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Yamaha

PSR-EW410 Keyboard & Ritter Keyboard Bag

R9,299

Retail: R14,500

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PSR-EW410 is the best 76-note keyboard for performing various styles of music, from the latest to vinyl favorites, featuring a high-res piano sample, powerful on-board speakers and easy-to-use professional features like assignable Live Control knobs, Quick Sampling, Groove Creator, USB Audio Recorder and optional subwoofer.

The PSR-EW410 is the new flagship of the Yamaha's popular PSR-E series and offers the most advanced feature set. The PSR-EW410 makes a perfect first keyboard for students, a solid educational tool for classrooms, and a fun, lightweight travel instrument and compositional tool for professionals. Each of the EW410's 76 full-sized, organ-style keys provides good resistance with a quick response that's suited for playing dynamic string pads to quick brass lines and synth leads. And speaking of instruments: the EW410 comes loaded with 758 rich stereo voices, which means students and recording artists will never be short on inspiration. And for purists, a one-touch Portable Grand function bypasses all advanced features to provide a lush, distraction-free grand piano sound with 48-note polyphony. Its intelligent backing tracks, a USB port for thumb drives and MIDI connectivity, and the included 9-lesson Yamaha Education Suite round out the PSR-EW410's value-packed features.

This set includes a Ritter keyboard bag to make transporting the keyboard easy and safe.

Product Features
  • Groove Creator with Intro, Section change, and Musical Climax for real-time DJ-like control of your EDM tracks
  • Quick Sampling to USB or internal memory for instant recall
  • Assignable knobs allow real-time manipulation of effects and parameters on Voices, Styles, and more
  • USB-to-host connectivity with MIDI and audio transfer for easy, 1-cable connection to your music-making software
  • 1/4" Aux Line output jacks for connecting to an external amplifier/PA system without disabling built-in speakers
  • 1/8" Aux input takes output from a portable music player, iOS device, or computer and plays back audio through the instrument's speakers
  • Style Expansion Memory onboard storage lets you expand your Style library with custom content
  • USB-to-device port allows connection of USB flash drives for loading and storing data
  • XG Lite Voice library gives you a collection of Voices over General MIDI (GM) for playing back songs from Yamaha's extensive online XG song library
  • 48-note polyphony allows more notes to be played without drop-outs, making more complex musical passages possible
  • Weighs only 18.52 pounds — perfect for music making on-the-go
  • Includes Music Rest, and PA300C power supply
  • Compatible with optional Yamaha KS-SW100 subwoofer
Product Specifications
  • Number of Keys: 76
  • Type of Keys: Touch Response
  • Other Controllers: Pitchbend
  • Polyphony: 48 Notes
  • Presets: 237 Panel Voices, 24 Drum/SFX kits, 40 Arpeggio, 35 grooves, 457 XGlite voices
  • Memory: 1.73 MB
  • Storage: USB flash drive
  • Formats: WAV, SMF
  • Number of Effects: 59
  • Effects Types: DSP, Reverb, Chorus, Master EQ, Harmony
  • Audio Recording: WAV (44.1kHz, 16 bit, stereo)
  • Audio Playback: WAV (44.1kHz, 16 bit, stereo)
  • Audio Inputs: 1 x 1/8" (aux)
  • Audio Outputs: 2 x 1/4" (R, L/L+R)
  • USB: 1 x Type A, 1 x Type B
  • MIDI I/O: USB
  • Headphones: 1 x 1/4"
  • Pedal Inputs: 1 x 1/4" (sustain)
  • Built-in Speakers: 2 x 4.7", 12W per side
  • Power Supply: 16V DC power supply (included) / 6 x D batteries
  • Height: 5.43"
  • Width: 46.42"
  • Depth: 16.26"
  • Weight: 18.52 lbs.
  • Manufacturer Part Number: PSR-EW410
  • Warranty: 1 year limited warranty
What's in the Box
  • 1x keyboard
  • 1x keyboard bag
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