Casio and Yamaha are two of the biggest brands in the digital keyboard industry. They are, as you likely already know, also known for creating superb digital pianos and music workstations too.
Casio and Yamaha are also known for their cutting-edge technology and excellent features on their instruments. And in the past few years, Casio has really stepped its game up in terms of creating high-quality keyboards that are not just for young or inexperienced pianists. Once seen as simply a manufacturer that makes piano or keyboard “toys,” they have become a serious competitor with Yamaha, who has been creating instruments for over a century.
Therefore, in this article, we’re going to discuss the Casio CTK-4400 digital keyboard. And within our review, we’re going to compare the CTK-4400 to the CTK-4200, as well as the Yamaha PSR-e343. We will look at the different features of each 61-key portable keyboard and determine which would be the best buy for your individual needs, be they music production or just plain old practicing and playing for fun.
And before we get started, feel free to use the interactive table below to compare the Casio CTK 4400 to other quality keyboards that are currently available on the market: