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Casio CDP-S360


Digital Piano

  • 88 Keys with scaled hammer action and touch response (Scaled Hammer Action Keyboard II hammer action)
  • 128 note polyphony
  • 700 Sounds
  • 200 Rhythms
  • 10 User rhythms
  • 310 Music presets
  • 32 Registration memories
  • 152 practice tracks
  • Split/Layer function
  • App function (Chordana Play for Piano)
  • Metronome
  • Transpose function
  • Reverb
  • Chorus
  • Pitch Bend Wheel
  • LC-Display
  • Energy-saving mode
  • USB to Host
  • 1 Headphone jack
  • 1 Pedal jack
  • Line input
  • Loudspeaker: 2x 8 Watt
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1322 x 232 x 99 mm
  • Weight: 10.9 kg
  • Battery operation possible (6x AA, not included)
  • Bluetooth compatible in combination with WU-BT10 (not included)
  • Incl.sustain pedal SP-3, music stand and mains adapter AD-A12150LW
  • Matching stand CS-470: Art. 535688 (not included in delivery)
  • Matching bag SC-800P: Art. 457013 (not included in delivery)
  • Matching sustain pedal SP-34: Art. 457010 (not included in delivery)
Available since February 2022
Item number 535648
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Number Of Keys 88
Hammer Action Keys Yes
Number of simultaneous Voices 64
Number Of Sounds 700
Effects Yes
Speaker Yes
Headphone Outputs 1
Sequencer Yes
Metronome Yes
Master keyboard function No
Pitch Bend Yes
Modulation Wheel No
Split Zones 2
Layer Function Yes
MIDI interface USB
Colour Black
Finish matt
Number of keys 88
Polyphony 128
Number of Sounds 700
Accompaniment 1
Styles 200
Display 1
Weight 10,9 kg
Included Accessories Pedal SP-3, Power adaptor
Audio out 1
Audio input 1
Midi Interface VIA USB
USB to Host 1
USB to Device 1
Speaker power 2x 8W
Dimensions 1322 x 232 x 99
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Versatile, compact digital piano

Digital piano Casio CDP-S360

The CPD-S360 is the most feature-packed digital piano in Casio's CPD-S series. It represents an improved version of the CPD-S250 and features a 128-note polyphony (twice as extensive as that of its predecessor), 700 built-in tones that make it suitable for numerous musical genres, and a selection of 200 rhythms. All of the settings are shown on an LC display for easy operation, and reverb and chorus effects can be added to the sound, which is delivered by two built-in speakers with an output of eight watts each. All in all, the CPD-S360 will thus prove to be a user-friendly digital piano with a vast sound and rhythm selection for a dynamic, enjoyable performance.

Casio CDP-S360 Digital Piano on a decorated table

With a wide selection of sounds

With its 88 keys and scaled hammer action, the CPD-S360 resembles the keyboard of a real grand piano, with simulated ebony and ivory keys to prevent slippage caused by perspiration. The 700 onboard tones include authentic-sounding grand piano, organ, harpsichord, string, and wind and percussion instrument sounds, and 360 additional presets - including timbres, rhythms, and chord progressions - can be accessed at the touch of a button. Up to 32 of your own presets can be stored in the piano's memory. Using the Split and Layer functions, sounds can be assigned to different sections of the keyboard or played simultaneously. And in addition, there are ten different reverb and four chorus algorithms as well as a MIDI recorder that allows you to record up to five songs with six tracks each.

A slimline, high-performance piano for beginners

The CPD-S360 is designed for those who are just starting out on the digital piano and are searching for a good practice instrument that will also cut a fine figure on stage. Its user interface with LC display is designed with a clear layout, and the CPD-S360'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. The CPD-S360 is also compatible with the WU-BT10 Bluetooth adapter, which can be used to transmit audio and MIDI data.

Casio CDP-S360 Digital Piano with 88 keys in a livingroom near the couch

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.

Casio CDP-S360 Digital Piano Rear

Practice made perfect

The CPD-S360 is equipped with a metronome that can be set from 22 to 255 BPM. Thanks to the 152 musical pieces stored on the piano, the options for practising are many and varied. 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-S360'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-S360 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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12 Reviews

much more than just good value for money
Nizman 1000 15.05.2023
After listening to and checking out all manner of dps from 400 - 1100 euros, I finally decided on the s360. I had originally decided on the pxs 3100because I preferred the keys and the sound over the Roland; the Yamaha p125 was closer but with too few patches, albeit good ones. I ordered a px3100 but I returned it because I didn't get on too well with the lack of real buttons. So I went to Thomann and tried few keyboards that had tried before but nothing really grabbed me apart from the top Kawais ( I hadthe mp7 but gave ot to my son). I realised that unless you pay a lot more for a keyboard with enjoyable to hear built-in speakers, you're gonna be disppointed. So with that in mind, I thought I'd risk the cdps360 - weighted keys, loads of sounds (more useable ones than I had thought tbh) and the obvious midi function. Couldn't be happier. The patches aren't quite as good as the 3100's but that difference for me was only evident (and to a very small degree) in the headphones. Luckily, I had recorded a couple of tunes on the 3100 before sending it back. I was therefore able to compare in Cubase - couldn't tell the difference and in a mix, absolutely nobody would guess..So, looks like I'm strongly recommending it. I should add that I had no intention of buying a fact I wanted to hate it BUT Casio have really upped their game since I last sneered at their products in the 80s and 90s. The Privias pxs and the Cdps are great and definitely not toys..


Perfect for us.
IrishA 09.07.2022
I used to play a "real" piano as a girl, learning for quite a few years, and as it is, one moves out of the parents house, no piano available anymore, life, job...I never got around to get one to continue playing.
3 decades later I decided to give it a go again, I always kinda missed it - my partner told me he'd liked to learn it too.
So, after a good bit of research we went for this model. It's not breaking the bank, the feel and touch of the key is great, all the tones are fun, but for me not the most important thing. The important thing was the actual piano sound, and I like it a lot (my favourites are "grand piano" and "bright piano").
I very much recommend getting the matching stand, you really want the three pedals! The square pedal which came with the unit I never even tried out.
I'm delighted with the purchase and as far as an (almost) middle class digital piano goes, I couldn't be happier.
As for Thomann: brilliant customer service, flawless execution of the order, speedy delivery - thank you so much!


Awesome keyboard
erwinvr101 29.06.2022
I was hesitant at first to buy this piano due to lack of reviews but thank God I decided to go for it. The feel is close to an acoustic piano plus the number of sounds you can get is totally worth it. My daughter loves the many selections. The volume could be louder. It needs to be halfway for you to be able to have an acceptable sound level. But if you turn it all the way its okay. I think this piano needs to be in front or close to a wall. The pedal is alright, I might buy a better one some day. If only Casio included the USB bluetooth (WU-B10?) this would be perfect. Overall this is a great buy for me and my daughter.


Little worse than I expected, but still fine!
customer number 16395109 29.01.2024
From all the digital pianos that I've searched on the net, this one seems to be the best option for under 500$, if you're just starting out and want to have a good instrument with a lot of features and good tectile senses

First of all I have to mention the design of this piano - it's so pretty and simple, that makes you want to play it just by looking at it for a second

The buttons feel nice and the menu screen has everything you ever need from it

Two built in speakers are loud enough for playing and performing at home and have a pretty good sound quality

From all the presets I just didn't really like the brass section and the piano section seemed a little weak after listening to a real piano, but all the other sections are wonderful and inspiring

The keyboard feels very comfortable, but it was so sad to find out, that the hammer action was not scaled/graduated, as it was stated by the manufacturer

Overall I'm mostly satisfied with this thing and recommend it to all the beginners and different music enthusiasts