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PSR E463 REVIEW
« on: July 03, 2018, 10:19:49 AM »
https://youtu.be/9ibprDo0Ku8
One of the best and most trusted reviewer on Youtube demonstrates the mega machine. Enjoy :)
Anupam
Owning : Roland XPS-30, Casio SA-21
Previously : Yamaha PSR-E453
 
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Fantomas

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Re: PSR E463 REVIEW
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2018, 10:13:19 PM »
In english, search for "Jeremy See" on Youtube, he has made plenty of videos of this keyboard.

Re: PSR E463 REVIEW
« Reply #2 on: August 02, 2018, 09:13:32 AM »
These guys from Russia are much more trusted than Jeremy, I've seen his videos too. But as I've followed this channel since long, I can say they do a well balanced review of products.
Anupam
Owning : Roland XPS-30, Casio SA-21
Previously : Yamaha PSR-E453
 

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Re: PSR E463 REVIEW
« Reply #3 on: August 02, 2018, 09:58:10 AM »
"Trusted" and "trustworthy" aren't the same things. Jeremy See might not be trusted by some people, but that doesn't mean he isn't trustworthy.

I spent some time Wednesday evening watching several of his videos and reading the comments. I'm aware that some people think he criticized the Casio CT-X700 unfairly and is biased toward Yamaha, but I didn't get that impression at all. I think they've overreacted (and apparently quite nastily, if he had to delete several of their comments due to profanity) based on what they believe he said rather than what he actually said. It was very clear to me while watching his "Don't buy the CT-X700" video that he thought the CT-X700 was a great keyboard and an incredible bargain, with the sole exception that Casio hadn't provided a way to balance the volumes of the tones when using the Dual or Split modes. A few people posted comments claiming that this was done in the Mixer functions, but later realized and had to admit that there is no Mixer on the CT-X700 and CT-X800. This wouldn't be a deal breaker for me, because I would probably connect the CT-X700 to a computer and use MIDI to adjust the various parameters of the tones, including Channel Volume. But I can see how it might be a deal breaker for someone else.

He also chose the CT-X700 as a better keyboard than the PSR-E363, and has pointed out what he considers to be issues with the PSR-E463 and PSR-EW410. So I don't think it's fair to say that he's biased toward Yamaha and against Casio.

On the contrary, I think he is not at all shy about stating what he thinks is good about a keyboard as well as what is bad about a keyboard, in contrast to sites that merely demonstrate the features of a particular keyboard model without discussing any limitations in those features that potential buyers might want to be aware of. The important thing is to listen to a reviewer's comments-- both the praise and the criticism-- but form your own opinions about whether the features are enough to make you want a given keyboard, as well as whether the limitations or lacks are enough to make you not want it.
Michael Rideout
Current keyboards: Yamaha YPT-400, PSR-E433, PSR-E443, PSR-EW400, MX49 BK
Current controllers: M-Audio Axiom 61-II
Previous keyboards: Farfisa Matador 611; Casio CTK-710
 

Re: PSR E463 REVIEW
« Reply #4 on: August 02, 2018, 08:48:29 PM »
Sir I've been following both of them; Jeremy shares his honest opinion on keyboards, which I support to some extent.
I saw a few of those comments before deletion, one of those guys from my country, had this opinion that CT-X700 & E463 are not comparable, because in our country CT-X700 is rumouredly priced at around the cost of E363, but while this is not the case in Singapore, so even though Jeremy clarified everything in comments, still he had to remove them. So both of them were true in their judgement.
Jeremy's videos are much more like a vlog, instead of those guys who do less talks and more playing. Because if one is well aware of this field, he/she won't need much advices, but demonstrations. This is what I find missing in Jeremy's videos. I won't say Jeremy is a newbie, but those guys at Popmusic have been on my watchlist since quite long, for which I owe them my trust more than any other reviewer. :)
« Last Edit: August 02, 2018, 08:52:24 PM by AnupamEnosh »
Anupam
Owning : Roland XPS-30, Casio SA-21
Previously : Yamaha PSR-E453
 
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Fantomas

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Re: PSR E463 REVIEW
« Reply #5 on: August 03, 2018, 08:38:12 PM »
I've just talked about Jeremy because his review is in english, more comprehensive for most people.

Though, I sometimes got the feeling that the first purpose of Jeremy is to make its channel grow and win some money.
Nethertheless, his videos helped me so much to make a choice between 363 and 463.


Offline panos

Re: PSR E463 REVIEW
« Reply #6 on: August 03, 2018, 09:03:36 PM »
For having an opinion how a keyboard really sounds I prefer less pro players, not in a studio, playing real songs/covers and not style improvisations.
This demostration video looks like the Yamaha's demos which I find kind of old fashioned like selling a magical powder used for laundry and unfortunatelly are pretty boring to me.