Yamaha YPT300 Portable Keyboard

MPN: YPT300
Product Details
Description
Yamaha YPT-300 is a touch sensitive instrument that features 482 dynamic, authentic Voices, with 361 XGlite Voices and 12 Drum Kits, the YPT-300 also has 106 accompaniment Styles and 102 built-in Songs. Use the Portable Grand button to instantly call up an authentic stereo grand piano sound. An optional USB-MIDI interface allows you to download song data from the Internet and store it to Flash memory on the instrument. The Yamaha Education Suite 5 features make learning and practicing music more fun than ever before. Dual integrated speakers are powered by an internal amplifier delivering 2.5 Watts per channel x 2 channels stereo. A backlit central multifunction LCD helps you keep everything in control. Exclusive Yamaha Education System (version 5) features make learning and practicing music easier and more fun than ever before with 102 built-in songs. Some might call this an entry-level keyboard but the YPT-300 is an excellent musical instrument that both aspiring and experienced musicians will appreciate. Chord Dictionary - The Chord Dictionary function teaches you how to read and play chords Sound Effect Kit - Play a variety of unique sound effects and DJ sounds directly from the keyboard Intuitive panel control layout and elegant, new design 9 Types of Reverb 4 Types Chorus Tempo Range 32 - 280 Transpose -12 to 0, 0 to +12 Power Supply Adaptor (PA-3B/3C), or batteries (Six AA size, LR6 or equivalent batteries) - both not included Port for adding an optional Sustain pedal
Summary
Product Title Yamaha YPT300 Portable Keyboard
Manufacturer Yamaha
Power Score 4.7 | 13 Reviews
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4 Star Review   By anonymous - Dec 7, 2013   

i just got this keyboard and every seventh key doesnt work.

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Best "Bang-for-the-Buck"
5 Star Review   By member ToddlerTN - Apr 26, 2007   

Strengths: Yamaha Grand Piano sample is excellent, large variety of sounds, responsive touch-sensitive keys, runs on AC or batteries

Weakness: No sustain pedal included

I've given this product a five-star rating. That's to be taken with the understanding that the YPT-300 is one of the most affordable portable keyboards on the market. Nothing in its price range comes close in terms of sound quality, and the build quality is above average. I do think a sustain pedal should be included, but I understand that every maker is keeping the cost as low as possible. Get a good, heavy, full-size sustain pedal and you'll be happy.

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Great Buy
5 Star Review   By member howdumb7 - Feb 12, 2007   

Strengths: Touch Sensitive Keys. Full sound. Light for travel. High quality. Fun.

I must say I am impressed by the quality of this keyboard. I got it on sale at Walmart without much expectations. However, it sounded great and better than some I have heard in the same price range. It has touch sensitive keys which is the selling point for me. The keys themselves fell heavy (lighter than a real piano but heavier than other cheap keyboards) which also makes the keyboard play like a piano. A keyboard will never sound like a piano (especially for under $100) but this one is pretty close. My girlfriend and I both love it and would recommend it to anyone.

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Top Notch for the Price
4 Star Review   By member sjaymoon - Feb 6, 2007   

Strengths: Touch-sensitive keys, came with an adapter and a stand in my package

Weakness: Lightweight(could be good too)

This keyboard sounds really good. Many keyboards in this value price-range don't have touch-sensitive keys, and it makes a huge difference! Imagine a synthesizer with no change in volume - that's what it would sound like without this key feature. Overall, a great buy for about $100.

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Wonderful for piano practice and fun
5 Star Review   By member jue_yan - Jan 21, 2007   

Strengths: nice grand piano voice - excellent for piano learners to practice; good deal at 100 dollars or less; nice overall design and style; several hundreds of styles, voices, and songs bring great fun

Weakness: plastic scratching noise when pressing keys; no USB midi interface included, $40 extra to buy; volume is on the soft side

I have got this keyboard for 10 days and guess what? I spent at least a few hours on it every day. I simply cannot get away from it. I haven't explored all the features yet but I have read the manual and tried most major features of it. It is such a wonderful instrument. First, it is easy for piano practice - press Grand Piano button, select a piano solo song and play it (at different pace, repeat a few phrases) until you're ready to follow it, then learn it piece by piece. Another feature good for practice is to turn on Waiting mode, it won't go forward until you press the right key. Not mentioning the LCD display of all notes. Second, it brings a lot of fun to a family. It has hundreds of different voice and style. I especially like Flute and Saxphone, and percussions. God, the fun is unlimited. Although it does not include USB cable, and it has scratching keys, considering its price, I'd be happy to rate it as 5-star.

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Very nice. Start learning now.
5 Star Review   By member MCEscher - Jan 8, 2007   

Strengths: Beautiful sound. Touch-sensitive keys. Many voices to choose from. Compact.

Weakness: Can hear slight "thumping" of keys when you press into it - like with all keyboards. Included DVD lessons not full set of lessons. LCD screen is a little bit small.

This is a really great piano keyboard for beginners. The grand piano sound is amazing for a keyboard. The sheer number of voices is also amazing. We're only beginners but we have had so much fun with it. Touch-sensitive keys are a must. The LCD shows which notes you are hitting which helps a lot while you're learning. The built-in lessons are somewhat helpful but I prefer renting/buying some DVD lessons that teach slower. Of course that depends on your level at the beginning. The minuses are noted above and are really just being picky. This is a really great keyboard. If you ever wanted to learn, don't hesitate and go for this one. Make sure you get a good deal. Mine included ac adapter and stand from a large discount warehouse on sale for $100. AC adapters are about $20 if you have to buy separately so you must take that into account if it's not included. Otherwise, you can also use 6 AA batteries. Hope this helps.

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Genuwine and Affordable!
5 Star Review     

Strengths: 498 real-sounding voices; versatile touch sensitivity and reverb effects; light-up LCD display

Weakness: No pitch bend or modulator wheels; only one button to browse the 'function' feature

I have been playing keyboard for 8 years now. I am a home recording hobbyist and compose mostly easy-listening and new age music. Previous keyboards I have owned are a Yamaha DJX and a Casio Privia XL-300. The YPT-300 is the cheapest keyboard I have ever purchased, and it is certainly the best that I have laid hands on. This baby is light, affordable, and can be used by a wide range of performers. Whether your a kid who wants to learn to play or a recording hobbyist who wants to record beautiful tracks. The only flaws that I can point out is the lack of a pitch bend wheel and modulator wheel. No biggy though. Also, there is only one button to browse through the function list, so if you accidentally pass the feature you want to configure, you have to browse through the whole list again. If you are looking to buy this and can't decide if you should, just do so and give it a week. You'll be surprised....

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Unbelievable for the price
5 Star Review   By member Juilliarddropout - Sep 17, 2006   

Strengths: Quality, Reverb enhances all sounds a lot

Weakness: Octave transpose only shifts one octave up or down. Two octaves would be nice.

I bought this for $93, in a special package at Sam's Club which included keyboard stand. It has a input for a sustain pedal, which costs about $30 extra. Records your playing onboard. I tried keyboards costing $1000 and more, and like the feel of these keys just as much. It has light resistance and doesn't feel floppy or cheap. The onboard speakers (you can connect externals through the headphone jack if you want) aren't going to shatter glass in the house, but it has a nice small sound, beautiful for instrument sounds like classical guitar, vibraphone, banjo, and many others. I read in the manual that it consumes only 10W of power, and that explains why it doesn't get even warm when on, unlike my new TV, which gets so hot you could warm leftovers on it. I had a midi cable before buying this, so hooked it right up to my computer and used it for a controller for composition, using the sequencer software I had before. It is the touch sensitivity in the keys, that is, an instrument sounds louder when a key is struck harder -- that functions so well, for an instrument in this price range. That is the difference that enables a musician to play this expressively, makes it a real musical instrument. In the end it is musical talent, an affinity and desire to learn a keyboard instrument, that will determine whether a child or adult could learn to play piano with this instrument. When I was four, I began playing piano, and could pick melodies out by ear, and harmonize them with simple chords. I later went to conservatory on a different instrument but piano has always been my first love. I use this keyboard as a midi controller for composition and it works well for that. They keyboard I was using before, cost $600 and did not have touch sensitivity. This keyboard includes a small screen that displays bass and treble clefs and when you depress a note, shows the note on the staff. This might be helpful for a beginner. Yamaha also sells lessons on DVD. If a child (or adult) has musical talent, they would be able to learn to play keyboard just as well on this, as they would a $75,000 grand piano. In around the fourth year of study, if their interest is piano only, a switch to an 88 note keyboard may be in order.

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great for kid!!!
5 Star Review   By member simon788 - Sep 7, 2006   

Strengths: I bought it for $146.30 in Circuit city, super fast delivery.

this one is so big. out of my expecting, but i still like it, becuase it cost me for low price. ONLY $147. i recommend to those people who want to buy, product looks good.

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YPT 300 Rocks
4 Star Review   By member nitspan - Aug 23, 2006   

Strengths: Amazing sound effects. Great Grand Piano

Weakness: No USB interface.

It is a great product i got for a good deal 140$ with stand.the sound is amazing and it is a great tool for beginners.Advise this product for those who are from beginner to intermediate users.The problem was that it was unable to transfer the midi files of songs we recorded in out PC.It doesn't work with Yamaha software.It has touch-sensitive kays (something normally found in much more expensive items), a very convincing piano effect, and a lot more.One feature that I'm finding absolutely invaluable is the ability to transpose the keyboard by +/- 12 half-steps. Since it's a bit of a chore for me to learn the fingering for a given scale in a key other than C, it's nice to be able to simply transpose the keyboard and then play the scale as though it were C. It would be nice if the transposition were reflected in the LCD readout of the notes, but that's a minor point. With the sound effect kit, it will be a lot fun! It's a great size for a small house. Reasonable and quite a high-tech.The keyboard has vastly exceeded my expectations. It delivered a very wide array of useful features, has most any interface you'd want or need, and got me playing competently right away. I was pleased and proud to be able to transpose painlessly (a must for a duffer) so as to match my more experienced bandmates, and had a ball in the process. You won't lose much quality with the sound.

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Product Details
Description
Yamaha YPT-300 is a touch sensitive instrument that features 482 dynamic, authentic Voices, with 361 XGlite Voices and 12 Drum Kits, the YPT-300 also has 106 accompaniment Styles and 102 built-in Songs. Use the Portable Grand button to instantly call up an authentic stereo grand piano sound. An optional USB-MIDI interface allows you to download song data from the Internet and store it to Flash memory on the instrument. The Yamaha Education Suite 5 features make learning and practicing music more fun than ever before. Dual integrated speakers are powered by an internal amplifier delivering 2.5 Watts per channel x 2 channels stereo. A backlit central multifunction LCD helps you keep everything in control. Exclusive Yamaha Education System (version 5) features make learning and practicing music easier and more fun than ever before with 102 built-in songs. Some might call this an entry-level keyboard but the YPT-300 is an excellent musical instrument that both aspiring and experienced musicians will appreciate. Chord Dictionary - The Chord Dictionary function teaches you how to read and play chords Sound Effect Kit - Play a variety of unique sound effects and DJ sounds directly from the keyboard Intuitive panel control layout and elegant, new design 9 Types of Reverb 4 Types Chorus Tempo Range 32 - 280 Transpose -12 to 0, 0 to +12 Power Supply Adaptor (PA-3B/3C), or batteries (Six AA size, LR6 or equivalent batteries) - both not included Port for adding an optional Sustain pedal
Summary
Product Title Yamaha YPT300 Portable Keyboard
Manufacturer Yamaha
Power Score 4.7 | 13 Reviews
Additional Specifications
# of Keys: 61
MIDI: Yes
Size of Keys: Full Size
Height: 5.25 in
Touch Sensitive Keys: Yes
Warranty Information: 1 Year Parts and Labor
URL: Manufacturer Link
Parent Retsku: B0001LO2YS
Width: 37.38 in
Features: Headphone Jack, Speakers
# of Polyphonic Channels: 32
Depth: 14.88 in
# of Instrument Voices/Tones: 484
Weight: 11.7 lbs
User Reviews
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4 Star Review   By anonymous - Dec 7, 2013   

i just got this keyboard and every seventh key doesnt work.

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Best "Bang-for-the-Buck"
5 Star Review   By member ToddlerTN - Apr 26, 2007   

Strengths: Yamaha Grand Piano sample is excellent, large variety of sounds, responsive touch-sensitive keys, runs on AC or batteries

Weakness: No sustain pedal included

I've given this product a five-star rating. That's to be taken with the understanding that the YPT-300 is one of the most affordable portable keyboards on the market. Nothing in its price range comes close in terms of sound quality, and the build quality is above average. I do think a sustain pedal should be included, but I understand that every maker is keeping the cost as low as possible. Get a good, heavy, full-size sustain pedal and you'll be happy.

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Great Buy
5 Star Review   By member howdumb7 - Feb 12, 2007   

Strengths: Touch Sensitive Keys. Full sound. Light for travel. High quality. Fun.

I must say I am impressed by the quality of this keyboard. I got it on sale at Walmart without much expectations. However, it sounded great and better than some I have heard in the same price range. It has touch sensitive keys which is the selling point for me. The keys themselves fell heavy (lighter than a real piano but heavier than other cheap keyboards) which also makes the keyboard play like a piano. A keyboard will never sound like a piano (especially for under $100) but this one is pretty close. My girlfriend and I both love it and would recommend it to anyone.

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Top Notch for the Price
4 Star Review   By member sjaymoon - Feb 6, 2007   

Strengths: Touch-sensitive keys, came with an adapter and a stand in my package

Weakness: Lightweight(could be good too)

This keyboard sounds really good. Many keyboards in this value price-range don't have touch-sensitive keys, and it makes a huge difference! Imagine a synthesizer with no change in volume - that's what it would sound like without this key feature. Overall, a great buy for about $100.

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Wonderful for piano practice and fun
5 Star Review   By member jue_yan - Jan 21, 2007   

Strengths: nice grand piano voice - excellent for piano learners to practice; good deal at 100 dollars or less; nice overall design and style; several hundreds of styles, voices, and songs bring great fun

Weakness: plastic scratching noise when pressing keys; no USB midi interface included, $40 extra to buy; volume is on the soft side

I have got this keyboard for 10 days and guess what? I spent at least a few hours on it every day. I simply cannot get away from it. I haven't explored all the features yet but I have read the manual and tried most major features of it. It is such a wonderful instrument. First, it is easy for piano practice - press Grand Piano button, select a piano solo song and play it (at different pace, repeat a few phrases) until you're ready to follow it, then learn it piece by piece. Another feature good for practice is to turn on Waiting mode, it won't go forward until you press the right key. Not mentioning the LCD display of all notes. Second, it brings a lot of fun to a family. It has hundreds of different voice and style. I especially like Flute and Saxphone, and percussions. God, the fun is unlimited. Although it does not include USB cable, and it has scratching keys, considering its price, I'd be happy to rate it as 5-star.

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Very nice. Start learning now.
5 Star Review   By member MCEscher - Jan 8, 2007   

Strengths: Beautiful sound. Touch-sensitive keys. Many voices to choose from. Compact.

Weakness: Can hear slight "thumping" of keys when you press into it - like with all keyboards. Included DVD lessons not full set of lessons. LCD screen is a little bit small.

This is a really great piano keyboard for beginners. The grand piano sound is amazing for a keyboard. The sheer number of voices is also amazing. We're only beginners but we have had so much fun with it. Touch-sensitive keys are a must. The LCD shows which notes you are hitting which helps a lot while you're learning. The built-in lessons are somewhat helpful but I prefer renting/buying some DVD lessons that teach slower. Of course that depends on your level at the beginning. The minuses are noted above and are really just being picky. This is a really great keyboard. If you ever wanted to learn, don't hesitate and go for this one. Make sure you get a good deal. Mine included ac adapter and stand from a large discount warehouse on sale for $100. AC adapters are about $20 if you have to buy separately so you must take that into account if it's not included. Otherwise, you can also use 6 AA batteries. Hope this helps.

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Genuwine and Affordable!
5 Star Review     

Strengths: 498 real-sounding voices; versatile touch sensitivity and reverb effects; light-up LCD display

Weakness: No pitch bend or modulator wheels; only one button to browse the 'function' feature

I have been playing keyboard for 8 years now. I am a home recording hobbyist and compose mostly easy-listening and new age music. Previous keyboards I have owned are a Yamaha DJX and a Casio Privia XL-300. The YPT-300 is the cheapest keyboard I have ever purchased, and it is certainly the best that I have laid hands on. This baby is light, affordable, and can be used by a wide range of performers. Whether your a kid who wants to learn to play or a recording hobbyist who wants to record beautiful tracks. The only flaws that I can point out is the lack of a pitch bend wheel and modulator wheel. No biggy though. Also, there is only one button to browse through the function list, so if you accidentally pass the feature you want to configure, you have to browse through the whole list again. If you are looking to buy this and can't decide if you should, just do so and give it a week. You'll be surprised....

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Unbelievable for the price
5 Star Review   By member Juilliarddropout - Sep 17, 2006   

Strengths: Quality, Reverb enhances all sounds a lot

Weakness: Octave transpose only shifts one octave up or down. Two octaves would be nice.

I bought this for $93, in a special package at Sam's Club which included keyboard stand. It has a input for a sustain pedal, which costs about $30 extra. Records your playing onboard. I tried keyboards costing $1000 and more, and like the feel of these keys just as much. It has light resistance and doesn't feel floppy or cheap. The onboard speakers (you can connect externals through the headphone jack if you want) aren't going to shatter glass in the house, but it has a nice small sound, beautiful for instrument sounds like classical guitar, vibraphone, banjo, and many others. I read in the manual that it consumes only 10W of power, and that explains why it doesn't get even warm when on, unlike my new TV, which gets so hot you could warm leftovers on it. I had a midi cable before buying this, so hooked it right up to my computer and used it for a controller for composition, using the sequencer software I had before. It is the touch sensitivity in the keys, that is, an instrument sounds louder when a key is struck harder -- that functions so well, for an instrument in this price range. That is the difference that enables a musician to play this expressively, makes it a real musical instrument. In the end it is musical talent, an affinity and desire to learn a keyboard instrument, that will determine whether a child or adult could learn to play piano with this instrument. When I was four, I began playing piano, and could pick melodies out by ear, and harmonize them with simple chords. I later went to conservatory on a different instrument but piano has always been my first love. I use this keyboard as a midi controller for composition and it works well for that. They keyboard I was using before, cost $600 and did not have touch sensitivity. This keyboard includes a small screen that displays bass and treble clefs and when you depress a note, shows the note on the staff. This might be helpful for a beginner. Yamaha also sells lessons on DVD. If a child (or adult) has musical talent, they would be able to learn to play keyboard just as well on this, as they would a $75,000 grand piano. In around the fourth year of study, if their interest is piano only, a switch to an 88 note keyboard may be in order.

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great for kid!!!
5 Star Review   By member simon788 - Sep 7, 2006   

Strengths: I bought it for $146.30 in Circuit city, super fast delivery.

this one is so big. out of my expecting, but i still like it, becuase it cost me for low price. ONLY $147. i recommend to those people who want to buy, product looks good.

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YPT 300 Rocks
4 Star Review   By member nitspan - Aug 23, 2006   

Strengths: Amazing sound effects. Great Grand Piano

Weakness: No USB interface.

It is a great product i got for a good deal 140$ with stand.the sound is amazing and it is a great tool for beginners.Advise this product for those who are from beginner to intermediate users.The problem was that it was unable to transfer the midi files of songs we recorded in out PC.It doesn't work with Yamaha software.It has touch-sensitive kays (something normally found in much more expensive items), a very convincing piano effect, and a lot more.One feature that I'm finding absolutely invaluable is the ability to transpose the keyboard by +/- 12 half-steps. Since it's a bit of a chore for me to learn the fingering for a given scale in a key other than C, it's nice to be able to simply transpose the keyboard and then play the scale as though it were C. It would be nice if the transposition were reflected in the LCD readout of the notes, but that's a minor point. With the sound effect kit, it will be a lot fun! It's a great size for a small house. Reasonable and quite a high-tech.The keyboard has vastly exceeded my expectations. It delivered a very wide array of useful features, has most any interface you'd want or need, and got me playing competently right away. I was pleased and proud to be able to transpose painlessly (a must for a duffer) so as to match my more experienced bandmates, and had a ball in the process. You won't lose much quality with the sound.

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Nice Startup Keyboard!!
5 Star Review   By member c_anands - Apr 18, 2006   

Strengths: Nice sound!! Great Look!!

Weakness: None so far.

Its a nice keyboard. I tried one non-yamaha keyboard before ( same price range) and then felt its sound quality not that great ( as I tried Yamaha keyboards at my friend's place) So I returned that and bought this one . And its REALLY a great keyboard. It fulfils all your basic needs of beginner. I recommend this one for any keyboard beginner ( like me!!). All the best!!

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lovely keyboard for beginner
5 Star Review   By member oimaster - Mar 21, 2006   

Strengths: Yamaha quality, touch sensitivity & full size keys, sound like the real McCoy, 102 preset songs, Good value, YES learning system

Weakness: no MIDI in/out port

I got this keyboard for my son who is taking piano lessons. So far we are thrilled with the purchase. It sounds like a real piano and we paid only $139 with power adapter & stand included in the price. The touch sensitivity was recommended by our piano teacher and this model beats the CASIO's hands down. I checked multiple music stores and reviewed lots of materials comparing CASIO's to Yamaha's before making the final desicion on this model. If you are in the market for a good beginner keyboard step up to the touch sensitivity for the real piano feel. My son practices several times a week and tells me it feels just like the real Yamaha piano in his school. AS a treat after practicing my son plays with the 108 built in voices and has a blast.

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Great for beginners
4 Star Review   By member pmanisa - Mar 1, 2006   

Strengths: Pros: touch-sensitive keys (very important), great grand piano voice, 100 voices to choose, 100 songs to listen

Weakness: Cons: create plastic-to-plastic noise when hitting the key

I purchased this YPT-300 from costco, so it comes with the stand and power the adapter. I really like it and I think that it is a very good keyboard for beginners... Why only beginners? 1. It has 61 keys. Is it that important? Not really for the beginner. Why? This keyboard has a transpose function where you can shift up/down the keys for at most 12 pitches. 2 When you play songs, you will hear unnatural voice of plastic (in addition to your songs). It came from when your fingers hit the keys. Am I happy? Yes, I am very happy with this keyboard given the price I paid. I can use this keyboard for at least 3 years and once I become more professional, I can go for a real piano.

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