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A great beginner's 'board with lots of value.
The Yamaha PSR-E213 Portable Keyboard has 61 full-sized keys and 375 instrument voices plus the interactive Yamaha Education Suite (Y.E.S.) with innovative Listen and Learn capability to help you learn to play. The LCD display makes it easy to select voices and styles, and displays the music as well as which notes to play on the electronic keyboard. The chord dictionary and built-in metronome will also help you as you learn chords and rhythm, and the headphone jack makes it easy to practice silently.
This successor to the popular E203 also has a redesigned cabinet and Yamaha's Portable Grand voice, regarded as one of the best acoustic grand piano voices available in a portable keyboard, especially at this low price. You get 102 songs and 100 music styles to play along with as well as the Sound Effect Kit with cool sounds and grooves for inspiration and fun. Plus, it will all sound great through the true stereo speaker system.
The E213 is GM and Yamaha XGlite compatible and has MIDI connections, a music rest, one-touch genre-based setups, nine digital reverb effects, 32-note polyphony, sustain input, and two 12cm speakers with 5W power. The PRS-E213 piano keyboard can be powered by the optional Yamaha PA-130 AC adapter power supply or six AA batteries (not included).
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I purchased this keyboard two weeks ago to fill space with my recordings. I will say this keyboard is indeed more than a toy. I am not a Pianist nor do I have vast knowledge in the keyboard world. But after testing many models that were in the thousands I am not embarrassed to boast of this handy keyboards uses. It has a trainer that will show you the notes and music scale. The pre programmed songs are also a good training aid and give me plenty of insight on what I will be using with my own recordings. I ran the unit through my Fender frontman and the grand piano program came through like a champ. If you are into music regardless of the instrument you play or skill level I would highly recommend this keyboard. Just look at the earlier reviews and you will see very experienced pianist rave about it. With good reason. Now go get one.
Bought one of these for my Grand daughter afew weeks back thinking 'hey,if she doesn't use it, you're not out much". BOY, was I suprised. ths sound is amazing, and the features are about endless. I never expected so much for so little money. I plan to use it also with some of my home recordings to add alittle flavor. when you consider the price, features, ease of use, and fantastic sound, its a no brainer.
I've had one of these for about a month and a half now. I'd wanted one for a long time, but always went for slightly higher models. I'm sure pro's will turn up their noses at this base model, but there's a lot of sensible engineering and practicality here. Six cheap AA batteries will power the thing for daily practice for almost a month. I usually use the adapter, but on-board battery power is very handy when I want to move the 'board around, say, during a lesson with a friend, so that it's placed right beside my piano (Roland HP-101), or in front of the TV for a video lesson, whatever. Lack of touch sensitivity is noticeable - especially with a heavy left chord hand, ala Scott Huston - but it's easy to find patches that have a good balance between treble and base. And there seems to be a lot less lateral key movement (and wear)on this board, and, overall, a lot less to go wrong. I miss the split (that's why I gave it a 4 for features), but, again, finding a patch that gives what I'm looking for on both sides is easy. Love the black, rugged finish, as opposed to the phoney-baloney, fragile silvery-gold on most low-end 'boards. This little baby looks like a beautiful $2,000 state piano! Travels and sets up with a minimum of hassle. And even though "pro's" will probably turn up their noses at the non-weighted keys (the same as on a $1,500+ organ, except then they're called "waterfall keys"), I think there's a huge benefit in alternating sessions between a non-weighted and a traditional piano touch: really gives a fresh sense of "sensitivity" to your fingers; it's helped my ability to sit down and play a keyboard of any type in just about any situation.
I'm a guitarist and was looking to purchase a cheap keyboard to just play around on so I bought this one because of the price. I did'nt expect to get that much, but wow! It amazed me at the endless posibilities. There are so many features on it I've had it for about 6 months and it still blows my mind. Very helpful in the process of learning how to play. It has so many features it's like having an entire band right there in front of you. I would highly recomend this keyboard to anyone. It gets an A+ in my book.
I'm real happy with the PSR-E213. Have not done a gig in almost 30 years, but I'm back to entertaining the residents of our retirement community. This is by far alot of bang for the buck. Highly recommended.
I was very please with my new Yamaha PSR-E210 Keyboard. The sound is great. The only problem I find is that it does not come with a Power Adaptor and I have had a hard time getting the one that works with it.
This keyboard is great for starting musicians like myself. It provides a lot of options for voices, different songs, and styles. It also has a learning suite for the player to try out and gain some new knowledge of songs to play. It also has a chord dictionary for beginners. This is a great gift for anyone wanting a cheap but really good 61 key paino.
I really like this Keyboard, it'd cheap, it's good quality, it's got great settings. The only thing is you have to experiment on witch number = witch sound.