Yamaha would do well to take as an example the Korg user guide that is perfectly clear and simple but especially trsdtaille approach.
Gnrale configuration and handling of extremely complex sounds and totally unusable without programming any prior notice for hours.
Using recent weeks.
I have also been a few months Korg PA500. Much simpler and intuitive especially with use in very quick evening.
I recommend especially not the PSR S900. A gale value, the Korg Pa588 is without doubt Superior.
The manual may be a little lightweight, but at the same time, the LCD screen is so explicit that it does not impede.
It's been a few months I use it. That happiness. O When I bought it I was able to compare a Motif ES7. Well, ok the keyboard of the PSR is a bit soft, and it has no sampler Intgr but his ct, we find the same thing for 2 cts. And so, guess who stayed home? Whoever has more amplification and incorporates a harmonizer ... But that's not all: ct of the arranger, it also offers 4-part multitimbral. Hear sounds by 4 DIFFERENT on 4 MIDI channels, with their rglages effect (indpendants those of the arranger!), Volume, and the whole shebang. With a keyboard 88 notes matre agile connect the MIDI input of bte, then you get the best piano sounds available on a synth and you no longer need to input 2 Are your favorite mixer for apprcier the expertise of Yamaha made available. Thank you that?