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Casio PX-S6000


Digital Piano

  • 88 Weighted keys with hammer action - Smart Hybrid Hammer Action Keyboard made of hybrid material wood / resin
  • 350 Sounds
  • 50 Styles
  • Registrations: 96 - 4 banks with 24 places each
  • 256-Voice polyphonic
  • Layer and split function
  • Backlit LC display
  • MIDI Record - 2 tracks, 5 songs
  • Audio Record - on USB device
  • Effects: 8x reverb simulator, 8x reverb, 3x surround
  • DSP - presets for individual sounds and 100 editable presets
  • 25 x Microphone effects
  • 4 x Piano position
  • String and Damper Resonance
  • Key Action and Damper Noise
  • Metronome
  • 50 x Arpeggiator types
  • Bluetooth audio and MIDI via WU-BT10 Bluetooth adapter, included in delivery
  • Tone Modification
  • Compatible with the Casio Music Space App (iOS, Android)
  • Pitch bend control
  • 2 x Knobs and 1x control button
  • 2 Headphone outputs: 1x 3.5 mm TRS mini jack and 1x 6.3 mm TRS stereo jack
  • 2 Line outs: 6.3 mm jack (L/R + R)
  • Connection for sustain pedal (included in delivery)
  • Connection for 3-way pedal (not included)
  • Microphone input: 6.3 mm jack
  • USB to Host (USB-MIDI)
  • USB to device
  • Power supply via mains adapter (included in delivery) or 8x AA batteries (not included in delivery)
  • Battery life approx. 4 hours
  • Speaker system: 2x 8 watts + 2x 8 watts (2x 3 watts + 2x 3 watts in battery mode)
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 1340 x 242 x 102 mm
  • Weight: 14.8 kg
  • Colour: black
  • Includes SP-3 sustain pedal, power supply unit, WU-BT10 Bluetooth adapter, music stand and operating instructions
Available since November 2022
Item number 551706
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Number Of Keys 88
Hammer Action Keys Yes
Number of simultaneous Voices 256
Number Of Sounds 350
Effects Yes
Speaker Yes
Headphone Outputs 2
Sequencer No
Metronome Yes
Master keyboard function No
Pitch Bend Yes
Modulation Wheel No
Layer Function Yes
Colour Black
Finish High Gloss
Number of keys 88
Wooden Keys 1
Wooden Keyboard 1
Pressure point simulation 1
Polyphony 256
Keyboard cover 1
Sounds 350
Number of Sounds 350
Arranger 1
Accompaniment 1
Styles 50
Display 1
Learn mode 1
Weight 14,8 kg
Bluetooth Audio 1
Bluetooth Midi 1
Half pedal possible 1
"Half-pedal" option 1
Included Accessories SP-3 Sustain Pedal, Power Supply, WU-BT10 Bluetooth Adaptor, Music Stand, Manual
Audio out 1
Midi Interface VIA USB
USB to Host 1
USB to Device 1
Size 1340 x 242 x 102
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4 Reviews

An excellent instrument!
Aurora_B 24.07.2023
It was a two-week-long period of research that culminated into me opting for the Casio PX-S6000. It packs all the features needed for home or performing settings into an impressively slim and slick body. The sound is astounding. The keys give off a near-acoustic-piano feel. The screen makes it very easy to navigate through different sounds and settings. There isn't anything not to love about it!

The instrument all in all is extremely sturdy and is of excellent quality. It comes in solid packaging and everything is meticulously wrapped and protected during the delivery process.

Although the year's Casio flagship, the PX-S7000, packs in the €2,222 bill: the keyboard's stand (+awesome cover), pedals, and the 3-colour range, it's still a good idea to opt for the PX-S6000 (€2,072 for all of the above, sans the colours). That will only omit the 52 sounds (albeit including the two grand piano sounds that might be a must-have for professional musicians I guess) and the glamorous pedals with the cute metal handles; but it will gain you the 2 customizable knobs that everyone is going crazy about. And €150!

With its stand and everything, this keyboard is an excellent addition to any home. It's very much worth the money. Getting a standard XX stand is of course an option, and even though the Casio CS-90P stand is a bit overpriced, an XX stand might in fact be too frail for this (fairly large) piano. If it can stand its weight, I doubt it will provide the same stability while playing. Putting it over a stable piece of furniture you already have would be very convenient in this case.

PS. The Thomann staff are always very helpful and will answer any questions you may have!


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Gesehen, gehört, gekauft - begeistert!
Ukupitt 17.01.2023
Das Casio PX-S6000 ist schon ne Nummer! Sieht gut aus, leicht zu
transportieren (14kg) eine mega gute Tastatur und für mich die beste Tastatur die ich je gespielt habe!
Eine smarte Bedienung, viele gute Piano-Sounds !
Dazu noch unendlich viele features wie z.B. eine „Piano Position“-Funktion in gewisser Weise um eine Akustik Simulation, die zur Einstellung des Lautsprechersystems dient. Mit den Einstellungen Standard, Wall, Center, Table lässt sich der Lautsprecherklang anpassen!
Den ersten kleinen Gig hat das Piano hervorragend gemeistert - mit Flute
und Gesang! Der Gesang lief über den Mic - Eingang des PX-S6000 (nur für dynamische Mikrofone)
Absolut cool ist auch das Touch Panel !
Ansonsten kann ich jedem empfehlen das PX-S 6000 auszuprobieren!


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Guten Fortschritt der PX-S5/6/7000 Serie
andfri78 16.04.2023
Sehr schönes Digitialpiano mit exzellenter Tastatur. Verarbeitung ist gelungen. Abzüge gibt es von mir beim Klang. Da sind die Platzhirsche (leider) eine Klasse besser.


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hat sich echt ausgezahlt....
MatthiasH1 01.06.2024
Hatte zuvor das Roland FP-30, was schon ein tolles Instrument ist, auch wenn es für Mittelklasse-Beginner gedacht ist. Das Roland FP-90 sollte dann mein FP10 ablösen, da es mehr Features hatte. Leider erfüllte das nicht ansatzweise die Erwartungen im Sound und Spielbarkeit und ging daher retour. Nach mehr als 2 Stunden Ausprobieren in den beiden Fachabteilungen Vor-Ort hatte ich dann die Selektion auf das Casio fokussiert. Hatte ergo bereits schon alles, wo KAWAI, YAMAHA und ROLAND draufsteht, ausgetestet. Fazit: An das Casio kommt m.E. in Sachen Sound (gerade im Live-Einsatz), Tastaturspielbarkeit und Ausstattung nichts ran. Besonders die Registrationen und die mehr als brauchbaren Sounds wie Flächen und Synth machen das StagePiano sehr attraktiv. Für mich als Mittelklasse-Semi / Wiederbeginner ist das Gerät für Acustiv-Live-Gigs mit Vocals eine tolle Sache.