Excerpt: If you are looking for a low priced keyboard that will take time to outgrow the features it offers, this may be a great choice for you. It's not a toy, but not exactly something you want to use on stage. Perfect to learn on and get a feel if keyboards are what you want to play without spending a bundle.
Excerpt: . If you're a beginner looking for a keyboard that sells for under $250, one that is loaded with new features, read on. The Yamaha PSRE403 comes with as many as 155 styles, 32-note polyphony and 504 voices. . I believe it is a good way to be introduced to various genres of music. You simply change the chords with your left hand and play with the right.
Excerpt: "For all the new features added to the Yamaha PSR-E403, it's an excellent value!" The views and opinions expressed on this website are our own and do not represent that of The Yamaha Corporation. We are not affiliated with nor do we represent the Yamaha Corporation in any way.
Pros: New redesigned look, Six-track sequencer, Two assignable knobs and pitchwheel, USB connection, Over 500 total voices, 15 new arpeggio voices, 32 notes of polyphony, Dual and split voice modes, Great bang for the buck
Cons: Small on board speakers, AC adapter not included