Yamaha DGX-520 suitability for classical music and headset option

I'm considering buying a Yamaha DGX-520, and would like to know how well it suits for playing advanced classical music? Also, does it have the option of using a headset when playing, to avoid keeping the neighbors up at night? I am replacing a Roland EP9. Thanks for any help anyone could give on this.

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Apr 08, 2008
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by: Neel

Your question is not clear. If you are taking about the piano, it is 200% suitable for advanced classical music.But f you are taking about other tones and the styles (rhythms) , they are usually meant for modern songs. And yes it has an output for headset and you can also use the same port for recording audio. Hope this helps. Email me @ : viper1214@gmail.com for more help.By the way I have this keyboard for an year and if you ask me about satisfaction , it is 100% and frankly speaking, the
DGX-520 has exceeded my expectations. It rocks !

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