Casio CDP-S110 WH


Digital piano

  • 88 Keys with scaled hammer action (Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II hammer action)
  • 64 Voice polyphonic
  • 10 Sounds
  • Layer function
  • App function (Chordana Play for Piano)
  • Transposer function
  • Metronome
  • Reverb effect
  • Chorus
  • 2 Demo songs
  • USB to Host
  • 1 Headphone jack
  • 1 Pedal jack
  • Audio input
  • Loudspeaker: 2x 8 Watt
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1322 x 232 x 99 mm
  • Weight: 10.5 kg
  • Colour: Black
  • Battery operation possible (6x AA, not included)
  • Incl. SP-3 pedal,music stand and AD-A12150LW mains adapter
  • Colour: White
  • Suitable stand CS-46P: Art. 457011 (not included in delivery)
  • Matching bag SC-800P: Art. 457013 (not included in delivery)
Available since January 2022
Item number 535645
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Number Of Keys 88
Hammer Action Keys Yes
Number of simultaneous Voices 64
Number Of Sounds 10
Effects Yes
Speaker Yes
Headphone Outputs 1
Sequencer No
Metronome Yes
Master keyboard function No
Pitch Bend No
Modulation Wheel No
Split Zones 0
Layer Function Yes
MIDI interface USB
Colour White
Finish matt
Number of keys 88
Polyphony 64
Sounds 10
Number of Sounds 10
Styles 0
Weight 10,5 kg
Included Accessories Pedal SP-3, Power adaptor
Audio out 1
Audio input 1
Midi Interface VIA USB
USB to Host 1
Speaker power 2x 8W
Speaker Power 2x 8 W
Size 1322 x 232 x 99
Dimensions 1322 x 232 x 99
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A compact digital piano

The CPD-S110 digital piano was launched in January 2022 as an addition to Casio's CPD-S series and comes with an improved sound and new features compared to its predecessor. The CPD-S110's compact design means that it will fit easily into any space and can also be transported easily. This piano has a 64-note polyphony, and ten essential tones are also on board that offer a variety of sounds, all of which can be enhanced with reverb or one of four chorus effects. The sound is delivered by two onboard speakers with an output of eight watts each. All in all, the CPD-S110 will prove to be a comfortable and easy-to-play practice instrument.

A wide palette of expression

With its 88 keys and scaled hammer action, the CPD-S110 resembles the keyboard of a real grand piano, with simulated ebony and ivory keys to prevent slippage caused by perspiration. The ten onboard tones include various grand piano and electric piano sounds and can also be layered for even more tonal freedom, thus providing a rich variety of options for musical expression. The behaviour of the sounds played is also affected by how hard the keys are played and by their duration. Put it all together and you have a range of additional features that allow significantly more expressive and dynamic playing. The scope of delivery includes a sheet music holder as well as a sustain pedal, which can be connected via the rear panel.

A slimline piano for beginners

The CPD-S110 is designed with a clear layout and is aimed at those who are just starting out on the digital piano. Since it has the right number of keys, it can also serve as a point of entry for those who aspire to play a real grand piano one day. The piano's high-density assembly technology allows for a space-saving internal structure with miniaturised components, resulting in a body depth of just 232mm. This digital piano can either run on AA batteries or using the included mains power adapter, so you can practise in every conceivable situation - in your own garden, for example - and even silently thanks to the headphone jack, perfect for late at night. A black version of the CDP-S110 is also available.

About Casio

The Japanese company Casio was founded in 1946 and initially became famous for its electronic calculators and wristwatches. The company released its first electronic musical instrument back in 1980, since which several decades of experience have poured into the production of keyboards, synthesizers, and digital pianos, including classics such as the CZ synth series and the digital pianos of the Celviano and Privia series. Casio's core corporate philosophy is to contribute to society through its creative products.

Practice made perfect

The CPD-S110 is equipped with a metronome that can be set from 22 to 255 BPM. The rear panel also features an audio input, which can be used to connect and play along to music from external sources via the CPD-S110's inbuilt speakers. MIDI data can be transmitted via the piano's USB port, which can be connected to a DAW using a suitable USB cable for recording software instruments (compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 and Windows 7 or later). The CPD-S110 can also be operated remotely via the free Chordana Play app, which allows settings such as sound, keyboard touch sensitivity, and metronome to be changed, and the Casio Music Space app is also available for playing along to digital scores and for interactive music playback.

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6 Reviews

Good piano
Marius22 18.07.2022
I am satisfied.

Good sound, acoustic piano imitation.
sensitive keys.


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John McShultz 01.06.2022
mit Hammertastatur, ich weiss nicht wie Casio das macht, die Bedienung geht nur mit der App flott (Spezial-USB-Adapter-Kabel für iPhone nötig), aber Achtung: Das Ding hat kein bluetooth, auch keine Nachrüstmöglichkeit wie die größere Schwester CDP-S360. Ich hatte auch das grosse Privia 3100 da, bei den Tastaturen gibt es keinen Unterschied, bei den Sounds schon.
Sound über Lautsprecher in Ordnung, der Sound ist o.k., ich würde aber eh, wenn ich es behalte die Pure Piano App nutzen wie die Jungs von Pianoo, aktuell nutze ich es als Einspiel-Keyboard in die DAW
Tastatur: Mir persönlich als Piano-Autodidakt ist die Tastatur zu schwer, die vom Nectar Impact LX88+ dagegen eine Freude, wenn man der gewissen "Gratigkeit" vorn absieht
Aber die im Casio verbaute T. ist um Lichtjahre besser als die Fatar im Arturia Keylab 88 MKII, verstehe nicht wie man die gut finden kann

update: 3.6.22: Darf bleiben! Habe gemerkt, dass man zum "feinfühligen Klaviereinspielen" in die DAW eine Hammertastatur braucht UND eine leichte für die anderen Sounds z.B. E-Piano. Dafür habe ich das Nectar Impact LX88+. Endlich am Ziel!!!
Ich bin Singer/Songwriter, schreibe, dichte, spiele, arrangiere alles selbst...go to johnmcshultz dot com

update Juni 2023: immer noch sehr zufrieden bes. mit der Tastatur, ich bin kein ausgebildeter Pianist, deshalb ist die Tastatur genau richtig

Schweregrade der getesteten Tastaturen (5=schwer, 1=leicht):
KORG RH3 z.B. D1, zäh klebrig, schwer 5
Roland PHA-4 z.B. FP30x 3-4
Yamaha GHS z.B. P-125a 1-2
Casio CDP-110 2


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Sehr schön
Hebezo 01.08.2023
Ich habe dieses Keyboard als Midi-Keyboard am Macbook mit Mainstage hängen. Dafür ist es wirklich gut und auch für die Bühne geeignet. Mit einem weißen Ständer sieht es in Kombi auch echt super aus. Zu den eigentlichen Funktionen kann ich nicht so viel sagen, da ich die Sounds kein einziges Mal ausgetestet habe. Ansonsten ist es super zu spielen und auch schön gewichtet. Man kann ein Pedal anschließen, welches auch per Midi weitergeleitet wird über den eingebauten USB-Anschluss.
Das Keyboard ist also perfekt für Studio und Bühne, wenn auch vll. etwas leicht. Dafür ist es aber easy zu tragen ;)


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Excelente relación calidad/precio
Tino 97 12.10.2022
Una opción muy interesante tanto para iniciarse como para niveles más avanzados. Buena pulsación, sensibilidad y un sonido bastante bueno. La entrada auxiliar me parece muy importante para estudiar, acompañar y escuchar una fuente externa combinada con los sonidos del propio teclado.En resumen, una opción muy interesante y recomendable.


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