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Yamaha PSR-E443
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Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha belonging to the PSR series.

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  • I'm having this additional keyboard

    Yamaha PSR-E443Published on 11/28/14 at 09:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Features

    Yamaha PSR E423 is a 61-key keyboard

    - 700 high-level sound quality sounds
    - 11 Cool Sounds and Sweet
    - Real-time Control Potentiometers
    - Sequencer 6 tracks
    - Arpeggiator offering 100 variations
    - Pitch Bend
    - 305 song titles for quick keyboard setups
    - 2 x 2.5 W
    - USB

    UTILIZATION

    As for me, I has long been other keyboards and synthesizers, analog and digital, I kept
    But I'd still never so pleased with this small keyboard resourceful ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years
    I think more progress with Yamaha through to the next level for the sound quality by considering to go directly to the PSR-S750 which is a real bomb quality-price ... ...
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    Features

    Yamaha PSR E423 is a 61-key keyboard

    - 700 high-level sound quality sounds
    - 11 Cool Sounds and Sweet
    - Real-time Control Potentiometers
    - Sequencer 6 tracks
    - Arpeggiator offering 100 variations
    - Pitch Bend
    - 305 song titles for quick keyboard setups
    - 2 x 2.5 W
    - USB

    UTILIZATION

    As for me, I has long been other keyboards and synthesizers, analog and digital, I kept
    But I'd still never so pleased with this small keyboard resourceful ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years
    I think more progress with Yamaha through to the next level for the sound quality by considering to go directly to the PSR-S750 which is a real bomb quality-price ...
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  • The best keyboard for beginners!

    Yamaha PSR-E443Published on 07/25/14 at 07:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    What type of keyboard? 61-key arranger keyboard
    He has an effects section? Rudimentary: Chorus and Flanger, Reverb, EQ. Also various automatic harmonization effects, echo, ... s iOS apps ire download at Yamaha can add all sorts of functions, including add dials Pitch / Modulation to y keyboard on your iPad / iPhone / iPod Touch!
    What connection? Headphone / line out mini-jack, sustain pedal input, USB to Host (USB MIDI with the possibility of screws).
    How many sounds available? . 500 edition is basic: you can put the chorus or flanger and reverb on each sound, and adjust the overall equalization keyboard. It is also possible to layer two tones, adjusting the volume of each of the......
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    What type of keyboard? 61-key arranger keyboard
    He has an effects section? Rudimentary: Chorus and Flanger, Reverb, EQ. Also various automatic harmonization effects, echo, ... s iOS apps ire download at Yamaha can add all sorts of functions, including add dials Pitch / Modulation to y keyboard on your iPad / iPhone / iPod Touch!
    What connection? Headphone / line out mini-jack, sustain pedal input, USB to Host (USB MIDI with the possibility of screws).
    How many sounds available? . 500 edition is basic: you can put the chorus or flanger and reverb on each sound, and adjust the overall equalization keyboard. It is also possible to layer two tones, adjusting the volume of each of the two basic sounds (nice for organs or to superimpose a piano and a string pad for example. Similarly, we can split the keyboard into two zones (configurable), which allows eg to play bass with the left hand and right hand piano, etc..
    What are the characteristics of the sequencer? The small two-track MIDI sequencer deserves to exist and you will be recording a backing track where you superposerez a solo track or record the songs you listen to work for (it is possible to download from the Yamaha website a "Songbook" in French, a real little method piano and arranger keyboard to put you straight into the bath).
    Otherwise, the keyboard includes a "jogger" module really well for a keyboard of this price range. The accompaniment styles (an intro, two variations, a fill-in and an end) are quite realistic and friendly and cover all genres of music stamped "varieties" from Jazz to electro via the dance music and musk in the world ... what fun!

    UTILIZATION

    The general configuration is it simple? It was not easy. I've used other Yamaha keyboards that range and it is particularly easy to handle, while being relatively sophisticated and offer features rarely found on keyboards of this award, as the connection to USB Host, MIDI or Aux In allowing you to connect your MP3 player, tablet, smartphone or CD or keyboard to play over the sound of MP3 or downright playing the melody yourself with the delete function the main melody of the song released!
    Editing sounds and effects is it easy? We may be easier, given the lack of adjustable parameters. Dedicated buttons are assigned to the Layer and sharing the keyboard (Split), as well as tempo adjustment, the activation of the harmonization function, ...
    The manual is clear and sufficient? Very clear and certainly enough for a "basic" use (beginner learning music or supervised by his parents child). The Songbook (collection of partitions / elementary method piano and arranger keyboard) download after registration on the Yamaha website happily complete the manual. For a more sophisticated use, it will be better to turn to user forums (Audiofanzine PSR Tutorial - the latter in English), or upgrade after a year or two if we take taste u play the keyboard. Depending on the case, we will then turn to a medium range arranger keyboard or digital piano.

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long do you use? I've used it for a week's holiday with my brother, who bought it for my niece learns the piano, but I know very well this range of keyboards, having myself a Yamaha E433 PR and considering d 'ers upgrade the E443.
    Have you tried many other models before buying it? In the same range of Yamaha keyboards, I had the E313, the E413 and E433 the past year.
    What is so special that you like most? Quality keys (I had the impression that the touch is BETTER than my E433, which cost almost double the price!) And the incredible number of sounds and accompanying quality motifs offered in a keyboard so cheap! Another point to note: unlike previous models E303, 313, 323 and 333, the E343 has new registrations memory to save your settings, which is new SRU keyboard in this category!
    Do you like the least? The few opportunities for sound editing, but it is not the goal, since it is a keyboard introduction to music and not a synth!
    How do you rate the value for money? Unbeatable.
    With experience, you do again this choice you? Without hesitation, if I was a beginner in music, if I had a child who wants to learn music or if I wanted a second keyboard cheap to take on holiday or weekend.
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