Yamaha PSR-230
Yamaha PSR-230

PSR-230, Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha in the PSR series.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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ph_renier's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha PSR-230
I just bought the Yamaha PSR 230 and I have no user manual, how?
Thank you and good evening, Ph_Renier


I have no manual?


I have my Yamaha yesterday.
sorgen  :shoot:11/20/2005

sorgen :shoot:'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha PSR-230
Keyboard 61 keys (5 octaves) ...
Simple connection, MIDI IN & OUT, a jack for a pedal and one out of an amp or PA ... very basic, correct for my current use is a low-end Yamaha and a few years old ...


Everything is very simple, it's a keyboard for beginners, editing of sounds is quick, sound effects and very few admit that through the reverb I do not use them ...

The manual is quite clear, but even without it quickly knows the workings of the beast.

This is my first keyboard, and only them because I play more guitar now, so I used to repeat 'in my group and with the drum machine to work the guitar (which helps out much despite its simplicity).

He still works as well, there are only pregnant grisillent but since it is permanently connected to my sound ca does not bother me at all ...


Used for 8 years now (I was 11 when I got it)
Very simple but not quite complete, it is still in my use, if I could afford it I would change biensur but this is not the case ...
What I like least is the hit when we play ... too "plastic" for my taste ...

It was worth 3000 francs nine at the time, and as it still works very well and I even helped out in cafe concert when you have shit with a Triton, it is worth the cost ...

For the time it was very good, of course the synths have evolved considerably since prices have fallen and therefore impossible to compare with the same synth line today ...

I have no regrets but I confess it is a bit dated ...