Casio Celviano AP 470 Digital Piano Black
What We Think
Well, where do I start with this great addition to Casio’s Celvieno range of digital pianos , its fantastic. The sound quality is bigger and brighter than its little brother the Ap-270. This is due to the speaker system being nearly 3 times bigger, Casio have also added string resonance which really does add another dimension of authenticity to the sound of the piano. . The quality of the action with the 3 sensors per key is a joy to play, with great control of dynamics and expression. A nice feature on the Ap-470 is the ability to customise the piano sound to your own taste. A really useful feature I found was the Usb audio, where I could record my playing straight to a Usb stick !
The Ap-470 also has Casio’s Concert play feature on, giving you many of the great classicals played by a symphony orchestra, which you can play along to with the music scores you get with the piano. The piano has a total of 22 tones, with built in reverb settings. You can also combine any two sounds and split the keyboard if you wish.
With a sliding key cover and a lifting split top lid, for extra sound exspance and volume, standard 3 pedals, headphone sockets for silent private practice, and with a impressive 20w + 20w output. The Ap-470 gives more value for money than other digital pianos at this price point.
The Casio AP 470 is the replacement to the popular AP 460 model. Building on the success of the previous model, the AP 470 features a number of improved features to meet the needs of the modern piano player - such as a redeveloped headphone sound which is ideal for silent rehearsing or the PA connectivity through the line out, useful in a variety of venues. This digital piano is also supported by the Chordana Play App which also makes it ideal for the developing player.
Improvements from the previous Casio AP-460 Digital Piano include:
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