The Yamaha PSR-S910 is a 61-key arranger keyboard workstation, which is inspired by the flagship arranger Tyros3. This model features Super Articulation Voices which gives, guitars, reeds, strings and real time expressive brasses such as string slides, breaths, fret squeaks and many more musical expressions. The keyboard comes fitted with a 7”X7” color screen and supports MP3 playback and USB audio recording. It also offers broadband Internet connectivity.  The color display has an impressive design which makes viewing effortless from any angle. You can also view the projects on the big screen by using the video output provided.

128 Note Polyphony to Handle Recording Your Masterpieces

Playing the keyboard offers an opportunity to create multi-track arrangements. And don’t worry, this keyboard can handle it as it features 128-note polyphony with accompaniment styles. The powerful Music Finder feature is unique as the entire instrument is automatically set when you select any song titles from the list.  Tempo, variation, style, right hand voices are instantly set when you choose a title from the sound bank. This Yamaha comes loaded 678 Voices, 28 Drum/SFX kits, 480 XG, GM2 and GS for song playback. The instrument also features 38 S.Articulation Voices, 18 Mega Voices, 24 Sweet! Voices, 46 Cool! Voices, 29 Live! Voices and 10 Organ flutes. The piano boasts of astounding 293 Pro styles with 29 Alternative sessions. The Style section has 3 intro/endings plus A-D and Fill X4.

Yamaha PSR-S910

The instrument offers multiple samples across keyboard with unique features and sophisticated velocity switching that delivers authentic instrument sounds. The MegaVoice imitates instrument’s behavior to give astonishing realistic sounds.
The Yamaha keyboard has something great to offer when it comes to varied effects, which can be used to play with sounds and create unique, never-heard-before sounds.  The list of effects includes 42 Rev, 71 Chor, Harmony and DSP effects.

Imagine Having 1,200 Instruments and 71 Chorus Effects

The piano comes packed with approximate 1,200 sounds ranging from acclaimed Yamaha – famous grand pianos plus interesting Motif-style synths to drums to strings and many more.  Professional musician can give their sound varied dimension with the 71 chorus effects and 42 reverb effects. This keyboard provides wide range of music styles with effects setups and pre-programmed voices.

You can play MP3 tracks along with tunes; this feature is very helpful while practicing. You can record MP3 along with tunes that you are playing to a USB memory stick as a WAV file. This way you can record and capture your ideas and performances. You can download text files directly from the Internet.  This model also provides a video output, and microphone input. Thus, it becomes quite easy task for you to host karaoke events with your PSR-S910 keyboard.

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  1. joseph k.m says:

    really worth but price hihg

  2. sarfraz says:

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  3. FLORI NAHAK says:

    yamaha psr 740 S VERY NICE

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  5. Ameh Austeen says:

    Please I just want to confirm that these Yamaha products PSR S710 and S910 is made in Indonesia

  6. Mayura says:

    yamaha psr s910 how price.,?

  7. Alexander says:

    Congratulations to the Tyros4 Arranger Workstation keyboard for winning 2010 Musical Merchandise Review Magazine’s Dealers’ Choice Award for Pro Digital Keyboard Line of the Year! The awards are based on votes from musical products dealers throughout the United States. View the press release here:

  8. Notsure says:

    what price?in usa.

  9. Geoff says:

    Hi, Dan

    Love the site! I’m gravitating towards the PSR-s910, but also wondering if the s710 would suit my needs. I play a lot of old folks’ homes, parties, weddings. Had a good run with my old psr 540 but it is getting wobbly. I’d also like to record demos of my own material, and also use the keyboard when composing for choirs, etc. Should I pay the extra for the s910? (I can’t really afford a Tyros!)

    Thanks for the informed, impartial reviews!