Casio Privia Px330 Px-330 88 Key Digital Piano New - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

Casio Privia... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019 | 321 views

You ay have to edit a rhythm and save it as a "user defined rhythm". During editing the volume of each part can be defined with vol. level ranging from 0-127.

Please read the manual.
Metronome volume can be easily changed by just holding the metronome button.

Casio Privia... | Answered on Aug 12, 2014 | 148 views

Newer Casio models that have "class compliant" USB interfaces such as the PX-330 would work (plug and play) since they now have "class compliant" drivers.
Unfortunately PX-300 is an older model that would need specific drivers and Casio only made drivers for Windows PCs.

Casio Privia... | Answered on Aug 12, 2014 | 159 views

Casio don't supply PX330 drivers for IPAD.
Get a Windows 8.1 tablet or connect PX330 to a desktop PC and use IPAD to Remote control that PC.

Casio Privia... | Answered on Aug 11, 2014 | 432 views

The Casio Privia 410r has two pedal jacks at the back. One is the sustain pedal, the other is the soft/sus jack. Please use the other jack if you want to use sustain pedal. Only 1 of the 2 jacks can be used.

However, if you have the optional sp30a pedal which plugs UNDER the piano instead, then only can you have 3 different piano pedals.

Casio Privia... | Answered on May 18, 2014 | 232 views

NO! Usually an electrolytic capacitor is defective.

Casio Privia... | Answered on Dec 17, 2013 | 48 views

Turn the Keyboard off the press and while holding down the [TONE] AND [FUNCTION] buttons power on the keyboard. Wait until all reset is done.

Casio Privia... | Answered on Dec 17, 2013 | 777 views

No - the fuse is inside the keyboard. Or at least it should be. On your particular model have a look on the underside of the keyboard (where your knees go).

Casio Privia... | Answered on Nov 26, 2013 | 141 views

The problem you're encountering is actually a feature, called stretch tuning. While real pianos are tuned in this way it's meant to sympathise with their natural 'organics' and might sound wrong on a digital instrument. The solution is to turn stretch tuning off. The manual should be able to tell you how.

Casio Privia... | Answered on Sep 11, 2013 | 267 views

Plug a set of headphones into one of the PHONES jacks on the left side of the unit.

Casio Privia... | Answered on Dec 17, 2013 | 82 views

If anyone using a wireless guitar setup is close to it when playing, can do that.

Casio Privia... | Answered on Feb 28, 2014 | 111 views

Try checking your power cord. Perhaps someone stepped on it and it pulled out. It happened to me once. I thought something was terribly wrong with it. I was pretty embarrassed to find out that I'd just cut off power via cable... check your cords before worrying too much. If nothing seems to be wrong, take it in to the repair shop.

Casio Privia... | Answered on Sep 14, 2012 | 1,021 views

MOVs do not have a reset button.

Your AC adapter actually should have a fuse inside it to meet EU safety and CE safety requirments. Getting that apart is the challenge.

Test it with a voltmeter first.

If there is voltage, check to make sure the coaxial connector center post is the right size for the plug. If it is, you will need to open the cabinet. There might be a fuse present because of the battery option, in which case that fuse may be failed, a resistor in close vicinity may have failed as well. A broken wire or solder track would be more likely.

If no voltage output from supply, 2 ways to gain entry into a glued wall wart are not the prettiest, but it gets you into them. It saves buying a new one. One is to use a knife carefully and slice through the plastic at the seam where the 2 shells come together, it takes a while. The other method is brutish and quick- a side cutter/diagonal cutter on the corners is usually enough to break them on the seam.

Then check the fuse itself for continuity. If the fuse checks okay, carefully set it so you can apply power to it and check the rectifiers to see if any burned out- you want to essentially check the unit to see if the rectifiers simply failed.If it is a transformer supply, measure at the point where the transformer leads join the bridge rectifier quad. If there is AC present, the rectifiers failed. If there is no voltage/currnet- just check for voltage- the transformer burned out. If the unit is a switch mode type supply, check the rectifiers with an ohm meter with no power applied from the mains. You may or may not see any visigly failing capacitors- if you do those can be replaced, or you can simply replace the supply. This latter type might be held together with screws- it will certainly have less heft to it.

Casio Privia... | Answered on Feb 15, 2012 | 252 views

to do a factory reset you Turn the Keyboard off the press and HOLD TONE AND FUNCTION and power the keyboard on while holding them buttons. if you did it right you'll see some wierd start up and flashes and then everything will be back to normal. try a few times if at first it doesn't work. somtimes it's picky.

Casio Privia... | Answered on Oct 07, 2011 | 998 views

Yep... Roland pedals are reversed, that is, normally closed contacts. Unlike some Yamaha keyboards, the Casio doesn't have an inversion function available. You have two choices to solve this: 1. Buy a pedal with the corect sense 2. Open the Roland pedal and MAYBE with a soldering iron you can move a wire to select a contact with the opposite sense.

Casio Privia... | Answered on Aug 05, 2011 | 1,213 views

This is a problem with one of the two contacts for that key. The contacts close at different times as the key is depressed and the time it takes between is measured as velocity which is used to control the loudness as in a regular piano. The contacts are conductive rubber pills. After a lot of dis-assembly you can clean them with 99% isoprphyl alcohol and Q Tips. Clean both the pills and the circuit traces on the board they are pressed against. Be very careful of the ribbon cables between the halves of the case.

Casio Privia... | Answered on Nov 04, 2013 | 650 views

On page E11 of your manual... see the picture with two voices, one for the T and one for R... select them there.

Your manual can be downloaded here:

You probably cannot "change the tone" of the two voices if they are the same voice. You should be able to transpose to different octave however.

Casio Privia... | Answered on Jul 10, 2011 | 420 views

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