Casio SK-200 Vintage Sampling Keyboard, Tested And Working quality guaranteed

Overview

ConditionGood
BrandCasio
CategoryOther, Musical instruments, Keyboards, Casio Music Keyboards
Tags#SK-200

Description

CONDITION
Used, in excellent condition.

OVERVIEW
Casio's high-end updated SK sampler with premium build quality, improved tones, sample time, stereo outs and other features in a great looking unit with the signature sample sound these are regarded for.

SPECIFICATIONS and FEATURES
* 49 mini keys
* Sample frequency 10.113 kHz
* 1.62 seconds total sampling time
* Pulse Code Modulation
* Polyphony: 8 notes
* Preset Patches: 26
* ROM: 20 rhythms
* 12 PCM sounds in upper section and 10 in lower
* 20 preset rhythms and you can store 2 of your own
* Sequencer has 159 chords, 2024 steps of PCM sounds, and 1024 steps of sample sounds.
* Sequencer Memory: 2024 notes
* Retains samples when turned off
* Built-in 1.5W stereo speaker(s).
* Mic In and Line In jacks
* Headphone Out and Stereo Outs
* Power: DC 9.0V ~ 5.5W: AC Adapter AD-5, or Batteries 1.5V x 6
* Dimensions: 26 in x 9 in x 3.5 in, 665 mm x 235 mm x 89 mm
* Weight: 7lb / 3.2 kg (without batteries), 8.1 lb / 3.7 kg (with batteries)





















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The Commerce Department said construction spending inched up by 0.1 percent to an annual rate or $1.731 trillion in March after rising by 0.5 percent to a revised rate of $1.729 trillion in March. Economists had expected construction spending to increase by 0.7 percent.

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