Yamaha PSR-I425 Portable Keyboard - Discontinued
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Awesome sound quality and features make this keyboard a worthy one to buy
Which sound no. Is for whistling.? Please don't say that go through manual book.
Awesome sound quality and features make this keyboard a worthy one to buy.
Very nice keyboard for beginners
Hi Musicheads,I have been using Yamaha PSR - i425 for over 6 months, and i must say its an awesome product for the price i paid (however, its cheaper on bajaao.com). The keyboards has 61 keys with over 500 tones, including a number of Indian tones. The tones are signature yamaha tones which you might find in other yamaha keyboards, but the indian tones are a cherry on the top. I am learning classical vocals, and i needed a harmonium or tanpura for practice. After reviewing a lot of products, I zeroed down to this, as it has perfect tones for both harmonium (three different tones) and tanpura, along with the added benefit of an awesome bright piano and synth tone. So, it saved me bucks for buying 2 separate instruments. Here it goes, a snapshot of things you must know before buying the product:Pros:1. Amazing indian instrument tones (especially harmonium)2. A bright piano tone thats as good as any high range instrument3. Awesome touch response4. Arpeggio feature is amazing for beginners5. Can be used as MIDI keyboard for recording purposes (however, installing the driver is a pain in the arse)6. Drum kit patch is amazing (I have actually played drums at a performance using this keyboard)7. Recording is available, which enables one to layer a music piece over the recorded one to combine the effects of a synth and a piano played together. Cons:1. Piano tone could have been much better (Another reason why i prefer the bright piano tone).2. Pitch bend is not accurately calibrated (might be a one-off case). When u turn one-fourth of rotation the pitch goes up by half note, while the other three-fourths of rotation ups the pitch by another half note3. Offers only 32 note polyphony, as compared to 48 note by Casio in the same price range Having said all this, please buy this awesome product if you are a beginner. This has everything u need as a learner. However, for advanced level players, this product might not deliver up to the expectation. I hope t...
First of all, i would like to thanks Bajaao.com for providing the excellent service. Well Packed and delivered on time. Yamaha PSR I425 is a best in range keyboard with excellent sound quality and features. Though it has many features, the best i like is that it comes with Indian - Bollywood and POP style sounds. Great product and i would definitely like to recommend this product.
i bought this keyboard few months ago! It has got good sound quality and decent Indian tones! Nice product!
Well I am using this keyboard since at least last 6 years...its a nice keyboard with synth action 61 keys.... functions are easy to understand. It has set of typical Yamaha XG and Midi sounds which are good... also additional tones are decent... one who is beginning programming or playing keyboard will defiantly enjoy it. this keyboard is equipped with Yamaha's popular arranger functions which are really easy to understand. for beginners there are learning tools too... Touch sens is good though not editable... pitch bend modulation functions are decent. There is only pitch bend wheel in this keyboard and that too vertically placed so pitch bending requires a special attention. dedicated assignable knobs functions good. Over all build quality is average though it cant get compared with Roland and Korg but far better than Casio. Its light weighted so one can easily move it from one place to another. USB port functions good though you have to install Yamaha USB drivers first but that's ok. COns :- 1. it has only a emulated headphone out which is placed at back so recording keyboard to your computer via Line outs is a task as you need to get a good split cable. 2.Same YAMAHA family tones so actually you will feel no major difference compared to PSR e-343. 3. Pitch bend wheel is vertically placed. 4. only 32voice polyphony so you will feel tired when you want to play string runs, mandolin strokes etc. 5. Boosted speakers so you will hear good sound on your keyboard speakers but when you connect it to sound card and hear on moniters the tones and speacially Rhythm instruments lag in feel and punch. overall a really good keyboard for beginner musicians and programmers... there is no better keyboard in this price range(below 15 k) so highly recommended.