Thanks, wish I had some of Dan's voice.
I think that a 550 can load most styles, it have 3 intros and so on. My 413 can load some of them (but only one at the time) and it has only one intro and one alternation. I dont know how much 550 differs from 710/910 in details of styles?
It is a Tyros 1 avalible for 750 euro wiht 80gb harddrive, but I have a feeling that it's quite old and that it shows on the sound.
I had a Yamaha HS-4 organ (still have it) when it came out new, same price as Tyros 4 is today, but in the late 80's
, it was top of the line then (exept HS-8). It had 8kb memory cards for saving registrations and built in sequenser and synthersiser. You could also record registrationdata to a casseterecorder like the old commadore computors...
But today it is outclassed by the little cheap 413..
Where I want to come is that some times newer "smaller" keyboards is better then a little older top of the line...
But I dont know where to draw the line here.
I found a performer that used a psr 2000 and sounds seems a little "flat" compared wiht performers wiht psr 900, The one wiht psr 2100 was a little better but still not like the 900. I dont know if it is the recording or if it is the keyboard?
What problems can I look for if buying a used?