psr 2000 and psr 8000

by Bill Pearson
(Scotland)

Hi, can you please give me some information regarding the above psr keyboards.
Can you tell me which keyboard was manufactured first, the psr2000 or the psr8000 and is there a great difference between them soundwise and the cost when new.
Thanks,
Bill

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Aug 22, 2009
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PSR 2000 - PSR 8000
by: Alfred

Dear Bill: Partial answer to your questions; PSR8000 1997, and PSR 2000 2001. Suggest you go to Yamaha site for answers to other questions.

Aug 22, 2009
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psr2000 - 8000
by: Dick Rector

Hi,

Correct answer from Alfred, you also find tons of info, lessons and a very helpful forum about most Yamaha keyboards on psrtutorial.com

As owner of a psr2000 for some years I can tell you it is a wonderful piece of instrument and very reliable. I use it every day.
Hope this helps you.
Regards
Dick Rector
Bali (indonesia)

Aug 23, 2009
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Thank you
by: Bill

Thanks for the information, it is much appreciated.

Feb 05, 2013
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Psr 2000 key problem
by: Nebi

You can buy octave or rubber and replace the one with the problem

Aug 19, 2015
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static noise when turned on
by: Robert

I want to start by saying that I'm a keyboard player for 30+ years, and I enjoy my psr 2000. When I turn it on, it gives off a constant high pitch noise after it boots up, then 1 minute later, the screen goes blank. What could this be?

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Replace PSR2000 stiffy drive with a USB port

by Wesley
(Johannesburg, South Africa)

Is there any way the stiffy drive on a PSR2000 can be replaced with a USB port , or possibly a multi-card reader?

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Sep 25, 2009
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USB instead of floppydrive
by: Dick Rector

Hi,

Yes you can! I did the same on my PSR2000 and I am very happy with it.
Look up floppydrive on this forum because I have written many times the same story or send me your mailaddress and I will send you a zipfile with all the info.
dick.rector.spain@googlemail.com
I am NOT the vendor but you can find him at trungtal@googlemail.com

I paid 100 US$ for the box + 20 US$ for posting by DHL.

Regards
Dick

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Yamaha PSR 2000

by Malin
(Sri Lanka)

Problem 1

some keys (08 nos) of my psr 2000 doesent have the touch response and one # key is not working at all what is the problem and i need the part nos of defective parts

Problem 2

Bottom of the display unit got some blue lines which i cant see some commands

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Nov 17, 2009
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PSR 2000
by: Alfred

Dear Malin: Your problems should be corrected only by a qualified technician in your area.
Good luck.

Nov 21, 2009
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psr 2000
by: Mark

Hi
I had the same problem.
It is the latex? pads under the keys.
Undo the screws on the back and the top lifts off.
The circuit board that runs the length of the keys comes off in two sections.
The pads are under the circuit board.
Check the nipples on the pads.
If you need new pads Yamaha sell them. (Australian $7.00 ea section).
Do not replace the screws but put every thing back together and check the response from each key.
It is not hard to do and you may have to play around with the pads if needed.
mc8224@iprimus.com.au

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PSR 2000 Yamaha Keyboard - Connect USB

by Henryck
(Mauritius)

Hoe can I connect a Usb to my par 2000 Yamaha keyboard?

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Oct 27, 2009
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USB instead of floppydrive
by: Dick Rector

Hello Henryck,

This question has been asked and answered many times on this forum and if you search for 'diskdrive' you will find it.
Yes it is possible, I have done it with my PSR 2000 but you have to change the drive!
Send me your mailaddress and I will send you a zipfile with the info and some pictures.

Regards
Dick

dick.rector.spain@googlemail.com

Aug 19, 2010
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usb drive to PSR 2000
by: Janaka


Hello,

Can someone tell me whether its posible to connect a USB pen drive to PSR 2000? pls mail me on janakafernando12345@gmail.com

Aug 19, 2010
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USB instead of floppydrive
by: Dick Rector

Hi Janaka,

Didn't you received my mail?

Dick

Sep 23, 2010
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plsss
by: Anonymous

Hello,

Can someone tell me whether its posible to connect a USB pen drive to PSR 2000? pls mail me on subashbabu007@gmail.com

May 29, 2011
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floppydisk to USB Yamaha PSR 2000
by: W.Williams

Hello,
Can I connect a Usb to my psr 2000 Yamaha keyboard?

If it is possible in DUTCH.
My mailadres is smailliww@gmail.com

Nov 21, 2011
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connect usb on psr 2000
by: gumelar

How to upgrade my floppy into USB disk? please send on my email grahagumelar@yahoo.co.id. thank's

Oct 30, 2012
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TO CONNECT YAMAHA PSR 2000 KEY BOARD TO PEN DRIVE
by: ALEXANDER SHAJU

HI,

CAN I CONNECT YAMAHA PSR 2000 KEY BOARD TO PEN DRIVE.

PLEASE GUIDE ME..

MY EMAIL ID : alexandershaju@rediffmail.com

I HEARD ABT MIDI TO USB CONNECTOR CABLE,, CAN WE USE THIS CABLE WITHOUT PC ??

IS THERE ANY DISADVANTAGES WHILE USING THIS CABLE ???

AWAITING YOUR REPLY..

THANKS & REGARDS
ALEXANDER SHAJU

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