Synth Site: Yamaha: PSR-2700: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.7 out of 5
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Neil Millican a hobbyist user from United Kingdom writes:
I bought mine, brand new, back in 1994 for about £1000. It was great at the time, as all I had was an old PSR 36 and a Roland MT-32. I'd had never been able to sample sounds before and thought the drumkits were excellent. It has been well used and the LCD screen has now faded, leaving me guessing what buttons I'm pressing. The sounds were okay at first, but there is no editing options for the presets or samples. Would anyone like to swap samples?

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-21-2002 at 12:05
nurindra a hobbyist user from Singapore writes:
Good stuff. I paid almost 3k Singapore Dollar for this piece. Bought it in 1995 and RIP in October 2001. 6 good years! I'd say, Yamaha has good basic voices and sounds. I'm not a pro., so, I hope to comment based on my level. I love the sound; from the piano to strings to winds to [insert]. It has 8 drumkit sets, sounds real. 8 track sequencing, 8 track recorder, sampler, echo and delay effects, pretty good. Unfortunately, the distortion guitar needs to improve a lot, yes, has to be improved. My friends call the PSR2700, an expensive toy rather than a musician's gear. I have to agree, coz, this toy is good for real beginners, almost everything is preset. But, I've never regretted paying that $3K in 1995, had never given me any problem, aside from the sounds getting chopped off in the middle of your recording (it probably needs more memory!!!) It died a slow death, I have left some batteries in the battery compartment and the motherboard got corroded. Anyways, if I had another $3K (Singapore Dollar), I'd invest in a low end Roland or a good Korg or Yamaha machine.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Dec-28-2001 at 03:48
Gideon Otieno a hobbyist user from kenya writes:
I simply need the user manual because i lost mine.Is there a way that i can down load the manual

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Aug-13-2001 at 04:26
BaseBumper2000 a professional user from Germany writes:
Hallo an alle Musiker, Ich bezitze auch einen Yamaha PSR-2700 und hab eine menge Sounds, die ich natürlich nicht für mich allein behalten möchte. Habt ihr interesse, dann schickt mir eine mail an BaseBumper2000@aol.com

Ich suche noch ein Programm für mein PC der VCE Dateien in wave oder andersrum bearbeitet und konvertiert.

Ciao bis irgendwann mal euer

BaseBumper2000

posted Friday-Mar-23-2001 at 05:07
Jean Marie Portail a part time user from france writes:
made thousands of 8 tracks midi linked with a mac realise Quick Play music on diskets! and really like to work with it. a good sound on Hi Fi a nice and clever keyboards It will be easier if there was format exchange between mac and yamaha ,VCE is not understood by mac,and I must translate first in PC, but I really enjoy I have a small site you can visit PHOKAIA where you can download some far experimental midi loops -to listen with a fine stereo system for pano it could be great to meet others users on the net why not direct midi playing? thanks

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:20
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