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The new Casio WK-7600 offers powerful and extensive features at a price that is unheard of in the portable keyboard market. It offers 820 tones, 260 preset rhythms, 17 track sequencer, 32 channel mixer, as well as audio recording capabilities. Any piece of music you create can be recorded as an audio file on an SDHC card. 9 sliders extend your versatility and provide an impressive 50 draw bar organ tones. Whether you are an amateur or professional musician, the WK-7600 will allow you to create, edit and play your compositions at home, in the studio or on the stage.


Keyboard: 76 Piano-style keys
Touch Response: 2 Sensitivity levels / Off
Sound Source: Tri-element AHL
Polyphony (max): 64
Tones: 820 incl 50 drawbar organ tones
User Tones: 100 tone editor + 50 drawbar organ
Drawbar Organ Tones: 50
Built-in Rhythms: 260
User Rhythms: 100
Reverb: 10 Types
Chorus: 5 Types
Equalizer Settings: 5 sets (default : off)
DSP: 100 Preset / 100 User
Controllers: Start / Stop, Intro, Normal / Fill-in, Variation / Fill-in, Synchro / Editing
Pattern Sequencer: 8 track editing x 6 patterns (intro, normal, normal fill-in, variation, variation fill-in, ending)
Rhythm Editor: Easy Edit using Patter Sequencer
Song Sequencer: 16 tracks + 1 system track supports up to 5 songs. Real time recording, step recording, song edit, track edit, event edit, punch in / out
Mixer: 32 Channels + ext in (instrument or mic), 9 sliders
Layer / Split: Yes
Registration Memory: 6 sets x 16 banks, 100 user presets
One Touch Presets: 260
Pitch Bend Wheel: 0 to 24 Semi-tomes
Sliders: 9
General MIDI Compatible: 16 Channel multi-timbre received, GM level 1
Recorder: Up to 5 audio files
SD Memory Card Storage: SD or SDHC
Display: Backlit LCD
Speakers w/ Bass Reflex System: 4.7" x 2 + 1.2" x 2
Amplifier: 7W + 7W
• Line Out: L / Mono, R - Std jack
• Mic In: Mono - Std jack
• Instrument In: Mono - Std jack
Audio In
Stereo - Mini jack
USB: Yes
Sustain Pedal: Std jack
Headphones: Stereo - Std jack
Power: 12V DC or six D cell batteries
Included Accessories:
- AC Adaptor AD-A12150
- Music Stand
Dimensions (L x W x H): 46.7" x 15.7" x 5.9"
weight: 19.6 lbs.

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Closest StoreKamloops, British Columbia
I did a lot of research when looking for a new keyboard. I wanted to play good piano tones and get decent organ tones on stage. Most rigs that could deliver those were well north of $2000. This one fits the bill to a tee, but it's only $529. For me the kicker is the 9 drawbars, and very passable organ sounds. My band mates were impressed with how better I sound now. Positives: It's light. 19 lbs. Good feel for the keys, quite responsive. Loud on board speakers. Line out as well as headphones out. Understandable layout and controls. 76 keys (E0 to G6) and I've yet to find a song outside that range. Negatives: It lacks a number pad, so dialing up a known tone is not as easy live (it does have 6 pre sets though) It has hundreds of tones, most of which I'll probably never use. Overall: I am thrilled with this new keyboard, and for my purposes (cover band, gig once or so a month) it was an economical and good sounding match. A purist may notice the tones are samples, most people won't. A stickler will want hammer weighted keys, my back won't miss carrying something that heavy. Some keyboardists will have multiple keyboards, I'm happy to press a button to go from piano to organ and back again. For me this is a great fit and easy on the budget.
Posted by Eric Haffenden on Nov 22, 2019
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