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Average rating: 2.2 out of 5
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Deborah a part-time user from USA writes:
I fell in love with the PSR620 as a performance synth because I can save all created sounds in organized song sets, and call them up in order for performance with easy push button choice. The disk drive has been indispensible for this kind of immediate prep, and I have noticed disk failure recantly after 15 years of use. Replacement disk drives are hard to find so I opened the back, took out the disk, and blew compressed gas in a can into the front opening of the drive. It was very dirty, I'm hoping blowing the drive out of the prs case will free all debree. The Yamaha web site says to use a dry 3.5 disk cleaner, but I have been unable to purchase such a cleaner as yet. Has anyone found a good replacment for this drive if it should fail? 3.5 technology is really old. I don't want to loose this board.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Saturday-Apr-03-2010 at 17:59
Ray MacKay a professional user from Sydney, Nova Scotia Canada writes:
When minied to another keyboard say a psr 1700 can I set up tones on the psr 1700 independent of psr 620 when psr 1700 is slave keyboard

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-08-2006 at 06:03
suhendra a hobbyist user from indonesia writes:
I have keyboard yamaha psr 620, but I have problem in the flopy drife in keyboard. if I put the disket style or song (not DD) HD on the flopy drife can't play. always ask unformat on the display. and then I have a new flopy drife (HD). how if the old flopy drife in the psr 620 I change with a new flopy drife..?? compatible or not with the inside keyboard. please advise..

thanks hendra

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Apr-13-2005 at 03:49
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The only synth that never leaves my rack, indespensible as a synth and sampler, get the SCSI out and Moss Board to flex its true muscle. Its strengths are the ambient pads, basses, ep pianos,percussion and drum kits. Weakness are the orchestral sounds (pick up a Proteus orchestra for $100 to remedy this).

And the editing capabilities are superb, crushing my Motif in comparison.

And make sure you check the expansion boards they go for relativley cheap on Ebay now, I already have three myself.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-15-2004 at 06:18
ram choudhury a hobbyist user from India writes:
PSR-620 is a great machine....i've been using it since the last 2 years or so. the sound systems are wonderful..so are the drum kits and the piano...! its easy to handle too ! great syn. ! i love it !

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-30-2002 at 11:24
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