The PSR-S700 is now over 10 years old and has been superseded by the Yamaha PSR-S710, PSR-S750, PSR-S770 and PSR-S775, plus others in the PSR-S range. Read our comparison of all fourteen PSR-S Series keyboards.
One of Yamaha’s new arranger keyboards, the PSR-S700 is the more entry-level model, but still comes with a range of impressive features:
- 61 touch responsive keys
- 96 notes of polyphony
- 5.7-inch QVGA LCD capable of lyrics and score display
- AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) sample sounds
- 813 preset voices made up from 317 voices, 16 drum kits, 480 XG voices
- 10 MegaVoices
- 11 Sweet! Voices
- 18 Cool! Voices
- 14 Live! Voices
- 9 Organ Flutes
- 2 layer voices
- Large number of preset and user-definable effects including reverb, chorus, 4 x DSP (Digital Signal Processing)
- 205 preset 8-part auto-accompaniment + user category with mixer controls
- 16 track recording
- 30,000 note capacity
- Performance assistance technology
First introduced in Tyros, MegaVoice brings a new level of realism to the PSR-S700 keyboard. The MegaVoices feature various playing techniques and performance sounds – such as finger slides and fret noise on guitar voices — designed specifically to enhance playback of the built-in styles. Simply hold down a chord while you play, and enjoy some of the most astonishingly realist, expressive accompaniment you’ve ever heard.
Read our comparison of all fourteen PSR-S Series keyboards.
More images of the PSR-S700 (click thumbnail for main image)