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Clashing notes yamaha dgx630

I paly a chord in the keyboard and sound extra notes, example i play in same time Eb G an Bb and clashing a Bnatural note....same problem whit other combination of keys.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Fred Yearian

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SOURCE: Yamaha Electronic Piano- certain notes malfunctioning

Either the first or second closure matrix line for the "A" keys is bad.

This may be a cracked or shorted circuit board.

A bank of diodes is used to prevent sneak electrical path if more than one octave has notes pressed.

First thing is to clean ALL the key contact areas and the conductive rubber pills with 99% isoprophyl alcohol.

This involves dis-assembly of the key area. If you are not competent in electronics, best left to a pro shop.

The keys are scanned in a matrix, two contacts per key and all the individual notes are in common (all the "A;s", "B's"...) And each octave is strobed for the first set of contacts and then for the second set of contacts. an the whole octave is read in parallel.

The reason for two contacts is one closes first and then the other as a key is lowered. The time between these is measured and is the note VELOCITY which for a piano controls the loadness of the note. IF ONE of the two fail, the loudness will vary as yours does.

Posted on Nov 27, 2009

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Michial Gueffroy

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SOURCE: Bb s and E notes have no sound

The manual can be found here if you need one:http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/manual/pdf/emi/english/port/psre403_en_om.pdf You can reset the keyboard (initialize) by following the instructions on page 56. Make sure you back up any data that you want to save to a computer. Let me know if this solves the problem

Posted on Nov 30, 2009

Michial Gueffroy

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SOURCE: I can't get my Yamaha

Reread your manual pages 14 and 15. Note page 14 tells you that "When using a monophonic tone generator such as the VL70m, the Normal Hold and Follow Hold functions CANNOT be used." I have both the WX5 and WX7. I also have both the VL70m and the WT11. The VL70m has a lot of better sounds, is editable and has better effects the WT11 allows you to use both follow modes. Any polyphonic midi keyboard with a midi in jack will allow you to use the follow modes. Read the directions on page 9 of your WX5 manual to hook your WX5 to the keyboard. Set your keyboard to receive all midi channels. I think it is Omni On, Poly. Hope this helps.

Posted on Nov 06, 2010

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SOURCE: The keys are broken and

Hi, i think you can. You can go to any of the Yamaha companies around you area and explain to them the problem of the keyboard. They will give you good and quality replacement part for your Keyboard.

Make sure you go to only Yamaha company to avoid getting a wrong part for your Keyboard.Avoid road siderepairsforissue like this,it's more complicated to handle

I guess that will do.

Thanks for using fixya...

Posted on Jan 12, 2011

Fred Yearian

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SOURCE: My Yamaha PRS-293 will not play any of the E keys

The key switches are scanned as a matrix. One of the matrix wires has broken or connector/cable is not making it... It will be a connection in common with the non-working keys.

Here is schematic:

http://elektrotanya.com/yamaha_psr-293_sm.pdf/download.html

On page 40 on the board labelled 61H-MK and the connector DMLCD-CN401 the connections to pins 11 and 12 with signal names N14 and N24 have become broken or disconnected before they get to the processor board.

Since these lines are NEAR an edge, the cable could be not quite in the connector at one end or the other. These two wires are what triggers the E and the A# key signals. There are TWO contacts per key as one closes first then the other... this is how they measure key velocity.

Posted on Jan 17, 2011

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