By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | September 20, 2017
If you’re looking for a portable powerhouse of a keyboard, then look no further than the Yamaha PSR-EW400!
The Yamaha PSR-EW400 is the flagship model for the PSR range of keyboards. With 76 touch-sensitive keys and new easy to use professional features, this is a great instrument for both practice and live performance.
758 High-Quality Voices
The Yamaha PSR-EW400 has 758 great sounds that can fill any tonal niche you need it to fill. And the Live! Grand Piano voice makes your playing sound inspired and expressive.
With tones ranging from acoustic to electric instruments, you could basically be a one-man(or woman) band! With guitars, drums, orchestral and brass tone, in addition to the normal range of key tones, you won’t be left searching for a sound on your board. Furthermore, Yamaha’s advanced sampling technologies to capture the realism and specific characteristics of each sound.
Of course, the sounds are only as good as the speakers they are being played through. It’s no good having some epic quality sounds if they’re being played through sub-par speakers.
To that end, Yamaha has added high-definition 12 cm Bass Reflexed speakers. These deliver powerful, crystal clear sound, and offering solid support in standalone performance situations
Polyphony is the term we use to describe how many notes are being played simultaneously.
With 48-note polyphony, the Yamaha PSR-EW400 will allow you to perform with greater expression and flexibility. You can play complex musical passages without dropping a note!
We live in a digital age where connectivity is more and more important. On this front, the Yamaha PSR-EW400 does not disappoint.
With options to connect to your mac or pc via USB, as well as the option to plug in your phone via the AUX input, you will be able to play anywhere.
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