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My suzuki hp-3 piano doesn't make any sound. Piano is on, volume is tuned up but i cannot hear any sound

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What one? Keyboard or Piano?


That would depend on what you want to use it for. Assuming you mean a real piano, it's not portable, it can't be used with headphones for silent practice, and it will need periodic tuning and general maintenence. However, no electronic device is actually going to sound like a real piano, and no action feels the same as a real piano. Keyboards, on the other hand, can be played in different locations, have a larger variety of sounds, and are cheaper to maintain. As a pro musician, I own both. Actually a number of different keyboards, but only one piano

Jun 28, 2016 | Electric Music

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Why is there no sound


main board problem.. faulty ic.if all oher functions are working..on the main board change ic number ak4385 DAC

Sep 23, 2014 | Yamaha YPG-625 (YPG625) Digital Piano

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Playing certain 3 or 4 notes at a time causing sound of one or more extra notes.is there a quick fix?


Have a professional tune it for you. It may be that some strings have loosened/tightened.

Sep 06, 2012 | Yamaha P95 Digital Piano

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My Privia PX-3 will run fine for about an hour. After that, for example, if I am playing a piano sound and want to switch to organ, I press the organ button and the LED shows that I have chosen the organ...


This problem is NOT DIY and will likely require a trip to the repair shop... One possibility is a static discharge... Try running it for hours with no clothes on that can produce a static buildup and see if it behaves. If so, take maeasures against static... no rubber soled shoes, no wool fabrics, gound yourself to something else before touching the unit...

Aug 16, 2011 | Casio PX3 Privia 88Key Digital Stage Piano

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Need to be tuned.


Unless there is damage you should only have to clean them. Do NOT compare pitch to piano since on a piano the high notes are stretched up to 22 cents sharp and at the low end they are about 20 centts flat. If any of the tubes are cracked, it is fatal. Also do not be confused by worn or deteriorated hammers that may appear to be out of tune.

Jul 22, 2011 | Suzuki 25Note Chromatic Tone Chime Set

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Volume on the piano is less than half the volume it should be. Demo and play along songs play at full volume but keyboard wont no matter how hard the key is pressed, Is there a fix for this...


Pianos do NOT respond to keys pressed hard... they respond to FAST presses. If you have an issue with the piano, first go on record to activate your warranty. Most of these electronics DO have a setting that adjusts the "feel" which affects the loudness versus key velocity... Now here is a secret??? Shh... The manufacturers turn up the demos just like the advertisers turn up the commercials on the TV... I would suggest looking for the adjustment of feel, and if that doesn't get satisfactory results, find another and compare yours to another... if yours is still underperforming, exercise your warranty for repair or replacement.

Jun 11, 2011 | Williams Encore Digital Piano

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E5 flat and off pitch


Inspect for damage, especially hairline cracks. Also inspect for contamination or dirt that will change the resonant frequency. AND VERIFY the tuner you are using is accurate. Do not compare to a piano which MAY be out of tune... in fact, pianos are STRETCH tuned, that is the higher notes are SHARPED and the LOW notes are FLATTED deliberately. Comparing your chimes to a piano, the E5 would appear flat. Use a good electronic tuner to verify the pitch, not a piano,

Apr 02, 2011 | Suzuki 25Note Chromatic Tone Chime Set

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I have a Suzuki HP-97 electronic piano and the keys stick. What should I do to get them unstuck?


I called VMI Electronics and they sold me a repair kit called Key Mod, you can reach the company at: (619)244-0006 you can also orderer the repair kti through ebay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Key-Mod-Piano-Rod-Replacement-Kit-/190822310728?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2c6de56348

Jan 08, 2011 | Suzuki Music

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My Korg c15s has a lot of grating staticky noises when played ....I'm told it cannot be repaired as Korg no longer makes parts for this model?


I have a Korg C-15s and also experiencing loud crackling sounds when I turn it on. The problems seems to be either the sliding volume control or the amplifier itself. Honestly though, I believe the issue is the volume control. I opened my piano to get a closer look and attempted to clean the contacts on the volume. Unfortunately after cleaning the contacts, the crackling sounds became somewhat worse. After I turn the piano on, the volume control is generally rendered useless......volume set to low volume and the noise is quite loud and other times the volume control is set high and get very low volume crackling noise. No real consistency. The noise does diminish after a few minutes but so does the piano sounds to an inaudible level. There were a couple of instances where I turned it on and surprising enough, no no noise and perfect sound. For these reasons I believe the issue is within the volume control and not so much the amplifier. I have an electronics background and noticed that the volume control is very unique in design and is not something that can be substituted with another volume control from other sources.

My recommendation is to check the sound quality of the audio from the RCA L/R audio outs on rear of the piano by connecting to a stereo receiver. If it sounds fine you're in luck. If the crackling sound does not diminish after a few minutes like mine does, I would suggest disconnecting the internal speakers and using the audio out only. You can connect a pair of studio monitors or high quality computer speakers, preferably with a small subwoofer to deliver the full audio range and deeper tone of a real piano. I'm currently using a basic pair of Logitech computer speakers and is quite acceptable until I can afford a high quality set of monitors or relocate my piano closer to my high quality Yamaha receiver.

I hope this info helps a bit.

Aug 18, 2010 | Yamaha Full-Size Keyboard

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