Synth Site: Yamaha: PSR-510: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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stan simpson a part-time user from canada writes:
I have a psr510 my son bought it in around 1996 We can't remember what the price was new. Does anyone remember what they went for back then. Also the digital screen staerted acting up a while ago then all of a sudden it shut off ,won't play but you can hear a tiny noise in the speakers. No one seems to know why or what or???? But I will say ,for years it has been great

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jun-16-2007 at 08:29
Jake a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I was just wondering if anyone knows what the "er1" message I recieve at start up means and if it can be fixed. I am assuming that it means the keys don't work because as soon as I started seeing that message, they haven't. Anything would be helpful.

Thanks

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-23-2006 at 19:30
napoleon anillo a part-time user from Philippines writes:
I've been using my PSR 510 for almost 10 years. Like mentioned above its versatility really make sense. All the features you need in a keyboard has it - perpect to be a one man band ie auto companiment sequencer, combination of sounds touch respond, 16 channel midi respond etc. Though of course, there are still some features that this unit lack compare to professional keyboards.

Presently, I am also using it as controller for my KORG 05W/R and KORG Wavestation SR. In terms of sequencing, it is aided by Roland MC 50 MK II With this set-up, I was able to produce different new sounds by combining Yamaha Sounds and Korg Sounds.

I will also experiment on adding Roland sounds too. I'm searching what particular module/sound of Roland is compatible with my existing set up. Hope there is a way to upgrade it in terms of sound controller

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-04-2006 at 20:37
joss from india writes:
hi! just wanted to know n say that psr510 is a good model...but the only thing that i'm looking out for is that psr510 should have a screen display as well as a floppy drive. i don't know if there's already a keyboard that out which is an upgraded form of psr510. if so please let me know thanks joss

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-04-2005 at 16:31
gemgirl a hobbyist user from philippines writes:
i always have a touch of the psr510 during our saturday practices.It's good, though, and very user-friendly.However, one problem i find so hard with it is that some keys give off very loud (or shall i say - noisy) notes when tapped, especially when in touch response mode.it just irritates me - and the listeners - when it does its 'bad, shouty habit'.Also, i have a hard time trying to do any recording with this.The manual is lost many years ago already.Can anybody please help me on how to record my pieces?Please?Or if possible, may i have a copy of the manual?I'd be happy even if it's a pdf file.My email add is piano_gem@yahoo.com. Thanks again!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Nov-23-2004 at 00:45
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