Reviews and Problems with Yamaha PSRE323 Portable Digital Keyboard Including Mains Adaptor
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Great for starters
22 January 2012
Summary: I didn't bought it on amazon but this works as promise, the only thing i was upset was the plug in but that didn't stop me, also batteries are worth the waste if you want to play somewhere else or take it on a go.
Summary: I've had this keyboard for a few months now. Some of the reviews I read warned about excessive battery drain and recommended getting a converter so you can plug the instrument into the wall. The converter I purchased failed after only a few uses. What's up with that!! The piano itself works fine.
Yamaha PSR-E223 61-key Portable keyboard with 375 Voices
J. Poehner, amazon.com
19 October 2011
Summary: Bought this for my 2 year old. I'm a professional musician and wanted a higher quality board for my son before I made a full piano purchase. This Yamaha is everything it says it is and is very sturdy. Many great features and the price cant be beat.
Summary: It is a simple keyboard if you are looking for something to play on. It is light and portable. What I like about it: - portable and durable - grandpiano sound just like a grand piano - demo mode can play couples piano songs, which is very handy for quiet moments - light - simple keyboard- don't...
Summary: This keyboard doesn't come with an adapter, sure. But does that mean it loses a star automatically? Not quite... There are approximately 375 sounds you can play with your keyboard (They range from "Piano" to other instruments such as "Guitar" and "Saxophone" and sound effects like "Machine Gun" and...
Do not forget, this is a toy, no matter what manual or reviews say!
Rocket Scientist, amazon.com
4 May 2011
Summary: Pros: 1. Very good sound (musical samples) quality in the current price range. Competitors in same price range can not compare in sound quality with this. In fact, this $89 keyboard has comparable (if not better) sound quality of $199 keyboards (You want names, here's one - Casio CTK-6000).
Summary: I looked all over amazon,and I only found a few other keyboards cheaper than this one, which I decided not to buy for various reasons. I decided to buy this one to use until I get better, because I am only a beginner. It doesn't come with an adapter, but Amazon sells them for $11, so I bought one.
Summary: I love this keyboard. I have played around with it for a couple of days now and it's great! I did a lot of research to find a quality keyboard for less than $100. None of the ones I looked at came with an adapter, so that was a non-issue. I knew I would just have to purchase one.
Summary: Big problem with this keyboard is that the keys are not velocity sensitive - this means everytime you even just softly touch (press) the key - it fires off the note at full volume. Very un-natural. Difficult to play anything musically expressive on this.