Casio CTK4400 61-Key Portable Keyboard

Brand: Casio

Item: #101011
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Casio's CTK-4400 allows you to enjoy musical fun with a compact keyboard while making every performance a unique experience. The built-in Hall Effect button allows you to do at the touch of a button! Concert hall reverb can be applied to the sound of the keyboard, adding authenticity when you play. The keyboard also has 61 dynamic touch keys, 180 lively rhythms and 152 songs, as well as 32 registration memories allowing you to store settings such as tempo, tones or rhythms easily.

?Casio’s CTK-4400 offers 48 notes of polyphony so you don't have to worry about dropping notes. Using the sustain pedal for multiple notes, playing big chords, adding rhythms and layering sounds can deplete the polyphony memory quickly resulting in dropped notes.

Casio's CTK-4400 includes 180 preset rhythms built into the keyboard. Additional rhythms expand your music composition, creativity and fun.

The CTK-4400 offers a plug and play advantage. Feel free to connect an iPad, PC or Mac without the cumbersome process of downloading drivers.

Casio’s portable keyboards can run on batteries or th included AC adapter.


-61 note
-Touch response piano style keyboard

Maximum Polyphony:
-48 notes (24 for cetain tones)

-600 (built-in)

-Large backlit display with notation and fingering display

-Integrated Step-Up Lesson System

Song Bank:
-5 Song, 6 Track Recorder

Auto Accompaniment:
-180 Built-in Rhythms
-Chords: Fingered 1/2/3, CASIO Chord, Full Range Chord

-16 multi-timbre received, GM Level 1 standard

-1/8” Audio line input
-Headphone output

Power Jack:
-9V DC

Power Supply:
-Power Adapter Included

-37.36 x 13.78 x 4.02

-Unit Weight: 10.14 lbs
-Boxed Weight: 18.30 lbs


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