Casio SA75 Keyboard with Headset Microphone

Casio SA75 Keyboard with Headset Microphone
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Product Description

Recorder? Violin? Xylophone? Cool Kids want to hammer the keys. Minikeyboard SA-75 already offers all keyboard novices 100 top-notch tones as well as 30 accompaniment patterns (10 rhythms, 10 free-session, 10 funny). In addition, it features an LCD musical information system as well as the option of turning off the melodies of the 10 built-in songs, so that learners can play them themselves. LCD musical information system Connectors - mic in, headphones Speakers - 8 cm x 2; 2 x 1.2 W Power supply - AD-1 or 5 AA-size batteries (both optional)

Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #33 in Musical Instruments
  • Brand: Casio
  • Model: CAS SA75
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 4.75" h x 10.00" w x 27.50" l, 4.40 pounds


  • On-screen music staff displays notes played while icons indicate the beat
  • 10 demo songs with a melody-off control
  • Four-note polyphonic with 100 PCM tones
  • 30 patterns include 10 rhythms, 10 free sessions, and 10 funny modes
  • Runs on five-AA batteries or AC adapter (not included)

Editorial Reviews Product Description Designed for the young or beginning musician, the Casio SA-75 Starter Musical Keyboard provides enough features and functions to get anyone to enjoy and learn to play music without having to invest a lot of money. And thanks to a microphone headset included in the package, your aspiring musician can even sing along over the amplifier without having to take his or hands from the keys. The Casio SA-75 features 100 top-notch PCM tones, as well as 30 accompaniment patters including 10 rhythms, 10 free-sessions, and 10 funny ones. This musical keyboard also features an LCD-screen musical information display system that includes a music-staff which displays the notes that are being played and as well as icons that indicate the beat. Additionally, the SA-75 has the option of turning off the melodies so that the student can play the songs with just the notation. This Casio keyboard has 37 keys, with a maximum polyphony of four notes. Two speakers are built in to the keyboard, but users should note there is no line-out or headphone jack. This keyboard runs on five AA batteries (not included), or can be run via an AC power adapter that can be purchased separately. What's in the Box Casio SA-75 musical keyboard, and hands-free headset microphone.

Customer Reviews

Great for the money, but needs lower volume level setting.4 For just a little more than a toy keyboard you can get something that really works. This keyboard can do up to four notes at once, so children can learn about both chords and melodies. The sound quality is better than I expected considering the price, and it run on nice cheap AA batteries that can be bought in bulk. Battery changing is easy. The one downside is that the lowest volume level isn't all that low. It's impossible to just play this quitely at a volume level low enough so that only the one playing can hear. Also, it comes with a microphone, and when that is plugged in, the sound can be heard all over the house with the volume set to it's lowest level. So, it's a nice way to introduce children to music, but it's a loud way because it doesn't allow a truly low volume setting. Not bad for the price. . . 3 This keyboard is just a decent noise-maker for kids. I bought it so I would have a portable musical reference for a college music theory course. Two complaints, one small, one huge: No big deal, but the "tones" you can select from sound pretty weak, although there are a bunch to choose from so it's not hard to find something that sounds okay. But it really irks me that you can't play more than four keys at the same time! If you have any experience with the piano you're going to find this shortcoming completely unacceptable. Two bits of praise: There is a digital display showing both the treble and bass clef staves. When you hit a key the display shows you where the pitch falls on the staves. Ingenious! Perfect for beginners just learning. Very lightweight and portable. Conclusion: Great for kids, but don't even think about it if you have been playing for any amount of time. This is great!5 The Product Description recommends this for, "the young or beginning musician". I can also recommend it for a female singer who is NOT a pianist. I wanted a small, lightweight keyboard just to learn vocal parts. This is perfect. The keys are too short for a man's hands and take a bit of getting used to, but the stated 4 1/2 pound weight is well worth it. I love it!