Yamaha PSR-E433 Portable KeyboardStock code: 95730
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- The PSRE433 has 61 touch responsive keys
- Pitch bend wheel
- 731 Voices
- Yamaha Education Suite built in
- USB to Device port so you can store and recall settings and songs
- Reverb, Chorus, Harmony and Ultra Wide Stereo
An excellent educational keyboard with some high quality learning features on-board, the Yamaha PSR E433 adds to the already well respected range of keyboard Yamaha offer. 61 touch responsive keys offer a good range of notes to play around with and you even get a pitch bend wheel, allowing you to manipulate the pitch of notes played.
The Yamaha PSR E433 comes with Yamaha Education Suite installed on to the keyboard, helping you find your way around the instrument. Included exercises help you to improve your skills at your own pace.
This keyboard also extends to be good at performance too, with control knobs letting you alter settings such as effect, filter and sound envelopes on the fly, much like more expensive synthesisers.
A total of 731 voices mean you'll always have a suitable sound that's right for what you require. Accompaniment is also available, with many styles ranging from western genres to rhythms from all over the world to help you develop versatility.
The "Pattern Function" lets you work with loops and sounds much like a DJ would. The control knobs can also be used in real time with this function to create interesting and dynamic music.
Another great feature of the Yamaha PSR E433 is the USB to Device port which lets you connect USB flash memory so you can save songs and settings for recalling easily at a later time.
|Speaker Output||2 x 2.5 Watts|
|Free Accessories||Power Supply|
|Connectivity Details||USB To Device, USB To Host|
|Manufacturers Link||Yamaha PSR-E433 Portable Keyboard|
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As there is only one headphone socket (large size) you may want to consider ordering headphone splitters: these will allow you to connect two sets of headphones to each keyboard. The use of a flexible splitter, rather than the solid type, removes some of the strain that two headphones might place upon the keyboard's headphone socket.