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Yamaha YPT-310


$200.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Excellent sound quality for an electronic keyboard - "Portable Grand" mode is especially realistic. Very well-priced for the feature set - variety of sound patches and connectivity options are unparalleled at this level. Great choice for kids and beginners - Yamaha Education Suite function is easy to follow and covers a wide variety of foundational techniques.

The Cons:Consumes disposable batteries very quickly - most users will need to purchase a separate AC wall adapter.

The Yamaha YPT310 is an entry level portable keyboard that has 61 full size, touch sensitive keys and 482 voices. This model comes with the Yamaha Education Suite with a 9 step Piano Lesson Suite.

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It features Real Stereo sound quality with Bass Ports and it also comes with 106 accompaniment styles and a one-touch setting.

The YPT310 features touch-sensitive keys that allow the keyboard to respond like an acoustic piano, where if you touch harder, you will get a louder sound, and if you press softer you will get a softer sound. This model comes with 482 XGlite and general MIDI voices. The Yamaha Education Suite has 102 built-in songs for users to learn how to play with one or both hands, and teaches timing, waiting, grading and a chord dictionary. The YPT310 comes with Real Stereo sound with sound-sampling technology, and has Bass Ports on each speaker which effects bass sound reproduction. The YPT310 comes with 106 built-in styles for users to play along with, and they can all be brought up with the touch of a button.
Feature upgrades from the YPT210 and 220 models include 482 instrument voices (instead of 375), a 2-track sequencer, and Flash ROM for storage.

Features

  • entry level portable keyboard
  • 61 full sized, touch sensitive keys
  • backlit LCD screen
  • 482 XGlite and MIDI voices
  • Real Stereo sound quality with Bass ports
  • Portable Grand button
  • 106 accompaniment styles
  • 2-track sequencer
  • one-touch setting
  • Yamaha Education Suite
  • 32 note polyphony and 16 part multi-timbrel
  • Flash ROM
  • headphone jack
  • music database

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    Excellent sound quality for an electronic keyboard - "Portable Grand" mode is especially realistic

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    Very well-priced for the feature set - variety of sound patches and connectivity options are unparalleled at this level

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    Great choice for kids and beginners - Yamaha Education Suite function is easy to follow and covers a wide variety of foundational techniques

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    Built-in recorder is easy to configure - excellent introduction to multi-track recording for inexperienced users

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    Touch-sensitive keys are highly responsive - significantly increases realism, puts unit at an advantage compared to similar units from Casio and Kawasaki

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    USB Midi connectivity offers full control of software/DAW interfaces - single cable design is much better than older "IN - OUT - THRU" requirements

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    Consumes disposable batteries very quickly - most users will need to purchase a separate AC wall adapter

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