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PX-360 max USB memory stick size?

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Hi, all, I just joined and already own a PX350 but am thinking of purchasing a 360 soon. I've downloaded the manual but can't seem to find the max size for the USB drive. Also is it USB 2.0 or 3.0?

Any info will help.

 

Pete

Columbus, Oh

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USB 2.0 is best.  

 

CGP-700 does come with a stand. It has a subwoofer built into the stand which is powered from the CGP-700.  Total power bumps from 16 watts for PX-360 to 40 watts for CGP-700.  The CGP is removable from the stand.  

 

 

 

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Keep in mind you need to buy SP-33 (triple pedal unit).

I have it for at least two years and use it with every keyboard(Casio, Roland and Yamaha). SP-33 works great.

 

PX350 has SP32 (I think) please correct me if I am wrong.

Make sure jacks on SP32 and SP33 are compatible.

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You don't *need* to buy the SP-33 for the CGP-700, but it's a nice add-on.

 

The SP-32 and SP-33 are NOT compatible. The SP-32 is for the older Casios, the SP-33 is for the newer ones. The SP-33 works with models such as the PX-160, 360, 560, CGP-700, while the SP-32 works with the PX-350 and others of that generation, I believe. Please check compatibility before buying.

 

Also, the SP-32 and SP-33 are best used with a Casio stand. If you are using a third-party stand the pedal unit won't be attached to anything.

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