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101. YAMAHA Natural Sound In Wall Speaker
$399.99 $359.10 list($449.99)
102. Yamaha 6.1-Channel 630W A/V Receiver,
$299.99 list($329.99)
103. Yamaha DV-C6770SL 5-Disc Progressive-Scan
list($199.00)
104. Yamaha NS-A200XT 3-Way Hi-Performance
list($189.99)
105. Yamaha PSR260AD 61-Note Touch-Sensitive
list($299.99)
106. Yamaha EZ20AD 61-Note Portable
list($249.99)
107. Yamaha PSR280AD 61-Note Touch-Sensitive
Too low to display $449.10 list($549.99)
108. Yamaha DVX-C700 5-1 Channel Cinema
$249.99
109. Yamaha ERB070 Bass Guitar Package
$19.99 $16.27 list($29.99)
110. Yamaha PKBB1 Portable Keyboard
$14.99 list($19.99)
111. Yamaha FC-5 Sustain Pedal for
list($25.99)
112. Yamaha PA6 Power Adapter for Portable
$14.95 list($34.99)
113. Yamaha CMH200 Computer Stereo
list($59.99)
114. Yamaha YSTM8W Multimedia Speaker
list($19.99)
115. Yamaha CDRW74M103 CD-RW, 74 Minute,
list($29.99)
116. Yamaha Computer Stereo Headset
$139.99 $133.80 list($149.99)
117. Yamaha F-310 Steel String Acoustic
118. Yamaha RX-V592 Home Theater Receiver
list($199.99)
119. Yamaha DJXIIB DJ Box That Rocks!
$499.99 $379.99
120. Yamaha YHT-450 700-Watt 6.1-Channel

101. YAMAHA Natural Sound In Wall Speaker NS-IW760 - Each
list price: $99.95
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Asin: B000981H8M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
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Product Description

The new NS-IW760 in-wall speaker system delivers high-performance sound in a low-profile design. This unit can be painted to suit any decor. ... Read more

Features

  • Crossover frequency -6,500Hz
  • 130 Watts Maximum Power Input
  • 2-Way Design with 6-1/2 cone woofer x 2 and 1 soft dome tweeter
  • Frequency response 50Hz to 24,000Hz
  • Impedance -6 Ohms

102. Yamaha 6.1-Channel 630W A/V Receiver, Offering Yamaha Unique CINEMA DSP and XM Satellite Radio Ready
list price: $449.99
our price: $399.99
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Asin: B00099XXVA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
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Product Description

6.1 Channel Receiver Offering Outstanding Sound and Picture Quality, with a Wide Range of Desirable Features such as 630W (105W x 6 RMS) Power, Quad-Field CINEMA DSP, XM Satellite Radio Ready and Component Video Up ConversionHigh Sound Quality6.1-Channel, 630W Powerful Surround Sound (105W x 6 RMS)Digital ToP-ART and High Current Amplification192 kHz/24-Bit DACs for All ChannelsDirect Stereo for High Quality 2-Channel Sound Reproduction Advanced FacilitiesXM Satellite Radio ReadySelectable 9-Band Subwoofer Crossover / Subwoofer Phase Select 4 Digital (3 Optical and 1 Coaxial) Inputs Surround RealismDolby Digital EX, DTS-ES, Dolby Pro Logic lIx and DTS 96/24 Corn patibilyQuad-Field CINEMA DSP Programs and 14 Surround ProgramsNight Listening Enhancer (Cinema/Music) and SILENT CINEMAAudio Delay for Adjusting Lip-Sync (0รข160 ms) High Picture QualityComponent Video Up Conversion (Full)HDTV (720p/1080i) Compatibility. High Sound Quality Digital ToP-ART and High Current Amplification The Digital ToP-ART design concept combines the latest and best technologies, parts and circuit designs to maximize sound quality. High Current Amplification uses superior components to achieve high current power with low impedance from input (power supply circuit) to output (speaker terminals). 192kHz/24-Bit DACs for All Channels The HTR-5850 uses extremely high performance l92kHz/24-bit DACs for all 6 channels. They perform accurate sound field reproduction for high quality multi-channel sources, and for two-channel stereo, provide outstanding separation and precise musical delineation. They deliver superior low level linearity with excellent full-scale performance. Direct Stereo Direct Stereo causes the input s ... Read more

Features

  • Selectable 9-Band Subwoofer Crossover
  • Night Listening Enhancer (Cinema/Music) and Silent Cinema
  • 6.1 Channel 630W A/V Receiver
  • XM Satellite Radio Ready
  • Component Video Up Conversion

103. Yamaha DV-C6770SL 5-Disc Progressive-Scan DVD-Audio/SA-CD Changer
list price: $329.99
our price: $299.99
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Asin: B0007LQ27C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
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Features

  • DVD-Audio & Video
  • SA-CD
  • Yamaha Patented PlayXchange
  • 5-Disc
  • Progressive Scan

104. Yamaha NS-A200XT 3-Way Hi-Performance Tower Speaker
list price: $199.00
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Asin: B000066AYT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 36364
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 3-way bass-reflex tower speaker (sold individually)
  • Dual 8-inch woofers ensure solid bass performance
  • Magnetically shielded for distortion-free placement near televisions or computer monitors
  • 35 to 20,000 Hz frequency response handles all but the deepest bass tones
  • Attractive satin grille cloth, 6 ohms impedance

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good value speakers.
Here it's sold as one. You will need two of them. Anyway, I got these on sale without really being in the market for new speakers and they are just great. They sound real nice but I would recommend pairing them with a subwoofer if you like deep bass. The bass from the speakers alone could be a little better. Great sounding though and definitely worth the price. ... Read more


105. Yamaha PSR260AD 61-Note Touch-Sensitive Portable Electronic Keyboard with AC Adapter
list price: $189.99
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Asin: B00004YAGA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 19126
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

If you are looking to buy a first keyboard at a reasonable price, try the Yamaha PSR260AD on for size. It's uncomplicated and fun to play, and it might just help you develop music skills. The PSR260AD has 100 voices ranging from pianos to trumpets to drums. One hundred accompaniments, from twistto fusion, can be mixed with the voices. As a MIDI-compatible keyboard, the PSR260AD can connect to a sequencer or computer via MIDI cables (sold separately), both of which can record musical performances from thekeyboard and then play them back using the instrument voices on the PSR260AD.After a while, though, 100 voices will probably seem limiting to most users.

The PSR260AD is not a General MIDI keyboard, which means that if you connect it to a computer, General MIDI files (a standard of most MIDI files in educational software and of those available on the Internet) will not sound correct--the instrumentation will be wrong.

One feature on the PSR260AD that most people (especially children and teenagers) will enjoy is the DJ. Pressing the button shaped like a vinyl record resets the keyboard for playing special DJ songs and voices. There are orchestra hits, samples of real voices singing phrases such as "one more time" and "Get up!" and a variety of scratches. There is even a DJ game programmed into the keyboard that helps users develop rhythm skills. One hundred other songs of various styles are also included that are fun to play and are used in the three lessons offered by the PSR260AD.

The lessons can all be done with left hand alone, right hand alone, or both hands together. In the timing lesson, the song plays and the student presses any note in the proper time. During the waiting lesson, the PSR260AD holds theaccompaniment until the student plays the correct notes. And in the minus one lesson, the student plays the proper notes in the correct time. An evaluation function gives a grade for each lesson. A staff display and keyboard displayhelp the student identify the correct keys, while animated clapping hands help the student visualize the rhythm. A dictionary function shows the different chord types on the display staff. These educational activities are very entertaining, and by doing them, the student may pick up rudimentary skills that will help in the further study of music.

The PSR260AD is an easy keyboard to use, even for a small child. It is lightweight (11.7 lbs.) even though it has built-in speakers. The buttons are all colorful and clearly marked, and all of the accompaniments, voices, and song styles are printed right on the keyboard. Most of the functionality is so intuitive and simple, you may never need to take the manual out of the shrink-wrap!

The PSR260AD is a fun keyboard to play, but it is mostly a learning tool and creative toy. It will provide many hours of entertainment for younger users, and it may very well inspire them to study music. --Chris Fresolone

Pros:

  • Easy to use
  • Lightweight
  • Lots of fun for younger users
  • Clear, intuitive functionality
  • Entertaining educational tools
Cons:
  • Only 100 voices
  • Not General MIDI compatible
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Features

  • 61-full sized keys
  • Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) input and output
  • 100 instrument voices and styles encourages creativity
  • Interactive keyboard lessons for beginners
  • DJ Mode with programmed game to improve rhythm

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars This keyboard has more feature than you can count!
Well, what can I say this keyboard is awesome! Alright, I'll list a few. To start off with, I learned alot from this keyboard. In a little over a week, i learned how to play to music. In fact, after I finish quickly typing this review, I'm going to go upstairs and play it some more. A great thing about this is all the songs and voices. There are a tiny bit over 100 voices on this thing, and this includes guitar, harp, trombone, and a ton of other instruments you come across alot, and some that you don't hear often, such as strings, banjo, accordion,pipe organ, and some they just made up that plain sound gnarly.
There are many songs too, about 80; and like voices, this has some common songs, Amazing Grace, Home Sweet Home, Livin La Vida Loca, Yankee Doodle, Deck the halls, and some uncommon songs that are still cool, Dancing, The Cookoo, GreenSleeves, and others.
Something neat for begginers is the option to teach you songs, in fact it has 4 different ways for each hand, and 1 for both, which is like a final test.
There also is a dictionary, where you push keys, and it tells you the note's letter.
One of my favorite options is the DJ mode, where it has lots of record sratches, and "Oh, Yeah"s, and other stuff you might hear in rap/punk.
You can even have background sounds to help you play the style. To name a few, It can play pop, hard rock, 70s disco, and many, many more.
You also can play on a drum kit, with all the drum stuff, and more.
If you get a keyboard, get this one. It's radalicious. As I said before, those I said are only a FEW of the options. Yup, just a tiny fragment.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excelent decision!
Buying this keyboard is an excelent decision. I have one who uses my little son for practicing his keyboard lessons. Considering all the features this keyboard includes, I am sure he could continue using it during several years as his musical habilities increases. Additionally you should consider buying a keyboard stand.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very happy
It took me months to pick out this keyboard and I am very happy with the choice. I have had other keyboards and actually gave them away because I was so unhappy with the sound quality...they just weren't "right". As hard as I would try to "get used to" them, it was impossible and actually had an irritating effect on me. This keyboard is wonderful - the sounds of the instruments are beautiful and correct.

If you are just learning, the lessons are great. The song book they send you is written for instruction also - with a little practice you will be on your way.

4-0 out of 5 stars No built-in sequencer
Just a note after I received this keyboard from Amazon - despite what the Amazon page says, this keyboard does not have a built-in sequencer to record your own songs. For that you'll have to pay a bit extra and get the PSR280 61-Note keyboard.

Otherwise, the keyboards seems solid, the majority of the sounds are realistic and the speakers sound great.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice Keyboard
The sound is much better than you would expect in a keyboard this price! 100 instrument sounds and some of them need just a little imagination to tie them to the real world instrument, but they are fun and the piano sounds really are quite good. The touch-sensitive feature works very well and is a real plus. I thought this instrument would come with a sustain peddle, but it does not; you can order one for another 20$. As a starter, before spending big money on a real piano for my daughter who is taking piano lessons, it is a great deal, and the whole family has had fun with it. Don't count on the included music or lessons to be of much use, though, they are too difficult for a beginner. Fortunately, Amazon has about a zillion beginner piano books, so maybe you would want to order one with the keyboard if you are just starting out. ... Read more


106. Yamaha EZ20AD 61-Note Portable Keyboard with Guide Lamps and AC Adapter
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00005K9CJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 19472
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Yamaha EZ-20 is a great starting place for budding musicians. It's a versatile tool for the beginning musician, offering a variety of musical sounds, songs, educational activities, and built-in accompaniments.

The EZ-20 is first a synthesizer. There are 100 different instrument sounds, from pianos to strings to guitars to drums. With a little imagination, the sounds are quite realistic. While 100 sounds seem like a lot, many peoplemay outgrow them and yearn for more. Since the EZ-20 is a MIDI keyboard, it can be connected to a computer via MIDI cables (sold separately), which can record musical performances from the keyboard and then play them back using the instrument voices on the EZ-20. However, the EZ-20 is not a General MIDI keyboard, which means that if you were to connect it to a computer, General MIDI files (a standard of most MIDI files in educational software and of those available on the Internet) will not sound correct (i.e., the instrumentation will be wrong).

The EZ-20 has 100 songs including classical tunes, world music, and holiday pieces. Certain sections of the songs can be repeated, and the tempo and accompaniment instruments can easily be changed. The EZ-20 uses thesesongs to teach the user musical skills through three lessons.

The lesson types installed on the EZ-20 are timing, waiting, and minus one. All lessons can be done with only the left hand, only the right hand, or both hands together. In the timing lesson, the song plays and the student pressesany note in proper time. In the waiting lesson, the EZ-20 holds the accompaniment until the student plays the correct notes. In the minus one lesson, the student plays the proper notes in the correct time.

An evaluation function gives a grade for each lesson. Colored lights above the keys as well as a staff display will help the student identify the correct keys. A dictionary function shows the student the different chord types on the keyboard and on the display staff. All these educational activities are very entertaining, and by doing them, the student will pick up some rudimentaryskills that may help in the further study of music.

One hundred accompaniment styles will bring out the budding improviser and composer. The EZ-20 plays a bass line, drums, and chords (chords are optional), while the user is free to create a melody.

To use the EZ-20 is exactly as the name implies, easy. Unpacking is easy: connect the adapter to the keyboard, plug in the adapter, turn the keyboard on, and play! There is plenty to experiment with before even opening up the manual. The EZ-20 is also a fun keyboard to use. With a whole band of instruments and accompaniments at a finger's touch, everyone will be surprised at how fast andhow effortlessly they can make music!

The EZ-20 has one other limitation: the keys are not touch sensitive. No matter how hard or how soft the user plays the keys, they all play at exactly the same volume. A dynamic change in volume can only be attained by raising and lowering the volume knob.

Overall, the EZ-20 is a good instrument for perhaps a young beginning musician. The limits of the sounds and lack of touch sensitivity keep the keyboard simple and extremely easy to use. If you're a bit more serious about playing the keyboard, investing a little more money can return many more features in amore powerful keyboard like Yamaha'sEZ-30AD or the PSR-340AD.--Chris Fresolone

Pros:

  • Easy to use
  • Lightweight yet sturdy
  • Educational activities and dictionary helpful tobeginning musicians
  • MIDI compatible for computer interface

Cons:

  • Only 100 sounds
  • Not General MIDI compatible
  • Keys not touch sensitive
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Features

  • 61 piano-sized keys with guide lights
  • 100 built-in songs to learn
  • Interactive Yamaha Education Suite 3 included
  • 100 instrument voices and 16-note polyphony
  • Two-way stereo speakers with bass ports

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Beginners Luck
As a beginner wanting to learn how to play the piano, the Yamaha EZ20AD Portable Keyboard had everything I could ask for. With lessons and Guide Lamps. The follow-along illuminated keys facilitated learning, and the Education Suite 3 provided virtual lessons using 100 built-in songs. I was able to start playing the first time I tried. I would highly recommend this product for anyone, whether you are a novice or an expert. ... Read more


107. Yamaha PSR280AD 61-Note Touch-Sensitive Portable Electronic Keyboard with AC Adapter
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00004YAHD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 20909
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Work out your musical fingers on 61 piano-size touch sensitive keys with the Yamaha PSR280AD portable electronic keyboard. It features bass ports for upgraded sound quality and two-way stereo speakers. You can test your creativity with 238 instrument voices and 100 accompaniment styles, along with a DJ button for instant access to special dance voices.

Beginner and intermediate keyboard players will enjoy the Yamaha Education Suite, featuring lessons and grading. This keyboard includes 100 built-in songs to learn to play and a song book. For private practice, a headphone jack is provided. The PSR280AD also features a five-song, six-track sequencer for recording original songs. You can embellish using multifingering auto-accompaniment, DSP, chorus, and reverb effects. With 10 drum kits and 32-note polyphony, the PSR280AD provides the flexibility and basics you need in a keyboard.

It includes a music rest and a Yamaha PA3B power adapter. Alternately, it uses six D-cell batteries. Weighing only 19.5 pounds, this keyboard will travel easily. ... Read more

Features

  • 61-note, touch-sensitive keyboard
  • Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) input and output
  • 6-track, 5-song recorder for playback and recording your creations
  • 256 total instrument voices and styles
  • DJ Mode with programmed game to improve rhythm

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars And I don't even like instuments.
For some reason, I have this keyboard in my room, when I don't even play it. But the first few weeks I had, I discovered a great amount of stuff on it.

-DJ- you can play around with lots of voices and maybe even pretend you're a DJ!

-Touch- I don't really like this option, but I know that many people do because they like the feel of the grand piano.

-YES!- What that is is a program that helps you play 100 different songs with the help of the LCD display.

-Voices- Tons of voices, most of them sounding lifelike. There are even sound effects, like applause, helicopter, and the ocean.

-Recording- Record anything you want, and store 5 songs. You can easily record over anything.

-Metrophone- With the metrophone, you can set the beat of the song your playing to learn to play steadily.

-Volume- The volume ain't no button. You can manually set it to precisely anything, like a good home stereo.

-MIDI- Get yourself a MIDI cable and connect it to your pc. You can send your songs to the computer.

-Harmony- There are many touches you can add to the voices, like a large or small room and many others.

-Styles- Not the best styles in the world, but play your songs to a background tune.

This is an incredible keyboard especially for beginners, but not too much for pros. I suggest getting a more expensive model for pros, but they know what they're doing.

5-0 out of 5 stars from the piano player
I've had a casio CTK-541 and a yamaha psr260, but this is the one i wanted all along. I liked it because of its song recorder, sound effects, voices, etc.... When i got it, i couldn't wait to go home and try it out. It sounded so real that it felt like i was on stage. The yamaha education suite 2 helped me learn all 100 songs. This keyboard is worth 100 times more than its price

4-0 out of 5 stars not included
We bought the psr280 at another store. They didn't mention that we needed an adaptor. They did however tell us about the headphones we wanted, and then sold us the wrong set.

4-0 out of 5 stars Best Gift Ever
I haven't slept for days. This is a great keyboard for the money! More voices, songs, and styles than one needs. The voices sound almost pro-quality. Keep in mind what the other reviewer wrote - you need to buy the adapter if it is not the AD model.

4-0 out of 5 stars More features than you can make sense of
A very good basic keyboard with lots of strange features beyond the traditional 100 rhythms and 100 instruments. The most interesting is a piano training course, but it to date has been too complex to figure out. After trying out lots of others in this <($) price range, this seems to be the best quality for the money.

Good features:

- Very close to full sized keys

- Excellent basic sounds. The piano sounds like a piano.

- Basic features are easy to use.

Gripes:

- Instructions are not complete enough given the volume of features

- If you buy this at most other stores (which I did), they foolishly don't include an AC adaptor. The Amazon version (280AD) does. ... Read more


108. Yamaha DVX-C700 5-1 Channel Cinema Station System with Integraated SA-CD/DVD-Audio/Video Changer
list price: $549.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0007LQ27M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
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Product Description

All-In-One 5.1 Channel Home Theater System with Top Performance DVD Changer, Wide Disc Compatibility and High Quality Speaker PackageSilent CinemaEnjoy private listening of 5.1 channel surround sound with ordinary headphones5.1 Channel SurroundExperience thrilling 5.1 channel surround sound 5 Disc Carousel ChangerFor hours of uninterrupted enjoyment of video or audioProgressive ScanProgressive Scan provides the highest quality visual imagingMP3 PlaybackListen to your collection of MP3 music recorded to CDRemote ControlInfrared remote control for easy system operation ... Read more

Features

  • 900 Watts of System Power
  • On-Screen Display with GUI (Graphical User Interface)
  • Main, Rear, Center Speakers aot 150 W Powered Subwoofer
  • 5.1 Channel Cinema Station A/V Receiver
  • 5 Disc SA-CD, DVD-Audio/Video Changer

109. Yamaha ERB070 Bass Guitar Package
list price: $249.99
our price: $249.99
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Asin: B0002AGMCS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 10019
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110. Yamaha PKBB1 Portable Keyboard Bench
list price: $29.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00006AMBV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 502
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Amazon.com Product Description

Perfect for use with almost any keyboard, Yamaha's PKBB1 portable keyboard bench offers solid and affordable comfort. Finished in black with a soft, padded seat, its height is adjustable between 17.5 and 19.5 inches for tailored comfort. A handy locking mechanism lets you fold the bench flat at the push of a button for easy transport.

What's in the Box
Bench, instruction sheet. ... Read more

Features

  • Adjustable height, 17.5 to 19.5 inches
  • Soft, padded seat in black matte finish
  • Folds flat for easy transport
  • 16.75 inches wide, 30.375 inches deep
  • Compatible with nearly any keyboard

111. Yamaha FC-5 Sustain Pedal for Portable Electronic Keyboards
list price: $19.99
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00005ML71
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 972
Average Customer Review: 3.14 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Sustain foot pedal or FS controller
  • For synthesizers, tone modules, and drum machines
  • Compatible with PSR-D1, PSR-195, PSR-225, PSR-240, PSR-248, PSR-270, PSR-330, PSR-340, PSR-530, PSR-540
  • 5-foot cable to 0.25-inch phone plug
  • Works with any keyboard utilizing a sustain pedal with 0.25-inch connector

Reviews (7)

2-0 out of 5 stars FC-5: Not for Piano Players
Growing up with an acoustic piano, I was uncomfortable with how the FC-5 Sustain Pedal felt. For me to tell when I was pressing the pedal or not, I had to take my shoes off. Unwilling to be an environmental hazard, I decided to purchase a pedal that has the feel of an acoustic piano's pedal. (Much better than buying that yellow tape to surround myself with...)

If you are looking for the feel of an acoustic piano's pedal, I would recommend the FC-4. Or if you want the same feel with a pedal that can do more than just sustain, I'd recommend the FC-3.

5-0 out of 5 stars No Rewiring Necessary
I'm new to keyboards and am still trying to make my hands work together. The melody is coming along fine with my right hand but integrating chords with my left sounded choppy so I thought it might sound better with a sustain pedal. My music is a little better but the pedal itself works great. I read the comments about it working backwards and tried some experiments. If the keyboard is powered off when you plug in the sustain pedal it will work just fine, but if it has power to the keyboard when you plug it in then it will work backwards. To fix it just turn the power off and on again.
The pedal causes the sound to die away over 3-4 seconds with the peddal pushed and if you release it early it will shut the sound off early. My keyboard has a very good piano sound when set to Grand Piano and with the sustained sound it doesn't loose any of that piano sound.
The peddle itself looks fairly well constructed especially considering it's low price. I've only had it a few weeks so I can't speak about how well it will stand up to repeated use. It seems good enough for someone who wants to play for their own enjoyment and maybe a few friends.

4-0 out of 5 stars This sustain pedal works fine
The people who said this pedal works the opposite of a normal sustain pedal may not know that the keyboard has to be turned OFF when the pedal is plugged in. This pedal works fine for me, though it slides a bit on carpet. This does not have the feel of a regular piano pedal, but I'm quite happy with it, for what it is.

3-0 out of 5 stars This is Normally Closed circuit (Not what I expected!)
This is a "Normally Closed" circuit (Current flows). Meaning that when you press on it the circuit opens (No Current flows). If your using for a keyboard or anything else this will be important to know. I'm going to rewire it so that it's "Normally Open". Hopefully it will then work ok. The description doesn't say if it's NO (normally open) or NC (normally closed) which makes for problems. ... Mike.

1-0 out of 5 stars reverse order pedal...
I ordered this pedal thinking that it would be like a normal pedal would...you press it down, it sustains your notes. When I got it, it came in a box with no instructions at all...so, I plugged it in, and on my keyboard it showed that the pedal was in use. When I went to play notes, it sustained them-and when I pressed down the pedal, it didn't. I returned it, because I know I can get a better one elsewhere...I was just very shocked that Yamaha would be like that. Maybe it was a glitch with that one pedal. It is good for people who are lazy and want to have their notes sustain all the time without pressing anything... ... Read more


112. Yamaha PA6 Power Adapter for Portable Electronic Keyboards and Digital Drums
list price: $25.99
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Asin: B00002F2IR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 22012
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The PA6 lets you save your batteries for the road and use cheap, convenient AC operation at home. It was designed specifically to meet the needs of the PSR530, 630, 420, 520, and 620 models. The PA6 is a 120-volt, 60 Hz unit that draws 38 watts and outputs at 12 volts and 2 amps. It comes complete with 6-foot cables to both wall outlet and keyboard. ... Read more

Features

  • Power adapter
  • Used specifically for Yamaha electronic instruments
  • Includes 6-foot cables to both outlet and keyboard
  • Less expensive than using batteries
  • 1-year warranty

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars good sturdy adaptor
This is an excellent AC adaptor for use with most Yamaha PSR series keyboards. Note that it does work with many of the older models (I bought one for my Yamaha PSR-320), so check on the comprehensive Yamaha site (www.yamaha.com) if this is the right adaptor for you. It has a long cable, making it easy to use from any outlet. Sturdy and reliable. Don't go for some cheap generic adaptor, you'll end up paying for it later. ... Read more


113. Yamaha CMH200 Computer Stereo Headphone with Noise Canceling Mic
list price: $34.99
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Asin: B00005RG4J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 23529
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Features

  • Frequency Response 60-20K Hz

114. Yamaha YSTM8W Multimedia Speaker 10 Watt Total
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00000JBC8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 33639
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Features

  • Dynamic-range desktop speaker system
  • Compatible with other sound components
  • Easy to install and use
  • Fits in visually with other peripherals
  • Tough and sturdy

115. Yamaha CDRW74M103 CD-RW, 74 Minute, 650 MB, 10x (3-Pack with Jewel Cases)
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B000056SSF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 30501
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116. Yamaha Computer Stereo Headset with Dynamic Boom Microphone
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004Z67P
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 36463
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Features

  • Yamaha sound quality
  • Separate microphone and headset connectors
  • 8-foot cord allows you freedom to move around
  • 60 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response
  • 1-year warranty

117. Yamaha F-310 Steel String Acoustic Folk Guitar, Semi Jumbo
list price: $149.99
our price: $139.99
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Asin: B00027OCXM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 4898
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Features

  • Spruce Top, Indonesian Mahogany Back and Sides and Nato Neck
  • Javanese Rosewood Fretboard
  • Sonokeling Bridge
  • Chrome Hardware
  • 20 Frets

118. Yamaha RX-V592 Home Theater Receiver

Asin: B00000K4TY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 51486
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Dolby Pro Logic and Cinema DSP
  • DSP recreates the acoustic ambience of actual concert halls and other venues
  • Dolby Digital ready
  • Three audio and four video inputs
  • Learning and programmable remote control

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Sounds good, not remotely
I found the sound quality, especially considering the price, to be better than expected. The remote control, however, sends signals to the wrong pieces of equipment. This is a real problem when you want to adjust the settings (such as rear channel volume) and can't manage to get into the receiver via said remote. If your willing to chance exploring the remote's labrynth, go for it. (It was not the batteries, by the way) ... Read more


119. Yamaha DJXIIB DJ Box That Rocks! with AC Adapter
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00004YAFE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 21083
Average Customer Review: 4.38 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Yamaha's DJXIIB music and effects box--affectionately known as "The DJ Box That Rocks"--gives you digital power and versatility alongside an enormously phat 'n' funky analog sound. The MIDI (musical instrument digital interface)-capable box produces a total of 70 preset rhythm patterns, five user-adjustable patterns, and 10 variations against which you can mix your favorite music, or not, as the situation demands. An ultracool scratch pad with auto function is in the house to help you get your grooves smokin'.

You get true, 32-note polyphony and dynamic control over the timbre or tone of each MIDI-accessible voice, just as you would with an acoustic instrument. There are 203 voices total, 180 musical sounds plus 23 drum kits. There's even an audio beats-per-minute counter--the DJXIIB accepts an audio input of whatever song you're playing and automatically locks to the rhythm by auto-adjusting its bpm.

Enhance your productions with sophisticated digital effects using the box's onboard DSP (digital signal processing) using Yamaha's Advanced Wave Memory technology. The DSP lets you warp, distort, and slice your music for creative effect.

A pair of built-in 3-inch, 6-watt speakers lets you audition your music; each speaker is ported for accentuated bass response. Connections include MIDI in/out, a stereo analog (left/right) RCA line out, a .25-inch headphone jack for private listening, and a BMP input (RCA).

What's in the Box
DJ box and a user's manual (the unit's CD-ROM is factory-installed). ... Read more

Features

  • Provides the versatility of digital with the sound of analog
  • Dynamic filter controls voice tone and timbre
  • Powerful bass boost
  • 70 Advanced Wave Memory dance patterns, including rave, techno, rap, and hip-hop
  • 100 authentic dance voices

Reviews (8)

4-0 out of 5 stars Harmless fun, even for someone with much more $$$ kit!
Having progressed from MKII's thru to Pioneer CDDJ-1000's I still loved playing around with this true toy! Having seen this product badly demonstrated in the Yamaha shop nearby I still retained the interest to know what was do-able with this thing - making the clear assumption that Yamaha REALLY know what to do with digital drum sounds...

The loops are okay, i mean a fair few are weird (but useable) stuff - but on the whole made a joy by the break down Part Mixer setting... Then you bring in the FX and you are really talking. You could go on for hours about each, but you start envoking the Ring Mod effect and playing with the knobs and dials (names become irrelevant when you know what they do!) and you can keep a crowd going for hours!!!

Hard to be a DJ Snob when you see what fun you can have!

Enjoy!

5-0 out of 5 stars Not Bad
I bought the DJXIIB about 1 week ago. I had always wanted to "scratch" and the IIB certainly allowed me to do that. Before buying it, I read all of the online reviews that I could find. Not surprisingly, some people said it [stunk] whereas other raved. I've played around with it now for about a week and I have not even come close (given time constraints) to playing all of the sounds, etc. I have a Radio Shack Concermate 990 MIDI keyboard and I've hooked the two up. The keyboard plays through the IIB and you can apply the 10 effects to the keyboard notes (It'l like having 10 effects pedals). A neat feature that I noticed is that when you play a pattern on the IIB, it automatically adjusts the 6 drum pads on the Concermate 990 (they look like orange Chicklets) to match the correct drum kit on the pattern.

I also have a CD / MP3 player (the D-Link) and the IIB matched the beats on the songs. I could see hooking up my keyboard to the IIB and the CD player to both the IIB and a mixer. You could play up to 120 MP3 songs on the MP3/CD player and all the while sync the beat with the IIB (with a split cable since the D-Link has a line out jack) all the while laying down melodies over the top of the IIB with the keyboard (I've noticed that several of the patterns are simple I, IV, V progressions).

With a CD player playing 120 songs, scratch capabilities, and a keyboard, add a mixer and you could be the life of your friends' parties.

5-0 out of 5 stars For the beginner or hobbyist
OK, Let's get one thing straight people. If you are a DJ, think your a DJ or are expecting that this will perform like a Pro DJ system...YOUR DREAMING! The Yamaha DJX is the adult version of getting your first toy keyboard, guitar or heck even "My First Sony". If you want to become a DJ or just want to fool around this is the BEST machine on the market. The price and features set it far above any of its competitors. With 700 patterns, 10 effects and 73 scratching effects, it will take you a year to examine the diversity of music that can be made. I bought this machine to add flavour to my guitar and drum tracks. When I took it out of the box I was hooked and can't put it down. A creative individual with limited electronic knowledge will be able hook this up to Midi, or even a 4-track recorder. The instruction manual is a godsent, explaining in immaculate detail how the unit works. It comes with 100 tips which are invaluble as well as software that unlocks even more information. Keep in mind that this is not a pro unit and you will be extremely BLOWN AWAY by what Yamaha has delivered in such a small package.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's Awsome
Hey,this defenetly an awsome machine.it was totally worth the money.you can mix,scratch and thats all you need too know to buy this awsome product..

5-0 out of 5 stars Great to start with
So that there is no confusion you cannot mix audio cds with the unit you can only match the tempo and add to the song. It has a huge library of 700 beats of a wide range. Then with the scratch pad you add the scratching or a second beat layer. It has 10 effects that can be tweaked to give you some incredible sound. No it is not for professional DJ use, but if you sit down with the unit for 20mins you will be hooked for good. The manual is exellent. There is so much to do with this unit and the manual takes you through examples of each so that you are familiar with all of it. This will not replace any professional turntable but then again a drum machine, one turntable and a basic mixer will cost you about five times as much and then you need to buy the vinyl. I can't keep my brother off the thing and he surprises me all the time with new tricks. ... Read more


120. Yamaha YHT-450 700-Watt 6.1-Channel Home Theater in a Box (Black)
list price: $499.99
our price: $499.99
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Asin: B0001XAJDO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Sales Rank: 2915
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Designed in Yamaha's traditional, unobtrusive black with a high-style piano-gloss speaker system, Yamaha's YHT-450 delivers good looks and quality sound for music and movie lovers with modest budgets. The system consists of the 6-piece, wood-finished NS-AP4400 speaker ensemble, the YST-SW015 subwoofer, and the trusty HTR-5740 home theater receiver, which pumps 100 watts per channel x 6 discrete channels and offers a host of options for rendering the type of surround sound best suited to your taste or programming.

The HTR-5740 is a powerful and versatile tuner and receiver that accepts a DVD player's Dolby Digital and Dolby EX, Dolby Pro Logic IIx, and DTS/DTS-ES surround signals (5.1- and 6.1-channel formats) and routes each channel to its designated speaker. Additionally, the receiver's 192 kHz/24-bit digital-to-analog converter renders pristine sound from CDs and DVDs with linear-PCM (uncompressed) sound, while Yamaha's 32-bit Cinema-DSP processing gives you an additional 29 surround effects to enhance your movies and music. Front-panel audio/video inputs make it easy to play games or view camcorder footage through your theater, and the receiver offers a total of 4 A/V inputs, 2 of which handle component-video sources. The tuner section offers 40-station AM/FM preset tuning.

The 7-speaker complement includes the piano-black NS-AP4400 system for the front, center, and surround speakers and Yamaha's YST-SW015 subwoofer for deep bass, which is important for effective home theater sound. The NS-AP4400 ensemble features large, 3-way floorstanding front left/right speakers with 6.5-inch woofers, 3-inch midrange drivers, and .5-inch tweeters. The wide center-channel speaker is perfectly configured for TV placement, broad sound dispersion, and clear, focused sound from its dual 4-inch woofers and .5-inch tweeter. The three compact rear-surround speakers all use a 2-way design with 3-inch cones and matching .5-inch tweeters for seamless sound, all the way around.

The 120-watt, 8-inch subwoofer offers Yamaha's patented Advanced Active Servo Technology (Advanced YST), which generates incredible bass from its small enclosure. Advanced YST uses negative-impedance feedback in the amp and a Helmholtz resonator in the speaker to provide strong and accurate bass.

QD-Bass (Quatre Dispersion Bass) technology uses a down-firing driver with square, pyramid-shaped reflective plates to radiate sound with equal effectiveness in all directions. The sub's individual volume control permits the perfect matching of the sub's output to the overall volume of the system. The sub has a signal-sensing circuit, too. When it detects an audio signal, it powers right up. When it senses no signal for several minutes, it shuts itself off.

Yamaha's BASS (Bass Action Selector Switch) tailors the sub's output for either video or music at the touch of a switch. The sub offers a continuously variable crossover (50 to 150 Hz) so you can carefully tailor the upper end of its output with the lower end of your main speakers' audible output.

All speakers included with the YHT-450 feature magnetic shielding, so they can be placed near a TV or monitor and cause no picture degradation.

What's in the Box
Surround receiver, surround speakers, active subwoofer, a remote control, remote batteries, all requisite cabling and user's manuals. ... Read more

Features

  • Includes the HTR-5740 A/V receiver, NS-AP4400 speaker package, and a YST-SW015 powered subwoofer
  • Delivers 100 watts x 6 channels, Dolby Digital/EX, DTS, DTS-ES 6.1, Dolby Pro Logic IIx, and 29 exclusive Yamaha surround effects
  • Receiver offers 4 A/V inputs (1 front), 2 digital-audio inputs, and 40-station AM/FM presets
  • 6 magnetically shielded speakers: 2 main left/right (3-way with 6.5-inch woofers), 1 center (2-way, dual 4-inch drivers), and 3 effects satellites
  • 8-inch 120-watt powered subwoofer with bass-enhancing QD-Bass (Quatre Dispersion Bass) and Yamaha Advanced Active Servo technologies

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars gorgeous looking, sounds ok too
I bought the YHT-450 to replace my Klipsch Promedia 4.1's. The amp in those burned out, probably due to the lack of external heat sink on the subwoofer where it is housed. It always made me nervous when the back panel of the subwoofer got too hot to touch. I was in no hurry to drop $350 on the newest Promedias.

I saw the YHT-450 at Best Buy. The wooden speaker boxes with piano black
finish caught my eye. Next to it, the silver plastic systems looked like
cheap garbage. I couldn't find any reviews online, and the specs were
reported inconsistently, even on the manufacturer's site. What a mess!

I did observe that the included receiver (HTR-5740) retails at $299 and
the subwoofer (YST-SW015) is $99, so I took a chance and bought it online,
figuring that I could just use my Klipsch satellites if the included speakers
turned out to be garbage.

The packaging is impressive. It just screams "quality!" In the big box are
four separate boxes, apparently retail packages for the receiver, subwoofer,
mains, and rears. My cats loved it.

Here are the specs, straight from the included documentation:

Mains(2): 6 1/2" pulp cone, 3 1/5" pulp cone, 4/5" soft dome, 50Hz-28kHz
Center(1): 2 x 4" pulp cone, 4/5" soft dome, 80Hz-28kHz
Rear(3): 4" pulp cone, 1/2" balance dome, 90Hz-28kHz
Sub(1): 6 1/2" cone, 70W, 30-200Hz, variable cut
Receiver: 6 x 85W

My sound review is based solely on performance with cd audio. The 2.1 sound is very good! The larger woofers in the mains give body to the sound that my old Klipsch satellites lacked. The subwoofer is only fair, not delivering much below 40Hz. It does flesh out the uneven low-end response of the mains. With the cutoff set to the minimum value of 50, the sound is mostly crisp and cIear.

I plugged in two of the rear speakers to the front channels to see what they
could do. The mids are too strong. My old Klipsch satellites sound better.
The center speaker has the same tweeter as the mains, so it probably has more presence - I didn't try it as a main.

The receiver is powerful, with no noticeable distortion even at high volume.
I don't see where the advertised 700W comes from - I count 585W - but it's
plenty loud. I don't want much more than low distortion from the amplifier and I have no complaints here

In summary, I'm quite happy with this purchase. The piano-black finish on the speakers is gorgeous and classy. CD audio through the mains and the subwoofer sounds good enough to justify the price I payed, $407.55 delivered. The rear speakers are mediocre; a system sporting five of these would get 3/5 at best. Thankfully Yamaha came through with a nice-sounding pair of front speakers. I will eventually replace the subwoofer with one having better range. I give this 4/5, 5/5 if somebody will come steal the three shabby rear speakers from me. ... Read more


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