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Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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Bas van de Klashorst a hobbyist user from Belgium writes:
Hi, i seem to have the weirdest thing with my psr-510: whenever i connect it to my laptop trough a "creative extigy" soundcard the keyboard enters low Cs and high Es, apart from the notes that i play. Has anyone else every had something like this? Any solutions? Ideas? It's really annoying!

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-18-2004 at 11:00
Chris from USA writes:
Hi,

Have any of the psr 510 users her had any trouble with strange, unexpected sounds coming from the keyboard? Sounds like the old spring reverb that you would find in old amps, or a staticy "swooshing" sound? My own psr 510 does this now, and I was figuring that someone else had the same problem.

Thank you - bennardo@earthlink.net

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-31-2004 at 18:38
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Hello, I'm Eddie from New Orleans, La. If it weren't for the PSR510 keyboard my life in music would be dull. I fell in love with that keyboard the first day I saw it which was back in 93. My cousin and I took it over and just randomly unleashed all my inspirations and favorite songs in its memory. The only thing I dreaded about it was that if there were no batteries in it would loose song momeory. The PSR 510 changed the way I played keyboards in ways I still in awwweee by.Bottom line its a "Bomb!!!!!!" board. If anyone dosen't want theirs send to Gretna, La. Contact me @504-439-0723

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Feb-10-2004 at 15:02
Rick Williams a hobbyist user from Kailua, HI writes:
I do love this instrument for jamming. I bought a PSR2000 which I like too, but it is too complicated for thinking on your feet, especially after a few beers. The PSR 510 is a see what you get/get what you see arrangement. I have often wondered if the "sounds" would be better in the speakers were upgraded. I really like it when I play through the my KA20 powered speakers, but there goes the portability factor. Has anyone ever had great sucess switching out those whimpy little four inch cardboard speakers? If so, what did you use. Mahalo, RW

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jul-08-2003 at 16:54
Carter Reed a hobbyist user from Australia writes:
I have has the PSR-510 since it was released in 1995. It was out of my price range but I bit the bullet and bought one.

They are a fantastic keyboard with great sounds and a very easy to use interface.

The recording features are second to none in this price range. Even to this day with all the new models, I still find this one of the easiest to work with. If anyone has any Q 's for me please email me

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-28-2003 at 21:00
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