Piano is one of the most tender musical instruments ever created – the soothing melodies one could play with it know no bounds, and it’s not a coincidence that you want to become a piano player yourself. We’re here to talk about digital pianos in general – what they are, and what you should know before purchasing one, among other things.
At A Glance
With the CTK-4400, enjoy musical fun with a compact keyboard, making every performance a unique experience. The built-in Hall effect button allows you to do this in an impressive way: At the touch of a button, concert hall reverb can be applied to the sound of the keyboard, adding authenticity when you play. The keyboard also has 61 dynamic touch keys, 180 lively rhythms and 152 songs, as well as 32 registration memories allowing you to store settings such as tempo, tones or rhythms easily.
DetailsKeyboard61 piano-style keysTouch Response2 sensitivity levels, OffSound SourceAHLMaximum Polyphony48Tones600 built-in tonesLayer/SplitLayer, SplitDigital EffectsVirtual Hall (1 type), Reverb (10 types), Chorus (5 types)Rhythms/Patterns180 built-in rhythms (10 user rhythms)Auto AccompanimentModes: CASIO Chord, Fingered 1, Fingered 2 (6th off), Fingered 3 (on bass), Full Range Chord; Controllers: Start/Stop, Intro, Normal/Fill-in, Variation/Fill-in, Synchro/EndingBuilt-in Songs152 (Song Bank)Song Expansion10 songs maximum (up to 320KB total)Lesson FunctionStep Up Lesson; Phrases; Lesson Part select; Performance evaluation; Voice fingering guide; (Lesson part : right hand, left hand, both hands)MetronomeBeats: 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (Tempo range: quarter note = 30 to 255)Recorder6 tracks x 5 songs (performance recording), 1 song (lesson recording), approximately 12,000 notes total, real-time recording/playbackSampling FunctionMaximum sampling capacity: :Up to 8 sounds; Maximum total sampling time: :Up to 10 seconds; Sampling sound input: AUDIO IN jackOther FunctionsRhythm Editor (10 user rhythms); Registration: 32 setups (4 sets x 8 banks); Music Preset: 305 presets; One Touch Preset: 180 sets; Auto Harmonize: 12 types; Arpeggiator: 90 types; Preset Scale: Equal temperament + 16 types; Octave Shift: ±2 octaves; Music Challenge; Rhythm/Song controller; Piano/Organ Button; Chord BookKey Transpose25 steps (-12 to +12 semitones)Tuning ControlA4 = 415.5 to 465.9 Hz (Initial Default: 440.0 Hz)PedalsStandard jack (sustain, sostenuto, soft, rhythm)Display ScreenLCD with backlightMIDIGM Compatibility: Level 1; Terminals: USBSpeakers12cm x 2Amp Output2.5W + 2.5WInput/Output TerminalsHEADPHONES/OUTPUT (standard stereo jack), SUSTAIN/DAMPER, AUDIO IN, USB: type B*, EXTERNAL POWER (9.5V DC), * USB cable (A-B type) required to use USB terminal for computer connection.Power RequirementsAC adaptor: AD-E95100LDimensions (W x D x H)948 x 350 x 103 mmWeight4.3kg (Without batteries)Body Color/FinishSilver × BlackIncluded AccessoriesMusic stand, song book
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- Pro- Review
Casio and Yamaha are two of the biggest brands in the digital keyboard industry. Once seen as simply a manufacturer that makes piano or keyboard “toys,” they have become a serious competitor with Yamaha, who has been creating instruments for over a century and that is really impressive, atleast for me. Anyways, This is a good keys for the money u r paying. Best wishes.