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After two months or so of play my keys are starting to make annoyingly loud mechanical noises. Not all keys are the same. It almost seems like if there were a damping material at the end of travel that it is failing because at the end of travel on the downstroke there is more of a plastic on plastic sound rather than a softened thud. I am also finding that there is a squeak on some of the keys in addition to the other sound. The noise is definitely not coming from the speakers but is strictly mechanical in nature. It is loud enough that it overpowers the softer moments in a performance and is making it unsuitable for public play. Another symptom is that if i slide off a fully depressed key and let it rise of its own accord some make a rattle type sound when reaching their natural position. It seems like some damping material has failed on the upstroke as well. These issues are getting progressively worse as I use the board. Is anyone else having this issue? What can be done to fix it? Do I have a lemon?
Hi all, New to the forum. I was directed here by Casio, because they don't have the answers I seek, so figure to send me here. I played a CDP130 in a music store, and thought I was playing a Yamaha. The keyed, to me, was way better than the current PX offerings. Does anyone disagree with me? Or can tell me why they went with what seems to be an inferior action? OR why the PXs action is better, and I am wrong. Also, what is the best connectivity for the 130 audio and MIDI wise? Will it work as a controller? Thank you for whoever has these answers. Regards, Jake
I purchased a PX-130 used, and I love it, but there is one thing that is bothering me -- the lowest A key is raised slightly above the rest of the keys, by about 1mm. I've taken keybeds apart on Roland and Korg synthesizers before, but never a hammer action one. Does this look like an easy fix, like reseating a part, or does it look like something is broken? TIA...