The PX3 heads up Casio’s Privia digital piano range, which for the most part consists of home and education-oriented models with integrated stands, speakers and pedal units. It’s really an excellent stage piano with great touch and sound quality but without speakers. It’s the perfect instrument for gigging band musicians who want portability and quality at a great price and are happy to power it through stage amplification. Weighing in at less than 24lbs, is this keyboard going to feel like a lightweight home keyboard or is it going to feel like a proper grown up serious workhorse.
According to several user reviews, they have praised Casio Privia PX3 for the smooth, detailed, playable piano sounds; Great EP and synth sounds. Impossibly light given the great-feeling weighted action; Supports halfpedaling with optional three-pedal unit. Also, some users have complained it for the editing is fiddly using the buttons and small LCD; No aftertouch; No sweep pedal input, just two footswitch inputs. Bundled damper pedal isn’t great.
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To restoring Casio Privia PX3 to it’s factory settings, just simply power ON while simultaneously holding the [TONE] and [FUNCTION] buttons. The Factory Reset procedure is complete.
Warning! This operation returns all data and settings you’ve made in the menus to their factory-set condition. So be sure to back up any information you wish to keep. This procedure also applies to the Privia PX-3s unit. Hopefully the article of “Reset Casio Privia PX3 Digital Stage Piano” can help you.
Reference: Casio Privia PX3 manual