano to feature AIF (Acoustic and Intelligent Filtering system) technology.
The Celviano line is Casio’s groundbreaking series of cabinet style digital pianos that mimic the look and sound of a traditional piano. Scaled hammer action makes users feel as though they are tickling the finest ivories. The AIF acoustic quality offers advanced technology with refined sounds and exteriors for a digital piano which reproduces the rich tonal sounds of a grand piano with a powerful 2 way Bass — Reflex speaker system. The Celviano line provides the look and sound of a baby grand piano, without the grand price. The AP-500 is the first digital piano on the market to feature AIF for under $1,500.
“It’s important that everyone, regardless of age or income be able to experience the joy of making music,” said (NAME), (TITLE). “We are proud to offer music enthusiasts the very best technology that a digital piano has to offer at an affordable price. The new AP-500 will allow people who cannot afford a grand piano, or do not have the space for one, to produce high-quality music.”
Launched in May, the AP-500 provides piano enthusiasts with a modern spin on the traditional piano. Novice and skilled pianists alike will be begging for an encore once they play the 88 key digital piano. The AP-500’s sound source provides 128-note polyphony and allows notes to reverberate naturally without being cut off during high-speed passage, giving the sound of a grand piano. The AP-500 carries a 60 watt (30w per side) sound system to effectively recreate the sound of a grand piano.
Additional features include:
- 164 tones
- 20 Rhythms for Piano
- 74 songs
- Expanded song memory
- SD card slot
- USB and MIDI
- 2 extra speakers that allow for 2-way Multi Speaker Bass Reflex System
The AP-500 retails for $1,399.99.
Casio, Inc., Dover, N.J., is the U.S. subsidiary of Casio Computer Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, Casio, Inc., which markets digital cameras, calculators and other educational products, business organizers, mobile presentation devices, keyboards, portable color TVs, timepieces (Wrist Technology), as well as cash registers and other consumer electronic products. For more information visit Casiousa.com.