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I turned my Casio px575r on, after working fine for a couple of years, and get random synth sounds and volume blasts instead of the chosen sound.

When I turned on the demo I got more of the same. The instruments would go in and out with random synth sounds and the volume going in and out.

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You may be running out of internal memory. Try deleting, songs & SMF etc that you may have recorded to INF AFTER moving them to an SD CARD first.
IDES4 can also be used to move user tones etc and do a factory init.

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SOURCE: CASIO PX575R

This may be a hard one to analyze, however my educated guess is that a static discharge is putting the internal processor in a program loop it shouldn't be in.

It is my experience that you MAY not even feel a discharge even.

Suggest you make sure to not wear static producing clothing as a test. Sliding across a piano bench might even create the discharge.

The unit SHOULD not be sensitive to this, but the designers don't always do things right.

ALSO make sure the unit is plugged into a grounded receptacle.

Use of external things like amps and headphones can WORSEN the problem of static. External amps MUST be fed from the same receptacle.

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SOURCE: Casio keyboard lit up, no sound, no responses

Unplug for several minutes and try again.

If that doesn't work, look up the "factory reset" procedure for your particular model via google and follow that procedure. It usually involves holding certain buttons down before and during power up.

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SOURCE: Casio CTK-671 No Sound

phylomedusa, I have the exact same problem???

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Hi, Tracey.
There are three publications that may be helpful for you on the Casio support site:
http://support.casio.com/manualfile.php?rgn=5&cid=008009009
One is a User Manual. It includes a trouble shooting guide. Another is an appendix with a lot of "stops," or registration settings (voices). Also, there is a MIDI implementation guide. If you are needful of factory repairs, I think you will have to be in touch with Casio directly:
https://inquiry.casio.co.jp/support/contact/form_I_en_f1.html
Good luck to you. Truly.

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ASSUMING you have a MIDI interface connection, (not audio) then you need to set the PC to use a general MIDI sound and turn on the synth in the PC.

Go to control panel and open the sound icon. Select the device to use for MIDI playback in the appropriate section.

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This ONLY applies if you have a floppy or hard drive in your unit...

SOME of these synths hang up during boot if the floppy or hard disk isn't recognized as working...

Also verify your power adapter is producing the right voltage and is the original.

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My Casio CTK 4000 has a 12v power going into it, turn it on, everything powers up, but when keys are pressed there is no sound. It shows the keys being pressed, but still produces no sound. Any help...


If you have a headphone jack, try listening with the phones to see if there is sound. Many of the synths have a way to defeat the line outputs and/or onboard speakers. Sometimes the headphone jack disables the speakers...

Not knowing your configuration regarding external amp/speaker makes it difficult to give further help.

Sometimes there is a mute button and of course the volume control.

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There is no way to make a low-end keyboard model a Mini Moog decently.

You probably need to get up into the $1000 to $2000 range to get decent modeling of the analog synths... Go to a music store that has used equipment and maybe they can find an older analog synth that can get close. Maybe try to find a DX7II or other unit but be aware it takes talent to tweak the sounds where you would want them.

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My xp-50 is emitting a noise when the keys are pressed


If the level is very low, this is what is known as "digitizing noise".

The waveforms from synths being digital in nature, have sharp edges that are filtered. There is a fine line between filtering too much and too little.

There is ALSO the statistical noise that is present in electronic devices that you can notice when you turn the volume way up.

These are all NORMAL and the nature of the beasts.

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This may be a hard one to analyze, however my educated guess is that a static discharge is putting the internal processor in a program loop it shouldn't be in.

It is my experience that you MAY not even feel a discharge even.

Suggest you make sure to not wear static producing clothing as a test. Sliding across a piano bench might even create the discharge.

The unit SHOULD not be sensitive to this, but the designers don't always do things right.

ALSO make sure the unit is plugged into a grounded receptacle.

Use of external things like amps and headphones can WORSEN the problem of static. External amps MUST be fed from the same receptacle.

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