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Yamaha PSR e433 Keyboard Review

The Yamaha psr-e433 is a synth focus portable keyboard that comes with a massive selection of around 700 sounds including orchestral, percussion and synthesizer sounds. It also comes with around 180 styles and comes with real time control knobs.

yamaha psr-e433 jacks, inputs, outputs

A new DJ pattern mode which lets you kind of remix music, you anyways get some cutting edge sounds from the dance floor. Two assignable controls, to which you can assign various functions, brings your music to life.

You can call up different patterns, change sections, can mute tracks, break it down. With the control knobs you can control many more parameters.

The portable grand feature that sets the voice to the ultra-realistic grand piano sample (this has existed for many years now). You can also play other really cool voices.

The ultra-wide stereo system makes this psr E433 keyboard sound huge. However, you can choose to listen to it through the optional speakers or the headphones, and it sounds equally impressive.

You also have a suite of lessons that teach you how to learn to play.


yamaha psr-e433 jacks, inputs, outputs

Features:

  • 731 high quality voices including Super-realistic Sweet! and Cool! Voices
  • 186 Styles across a wide range of styles
  • 6-track sequencer to record your own songs
  • PATTERN function to create your own grooves
  • Control knobs for instant effects
  • Pitch bend wheel
  • Music Database for quick keyboard setups
  • 4 Pads x 8 Banks Registration Memory for easy recall of your settings

Overall, the Yamaha PSR-e433 keyboard is a great portable keyboard that gives you professional features at an affordable price.

It not only serves as a creative tool with the palette of voices and styles, it also inspires you to greater performance heights!



Buying Options

1. $250-$300 on Amazon


User Comments…

Not outstanding sounds
by: Mel

I like the keyboard but then the sounds are not outstanding. Some of them are good but sounds of guitar, electric guitar, etc don’t sound very real.

The Piano sounds are comparatively better, but again not amazing. The adapter also has to be purchased separately.

Maybe was expecting a lot at this price.
You get too much by paying a bit more
by: George

I am a teacher and i feel the Yamaha PSR e433 is a perfect keyboard for someone who’s really serious about playing the keyboard, and is willing to spend a bit more to get a better quality sound, and for the Yamaha brand.

You can definitely find a cheaper keyboard to lean to play, but this one gives you lots of features plus it has a better built-in speakers. Actually, it has got some pro features and comes with several realistic sweet and cool voices, which alone actually is worth the price for me.

The accompaniments cover almost all styles of music and now also include Mexican, Arabic, Indian, Brazilian and Chinese content.

If you’re an adult (and can spend a bit more), go ahead and buy this one!
Buy the Yamaha PSR e433
by: KP

If you have always used a beginner keyboard then you’ll really find the psr-433 to be an advanced keyboard, because of the several features on offer.

Overall, a great product and good sounds, the grand piano sound could have been better but then it is a sub 300 dollar product so no complains about that one.
Yamaha PSR e433 Keyboard
by: Alfred

You can take it to shop and even ask if they could upgrade to the PSR e433 for a hundred dollars or so. That would be a nice bargain instead of getting it repaired for 75 bucks.
PSR E403 – Power is not turning ON
by: srilaya (atlanta,Georgia,US)

Hi,
I own a Yamaha E403 model . Yesterday night by accident i hit the power cord between my KB and adapter. In the impact the cord got disconnected from my KB. After that when i click the power ON button, its not getting turned ON :(.

I tested the adapter in a music shop and its working fine. So looks like some issues with my power socket on KB. I also opened the KB but could not visually spot any damage on the socket.

I’m new to US. Somebody told me that repair cost will be a minimum of 75 dollars.
Can u suggest me what is the best I can do here?

Is there any exchange policy of used KB’s and buy a new one?

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