Casio Privia PX-5S

88-key Keyboard Workstation with Hundreds of Tones, Phase Sequencing, Extensive Hands-on Controls, Onboard Effects, and Scaled Hammer Weighted Action
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A Stage Piano with Killer Hands-on Controls!

Casio's Privia Pro PX-5S is a stage piano that also includes an advanced MIDI controller and a performance synth onboard. Powered by Casio's AiR (Acoustic and intelligent Resonator) processor, the PX-5S gives you all the sounds any serious performer could want. You'll find grand pianos and soulful organs, plus vintage electric pianos and epic synth tones too. A tri-sensor spring-less 88-key scaled hammer action keybed gives you uncompromising feel and a plethora of assignable controls make the Casio Privia Pro PX-5S the perfect hub to your keyboard rig.

Casio Privia Pro PX-5S Keyboard Workstation Features:
  • All the sounds a performer wants in a portable stage piano
  • 8-track sequencer lets you trigger sequences and riffs
  • Realistic piano feel from tri-sensor spring-less 88-key scaled hammer action keybed
  • High-definition sounds using Casio's AiR (Acoustic and intelligent Resonator) processor
  • Record 44.1kHz audio direct to a USB thumb drive
Take your performance to new heights with the Casio Privia Pro PX-5S digital stage piano!

Additional Media

Privia PX-5S User Manual

Tech Specs

Number of Keys 88
Type of Keys Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action
Other Controllers 1 x Pitch, 1 x Mod Wheel, 4 x Knobs, 6 x Sliders
Presets 340
Polyphony 256 Notes
Effects Yes
Sequencer 8-track
Audio Inputs 2 x TS, 1 x 1/8"
Audio Outputs 2 x TS
Pedal Inputs 2
Height 5.31"
Width 52.05"
Depth 11.26"
Weight 24 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number PX5S

Customer Reviews

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im a piano teacher. So i can tell if a keyboard has a great piano sound. The px5s has a real piano sound and also the touch of the keys are great. Its very portable and lightweight too. The battery option is great if u want to take the keyboard with u on the lakeside or on the seaside and use a headphone. And compose anywhere u want to. 😀i owned a yamaha motif xs, korg m3 xpanded, fantom g7. But the px5s is my favorite.
Music background: Music teacher, performer


Although my past experience has been limited to Yamaha and Roland, I have recently discovered that the Casio Privia PX 5S is definitely on equal footing with the top performing keyboards AND at a fraction of the cost. This light weight stage piano has so much to offer and all of it is so accessible to the performer. I have had the keyboard for a little over a month and I am still finding cool things it can do. Whether someone is a hobbyist or a professional, this little gem is perfect and all for just under $1000. One other benefit is the Casio community (FB) with Mike Martin. Incredibly supportive and always looking to add to the already rich bank of awesome sounds.
Music background: 30 years

Light on Weight & $ - Heavy on Tones & Features

I've been dreaming of retiring my Alesis QS8 for some time. I lean heavily on piano and e-piano tones but have come to rely on sliders and wheels for DAW and virtual instruments in a studio setting. This keyboard fit the bill and then some! Gritty EPs, organic pianos, funky clavs and dynamic synth tones. Great action with a textured fee. It is a perfect compliment to my Roland VK8 and Leslie 2101. Whether playing in a studio on Wednesday, club on Saturday or church on Sunday, at 24 lbs I don't lament taking it wherever I need it. Following the posts by Casio's Mike Martin on MusicPlayer Forums, I knew this was a different animal with an engaged team behind it. I'm glad to see the company that brought me a fun little CZ-101 in the 1980s is back showing us that pro level gear doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg.

Casio px-5s

I've been a professional keyboardist for almost forty years. I've used most of the popular keyboard intstruments . I've been gigging with the PX-5S for two years now and it has performed flawlessly. It even got rained on a bit, but continued to work properly. I recommend this piano without resevation. The piano samples are supurb. also the other sounds are pro-quality. I love the light wieght and price. Why carry a forty-five pound piano?


sound scape the max. wonderfully realistic piano's. the really really cool thing is that you can easily add sound layers on the fly. with totally modifiable tones. the presets are spot on by themselves. I have had many boards in the past but this one goes to near top of the list. lighter weight, textured keys that have a great feel. I cant get over the fun I have had so far. records great.. with full rich bassy sounds...what a neat neat board
Music background: professional

Sweetwater Advice

Matt Fawcett

When I played the Casio PX-5S for the first time, I was very pleased with the realistic piano sounds. I'm used to playing on an upright grand piano and the keys felt right at home. Having so many presets to work with that sound great right off the bat is a real plus. It may be light in weight, but it's definitely heavy on features and very well thought out.
See also: Electric Pianos, Casio, Casio Digital Pianos