The Casio Celviano AP-710â€™s astute combination of innovative and traditional elements raises the bar for todayâ€™s digital pianos. The moment your fingers alight on the simulated ebony and ivory keys, youâ€™ll feel and hear the AP-710â€™s definitive grand piano authenticity; and your performances will never be the same. Casioâ€™s groundbreaking Tri-Sensor II scaled hammer action keyboard gives you an ultra-realistic acoustic piano playing experience, while the breathtaking sound of three meticulously sampled legendary pianos â€” including the majestic Berlin Grand developed in cooperation with renowned piano maker C. Bechstein â€” fills your room, delivered by Casioâ€™s amazing AiR (Acoustic and Intelligent Resonator) Grand Sound Source.
Casioâ€™s AiR (Acoustic and Intelligent Resonator) Grand Sound Source offers many impressive features and benefits, such as Multi-dimensional Morphing, which provides for smooth changes between soft and strong passages. Acoustic Simulator technology reproduces the characteristics of sounds generated acoustically by acoustic grand pianos. Harnessing and focusing the power of this state-of-the-art sound engine, the AP-710 delivers not just one, but three of the worldâ€™s premier grand pianos from Berlin, Hamburg, and Vienna. Each instrument the result of meticulous research and analysis of its unique characteristics, the Berlin, Hamburg, and Vienna Grands are faithful, expressive virtual incarnations of these distinctive pianos.
The AP-710 features Casioâ€™s Tri-Sensor II 88-note scaled hammer action keyboard. Through Casioâ€™s meticulous engineering, the Tri-Sensor II delivers stunningly realistic piano feel and response that conveys every nuance of your performances. This scaled hammer action provides the weighting and resistance of a grand piano without the periodic tuning and maintenance that acoustic pianos do. Whatâ€™s more, the keys feature simulated ebony and ivory surfaces, which not only feel realistic; they wick away moisture to provide a positive grip for confident playing. We play a lot of pianos here at Sweetwater, but weâ€™ve rarely found a piano-playing experience like this!