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Offline motekmusic

Main Keyboard Volume Help
« on: June 14, 2018, 06:50:54 PM »
Hello,


Recently exchanged my s970 for the s975 and have noticed that the main keyboard volume output is less than the s970.
I have already adjusted EQ settings per the Enildo numbers and jacked up the gain 2 points.

On the Tyros 5 (which i just sold) there was a slider for main keyboard volume setting.   Is there such a setting on the s975???
On the s975 the volume dial on half was quite enough.   On the s975 am setting the dial almost 3/4.
The only work around i have found is to set the volume up on voices, styles, song to 127 and then use the FREEZE button so do
not have to change settings every time change a style.

The question , problem is how to jack up the main keyboard volume.. or is this just something that cannot be readjusted permanently.
permanently.???


any advice , suggestions  very welcome

thanks
cheers
elaine
\\\"I have suffered for my music, now it\\\'s your turn\\\"   Neil Innes
 

Offline RoyceM

Re: Main Keyboard Volume Help
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2018, 12:56:06 AM »
Hi Elaine,

Are you playing through the built-in or external speakers?

Regarding external speakers:  When I got my S975, I was surprised to find that if I used the external speaker/amp volume setting I have been used to, I needed to turn up the keyboard's main volume more than I was used to. I now run my external system's volume a little higher so I can keep the keyboard's main control knob in the range to which I've been accustomed.

- Royce
DGX-305, Roland E60, S900, S910, S975, Center Point Stereo Spacestation V.3
PSR Performer page
 

Offline motekmusic

Re: Main Keyboard Volume Help
« Reply #2 on: June 15, 2018, 02:26:55 PM »
thanks Royce for your reply.  8) :)

Since i just sold the tyros 5 and it was connected to a logitech speaker system,, i have hooked up the s975 to that unit.
When i took the s970 out to play, did not need any extra speakers.   If take the 975 out will have to take speaker unit.

Have ordered  the Genos and the monitors, so can now use those logitechs for the s975.
Wonder if anyone else going from the s970 to the s975 have noticed the volume differences.
I see you did get help for your low volume mic. thread.

Outside of the low volume outputs, am still pleased with the upgrade.

all the best
cheers

elaine


\\\"I have suffered for my music, now it\\\'s your turn\\\"   Neil Innes
 

Offline RoyceM

Re: Main Keyboard Volume Help
« Reply #3 on: June 15, 2018, 03:19:45 PM »
Hi Elaine,

You probably have much of the S975 under control already having had the S970. I'm guessing I am one of the few moving up from such an old model (S910). I have been experiencing "whiplash" from my crash course and steep (for me) learning curve.

I am eager to hear from more members as they adjust to the S975.

The 8-band EQ is my ongoing challenge.

By the way, my wife has been to Israel each of the last several years, but won't be visiting this year.

- Royce
DGX-305, Roland E60, S900, S910, S975, Center Point Stereo Spacestation V.3
PSR Performer page