Yamaha PSR-100 Owner's manual

Yamaha PSR-100 Owner's manual
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Owner's Guide
Bedienungsanleitung
Mode d'emploi
Guía del propietario
Congratulations!
Thank you for choosing a Yamaha
PortaTone PSR-100. Your PSR-100 1s a
high-performance electronic keyboard that
features the most advanced Yamaha technol-
ogy for superior sound and features. To
ensure that you fully understand the many
fine features provided, we urge you to fol-
low the steps outlined in this manual while
actually trying out the instrument’s features.
Herzlichen
Gliickwunsch
Herzlichen Dank fiir den Kauf des Yamaha
PortaTone PSR-100. Ihr Porta Tone ist ein
leistungsstarkes elektronisches Keyboard, das
dank modernster Yamaha Musiktechnologie
überlegenen Klang und vielseitige Einsatz-
möglichkeiten bietet. Um das großartige Poten-
tial des PortaTone voll ausschöpfen zu können
und sich gut mit seinen Funktionen vertraut zu
machen, sollten Sie sich beim anfänglichen
Spielen auf dem Instrument nach den
Bedienschritten ın dieser Anleitung richten.
# + + .
Félicitations!
Nous vous remercions d’avoir porté votre
choix sur le PortaTone Yamaha PSR-100. Le
PSR-100 est un clavier électronique, produit
de la technologie Yamaha la plus
perfectionnée, vous offrant des fonctions et
une qualité sonore remarquables. Afin de
parfaitement comprendre toutes les fonctions
de cet instrument, nous vous conseillons de
lire très attentivement ce mode d'emploi tout
en essayant les fonctions qui y sont décrites.
¡Enhorabuena!
Muchas gracias por comprar el PortaTone
PSR-100 de Yamaha. Su PSR-100 es un
teclado electrónico de gran rendimiento que
caracteriza la tecnología más avanzada de
Yamaha para un sonido y características
superiores. Para asegurarse de que entiende
totalmente las muchas características con las
que se proporciona, le sugerimos que siga los
pasos descritos en este manual mientras
prueba las características de los instrumentos.
CONTENTS
Taking Care of Your PortaTone ........ 1
Automatic Playback of the Demo Tune .3
Power Supply .........................e.eem... 1 Playing in the Harmony Mode .............. 3
Using Batteres psarsocanenceses a rnann en en ceeau 1 Selecting Voices .................—...—...——...... 4
Using An Optional Power Adaptor .......1 Playing a Abythm Patior oe “À
Setting Up & Removing the Music Adjusting the Tempo (speed) ofthe —
Stand O ORUOCAIE CNAE ER PO NCAA EEERR ECO AANANEN EEE TAOaAA 1 Rhythm Pattern Le cas 4
Using Headphones or an External Automatic Accompaniment .............. 5
Sound System... 1 SINGLE FINGER Mode ...................... 5
Optional Accessories ....................... 1 FINGERED Mode ................e..e...eee..... 5
Nomenclature nin. 5 Automatic Ad-Lib Phrases ................... 5
Top Panel Controls ................. eee... 2 Song Accompaniment........................ 6
Rear Panel Connectors ..............——... 3 Troubleshooting............................—... 6
Playing the PSR-100....................—... 3 Specifications 6
Behandlung lhres PortaTone .......... 7 Automatische Wiedergabe des
Stromversorgung ......................—....—.. 7 Demostuckes ....rr.eeereer уп 9
Stromversorgung über Batterien ......... 7 Spielen in der HARMONY-Betriebsart 9
Stromversorgung über Netzadapter .... 7 Klangwahl...............eeeeeeeeieeeene ene 10
Lautstárkeregelung ...............———.. ~
Anbringen und Abnehmen des Spielen mit Schlagzeugbegleitung .
Notenstánders ARA EERRROA CACA NENE PEARCE 7 Einstellung des Rhythmustempos au. 10
Verwendung von Kopfhôrer oder Automatische Begleitung.............. 11
externem Verstárkersystem ............ 7 SINGLE FINGER-Betriebsart ............ 11
Sonderzubehór ..............................—.. 7 FINGERED-Betriebsart .................... 11
Bezeichnung der Teile ..................... 8 Phrasenautomatik .................—..... 11
Bedienfeld .........................e.m.neeneoes 8 Songbegieitung 12
Anschlüsse auf der Rückseite 9 Fehlersuche ………………….………….……. 19
Spielen auf dem PSR-100................ 9 Technische Daten........................... 12
Entretien du PortaTone................. Reproduction de la mélodie de
Alimentation électrique.................. 13 demonstration прое умнее =
Fonctionnement sur piles .................. 13 Sélectior des e Narmonie .—.....—.——. 16
Utilisation d'un adaptateur secteur en ection des VoixX .............e.. mires
Option ................eseeiei een eee 13 Réglage du volume .................. ww... 10
Montage et retrait du pupitre ........ 13
Utilisation d'un casque d'écoute ou
d'un systéme de sonorisation
EXterne ...................—..—...eeeecncennenana. 13
Accessoires en option .................. 13
Nomenclature .….………………….….………..………. 14
Commandes du panneau supérieur … 14
Connecteurs du panneau arrière …… 15
Jouez du PSR-100 ......................... 15
INDICE
Reproduction d'un pattern rythmique 16
Réglage du tempo (vitesse) des pat-
Cuidados de su PortaTone ........... 19
Alimentación ........................e.eerve 19
Uso de pilas .................e.eeseeeerceeene 19
Uso del adaptador de alimentación
opcional ...................eeeeeeeiriic K EEE EEE 19
Colocación y extracción del atril .19
Uso de auriculares o un sistema de
sonido exterior .........................—.—.. 19
Accesorios opcionales ................. 19
Nomenclatura .........................m..... 20
Controles del pane! superior ............. 20
Conectores del panel posterior ......... 21
Tocando con el PSR-100............... 21
Reproducción automática de la
terns ythmiques ..................emermeccaónes 16
Accompagnement automatigue ...17
Mode SINGLE FINGER ................ UN
Mode FINGERED ……...…..…..….……rcccrerarerre 7
Phrases Ad-Lib automatiques ........... 17
Accompagnement de morceaux ..18
Dépistage des pannes .................. 18
SpecificatioNS 18
canción de demostracién ................. 21
Tocando con el modo de armonía ....2!1
Selección de Voces ................cemmeme0.. 22
Ajuste del volumen ...................e—m..—. 22
Tocando un patrón rítmico ................ 22
Ajuste del tempo (velocidad) del
patrón rítMiCo ...............- ee... 22
Acompañamiento automático ......23
Modo SINGLE FINGER .................... 23
Modo FINGERED .................m..eveveeen.. 23
Frases de improvisación automáticas 23
Acompañamiento de canción ...... 24
Localización y reparación de
averías .....................eieercn 24
Especificaciones .......................... 24
English
Taking Care of Your PortaTone
Your PortaTone will give you years of playing pleasure if
you follow the simple rules given below:
1. Avoid placing the PortaTone in areas that are subject to
excessive humidity or heat. Do not leave the instrument
near heaters or in a car exposed fo direct sunlight, for
example.
2. Avoid locations in which the instrument is likely to be
exposed to excessive dust or moisture.
3. Connections between the PortaTone and any other device
must be made with both pieces of equipment turned OFF.
4. Do not subject the instrument to strong physical shocks,
and avoid placing heavy objects on it.
5. Use a soft cloth, dry or slightly damp, for cleaning. Never
~ use chemicals such as benzine or thinner.
6. Since the PortaTone contains digital circuitry, it may
cause interference if placed to close to radio or television
receivers. If this occurs, move the instrument further away
from the affected equipment.
Power Supply
Your PSR-100 will run either from optional batteries or an
optional power adaptor. Follow the instructions below ac-
cording to the power source you intend to use.
Using Batteries
Six 1.5V D size (SUM-1 or R-20) or equivalent alkaline
batteries (sold separately) must first be installed in the bat-
tery compartment.
1. Open the battery compartment cover located on the instru-
4 ment's bottom panel.
2. Insert the six batteries, being careful to follow the polarity
markings on the cabinet.
3. Replace the compartment cover, making sure that it locks
firmly in place.
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* The included batteries are for testing purposes. Their service life
might be considerably shortened due to storage conditions, etc.
Caution:
1. When the batteries run down, replace them with a com-
plete set of six new batteries. NEVER mix old and new
batteries.
2. To prevent possible damage due to battery leakage, re-
move the batteries from the instrument if it is not to be
used for an extended period of time.
Using An Optional Power Adaptor
Plug the DC output cable from an optional PA-1, PA-1B
or PA-3 Power Adaptor into the DC(9-12V)IN jack on the
rear panel, then plug the adaptor into a convenient wall AC
power socket. DC 9-12V IN
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Use ONLY a Yamaha PA-1, PA-1B or PA-3 Power Adap-
tor to power your instrument from the AC mains. Attempting
to use other’ AC adaptors could result in serious damage to
your PSR-100.
Setting Up & Removing the
Music Stand
The PSR-100 is supplied with a music stand that can be
mounted on the instrument by fitting the bottom edge of the
stand into the groove on the top of the control panel of the
instrument.
To remove the music
stand, lift it up and out.
Using Headphones or an
External Sound System
The Rear-panel HEADPHONES/AUX.OUT Jack
À standard pair of stereo headphones can be plugged in
here for private practice or late-night playing. The internal
speaker system is automatically shut off when a pair of head-
phones is plugged into the HEADPHONES/AUX.OUT jack.
The HEADPHONES/AUX.OUT jack can also be used to
deliver the output of the PSR-100 to a keyboard amplifier,
stereo sound system, mixing console or tape recorder. Use
the optional Yamaha connecting cord to connect the HEAD-
PHONES/AUX OUT jack to your sound system.
HEADPHONES!
AUX. OUT
Optional Accessories
HB AC Power Adaptor (PA-1/PA-1B/PA-3)
H Headphones (HPE-3/HPE-5)
E Stand (L-2/L-4)
E Bench (BC-6)
E Stereo Connection Cord (PSC-3)
Use this cord to connect your PSR-100 to a stereo hi-fi system.
E Stereo Conversion Plug (PCP-1)
Converts stereo pin jacks to a stereo phone plug.
* Some optional accessorios may not be available in all areas.
Nomenclature
VOICE BANK
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19 JAZZ CAGAN 25 JAZZ
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Playing the PSR-100
Automatic Playback of the Demo
Tune
Slide the [POWER/MODE] switch to the NORMAL posi-
tion, and press the [DEMO] button.
POWER off — | | -SENGERED
DEMO
SONG ACCOMP
MELODY ON OFF
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The demo tune will continue playing until you press the
[STOP] or [DEMO] button.
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® Tempo and volume can be varied while the demo tune is playing.
Playing in the Harmony Mode
When the PSR-100 is initially turned ON, voice number 00
(TRUMPET) is automatically selected and the HARMONY
mode is turned OFF.
The HARMONY mode can be turned ON or OFF by press-
ing the [HARMONY] button.
COMPUTER AiDED MUSIC
AD-LIB HARMONY
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In the HARMONY mode, playing single notes on the key-
board produces automatic two-or four-part harmony, depend-
ing on the selected voice. The HARMONY mode is most use-
ful with SINGLE FINGER or FINGERED Auto Accompani-
ment, described later.
When HARMONY is turned OFF, you can play single notes
as well as your own chords or harmonies on the keyboard.
e If a SPLIT voice is selected, harmony will not be applied to the lower
voice even if the HARMONY mode is ON.
@ Only single notes can be played when the HARMONY mode is ON
— with the exception of the lower voice when a SPLIT voice is se-
lected.
Playing the PSR-100
Selecting Voices
The PSR-100 has 100 different voices (00 through 99, listed
in the VOICE BANK printed on the top panel) that can be
selected by using the number and [ENTER] buttons. To select
any voice press two number buttons and then the (ENTER]
button. To select voice number 04 (SOPRANO SAX), for
example, press [0], [4], and then [ENTER]. The closed hi-hat
voice will sound to confirm that the above buttons have been
properly pressed.
VOICE SELECT
ENTER
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The PSR-100 voices are divided into four categories:
SINGLE (voices 00—39): Single voices.
ENSEMBLE (40—49): — Voices with an ensemble sound.
DUAL (50—79): Combinations of two voices.
SPLIT (80—99): Split voices with one voice
playable on the left-hand section
of the keyboard (to the left of the
F#2 key) and the other playable
on the right-hand section.
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Lower half SPLIT POINT Upper half
e SPLIT voices can only be used in the NORMAL mode. When the
SINGLE FINGER or FINGERED Auto Accompaniment mode is
selected only the upper voice will be used.
Adjusting the Volume
The PSR-100 volume can be adjusted in 11 steps. The vol-
ume is automatically set to “normal” when the POWER switch
is turned ON.
Press the [VOLUME A] button to increase volume or the
[VOLUME ¥] button to decrease volume. The volume is
increased or decreased slightly each time the corresponding
button is pressed. Press both the [VOLUME] buttons together
to restore the normal volume setting.
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@ After switching on power the volume can be lowered up to 9 steps
and raised by 1 step.
Playing a Rhythm Pattern
The PSR-100 has 22 different rhythm patterns that can be
selected and played by pressing the appropriate white key on
the keyboard while holding the [RHY THM/SONG SELECT]
button.
RHYTHM/SONG
SELECT
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To play the SWING rhythm, for example, hold the
[RHYTHM/SONG SELECT] button and press the white ke
on the keyboard labelled “SWING” above the keyboard. The —
SWING rhythm will begin playing immediately.
The rhythm pattern can be stopped at any time by pressing
the [STOP] button.
® A different rhythm pattern can be selected in the same way even
while a rhythm pattern is playing. In this case the new rhythm pattern
begins playing from the beginning of the next measure.
Adjusting the Tempo (speed) of
the Rhythm Pattern
The tempo of the selected rhythm pattern can be adjusted in
16 steps.
40, 50, 60, 73, 80, 92, 100, 112, 120, 132, 146, 159, 184,
200, 225, 240 (beats per minute)
A tempo of 120 beats per minute is automatically selected
when the [POWER/MODE]) switch is initially turned ON. +
Press the [TEMPO A] button to increase the tempo or the |
[TEMPO Y] button to decrease the tempo. The tempo is in-
creased or decreased by one step cach time the correspoding
button is pressed. Press both the [TEMPO] buttons together to
restore the normal “120” tempo setting.
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Automatic Accompaniment
SINGLE FINGER Mode
SINGLE FINGER Auto Accompaniment makes it simple to
produce beautifully orchestrated accompaniment using major,
seventh, minor and minor-seventh chords by pressing a mini-
mum number of keys in the SINGLE FINGER SECTION of
the keyboard (to the left of the SINGLE FINGER SECTION
marker). The bass and chord accompaniment produced is per-
fectly matched to the selected rhythm pattern.
1, Slide the [POWER/MODE] switch to the SINGLE FIN-
GER position.
NORMAL SINGLE FINGER
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> eect the desired rhythm in the normal way. The closed hi-
hat voice will sound to confirm that the rhythm select key
has been properly pressed. Although you can also select the
melody (upper keyboard) voice you intend to use in the
normal way, the PSR-100 automatically determines the
voices to be used for the accompaniment bass and chords.
RHYTHM / SONG
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3. Press a Key in the SINGLE FINGER SECTION of the
keyboard to start the accompaniment. If you press a “C”
key, for example, a C-major accompaniment will be played.
Press another key in the SINGLE FINGER SECTION to
select a new chord. The key you press will always deter-
~ mine the “root” of the chord played (i.e. “C” for a C chord).
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Playing Minor, Seventh, and Minor-seventh
Chords
E For a minor chord, press the root key and a black key to
its left. |
E For a seventh chord, press the root key and a white key
to its left.
№ For a minor-seventh chord, press the root key and a
white and black key to its left.
@® The automatic accompaniment will continue playing even if you lift
your fingers from the Auto Bass Chord keys. You only need to press
the Auto Bass Chord keys when changing cords.
4. Press the [STOP] button to stop the accompaniment.
FINGERED Mode
The FINGERED mode is ideal if you already know how to
play chords on a keyboard, since it allows you to supply your
own chords for the Auto Bass Chord feature.
1. Slide the [POWER/MODE] switch to the FINGERED posi-
ton. NORMAL, =] [SINGLE FINGER
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2. Select the desired rhythm in the normal way.
3. As soon as you play any chord in the FINGERED SEC-
TION of the keyboard (to the left of the FINGERED SEC-
TION marker), the PSR-100 will automatically begin to
play the chord along with the selected rhythm and an appro-
priate bass line. The accompaniment will continue playing
even if you release the Auto Bass Chord keys. When chang-
ing chords, be sure to release all keys before playing a new
chord.
4. Press the [STOP] button to stop the accompaniment.
The PSR-100 wili accept the following chord
types:
Em Major
Wm Minor
Ш Major seventh
EH Minor seventh
E Seventh
E Diminished
E Augmented
® All other FINGERED mode operations are the same as in the SIN-
GLE FINGER mode.
Automatic Ad-Lib Phrases
Press the [AD-LIB] button briefly while the AUTO AC-
COMPANIMENT is running to produce a short “ad-lib”
phrase that can be used as a “fill-in” for your performance.
The [AD-LIB] button can be held to produce longer ad-lib
lines. COMPUTER AIDED MUSIC
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AD-LIB HARMONY
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e !f the [AD-LIB] button is pressed in the NORMAL mode, a C-major
ad-lib phrase will be produced.
Song Accompaniment
The PSR-100 can play the accompaniment for 15 different
songs that you can play along with, listed above the keyboard.
To select and start playback of a song accompaniment, hold
the [RHYTHM/SONG SELECT] button and press the black
key on the keyboard corresponding to the desired song.
‘The selected song will begin with a two-measure count-in.
RHYTHM SONG
SELECT
When a song accompaniment is first started, the melody for
that song will also begin playing. If you want to mute the
melody and leave only the accompaniment in order to play
along, press the [DEMO (SONG ACCOMP. MELODY ON/
OFF)] button. The [DEMO (SONG ACCOMP. MELODY
ON/OFF)] button alternately turns the melody ON or OFF.
When the melody is turned OFF, it is possible to select a dif-
ferent voice using the standard voice selection procedure.
DEMO
SONG ACCOMP
MELODY ON /CFF
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The song accompaniment can be stopped at any time by
pressing the [STOP] button.
@ Refer to the “Instruction Book”.
* Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation for Yamaha
Corporation.
e The “Demo Tunes" of this keyboard are “Demonstration” purposes
only. It is not possible to reproduce the “Demo Tunes” 100%.
Troubleshooting
Symptoms Remedies
Reduced volume. Distortion. {| Replace batteries.
The PSR-100 can produce
a maximum of 8 notes at
the same time (not includ-
ing the rhythm sounds).
Demo playback, automatic
accompaniment and song
accompaniment use up part
of this quota.
Not all the notes are heard
when you play a number
of notes simultaneously.
Specifications
Keyboard:
49keys (C1-C5)
Voices:
100voices
SINGLE VOICE: TRUMPET, HORN, TROMBONE, TUBA, SOPRANO
SAX, TENOR SAX, CLARINET, BASS CLARINET, OBOE, PICCOLO,
FLUTE, PANFLUTE, RECORDER, OCARINA, PIANO, ELECTRIC PIANO,
TOY PIANO, REED ORGAN, PIPE ORGAN, JAZZ ORGAN, HARPSI-
CHORD, FUNKY CLAVI, ACCORDION, ACOUSTIC GUITAR, HAWAIIAN
GUITAR, JAZZ GUITAR, ROCK GUITAR, ACOUSTIC BASS, ELECTRIC
BASS, CELLO, BANJO, MANDOLIN, HARP, VIOLIN, CARILLON, TIM-
PANI, STEEL DRUM, GLOCKENSPIEL, MARIMBA, VIBRAPHONE
ENSEMBLE VOICE: BRASS 1, BRASS 2, CHIME, HONKY-TONK PIANO,
WOODWIND 1, WOODWIND 2, 12STRING GUITAR, MARIMBA,
STRINGS 1, STRINGS 2
DUAL VOICE: BRASS DUO, SAX & TOY PIANO, DROP, HARP &
PANFLUTE, SAX DUO, STRING DUO, VIOLIN & CELLO, GLOCKEN &
PIANO, SAX & CLARINET, TROMBONE & HORN, BANJO & FLUTE,
GUITAR & TRUMPET, ORGAN & PICCOLO, JAZZ GUITAR & ORGAN
FUNKY SYNTH, CRYSTAL, RECORDER & BASS, CARILLON & —
OCARINA, ROCK GUITAR & BASS, STEEL DRUM & ORGAN, HARP &
ACCORDION, BANJO & HORN, MANDOLIN & OBOE, SLAP BASS,
PIANO & PANFLUTE, CARILLON & BANJO, STEEL DRUM & HARP,
MARIMBA & RECORDER, SAX & BASS, BANJO & GUITAR
SPLIT VOICE: BASS/SAX, BASS/PIANO, GUITAR/E.PIANO, PIANO/
TRUMPET, HARPSICHORD/FLUTE, GLOCKEN/MARIMBA, BASS/CLARI-
NET, BASS/ROCK GUITAR, ACCORDION/PANFLUTE, E.PIANO/SAX,
PIANO/VIOLIN, TOY PIANO/OCARINA, BASS/BANJO, GUITAR/SAX,
BASS/CLAVI, ACCORDION/PICCOLO, PIANO/HARP, ORGAN/JAZZ
GUITAR, CELLO/FLUTE, BASS/PIANO/PERCUSSION
Rhythm styles:
POP ROCK, BOOGIE WOOGIE, RHUMBA, 8BEAT, 16BEAT,
ROCK'N'ROLL, HARD ROCK, ROCK-A-BALLAD, DISCO, BOSSA NOVA,
SWING, FUNK, TECHNO ROCK, SHUFFLE, SAMBA, JAZZ WALTZ,
REGGAE, COUNTRY, TANGO, WALTZ, MARCH 1, MARCH 2
Song Accompaniment:
JOY TO THE WORLD, BROTHER JOHN, THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME,
HOUSE OF RISING SUN, A LITTLE BROWN JUG, SILENT NIGHT, JIN-
GLE BELLS, AVE MARIA, DIE LORELEI, CAMPTOWN RACES, WHEN
THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN, BRAHMS' LULLABY, YESTERDAY,
HEY JUDE, VENUS
Other Controls:
VOLUME, TEMPO, RHYTHMWSONG SELECT, STOP, AD-LIB, HAR-
MONY, DEMO {SONG ACCOMP. MELODY ON/OFF), VOICE SELECT 1-
0, ENTER, POWER/MODE (OFF, NORMAL, SINGLE FINGER, FIN-
GERED)
Auxiliary Jacks:
HEADPHONES/AUX. OUT, DC 9-12V IN
Main Amplifiers:
2.0Wx2
Speakers:
10cm (3-15/167) 40 x 2
Rated Voltage:
DC SV (Six SUM-1, “D” size, R-20 or equivalent batteries), AC Power
Adaptor (PA-1, PA-1B or PA-3)
Dimensions (W x D x H):
930mm x 279.6mm x 109.4mm
(36-5/8" x 11” x 4-5/16")
Weight:
3.3kg (7.21bs.) excluding batteries
Supplied Accessory:
Music Stand
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* Specifications subject to change without notice
1.
FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)
IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC require-
ments. Modifications not expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use
the product.
. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use only high quality
shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure
to follow instructions could void your FCC authorization to use this product in the USA. |
NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part
15 for Class “B” digital devices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance
that your use of this product in a residential environment will not result in harmful interference with other elec-
tronic devices. This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not installed and used according to
the instructions found in the users manual, may cause interference harmful to the operation of other elec-
tronic devices. Compliance with FCC regulations does not guarantee that interference will not occur in all
installations. If this product is found to be the source of interference, which can be determined by turning the
unit "OFF" and "ON", please try to eliminate the problem by using one of the following measures:
Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference.
Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.
In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 chm ribbon
lead, change the lead-in to co-axial type cable.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact the local retailer authorized
to distribute this type of product. If you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Corpo-
ration of America, Electronic Service Division, 6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA90620
The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its
subsidiaries.
WARNING: CHEMICAL CONTENT NOTICE!
The solder used in the manufacture of this product contains LEAD. In addition, the electrical/electronic and/or plastic (where
applicable) components may also contain traces of chemicals found by the California Health and Welfare Agency (and possi-
bly other entities} to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
DO NOT REMOVE ANY ENCLOSURE COMPONENTS! There are no user serviceable parts inside. All service
should be performed by a service representative authorized by Yamaha to perform such service.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE: Yamaha strives to produce products that are both user safe and environmentally “friendly”. We
sincerely believe that our products meet these goals. However, in keeping with both the spirit and the letter of various statutes
we have included the messages shown above and others in various locations in this manual,
* This applies only to products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America.
* Dies bezieht sich nur auf die von der Yamaha Corporation of America vetriebenen Produkte.
« Ceci ne s'applique qu'aux produits distribués par Yamaha Corporation of America.
* Esto se aplica solamente a productos distribuidos por Yamaha Corporation of America.
YAMAHA
The serial number of this product may be found on the bottom of the unit. You
should note this serial number in the space provided below and retain this
manual as a permanent record of your purchase to aid identification in the
event of theft, ;
Model No, PSR-100
Serial No.
Concerning Warranty
This product was made for international distribution, and since the warranty for
this type of product varies from marketing area to marketing area, please
contact the selling agency for information concerning the applicable warranty
and/or service policies.
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Die Serienummer befindet sich an der Unterseite des Instrumentes. Wir
empfehlen, diese Nummer sicherheitshalber an der unten vorgesehenen
Stelle einzutragen, um sie auch im Falle eines Diebstahls jederzeit zur Hand
zu haben.
Modell-Nr. PSR-100
Serien-Nr.
Hinweis zur Garantie
Dieses Produkt wird international vertrieben, und die Garantiebedingungen
sind von Vertriebsland zu Vertriebsland verschieden. Ihr Hándier gibt Ihnen
gerne genauere Informationen zu den in Ihrem Land gúltigen Garantie- und/
oder Serveicebedingungen.
Le numéro de série de ce produit figure sur le socle. ll conviendra de noter ce
numéro de série dans l'espace réservé ci-dessous et de conserver ce manuel:
celui-ci constitue le docuent permanent de votre achat et permet l'identification
en cas de vol.
Modèle No. PSR-100
El número de serie de este producto se encuentra en la parte interior de la
unidad, Sírvase anotar este número de serie en el espacio proporcionado
abajo y guarde este manual como comprobante de compra para ayudar a la
identificación en caso de robo.
N° de modelo PSR-100
No. de série
Remarque relative a la garantie
Ce modèle est destiné à être distribué à l'échelle internationale. Etant donné
que les conditions de garantie pour ce type de produit varient en fonction des
zones de commercialisation, prière de prendre contact avec l'agence chargée
des ventes pour tous renseignements relatifs aux conditions de garantie et de
service après-vente.
N° de serie
Concerniente a la garantia
Este producto ha sido fabricado para ser distribuido internacionalmente y,
como la garantía para este tipo de producto varía en relación a su área de
comercialización, sfrvase consultar con el agente de ventas sobre la
información en torno ala garantía aplicable y/o políticas de servicio.
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