20 Most Recent Korg microKEY USB Powered Keyboard Questions & Answers

The pianist was in the bathroom when they sampled him ?

Korg Music | Answered 2 hours ago

I don't think we sell parts out here.
Check locally or online, maybe AMAZON ?

Korg Music | Answered 2 hours ago

Most likely the Program Mode does not copy joystick info.
Get the User Manual online, if you want Google
But then you will lose all your memories...

Korg Music | Answered 2 hours ago

All of the above answers are wrong.

First off, forget about 6ya! Sixya, fixya, scam artists all. See for example, https://tinyurl.com/ybpds4h5. Calling them for a digital piano repair would be like calling a plumber to do brain surgery.

She's asking about a KORG C-155. Not a Roland anything. Not a Technics anything. Not a Kurzweil anything. And the problem isn't about dead notes or intermittent loss of touch sensitivity, or volume issues. Her piano is dead until after a 15 minute warm-up and then plays NORMALLY! This issue just about screams, "POWER SUPPLY PROBLEM!" At least, this is the first place to begin.

For the average user, this is not a DIY project. Troubleshooting it will require an experienced technician with the proper instruments and tools at least an hour to open the unit (ker-ching!), take some measurements, identify the defective assembly or component. Then on a 25 year old unit, he would need to start hunting for replacement part(s), since KORG very likely no longer stocks parts on a unit that old.

That is probably why the typical answer from a professional would be, "save your money, and buy a new unit." Because of the parts issue, the cost of the repair will likely be in the hundreds of dollars (ker-ching!), and when it breaks down again with something else (ker-ching! ker-ching!).

I'm not saying the piano can't be fixed, but I am asserting that it can't be fixed economically by a professional who cannot afford to spend many hours on isolating a defect, hunting online for a USED replacement assembly, or a NEW component (assuming that the repair involves just one or two individual components), then actually doing the repair, and putting the unit back together, and only get paid for a fraction of the actual time involved.

Korg Music | Answered on Nov 27, 2017

Often as a not a simple volume pedal will suffice, available as a stand alone item or a feature of an effect pedal like the Boss ME-25

Korg Music | Answered on Oct 31, 2017

For those with Korg PA500 problems I just uploaded the manual. Perhaps that will sort your problems.
Have Fun.

Korg Music | Answered on Oct 26, 2017

Probably your best bet is to use a sound editor/library. Move the sounds onto your computer, then into the librarian editor, then from there through midi into your keyboard.

Korg Music | Answered on Sep 17, 2017

Request the manual directly from Korg.

Korg Music | Answered on May 21, 2017

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