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Product Info – Yamaha PSR 6700

Yamaha PSR 6700- (N 145,000)

In 1991 the PSR-6700 was Yamaha’s top of line in their home keyboard range. It had a 76-key Velocity sensitive keyboard with 40-note polyphony.

It’s a big machine and does appear different in the flesh from where ever we’ve seen it online or in print. Quality comes to mind immediately as this machine is very well built.

It’s more understated than previous home keyboards as Yamaha had done away with the bright bold colours of the 1980s.

The smallish buttons and built in speakers give it away as a home keyboard but it has a seriousness about it that expresses quite clearly- “I am not a toy!”

Dominating the design are the corrugated horizontal bands across the top half of the face (approx. 30 lines in total). It bears resemblance to Roland’s E series keyboards in 1988.

Product Information

76 full-sized velocity-sensitive keys
– Packed with excellent sounds: in particular the pianos, e-pianos, organs, strings, synths, exotic and drum sounds are very nice and above all very realistic.
– synthesizer features: various adjustable parameters per sound
– 40-tone polyphony
– 8 velocity-sensitive drum/percussion pads
– extensive split and layer options
– very nice digital fx (various types of Reverb and delay with a lot of fine-tuning options)
– modulation and pitch bend wheel
– 55 preset musical styles + 6 custom styles
– very good sound, 3-way stereo speakers
– MIDI in/out/thru

Separating the grooves from the rest of the face is a thick groove that runs across the front and then angles down on each end towards the front. There is also a concealed panel that lifts up to reveal a whole other set of buttons. The underside of this lift up panel has all the patch names.

This is a departure from previous designs that had the sound names printed visibly on the outside. It was another design feature that seems intended to disguise its homeliness. The buttons are all arranged in a neat and systematic fashion but overall, they are rather small.

The profile is quite thick as a result of the built-in speakers so Yamaha tried to counter this by recessing the base section by approx. one inch. This helps to make the keyboard look lighter as though hovering above the surface.

The sides however are rather flat as if cut straight from an extruded block, and this does not help to hide the unit’s thickness. The disk drive does however, does neatly tuck itself in the recessed base on the right side.

Yamaha have always demanded quality in their products and the PSR-6700 seemed to reach a new level for home keyboards. It wants to be professional so quality materials and finishes were used

There is also a stylish smoked acrylic back plate with Yamaha printed in the center. The flip up panel is made of steel and is very neat with a smooth and weighted feel that exudes even more quality. Yamaha also did away with the usual rubberized buttons in favour of more solid hard plastic ones.

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