Yamaha PSR e333 Review
The Yamaha PSR E333 keyboard is a good 61-key beginner keyboard that is also rightly-priced for beginner students who want to learn and practice. Pros
Affordable, Touch Sensitive KeysCons
AC adapter isn't included
Best Place to Buy
On Amazon, Yamaha psr-333 for $150-$180
Who Is It For?
If you are serious about learning, touch sensitive keys are recommended. The PSR E233, which is one level below this product doesn't have touch response keys.
This is where you will find the PSR-e333 a good buy, considering the price, the several features, and the overall sound quality.
For around 150 dollars, this is a nice keyboard with lots of features and a good sound.
For best experience, you may want to check out the survival kit
, which ships for another $30 or so. This kit includes a power adapter, foot switch, stereo headphones, DVD, stock styles DVD, rebate coupons and 2-year extended warranty.
SpecsUltra Wide Stereo More Advanced Y.E.S (Lesson) High Quality Voices and Styles and Digital Effects Music Database Easy Recording 497 voices (including 5 Chinese voices), 106 styles, 102 built-in songs Several digital effects and preset dual voices Connect to computer via USB terminal (to host)
With one touch of the Portable Grand Button, the entire keyboard plays as a piano. For such a low-priced keyboard, it's a pretty good piano sound.
The recording feature is great for practice as well as composing. With the Easy Recording feature you can record up to five original songs and save them to the onboard memory.
With the Y.E.S., you can practice preset songs using more advanced lesson functions.
The Auto Power-Off Mode feature conserves power when operating using batteries. The keyboard automatically turns off if it hasn't been played for a set amount of time.
If you're thinking of buying a good entry level keyboard, then this is worth checking out. It has all the features for learning as well as practicing.Overall
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