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CTK810 from Casio. Piano-style touch-sensitive keyboard. USB port for MIDI implementation. We think: The CTK810 lives up to expectations (following the extremely popular CTK800), featuring even mo...

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“Good to start”

published 14/08/2008

Casio chord function, metronome, 100 songs, 120 ry...

small range of keys, annoying lady in speak mode

Almost all the products I get are given to me as presents and this one was aswell. Not the most expensive key board ever, but then again I don't exactly need a whole load of synthesisers do I? No, I just needed a piano that I could play at home, and this has certainly done its job! This casio...

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Excellent

Good sound quality, lots of beats

Not really great for experts who need more keys,

The Casio CTK-810 is a great keyboard. It has 2 great speakers built in which produce a very nice sound when the keys are pressed. The beats are nice to play along to and the songs included are also very well known and simple for beginners to play along to. It features 515 tones, 120 rhythms and...

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