Yamaha PSR-E253 vs Casio CTK2400

Well, in this article, I will compare between Yamaha PSR-E253 Vs Casio CTK2400. Both of them has a lot of voices, has similar learning functions. But, even they have some similarities, they also have some differences. To finding out the better one, let’s read this article below.

– The product description
– The sound of the Keyboard
– The fees of Yamaha PSR-E253 and Casio CTK2400

The Product Description
Yamaha PSR-E253 is Portable Keyboard with has wide features and variety sounds functions. Yamaha PSR-E253 has 61 full sized of keys which are really great for learning and developing keyboard playing techniques. This is the ideal type keyboard for aspiring who just starting out.

Duo mode splits the keyboard into two halves, each of them has with their own “middle C” for playing with your partner. Yamaha PSR-E253 also own the different instrument sounds up to 385, including the piano, flutes and the guitar. You can connect through your audio player to the PSR-E253 and listen to, or play along with, your favorite music through the instrument’s speakers.

Meanwhile, Casio CTK2400 61- key is the keyboard which equipped with Samson HP30 Headphones. It is perfectly suited for those who are using in the late night sessions. A pair of Samson HP30 headphones is for the wonderful sound whether you’re on the go or in your studio. See also the comparisons between Casio CTK-2550 vs CTK2400.

They are perfect to use with your keyboard, guitar and any other instruments. You can also use them with your MP3 or media player. There are also x-style stand and power supply. X-style stand keyboard will hold the keyboard with 49, 61, 76 and 88-key keyboards with a maximum weight of 130 lbs.

The Sound of the Keyboard
There are 385 sounds that you can choose from Yamaha PSR-E253. The sounds are from the sounds of pianos, the sounds of electronic organs, the sounds pianos accordions and many more others effects. Almost all the sounds are fantastic, especially for the pianos, synths, organs, and strings. They are all done beautifully.

So, What about the accompaniment work?. Don’t worry, the response time from this keyboard is really good, and you won’t disturb the group. The accompaniment will make sure that you are the highlight of the performance.

However, Casio CTK2400 offers 48 actual midi tones and 400 other sounds which cover some instrument types. Almost the whole tone is well received, but there are some tones that do not sound like a piano but more like the graphical results of a computer. However, overall the resulting sound is quite fun.

The Fees
Both of Yamaha PSR-E253 and Casio CTK2400 are really surprisingly in cost. They are the multifunction instrument which cost low price. Yamaha PSR-E253 is a little bit cheaper rather than Casio CTK2400. Nonetheless, Yamaha PSR-E253 also has good specification as well as Casio CTK2400.

Yamaha PSR-E253 vs Casio CTK2400

- 32-note polyphony allows for the performance of beginner to advanced level pieces
- Allowing for sustained notes to ring through without being cut off
- Operates on batteries or with a power adapter
- Keyboard pack includes a pair of Samson HP30 closed-cup headphones, x-style stand, and power supply
- New, intuitive sampling function with built-in microphone
- 400 AHL keyboard voices

We could conclude that in choosing an instrument, we need to see some specification and other features deeper. We can’t just judge anything from the shapes only moreover the price. Because not all the cheap ones have the cheap quality too.