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Yamaha PSR-E303

Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha belonging to the PSR series.

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Yamaha PSR-E303Published on 05/06/06 at 13:33
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So it's a keyboard arranger, what has all easier, sounds which have 482 and 361 XGlite 12 drum kits. This is not the creme of creams, but it holds the road.
Section 106 accompaniment styles she has
Finally, it has 102 songs pre-recorded and 4-track recordings for the user. There are also 5 Yamaha YES to learn songs but I confess I never use it
In the gadget category, there are also the Portable Grand Piano (a key that refers directly to an acoustic piano sound), the Sound Effect Kit (sounds of DJ, in some rotten, ralistes for others), a Split function (for Spar keyboard in 2 zones), the Touch Response (to adjust the response of the keyboard), a function Harmony (zero), a dual......
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So it's a keyboard arranger, what has all easier, sounds which have 482 and 361 XGlite 12 drum kits. This is not the creme of creams, but it holds the road.
Section 106 accompaniment styles she has
Finally, it has 102 songs pre-recorded and 4-track recordings for the user. There are also 5 Yamaha YES to learn songs but I confess I never use it
In the gadget category, there are also the Portable Grand Piano (a key that refers directly to an acoustic piano sound), the Sound Effect Kit (sounds of DJ, in some rotten, ralistes for others), a Split function (for Spar keyboard in 2 zones), the Touch Response (to adjust the response of the keyboard), a function Harmony (zero), a dual function (to layer 2 sounds), a metronome, a dictionary of agreements

Level effects, just the reverb, chorus and flanger (the last 2 of quality as pretty and easily accessible mdiocre)
The keyboard has five octaves and 61 keys are trs (too?) Lgres. Personally I find the buttons a bit feeble and not very strong, but it's been a good year now and I still hold the keys, even APRS treatments a little rough.
The interface is minimal, but that's no big deal. Also the buttons and knobs are other really well (unlike the keyboard)

The connection finally is also minimal: a power supply, a entrepdale sustain, an output jack, a MIDI in, MIDI out 1. It is a black spot of the beast (in my case, it is the entries for the pedals that bother me the most)

UTILIZATION

Bin yeah, configuration extremely simple: a number one sound, and the transition to acoustic piano or SEK is comprised of one button. The beast, however, has long relaxation when it comes to moving from one sound to another.
Dual function provides automatic sound "right" was the main voice is really nice but not very practical when you are in search of accurate sound in a hurry.
The reverbs are good quality but the chorus and flanger adsirer leave.
The manual and trs complete, but there is still a lot of pages that serve as a slab (I did open as the summary table to view a time I had this keyboard)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 1 year and overall I'm satisfied. Operation is extremely simple, the sounds are of good quality and a first key, the report qualitprix is ​​excellent. However, I regret his reaction time, absent its presets and minimal connections, but that price was good, it can not be too demanding.
I tried several other keyboards and wanting acqurir in a while having a budget Reduces is that this one was the most interesting.
If I found myself in the same situation (looking for a first keyboard with a limited budget), I do it again this choice without hsiter. Anyway, after tasting I would go for a more efficient style keyboard workstation
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" I do with ..."

Yamaha PSR-E303Published on 10/31/10 at 05:20
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It is a 61-key arranger keyboard 5 octaves
Sounds: 482
Styles: 106 non-editable
poor sound effects (Reverb, Chorus, Flanger) Unless the Reverb is not bad ...
The Dual Functions to put two sounds together and split to separate the keyboard in two ...
Conection: Headphone, MIDI IN and OUT, Sustain
the keys leave much to be desired ... they make noise I think. velocity also leaves to be desired, but otherwise the feel is a bit plastic but otherwise not bad

UTILIZATION

Configuring more than simple ...
but cons to change settings .. you have to get through the menus and that's bof ..
Manual personally I did not read.
and editing sounds is bof with volume, octave, chorus has set......
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It is a 61-key arranger keyboard 5 octaves
Sounds: 482
Styles: 106 non-editable
poor sound effects (Reverb, Chorus, Flanger) Unless the Reverb is not bad ...
The Dual Functions to put two sounds together and split to separate the keyboard in two ...
Conection: Headphone, MIDI IN and OUT, Sustain
the keys leave much to be desired ... they make noise I think. velocity also leaves to be desired, but otherwise the feel is a bit plastic but otherwise not bad

UTILIZATION

Configuring more than simple ...
but cons to change settings .. you have to get through the menus and that's bof ..
Manual personally I did not read.
and editing sounds is bof with volume, octave, chorus has set ..
effects as I said a little above it must look in the menus and it's not very practical ..

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since 2006 so for 5 years and I find it HOLDS the road
I use it almost to midi now ..
I have not tried other models
value for the price is right
with experience j'aurrait leaning more towards a workstation
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" Simple, do not expect the extraordinary"

Yamaha PSR-E303Published on 12/01/10 at 14:02
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It's a keyboard arrangers, 482 sounds and 5 octaves
No Effect
Connectors midi in out
Non-editable Styles


UTILIZATION

Configuration as simple as possible for 6 months

OVERALL OPINION


Yes before I had a Korg K49 but to put me to the compound I decided to learn the piano a little better I leaned on the keyboard as I can use it as master keyboard
Value for top awards
With the experience I would carry on this election but the more I think I would hesitate
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Yamaha PSR-E303Published on 02/05/11 at 13:53
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already said very easy to use even if you never bought a synth, arranger, keyboard or any other, because there are very few of Other Features.
"Effects" are completely invalid. Sounds: there are mass (480 and dust), but few are of good quality. There are few drum kits, not terrible.
The sounds are somewhat varied, guitars and strings do not sound good.
The bass is not bad, synths leads are nil, the pads are not bad and fall are excellent, the keybord is good.
Apart from that, there are "styles" (ready-made drum beats) but varied enough that do not sound good to my taste.
There are also some "songs" (ready-made demo tracks).
The last point: The record.
Completely void for those......
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already said very easy to use even if you never bought a synth, arranger, keyboard or any other, because there are very few of Other Features.
"Effects" are completely invalid. Sounds: there are mass (480 and dust), but few are of good quality. There are few drum kits, not terrible.
The sounds are somewhat varied, guitars and strings do not sound good.
The bass is not bad, synths leads are nil, the pads are not bad and fall are excellent, the keybord is good.
Apart from that, there are "styles" (ready-made drum beats) but varied enough that do not sound good to my taste.
There are also some "songs" (ready-made demo tracks).
The last point: The record.
Completely void for those who want to save, since there are at least 100 tracks, but we can not bring 2 tracks, or export!
So if you want to save just a piano melody, for example, that's all you can do.

OVERALL OPINION

It's been 6 years that I have, and I find this very average keyboard ...
Various sounds bad but, no effects ...
Short, simple keyboard, but not the height for those who want to do something pro.

on the other hand, if for example piano lessons, it is largely good.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: PSR-E303
  • Series: PSR
  • Category: Keyboard Arrangers
  • Added in our database on: 04/21/2005

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