Casio Hits A High Note At Winter NAMM 2014

                  Casio Hits A High Note At Winter NAMM 2014

Casio Extends the Capabilities of its Successful 61 and 76 key WK and CTK
Series Keyboards with Additional Tones, Rhythms and EQ Settings

PR Newswire

DOVER, N.J., Jan. 23, 2014

DOVER, N.J., Jan. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Casio America, Inc. is hitting the
right note with music enthusiasts and professional musicians with the launch
of five new digital pianos– the CTK-6200, CTK-6250, CTK-7200, WK-6600 and
WK-7600. From music composition to stage performance, these keyboards are
fully equipped for live and studio musicians alike. The latest introductions
in digital keyboards will be on display at Casio's Booth # 5900 at the 2014
NAMM Winter Session, January 23 -26 at the Anaheim Convention Center in
Anaheim, CA.

Known for creating innovative musical products that are designed to make
digital music more accessible to consumers, Casio's latest generation of WK
and CTK keyboards offer users exceptional new sounds and functions including
recording and editing capabilities. Amateur musicians and professionals will
applaud the sound quality, stylish design and production capabilities that the
new models present. The new WK and CTK keyboards offer an all-in-one solution
to create music and easily share it with an audience.

The WK-6600 and CTK-6200 / CTK-6250, are replacements for the successful
WK-6500 and CTK-6000 models. The CTK-6250 is a bold, new red version of the
CTK-6200. These innovative models offer new tones and rhythms, a backlit LCD
display and a 17 track sequencer with editing tools for creating new sounds
and music composition. Equipped with 210 rhythms, five new EQ settings, 700
instrument tones, 100 DSP effects and a registration mode for live
performance, the new WK-6600 and CTK-6200/ CTK-6250 have all the tools to
create, edit and perform music.

"We are thrilled to provide musicians with the innovative advancements in the
WK and CTK series," said Mike Martin, general manager of marketing, Musical
Instruments Division. "The new CTK and WK products provide extensive
composition tools in performance ready keyboards at previously unheard of
prices."

The flagship models, WK-7600 and CTK-7200, deliver an unprecedented level of
power and music making capabilities. Combined with a 17 track sequencer, the
CTK-7200 and WK-7600 have the ability to record audio. Compositions created on
either keyboard can be recorded as an audio file on a SDHC storage card.Even
sounds from external instruments can be mixed and recorded. Users can plug-in
a microphone, guitar, bass or other instrument and play along with instrument
tracks from within the keyboard. All of the sounds get mixed and saved as a
stereo audio file which can be shared with friends and family via computer or
put on an audio CD for label executives. The WK-7600 and CTK-7200 models also
feature large LCD display screens, 820 tones, 260 rhythms, five new EQ
settings, nine physical sliders for mixing capabilities and an organ drawbar
mode.

Available now, the CTK-6200, CTK-6250, CTK-7200, WK-6600 and WK-7600 deliver
pure playing enjoyment. The new series is carried in the music channels with
MSRP's ranging from $299.99 to $799.99. For more information, visit
www.casiomusicgear.com.

About Casio America, Inc.
Casio America, Inc., Dover, N.J., is the U.S. subsidiary of Casio Computer
Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, one of the world's leading manufacturers of consumer
electronics and business equipment solutions. Established in 1957, Casio
America, Inc. markets calculators, keyboards, mobile presentation devices,
disc title and label printers, watches, cash registers and other consumer
electronic products. Casio has strived to realize its corporate creed of
"creativity and contribution" through the introduction of innovative and
imaginative products. For more information, visit www.casiousa.com.

SOURCE Casio America, Inc.

Website: http://www.casiomusicgear.com
Contact: Christine Azzolino/Amanda Pecora, Coyne PR, (973) 588-2000,
cazzolino@coynepr.com, apecora@coynepr.com; or Sue Vander Schans, CASIO
AMERICA, INC., (973) 361-5400, svanderschans@casio.com
 
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