Casio CTK-6200 61-key Portable Arranger

61-key Portable Arranger Keyboard with 700 Sounds, 210 Rhythms, 100 DSP Effects; Tone and Rhythm Editor, CD Display, Data Entry Dial, Audio Input, and Onboard Speakers
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Affordable Arranger

Looking for an affordable keyboard arranger with lots of great sounds and songwriter-friendly features? Sweetwater has an excellent suggestion: the Casio CTK-6200. The CTK-6200 is a 61-key portable arranger with tons of onboard features, including 700 sounds and 210 rhythms, a tone and rhythm editor, plus a 17-track sequencer to put it all together. You get a pitch bend wheel for expressively realistic playing, and an audio input to connect your CD or MP3 player, so you can play along with your favorite tunes. The CTK-6200 will even run on batteries!

Casio CTK-6200 Features at a Glance:
  • Portable arranger with 61 piano-style keys and pitch bend wheel
  • 700 sounds, 210 rhythms, 100 DSP effects; tone and rhythm editor
  • 17-track sequencer; arpeggiator; 32-channel mixer
  • LCD display, data entry dial
  • SD card slot, USB
  • Audio In terminal
  • 2-way, 4-speaker bass reflex system (2 x 6 watts)
  • Operates on six D batteries or included AD-A12150 AC adapter
Casio's CTK-6200 packs a punch for poco dinero!

Additional Media

CTK-6200 and WK-6600 User Manual

Tech Specs

Number of Keys 61
Polyphony 48 Notes
Presets 700 (Sounds), 210 (Rhythms)
Sequencer 16-track
Audio Inputs 1 x 1/8" (TRS)
Audio Outputs 2 x 1/4"
USB 1 x Type B
Pedal Inputs 1 x Sustain
Built-in Speakers Yes
Power Supply 6 x D Batteries/AC Adapter (Included)
Height 5.2"
Width 37.2"
Depth 14.9"
Weight 12.8 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number CTK6200

Customer Reviews

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Astounding great value!

I didn't expect near as much quality and sweet voices from this keyboard! With 700 smooth voices and over 200 quality rhythms, that was enough to please me...but then... over 17 great quality recording tracks??! OOH YEAH!!! EXTREMELY SMOOTH, and also works like a multi-tracking machine! Yep...BLOWN AWAY!! Great keyboard for such a small price!!
Music background: guitarist, recording musician

Casio CTK 6200

I was expecting a toy when I ordered this keyboard. I was very pleasantly surprised at how good it sounded. An extremely good buy at this price. Not much I can say about the folks at Sweetwater that hasn't already been said. Very prompt and professional. They almost always ship within 24 hours if not the same day. Thumbs up for the keyboard and Sweetwater.

Pretty nice!

This keyboard has a lot of features and convincing presets. The piano's very nice and the keys believably touch sensitive. A great tool for finding new song idea's, noodling, and arranging. I haven't fully explored all of the features yet, like the recording function, but I'll get there. The 'noise' floor isn't noticeable when you're monitoring (headphones), but I can hear it when I'm tracking outside the keyboard (to a digital recorder). I might be able to fix that by tweaking my set up. All in all, a very nice keyboard. I like it!
Music background: Hobbyist

Casio ctk6200

Really nice item. Besides the onboard tones and effects, the keyboard works as a MIDI controller as well. I've set it up to play through my system using both the standard output and my VST software, combining the two for really crazy sounds, or to enhance the piano and E piano sounds. Interface is tricky though, menu pages are not intuitive, and it takes a while to learn. Just adding reverb to a preset requires a number of Function/shift sorta moves. Sounds really teriffic even through its onboard amp/speakers, plenty of wattage there. Nice item.
See also: Portable Arrangers, Casio, Casio Portable & Arranger Keyboards