Question about Yamaha MM6 61Key Synthesizer Keyboard
The setup wizard says to cancel the automatic driver software installation when I plug my keyboard into my laptop but I don't know how to do that. I've tried numerous times but it installs automatically everytime. I've also tried going into devices and going into driver software installation and click the "No, let me choose what to do" option but that doesn't work. I'm running a Windows 7 64-bit. Can anyone help me?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My Yamaha mm6 doesn't work
There is probably a setting that is wrong. The left channel is the default for mono operation. Look in your user manual regarding "PAN" which controls the output going side to side. You MAY be "panned" clear to the right. When you plug into the left, it is the default so in spite of being panned right, they would send signal to the left IF nothing is plugged into right.
Posted on Jun 14, 2011
It kinda depends on if a hammer is broke or key is broke. Or if a foreign object is stuck in there. Typically not hard if you can remove screws and remember how they go back in. TypicAlly the bottom panel comes off keyboards ( start by removing those screws ) or the top case will fold up ( still bottom of keyboard screws ) then multiple screws to realease keyboard assembly. May have to disconnect some wires/ ribbon cables so have a sharpie ready to label to ensure correct reassembly. Then it's all about if they have separate keys or a keytree or sometimes just removing ba key and reseating fixes sticking problems. Get yourself a can of blow off or contact cleaner just in case. Not sure who locally to you sell parts but you can always call manufacturer and ask who does their distribution for parts.
Posted on Aug 26, 2011
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