Yamaha PSR-1100
Yamaha PSR-1100

PSR-1100, Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha in the PSR series.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 5 reviews )
 3 reviews60 %
 2 reviews40 %
Audience: Beginners
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Adrien 7312/14/2011

Adrien 73's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Yamaha PSR 1100 the best arranger high tech."

Yamaha PSR-1100
The Yamaha PSR 1100 possde excellent sound engine dowry sonorits trsraliste of functionalities and compltes sophistiqus and the best manufacturing quality.


The Yamaha PSR 1100 is user friendly on all levels.


In rsumJ'ais bought a Yamaha PSR 1100 in September 2005 and I board the chancher the dealer, the Yamaha PSR 1100 possde excellent sound engine dowry sonorits TRSR realistic, compltes of functionalities and sophistiqus and the best manufacturing quality.
dark millenium03/26/2008

dark millenium's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha PSR-1100
Keyboard-type synthesizer (with aftertouch), 5 octaves (61 notes).
-A simple but effective connectivity: 1 USB, Midi In / Out, 2 assignable pedal input, Aux Out (L and R), Output (R & L), power (16V).
-800 Editable sounds, 8 "cool", 2 "sweet" and a "live" voices, many styles available, with the possibility of publishing. The pianos are Frache good, sound good EP, organs are average, a realistic range of percussion, strings pretty good, guitars correct limit (at the same time, it is not really made for that), good bass (especially synthBass), brass correct, the wind instruments modeled not too bad, choirs ways with good pads though, sounds very good and finally Forsythe, XG sounds good.
-The effects are editable.
Recorder-easy to use, good capacity of internal backup.
-Pitch Bend Wheel.


Ergonomic-intuitive enough (I have been 3 or 4 years and I have not opened the manual sovent), an easy handling.
Editions, to do with the manual (recommended) as complicated for the neophyte.
-Manual for beginners, but clear enough to identify the important points.


"I use the keyboard and then 3 or 4 years, and I must say I am satisfied.
The special-my favorite is the edition of the vote, which allows for fantastic combis. However, it is unfortunate that there have not arpeggiator (not a pure synthesizer).
"I had tried a few arrangers but they did not suit me, and when I saw it (€ 1,100 for a high-end, before the release of Tyros) I could not resist.
Value for money-really excellent for the price hard to beat.
-I would do this choice because I do not really regret it.

Jarrofile's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha PSR-1100
Please note this keyboard is not a hard-synthétyzer. You have many factory sounds are easy changes made but overall it changes only very few sounds original. The styles are very good also they are divided into four (ABCD). The intro of each are divided into three styles that is to say you have three intro, ending three and a Break on each style.
The keyboard has a section because you can easily changed easily remove all the effects and find a basic sounds or add! (Effects: reverb, touch, mono for the most important!).


Configuration point of view nothing complicated for a keyboard but we often tap the buttons to finally understand is you are doing if you start with this synth.
Editing and sound effects a bit complicated for an experienced architecture for a newcomer. We must return several times to understand the system. Everything is house no button, no slider allows you to the varied sounds. Can not edit a live sound for example!
The manual when it was long enough. And I can not tell you if it is clear because I did not read!


I have this synth for 3 years. The best point of this keyboard is the feature. He does everything. Piano (with pretty good effect) in Synth (Sounds Oxygen 4 !!!)... I tried 5 synth model before buying it without paying attention. But of those I tested it was the best. I paid € 1200 this synth and it was worth ...
As of today I'm going to lean more toward the analog (Roland SH-201, for example ...).
Julien Dlt08/22/2006

Julien Dlt's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha PSR-1100
61-key arranger clanier dynamic
2 outputs to a headphone, 2 pedal jacks, midi in / out, USB, floppy lesteur
More 800sons editable (watch that s not a synth, either)
DSP, reverb, chorus, delay
sequencer 16pistes


Like all Yamaha very easy to use
and like all Yamaha manual is poor but I am almost tempted to say that it is useless


I've had the 1year
sounds are EXCELLENT but the piano can be is average, but by adding a small effect ca va.je regret that it is no more or effects (but as I said is not a synth c)
J have had the yamaha psr 210,220,290, a DX7, and DJX and a roland e 12 vs vs is the one might expect the best c is another line at the same tps
value for money I think is EXCELLENT
c is a versatile arranger, classical fans may prefer korg roland but especially for others is an EXCELLENT choice c ..

ze_rem's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha PSR-1100
Lightweight keyboard,
5 octaves,
complte + USB connector
Varis styles, but the banks are all the same give fast enough pulses,
The choice of instruments is vast but the asset and the inconvnient: it is a versatile keyboard, so do not expect a great string section or whatever, but you can thanks him fly low prs everything is done.
The sounds are good, especially the cool and live voices.
Everything is very practical to use and fairly intuitive.


Super accessible, quality registration is easy and then work again. A bonus for reading the partition that you just played one track on the screen trs readable (but only one door!) That gives you an instantaneous CASC any squence polling place.
The manual is also trs trs complete.


I use it for a year, I like the ease of use, versatility.
Too bad there is not more styles from the factory, but the part well done User allows to to create.
This is my teacher who had advised me to jazz (I was working on a piano before numrique), and thanks the trs good instrument, I can play all (for the classic, pr Frez all the same a good keyboard heavy!).
The report is qualitprix INTERESTED. I do not spare him, but I plan to add a synth type Kurzweil VA1 or VSynth Roland for more work on the sound.