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Nalu

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PSR 2000
« on: December 01, 2022, 09:19:27 PM »
HI everyone  So I ve got my beloved per 2000.  but this screen came up as an error for switching on    Is it repairable   I tried to load a photo of the screen but file too large it says
Unexpected error turn the power off and on again.   Then it says
hisydwn.c/133/8c1c8476.             would really appreciate any help
 

Offline RONBO

Re: PSR 2000
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2022, 09:47:16 PM »
My first keyboard was a PSR 2100.

Just like your 2000, mine had the same issue.

It was suffering from old age and a great deal of use.

After trying many things to fix it, I sadly had to say good-bye to my first Yamaha.

I found out that the solution was far too expensive, more than the price I paid to buy it.

In other words........you should consider replacing it with a more recent board.

Sorry to break it to you.

Regards,

Ron
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Former boards  PSR2100, PSR 910, TYROS 4,  TYROS 5 and Genos
 

Nalu

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Re: PSR 2000
« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2022, 10:01:23 PM »
Ive got 4 of these 2000 psr models   as I use it as my main accompaniment on solo gigs  I find it fun to create bass and drum tracks and the drums sound so real    Is there another model that comes close to this.  Ive also got a 3000. but I find the sound too clinical  too perfect.  and it doesn't have the option to swap out the floppy drive for a memory stick device    Thanks for your advice
 

Offline RONBO

Re: PSR 2000
« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2022, 10:06:35 PM »
If you can, check out the current models at a Yamaha dealer........thats all I can offer

Ron
PSR Performer Page                                  IT'S EASY TO BE THE SHIP'S CAPTAIN WHEN THE  SEAS ARE CALM

Proud Genos2 owner
 
Former boards  PSR2100, PSR 910, TYROS 4,  TYROS 5 and Genos
 

Offline mixermixer

Re: PSR 2000
« Reply #4 on: December 02, 2022, 02:05:13 PM »
Or you can go on ebay to see if someone is selling theirs, but yeah I would also suggest a more recent keyboard. Almost all of the recent PSR models have a Legacy folder that have the "Classic" sounds if that's what you're after. Just my opinion but the PSR2000 was even before Tyros 1 so the drums were most likely a very old set of AWM, I wouldn't call them realistic...