The CasioCasiotone CT-370 is a light, portable, but surprisingly sturdy, well-builtkeyboard produced during the late 1980s. Like all members of the Casiotonefamily, this instruments features many sounds and auto-accompaniments. TheCT-370 can be powered via DC adaptor, or by six D-size batteries. To the leftof the panel we find a single speaker. Two (one on each side) would have beenbetter, but there are many other Casio models that are stereo. Under the Casiologo lays a green and white message: "Pulse Code Modulation" - thisis to remind us that the CT-370 is based upon PCM samples. In the 1980s, thiswas still a big deal. Following to the right there's a series of five sliders:Power on/off, Main Volume, Accompaniment Volume, Rhythm Volume, and Chord type.While the first four are self explanatory, the fifth slider allows you tochoose the way your keyboard is set up: you can have the full keyboarddedicated to one sound, with no left side auto-accompaniment, or you can set uptwo types of accompaniment, and the Casio chord feature (a simplifiedauto-accompaniment, where you press two keys and you get complex chords -useful... read more
Used Casio CT- 370 keyboard in good condition and working order. Has DC adaptor and a folding stand . Collection only although this can be delivered in Leicestershire for £10.00. Blurb below is taken from the web.