Oh, yes, my comparison was with the 2X as well, not the 2!I have the 2X version which I do like.
I want good base sounds, keys as close to a piano as possible and minimal editing. This piano is going on the road.
Hummmmm.... good ideia!If you like the slim shape and the low weight of the Numa checkout the Casio PX-S1100 and 3100 models, bother very slim and they both have a hammer action.
The 3100 has more sounds and arranger features and retails below $900.
The action on both is good but imo the similar models by Yamaha, Roland and Kawai actions are better.
The only concern about the 5X would be its age, it is getting on for ten years since it was released and its worldwide availability has been very limited for a few years now. I am in the UK where it is only available via the box shifting grey import companies.
Good point. I wouldn't suggest the PX-S1100 for live performance, though... using the piano's keys to change sounds is not so practical, if you ever need to change a sound in the middle of a song. Another possibility could be the CDP-S360, though having to take the audio out of a stereo 1/8" jack is not ideal. For the OP, who is mostly/entirely focussed on piano/EP usage, one nice thing about both the PX-S3100 and CDP-S360 is that they have far more piano/EP sounds than the PX-S1100 as well.If you like the slim shape and the low weight of the Numa checkout the Casio PX-S1100 and 3100 models, bother very slim and they both have a hammer action.
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