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DaRox 11/16/2010

Yamaha NP-30 : DaRox's user review

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The connections are very minimalistic (one headphone output, two midi connectors, one sustain and the power connector).

It only has 7 or 8 sounds, but only the first piano is actually usable.

USE

Given its price, there's not much you can complain about. It's not a piano and all piano players will bash it, but I have a synth that costs thrice as much and it's keyboard is worse.

There's no need for a user's manual. You plug it in, press "On" and start playing.

OVERALL OPINION

The sounds of the keyboard aren't the best, except for the piano, which is pretty good, more than enough to practice.
However, the speakers are almost worthless and you'll have to use an amp or a DI and a PA system.

It's very good as a master keyboard (onstage with an expander or in a home studio with Cubase).