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Casio Casio Celviano AP700 Digital Piano | Black

Code: Casio Celviano AP700 Digital Piano | Black
  • £1,379.00
  • RRP £1,499.00
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Sound and form in timeless design

The AP-700, like the GP-300 and the GP-500, is equipped with the new AiR Grand Sound Source and stands out with many innovations in the areas of sound, acoustics and effects. The successor model of the AP-650M is ideally suited for ambitious hobby musicians who are searching for that special something in their playing.

AiR Grand Sound Source

The AP-700 features the innovative new Air Grand Sound Source technology, which has meticulously sought after the sound and tone of three full concert grand pianos: Berlin, Hamburg, and Vienna. Each of the three notable sounds is recreated to show their original, traditional qualities, all from one versatile piano. The technology was developed in collaboration with C. Bechstein, which resulted in the developing of the Berlin Grand, which offers a balanced, elegant sound and clear, ringing tone that is ideal for playing impressionistic music. The Hamburg Grand features a wide, expressive range, and has comfortably situated itself within those that play all genres. The Vienna Grand has a distinctively low range and warm tone, which is an affectionate homage to traditional classical music.

Keyboard System

With assistance from the Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II, the AP-700 gives a sound that is responsive for tone, pressure, and manages to emulate that of an acoustic grand piano. This means that the performer can play keystrokes in a wider variety of styles, and decide how delicately or intensely each note sounds depending on their personal preference. The Hammer Response simulates the differences in sound production timing according to the force with which a key is struck. It picks up subtle movements with the keystrokes, and delivers a sound that carefully reproduces the differences in timing from one register to another. The sounding timing consequently varies subtly, even when keys are struck with the same strength.

Lid Simulator and Hall Simulator

Drawing uncompromising likeness to an acoustic grand piano, the AP-700 reproduces different sounds depending upon the adjustments to the lid. Where an acoustic grand piano increases sustain and reverb with an open lid, the AP-700’s Lid Simulation correlates. Working in sequence with this is the Hall Simulator, which can reproduce the acoustic characteristics of concert halls in various sizes and styles. The speakers mean that the player can hear the same as an audience would from their seat, right from the playing position. This in turn produces endless possibilities to adapt the playing sound, and create a unique tone to each performer.

String Resonance and Damper Resonance

Acoustic pianos are renowned for having rich, full sound and tone, not only from the notes struck, but from their relationship with other notes’ harmonies. The AP-700’s String Resonance technology allows this blend of sounds to be recreated within a digital piano, thanks to a resonance simulator for each of the 88 keys. Furthermore, the String Resonance technology differentiates between the resonance from one key and that from a chord, concluding in a natural and full tonal quality. Alongside this is the Damper Resonance technology, which can acquire even the most subtle of foot pressure upon the damper pedal, and administer it accordingly to enhance the sound. This in turn leads to a digital piano with the depth, variety and organic expressiveness of an acoustic piano.

 Features

  • Developed in collaboration with C. Bechstein
  • AiR Grand Sound Source (256-tone polyphony (max.)
  • 26 tones
  • Volume Sync Equalizer
  • Hall Simulator

Specs

KeyboardNumber of keys88
Key surface finishSimulated ebony and ivory keys
Layer/SplitYes/Yes
DuetAdjustable tone range (-2 to + 2 octaves)
Transpose2 octaves (-12 to 0 to +12)
Octave shift4 octaves (-2 to 0 to +2)
Sound sourceNumber of built-in tones26
Polyphony maximum256
Touch response3 sensitivity levels, off
Tuning415,5 Hz to 440,0 HZ to 465,9 Hz
TemperamentsEqual temperaments plus 16 other types
Stretch tuning5 types, off, auto setting
Acoustic SimulatorDamper resonanceYes
Damper noiseYes
Hammer responseYes
String resonanceYes
Lid simulatorYes
EffectsTypesBrilliance: Yes (-3 to 0 to 3)
Hall simulator: 6 types
Chorus: 4 types
DSP: Yes
Headphone mode: Yes
Volume Sync Equalizer: 3 types, off
Concert PlayNumber of songs15
Song volumeAdjustable
Modes2, LISTEN + PLAY
Music LibraryNumber of songs60
User songs10 (up to approximately 90 KB per song)
Song volumeAdjustable
Part on/offL/R
Grand Piano demo songNumber of songs6
MIDI RecorderFunctionsReal-time recording: Yes
Playback: Yes
Number of songs1
Number of tracks2
CapacityApproximately 5000 notes total
Recorded data protectionBuilt-in flash memory
MIDI recorder volume levelAdjustable
MetronomeBeats0 to 9
Tempo range20 to 255
Metronome volume levelAdjustable
PedalsTypesDamper: Yes, with halfpedal-operation
Soft: Yes
Sostenuto: Yes
Other functionsSetting backup, operation lock
MIDI16-channel multi-timbre receive
USB Flash DriveCapacity32 GB
Inputs/OutputsTypesPhones: Stereo standard jacks x 2
LINE IN: (R, L/MONO) standard jacks x 2
LINE OUT: (R, L/MONO) standard jacks x 2
USB port: Type B
USB flash drive port: Type A
Pedal connector: Yes
AcousticsDimensions12 cm x 4 + 5 cm x 2
Amp output30 W + 30 W
Power RequirementsAC adaptorAD-E24500LW
Auto power offApproximately 4 hours afterlast operation
Power Consumption24 V - 28 W
DimensionsW x D x H137,7 x 42,7 x 91,1 cm
WeightApproximately 48,0 kg
AccessoriesIncludedAC adaptor (AD-E24500LW), score book, music stand

Sound and form in timeless design

The AP-700, like the GP-300 and the GP-500, is equipped with the new AiR Grand Sound Source and stands out with many innovations in the areas of sound, acoustics and effects. The successor model of the AP-650M is ideally suited for ambitious hobby musicians who are searching for that special something in their playing.

AiR Grand Sound Source

The AP-700 features the innovative new Air Grand Sound Source technology, which has meticulously sought after the sound and tone of three full concert grand pianos: Berlin, Hamburg, and Vienna. Each of the three notable sounds is recreated to show their original, traditional qualities, all from one versatile piano. The technology was developed in collaboration with C. Bechstein, which resulted in the developing of the Berlin Grand, which offers a balanced, elegant sound and clear, ringing tone that is ideal for playing impressionistic music. The Hamburg Grand features a wide, expressive range, and has comfortably situated itself within those that play all genres. The Vienna Grand has a distinctively low range and warm tone, which is an affectionate homage to traditional classical music.

Keyboard System

With assistance from the Tri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II, the AP-700 gives a sound that is responsive for tone, pressure, and manages to emulate that of an acoustic grand piano. This means that the performer can play keystrokes in a wider variety of styles, and decide how delicately or intensely each note sounds depending on their personal preference. The Hammer Response simulates the differences in sound production timing according to the force with which a key is struck. It picks up subtle movements with the keystrokes, and delivers a sound that carefully reproduces the differences in timing from one register to another. The sounding timing consequently varies subtly, even when keys are struck with the same strength.

Lid Simulator and Hall Simulator

Drawing uncompromising likeness to an acoustic grand piano, the AP-700 reproduces different sounds depending upon the adjustments to the lid. Where an acoustic grand piano increases sustain and reverb with an open lid, the AP-700’s Lid Simulation correlates. Working in sequence with this is the Hall Simulator, which can reproduce the acoustic characteristics of concert halls in various sizes and styles. The speakers mean that the player can hear the same as an audience would from their seat, right from the playing position. This in turn produces endless possibilities to adapt the playing sound, and create a unique tone to each performer.

String Resonance and Damper Resonance

Acoustic pianos are renowned for having rich, full sound and tone, not only from the notes struck, but from their relationship with other notes’ harmonies. The AP-700’s String Resonance technology allows this blend of sounds to be recreated within a digital piano, thanks to a resonance simulator for each of the 88 keys. Furthermore, the String Resonance technology differentiates between the resonance from one key and that from a chord, concluding in a natural and full tonal quality. Alongside this is the Damper Resonance technology, which can acquire even the most subtle of foot pressure upon the damper pedal, and administer it accordingly to enhance the sound. This in turn leads to a digital piano with the depth, variety and organic expressiveness of an acoustic piano.

 Features

  • Developed in collaboration with C. Bechstein
  • AiR Grand Sound Source (256-tone polyphony (max.)
  • 26 tones
  • Volume Sync Equalizer
  • Hall Simulator

Specs

KeyboardNumber of keys88
Key surface finishSimulated ebony and ivory keys
Layer/SplitYes/Yes
DuetAdjustable tone range (-2 to + 2 octaves)
Transpose2 octaves (-12 to 0 to +12)
Octave shift4 octaves (-2 to 0 to +2)
Sound sourceNumber of built-in tones26
Polyphony maximum256
Touch response3 sensitivity levels, off
Tuning415,5 Hz to 440,0 HZ to 465,9 Hz
TemperamentsEqual temperaments plus 16 other types
Stretch tuning5 types, off, auto setting
Acoustic SimulatorDamper resonanceYes
Damper noiseYes
Hammer responseYes
String resonanceYes
Lid simulatorYes
EffectsTypesBrilliance: Yes (-3 to 0 to 3)
Hall simulator: 6 types
Chorus: 4 types
DSP: Yes
Headphone mode: Yes
Volume Sync Equalizer: 3 types, off
Concert PlayNumber of songs15
Song volumeAdjustable
Modes2, LISTEN + PLAY
Music LibraryNumber of songs60
User songs10 (up to approximately 90 KB per song)
Song volumeAdjustable
Part on/offL/R
Grand Piano demo songNumber of songs6
MIDI RecorderFunctionsReal-time recording: Yes
Playback: Yes
Number of songs1
Number of tracks2
CapacityApproximately 5000 notes total
Recorded data protectionBuilt-in flash memory
MIDI recorder volume levelAdjustable
MetronomeBeats0 to 9
Tempo range20 to 255
Metronome volume levelAdjustable
PedalsTypesDamper: Yes, with halfpedal-operation
Soft: Yes
Sostenuto: Yes
Other functionsSetting backup, operation lock
MIDI16-channel multi-timbre receive
USB Flash DriveCapacity32 GB
Inputs/OutputsTypesPhones: Stereo standard jacks x 2
LINE IN: (R, L/MONO) standard jacks x 2
LINE OUT: (R, L/MONO) standard jacks x 2
USB port: Type B
USB flash drive port: Type A
Pedal connector: Yes
AcousticsDimensions12 cm x 4 + 5 cm x 2
Amp output30 W + 30 W
Power RequirementsAC adaptorAD-E24500LW
Auto power offApproximately 4 hours afterlast operation
Power Consumption24 V - 28 W
DimensionsW x D x H137,7 x 42,7 x 91,1 cm
WeightApproximately 48,0 kg
AccessoriesIncludedAC adaptor (AD-E24500LW), score book, music stand

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