Yamaha DGX-305
Yamaha DGX-305

DGX-305, Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha in the DGX series.

Price engine
Classified Ads
Kheops887 06/29/2005

Yamaha DGX-305 : Kheops887's user review


  • Like
  • Tweet
  • Partager
  • Submit
  • Email
Keyboard 76 notes, full keys and sensitive touch piano.

Level connections, SUSTAIN, PHONE / AUDIO, USB (replaces MIDI), DC IN, rglage LCD CONTRAST knob.

Sound: I personally find the sounds of good quality trs at least for the use I make. Sounds Cool!, Sweet! and Live! They are superb, I recommend the piano Live! which is a rgal of the same fltes, sax and organ that are quite remarkable. Other sounds are trs honntes, they abound in the XG, but hey, they must really have the ide a trs prcise of what we want to do!

Styles: The styles are in number 135, trs honntes for those who want or make s'entraner Titus models. Classic intro / change / ending / Interlude.J 'would by AIM against more OTS by style (1 single on the 305). Not ditables.

Effects: DSP missing the good old I think, like tremolo and distortion ... (useful for jazz, etc. ...). Otherwise classic 4 x Chorus, Reverb x 9, 26 x Harmony. Overall quite suitable for use "domestic".

Squenceur: Fun but no more, faster, to quickly record a Intgr ide before you forget anything else;-p Anyway, tjs useful! (6 tracks ca 10,000 notes)

The pros: The screen! This is what has guided my choice. Graphic 320 x 240 pixels. It makes using the machine friendly and comfortable. The navigation is intuitive trs I think we know qd small shortcuts your checks split / dual / harmony, etc. ...

Trs pratqiues, posting scores. Possibility of a MIDI song Tlcharger ds flash memory or SmartMedia, reproduce (Fidler!) With the score and lyrics. Also possibility to register and view the score of what we play.

The apps that came with the keyboard: very practical and intuitive to load midi's. Not yet time to test MusicSoft but apparently bcp possibilities (e-learning, etc ...)

The -: I AIM numrot a menu. For example, to select the menu sustain, we must remember that we must press as many times when a button for each function numro t would be desirable. Futile but here :-) (Even more futile: APRS 2 days of use Modra, a dead pixel ds the screen! Trs serious but not good ...).


As I said above, everything is done to make the intuitive. The good old Systm "Press & Hold" Yamaha is omniprsent on the keyboard. Intuitive menu, edition of effects: none.


I use this keyboard for 2 weeks and I'm delighted! Fully satisfy me some sounds. If you want a keyboard with good sound (even good for trs Cool!, Live! And Sweet!), The effects of good quality it's the same for the styles and use of Pc softwares on.

J'e would do no doubt the same choice!

In short, convenient to use keyboard that I call home! Highlights for me: USB, notch graphics, sound, (YESS 4 trs well done for knowing that such INTERESTED).