• CTK-6250 specifications
  • Casio CTK-6250

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    Keyboard	61 Piano-style keys
    Touch Response	2 Sensitivity levels / Off
    Sound Source	Dual-element AHL
    Polyphony (max)	48
    Tones	700
    User Tones	10 tone editor
    Built-in Rhythms	210
    User Rhythms	10
    Reverb	10 Types
    Chorus	5 Types
    Equalizer Settings	5 sets (default : off)
    DSP	100 Preset / 100 User
    Controllers	Start / Stop, Intro, Normal / Fill-in, Variation / Fill-in, Synchro / Editing
    Rhythm Editor	10 User rhythms
    Song Sequencer	16 tracks + 1 system track supports up to 5 songs. Real time recording, step recording, song edit, track edit, event edit
    Mixer	32 Channels + ext in (mic)
    Layer / Split	Yes
    Registration Memory	4 sets x 8 banks, 50 user presets
    One Touch Presets	200
    Pitch Bend Wheel	0 to 24 Semi-tomes
    General MIDI Compatible	16 Channel multi-timbre received, GM level 1
    SD Memory Card Storage	SD or SDHC
    Display	Backlit LCD
    Speakers w/ Bass Reflex System	4.7" x 2 + 1.2" x 2
    Amplifier	6W + 6W
    Terminals
    Line Out	L / Mono, R - Std jack
    Audio In	Stereo - Mini jack
    USB	Yes
    Sustain Pedal	Std jack
    Headphones 	Stereo - Std jack
    Power	12V DC or six D cell batteries
    Included Accessories
    AC Adaptor	AD-A12150
    Music Stand	Yes
    Dimensions and Weight
    Unit size L x W x H	37.2" x 14.9" x 5.2"
    Unit weight	12.8 lbs.
    Boxed size L x W x H	39.3" x 17.8" x 6.5"
    Boxed weight	20.3 lbs
    
    
    Question 1: If i make a song will it still be there after i turn the 6250 off, or must it be save to a sdcard and loaded again? Answer: When you record a song on the CTK-6250, it is automatically "saved" to internal user memory when the recording process is stopped. Internal user memory can store up to 5 songs. When you set up the Song Sequencer to record, you select which one of the 5 user memory slots you want the song "saved" to. You then have the option of "saving" (transfering) them from user memory to an SD Card, or using the Data Manager 6.1 software to transfer them to a computer via a USB cable, in order to free up user memory space for more songs.
    Question 2: If i make an quick recording with styles can' i use that recording and add more recordings to it on track 1-16? Answer: If you record a performance using auto-accompaniment (styles) to Track-17 the System Track) using the "EASY REC" method described on Page E-63 of the manual, then you can use the "Recording Individual Tracks" method described on Page E-67 to add to it on Tracks 1-16, but you can not add anything directly to Track-17 (the System Track), or you will erase all previously recorded data on it. Question 3: Is there some way to turn off the speakers without using headphones? Answer: Press the FUNCTION button. Press the RIGHT ARROW ( > ) button to go to page 2/2 of this menu. Press the DOWN ARROW ( V ) button TWICE to go down to " General ". Press the ENTER button. The top item on this page ( " Speaker " ) should already be selected. Press the MINUS ( - ) button to change [[ on ]] to [[ oFF ]]. Press the EXIT button TWICE to return to normal play mode. Your internal speakers will now be silenced. To turn the speakers back on, repeat the above procedure, except in the 6th step, use the PLUS ( + ) button to change [[ oFF ]] to [[ on ]].
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