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How to plug in disklavier piano

Hi, how do we plug in our disklavier piano to a power source? I haven't used the piano with power for quite a long time and the manual doesn't tell you how.

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According to Yamaha you use regular AC power in. You may have to buy a somewhat special AC line cord though.

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I have two Yamaha's and I will say they are maintainable. Almost ALL the weighted piano key models use a keyboard made by one company as I understand it. I can easily get service manuals for the Yamaha, not quite as easy for the Roland... same goes for repair parts. Your decision... listen to each and decide. Hint: Use a set of headphones to do the compparision rather than internal speakers as the orientation in a music store can drastically change the sound.

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I have just bought a PRX612M. When I play my digital piano through it at low volume there is a buzz which is most noticable as the notes volume dies down. Loud it sounds great but i would love to know what...


1000 Watts? Well, those are peak values. !000 watts RMS into a 12 inch speaker and it would smoke... this is some of our inflated advertising. But that is beside rhe point... now on to your problem: What you are having is a ground loop. You may have to do more than one thing to correct this here is the things to do in the order to do them to solve the problem:

1. Connect the piano and the speaker to the SAME power source or receptacle, even if you have to run an extension cord, three wire of course. Plug all of this ONLY into a grounded outlet, if your house has only two wire plugs, then you need to get an electrician to install a grounded receptacle.

2. Use Balanced lines. This means XLR or TRS balanced cables between the piano and the speaker. Use the 1/4 inch jacks output, not the RCA ones.

3. Since the AUX outputs do not support balanced lines, the next step require you use DI box. They are about $20 from Guitar Center and others. With very short 1/4 inch mono cable connect the piano to the DI box from the L/R mono piano to the high impedance input port of the DI and set the ground lift switch to "LIFT". Use an XLR to XLR cable from the DI box to the speaker. This last step if needed is the last thing in our bag of tricks to break the ground loop that can cause the buzz. Dirty power, if you have lamp dimmers can be a source of the noise.

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I have a Roland FP 1 digital piano, serial #AL21141N. It has gradually quit putting out sound through the speakers. At the onset of the problem, I could fit it by jiggling the 1/4" speaker plugs,...


I first would suspect the switches on the eadphone jack. Normally these cut off the speakers when headphones are plugged in. These jacks and the switches are really weak, poorly made, and easily broken, especially if headphone cord gets yanked.

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Where can I get a power cord for a Roland HP-5500 digital piano? It is 20 yrs. old.


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Casio Privia Px-120 88 key digital piano frozed.


Not sure that this is the right answer.
But it works very well with other electrinic devices.

When you turn off the unit it resets itself.
ie: the parser code program on the IC (Integreated Chip) defaults to the base program
upon power up.
This problem commonly occurs from a voltage drop at a standard household outlet.
It can occur from other high draw electrical items that are on the same circuit being turned
on while your playing your keyboard.

So stay away from extension cords as these increase electrical resistance.
ie: you dont get enough power for the device.

Another thing that can cause this is power strips.
I know we all use these for certain items but they can wreak havok on electronic
components by not being able to supply enough power.

Best that if something like this happens to plug the item directly into an outlet.

And make sure that Momma's microwave isn't gonna kick in anytime soon.

Hope this info helps.

Bobby

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