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Yamaha PSR-195
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Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha belonging to the PSR series.

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  • Dg weedDg weed

    Yamaha PSR-195Published on 04/02/07 at 06:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Synth has five octaves - 61 keys.
    - 127 General MIDI presets (including 1 drumkit sounds by double and some with a delay not be modified).
    - 1 x Big Jack (headphones / out) - 1 MIDI input and 1 output - a meter can sustain pedal.

    UTILIZATION

    - The keys are very reactive (not progressive velocity or heavier)
    ca gadget but is very strong.
    - Simple configuration as very poor and no backup is possible!
    - Jami I saw that it was possible to select the MIDI channels - the patches are the presets are very basic and simple access
    - I do not have the manual! (Surra might clarify for me any item)
    - I use it with lots of PC software is tjrs recognized and does not need driver…
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    - Synth has five octaves - 61 keys.
    - 127 General MIDI presets (including 1 drumkit sounds by double and some with a delay not be modified).
    - 1 x Big Jack (headphones / out) - 1 MIDI input and 1 output - a meter can sustain pedal.

    UTILIZATION

    - The keys are very reactive (not progressive velocity or heavier)
    ca gadget but is very strong.
    - Simple configuration as very poor and no backup is possible!
    - Jami I saw that it was possible to select the MIDI channels - the patches are the presets are very basic and simple access
    - I do not have the manual! (Surra might clarify for me any item)
    - I use it with lots of PC software is tjrs recognized and does not need drivers
    - No after touch - no modulation wheel and pitch either!

    OVERALL OPINION

    - Sounds are really poor (has a few simpa) General MIDI Sounds!
    - In general, are of low electric piano and organ sounds good in the bass!
    - Drumkit is lousy for the cons!
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