Yamaha PSR-SX700


  • 61 Keys with velocity sensitivity
  • New FSB keyboard
  • 986 Voices + 41 Drum / SFX Kits + 480 XG Voices
  • 400 Styles
  • 128-Note polyphony
  • Keyboard parts up to Right Part3
  • Assignable buttons, joystick and live controller
  • Touch screen
  • XG / GM / GM2 / GS sound compatible
  • DJ styles
  • Arpeggio function
  • DSP
  • Audio Link Multi Pads
  • Audio recorder / player in WAV and MP3 format
  • Pitch shift
  • 400 MB MB of internal expansion memory
  • Headphone jack
  • Mic / Guitar input
  • MIDI In / Out
  • USB to host / USB to device
  • AUX In
  • Line Out L / L + R, R
  • Sustain pedal connection
  • Speaker system with 2 x 15 W.
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 1017 x 431 x 139 mm
  • Weight 11.5 kg
  • Includes power supply unit (PA-300C), operating instructions, music stand
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Further Information

Keys 61
Illuminated Push-Button No
Touch-Sensitve Yes
Aftertouch No
Storage Medium USB to Device, USB to Host
Lyrics Function Yes
Score Function Yes
Vocal Harmony No
USB Audiorecorder Yes
MIDI interface 1x In, 1x Out
Microphone input Yes

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A decent option at that price point
kRYOoX, 21.05.2020
I'll preface this by saying that I'm not an expert when it comes to keyboards. My instrument of choice is the guitar, but I've always had a piano / keyboard not too far, and I've played it on and off for years.

I bought this unit with two expectations : a wide palette of sounds, and the capacity to record easily, without having to plug it into an audio interface and a DAW. Check for both.

I was pleasantly surprised with the overall controls and interface, which felt fairly intuitive. The touch screen is a nice addition vs a traditional screen and having to navigate menus using the wheel.

Given the price point, I expect some people might be disappointed that the keys aren't weighted, although I'm not sure about it being common or not with keyboards like these.
I also feel like velocity sensitivity is a bit weird. Playing quiet and gentle is easy, playing loud and intense is easy, but the middle ground feels elusive for some reason. But coming from years on a standard piano, I probably just need some time to adjust.

Overall, a very decent model, very close to what I expected. Happy with it so far.
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Terry and Mary, 12.06.2020
As complete novices to anything in the form of a keyboard, my wife and I, both pensioners, decided it's never too late to learn. This wonderful magical machine piqued our interest following research via youtube etc. by watching and listening to others who can actually play, making beautiful music with the PSR-SX700. We continue to be delighted every day as our practice and experiments with the voices and styles of this first class music machine keep us busy. We love it and are delighted with our purchase.
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Mid range workstation
SonMoroMusic, 04.07.2020
As usual, excellent facilites, build quality and a superb range of quality sounds. This is one more for my Yamaha collection.
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Un Excelent Clavier
Djeev1, 27.06.2020
Utilisation :
Je l'utilise uniquement à la maison en complément de son grand frère le Genos. Je suis très satisfait de tout ce que ce clavier est capable de faire.

Quelques détails techniques que les gens ne pensent pas forcement :
Si vous souhaitez un clavier avec des sons prêt à jouer ou comme moi vous voulez le faire évoluer, les possibilités sont nombreuses :

1- Grace à l’utilisation de Yamaha expansion packs et Yamaha Expansion Manager vous pouvez soit acheter les centaines de packs disponibles sur le site officiel ou sur les sites tiers.

2- Vous pouvez tout simplement aussi créer vos propres packs à partir de sonorités samplées.

3- Vous pouvez également (toujours à l’aide de YEM) importez même des fichiers au format REX. Pour les non connaisseurs, REX est un format de fichier qui peut par Example comporter des boucles de batterie enregistrées dans le format (.REX) et votre clavier peut le reconnaitre et ainsi les utiliser dans le « style composeur ». Ainsi quand vous variez la vitesse du style, le fichier au format REX (importé) varie aussi. Cette fonctionnalité n’existé pas avant sur les claviers arrangeurs YAMAHA. Seules les claviers KORG (serie PA) le faisaient.

4- Vous pouvez aussi importer ou créer des fichiers au format SF2 encore une possibilité d’extension.

5- D’autre possibilité à utilisé quand vous jouez en live comme « le registration sequencing » (à ne pas confondre avec le séquenceur 16 pisters) etc…

Avantages et inconvénients :
Si on compare cet instrument à son grand frère (le Genos) ou à la série PA de KORG on pourra toujours trouver un défaut. Mais je pense que si on l’achète c’est en connaissance de cause. Pour le petit prix qui est proposé vous avez un bijou de technologie avec en plus un superbe écran tactile. Yamaha commence de plus en plus à proposer du contenu gratuit aussi (un peu comme KORG). Donc j’ai du mal à trouver un inconvénient.

Quelle sont les raisons pour acheter ce clavier ou quelle sont les questions que vous devez vous poser :

- Si vous étiez toujours chez Yamaha et que vous voulez conserver tous les styles et sonorités que vous aviez créée pendant tous ces années.
- Si vous êtes chez un autre construire KORG ou autre et que vous voulez prendre un virage à 90°.
- Si vous voulez un clavier plug and Play.
- Si vous voulez avoir un deuxième clavier arrangeur en complément.

Voilà plein de bonnes raisons de l’acheter. Merci Thomann au passage pour votre sérieux et la rapidité d’expédition de vos commandes.
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