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Yamaha PSR-E443 Portable Keyboard
The Yamaha PSR-E443 is a 61 note velocity sensitive keyboard and an ideal starter/ intermediate level instrument. It meets minimum specification for people looking to do grades for music exams and comes ready to play with an included power supply.
There is a large selection of sounds and styles to choose from to cover practically any genre of music from modern chart hits through to old classics. the backlit LCD display makes it easy to see what is going on so you can concentrate on your playing!
Starters can make use of the in-built Yamaha Education System (Y.E.S) which will help you learn about pitch, notes and timing whilst making it fun to learn. You can play along with the in-built songs and learn with professional made backing songs.
For those who like modern day dance and chart hits then the PATTERN function puts a wealth of powerful loops and beats at your fingertips to instantly create dynamically varied music on the fly like a DJ. And, for even more authentic preformance, try the new crossfade and retrigger functions.
With new updates to this latest model the E443 comes quipped with an Aux input so you can connect an external device such as a i-pod, phone, Mp3 player etc so you can play along with your favourite songs. The USB to Device port on the instrument lets you load and save your settings and songs, as well as transfer data from connected devices such as a USB flash memory.
- 61 Touch Sensitive keys
- 200 Styles and 755 High Quality Voices
- Yamaha Education System built-in
- USB to device connector for storing and saving user songs and settings
- Hand on realtime controllers
- Arpeggio function
- Width: 946mm (37-1/4\") x Height 140mm(5-1/2\") x Depth 405mm (15-15/16\")
- Weight: 6.8Kg
If you're looking for a keyboard to compliment lessons / exams , the E443 is the first one in the Yamaha range I would personally recommend , although it is possible to achieve this on the lower model ( the E343 ) , it really only becomes properly viable for exams on the E443 largely due to the registration memories that are available , lets say you're having an exam and part way through the song the exam piece is asking you to change voice from Piano to Flute and then later back to Piano , because you are so concentrating on what you are doing like keeping you're place in the music book you need a very simple button with a single press to change to Flute and then back to Piano again , this is exactly what the E443 provides. In addition the other benefits are : it has a better quality of sound , much better recording facilities , a very handy USB to device slot for transferring to and from the computer and a cool synthesiser feature which is great fun.