I got this piano psr-190 for 80$.I got this when i knew nothing about pianos.
I liked it because it was big and had 5 octaves and amateur pianists can work on it.They can practice it till they get some knowledge about piano notes.
But as you learn more,this piano becomes useless because it has only 5 octaves and the keys sound the same no matter how hard u press them.And the sound is not loud enough.only after i stuck them with more powerful speakers it was better.
like I said the quality was good.
But only for learners it is suitable.
I wanna get rid of it even if i loved it once and i wanna get a brand new Yamaha DGX 500 grand.it looks excellient.it also sounds awsome.i love it soooo much.
I liked the price and the amout of different voices it had and how many pre set songs.
Nothing sounded like the real instrument that it said it was. It was really cruddy sounding and didnt go very loud so you had to hook it up to an amp. It doesn't have that feature that most keyboards have where if you push harder on the key the sound is louder and harder. It was all the same volume no madder how hard you push it. Therefore giving it a very unrealistic feel.
It stays together well. I never broke anything on it. But i got bored of it quick.
Not a great keyboard at all. I do not reccomend it unless your short on cash.