What Makes This Piano Different?
When Yamaha designed the PSR E343, it had new musicians in mind. The company designed the keyboard to help people of all ages learn how to play music. This is a step up from the PSR E243, which is another model for beginners. Because of that, it has some additional features that make it even more attractive to aspiring musicians.
How Do The Keys Feel?
The PSR E343 has velocity sensitive keys. That means you can change the volume and tone by changing the way you press the keys. Acoustic piano keys act the same way and if you ever plan to switch over to the acoustic piano, this keyboard is a great starting point and will prepare your fingers for that.
What Type Of Speakers Does It Have?
The keyboard has a built in amplifier and speaker that delivers a clear quality sound and enough power to fill a room. In addition, the keyboard uses Ultra-Wide Stereo Technology to add an extra boost overall. Equalizer settings can also be used to adjust sound to be brighter or softer. Users can also plug in headphones if they want to practice quietly whenever they like and not disturb others – a feature found on most other models, including Casio’s PX750.
Does It Have An LCD Screen?
An LCD display is built into this keyboard and displays all sorts of useful information. Notations, the keyboard’s current setup, the voice being used, and the keys being played all show up here, among other things.
Can The Yamaha E343 Teach You To Play?
Students can use the Yamaha Education Suite (also available on the YPG-535). This is built into the keyboard and teaches people how to play the piano.
Users can practice single parts of songs, or single notes. They can also work on timing and other types of training until they get to the level they want. The metronome feature of this keyboard is great in this respect. If you’re having trouble playing a certain chord, look it up using the Dictionary function and you’ll quickly be able to bring it up and learn it.
A huge collection of 102 preset songs come standard with the PSRE343 and you can learn how to play them all by engaging different lesson modes. Keys To Success mode helps you to perfect a song, while Listening, Timing, and Waiting allow you to first learn the correct timing and assist in getting the correct notes down. A passing status score is shown after certain parts of each song so you can evaluate how you’re doing and whether or not you should move on or keep practicing.
How Does The Melody Suppressor Work?
It can be difficult to tell if you’re hitting your notes when playing along with your favorite songs. The Yamaha PSR E343 has a Melody Suppressor that allows you to cancel or suppress the center channel audio (mainly the lyrics) of a song when played through the E343 from an external audio device. That way, you can take the lead and listen to your notes as you move through the song.
What Sound Features Come With The E343?
There are 550 different panel voices, drum kits, and sound effects that come with the E343. In addition to grand piano, you can choose to play other instruments such as Bright Organ, Tenor Sax, or 60s Clean Guitar among many others. These can be played either solo or you can layer them as backgrounds as you play piano. Additionally, harmonies such as Duet, Country, Octave, and Echo can be played in conjunction with the main voice by splitting the keyboard into left and right sections.
To further enhance the way the keyboard sounds, add reverb effects to make it seem as if you’re playing in a concert hall, or add chorus for a warmer and rich sound.
Finally, a huge variety (136 total) of rhythm, bass, and chord styles from many music genres can be used to accompany your play.
Can You Record Music With This Keyboard?
A two-track recorder allows you to save your performances (the Yamaha P255 also has recording capability). Roughly 10,000 notes or 5000 chords can be saved as five user songs. The keyboard also can send or receive MIDI information to and from a computer by using a USB cable. An iPad or iPhone can also be connected through this port which allows you to control specific functions of the keyboard.
What Are The Downsides Of This Piano?
Users are hard pressed to find much wrong with the Yamaha PSR E343. Surprisingly, it has the same drawback that the PSR E243 has. It does not come with a power adapter to plug into an outlet. It still runs on batteries, so this should not be a deal breaker for consumers. There is a built in auto power-off function when idle after a customized period of time to help save on batteries.
What Makes This Piano Different?
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