GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING
As much an educational learning tool as it is a musical instrument, the PSR-E273 combines Yamaha quality Voices and Styles with sophisticated practical learning functions that inspire beginner players to realize their potential and develop enthusiasm for learning and playing music. The various fun and educational features of the PSR-E273 ensure speedy progress, making the whole learning experience—even practicing—so much fun your children will never tire of playing, even on their own. It just makes sense.
Select and play the various instrument Voices. If you simply play a Piano sound, press the [PORTABLE GRAND] button.
A variety of sound effects can be played on the keyboard.
The PSR-E273 lets you have fun playing, and also helps to develop your ear musical ear by playing along with the "guess the note" quiz.
Not just for your listening pleasure but also to be integrated with musical lesson functionality.
Easily record hand-played phrases on the instrument as user songs for playback.
Just play chords with the left hand and the auto-accompaniment feature will play Styles (rhythm + bass + chord) that matches.
Setting Smart Chord allows you to playing chords using simple techniques.
Built-in Voices and Styles unique to folk instruments.
The PSR-E273 features a simple operation panel.
Discreet practice is possible even at night.
The lightweight design makes storage simple.
61-key, entry-level Portable Keyboard featuring a wide variety of sounds and functions the PSR-E273 is an ideal first keyboard for aspiring musicians who are just starting out.
- Quiz Mode
- Smart Chord
- 401 high-quality Voices, 143 auto accompaniment Styles
- 112 Songs, easy Song Book (available via web download)
- Lesson function
- Recording function
- AUX IN jack for connecting an external audio source
- Master EQ / Ultra Wide Stereo
- Duo Mode
- Compact and portable design
- Battery operation (AAx6)
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