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Looking for the "sustain" feature

Regular pianos have a sustain pedal. Does the WK-110 have a sustain mode I can set?

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  • cindy_skinne Dec 07, 2008

    I know, but the store where I bought the unit doesn't carry the pedal...I'd have to order it and of course I need to use the keyboard TODAY! :-))

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There no setting for this but i baught a sustain Pedal from RadioShack and it's already a plug in the keyboard and it costs only about 7.25 US$

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I don't think there is a setting for this directly, but there is an optional sustain pedal you can plug into it.

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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You MAY be trying to use a Roland pedal on an instrument that requires a different one.

The Roland have a normally closed contact where MOST others are normally open.

If you are using Roland equipment, then use of another brand OR a broken cable will cause this as will a shorted cable with other brands.

It looks like you MIGHT have a Technics given that number you posted. Not sure of which polarity pedal you require with that, So you need to test it.

Plug in a regular instrument cable and see if it sustains with nothing at other end. If it does, you need a normally closed one.

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Needs USB-MIDI Driver For WK 110 Piano for Windows 7(64 Bit)


Here is tie official site for the driver ... http://driverwhiz.com/drivers-en?brand=Casio&logo=Casio&subid=1001-us-en-10000000394&gclid=COT9m4uGhKACFdx05QodUT3Zkw

Evidently Casio has not written drivers for Windows 7/64 if I understand your comment. I am not that familiar with 7 but I do know in past versions, Windows has offered "compatability mode" so older devices might work with newer operating systems. Have you explored this possibility?

Here are the options I see:

Look for compatability mode on your new computer.

Ask Casio for a driver.

(I'm not a big fan of third party drivers - maybe you are - you can look for a third party driver)

Continue to operate your WK 110 using a 32 bit computer.

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CLOSED is typical for Roland pianos when at rest. (open to sustain).

Note that the jack PROBABLY has a grounding contact so when no pedal is used/plugged in, the jack is shorted at the piano.

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