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#158433 - 12/07/02 12:53 PM Got my psr9000
zuki Offline
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Registered: 09/20/02
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Okay gang. Picked up the 9000 today. Thanks for the advice, tips and encouragement for my decision process. A very good condition unit, all works great, threw in 32 simms, hard copy manual unused, power cord...all for $1300. Now I have to get busy.
Regards,
Zuki
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#158434 - 12/07/02 12:58 PM Re: Got my psr9000
Scottyee Offline
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Registered: 12/01/99
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Loc: San Francisco Bay Area, CA, US...
Zuki: Sounds like you got yourself an awesome deal. Congratualations, and welcome to the world of Yamaha. Now go get busy . . . playing. - Scott
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#158435 - 12/07/02 12:58 PM Re: Got my psr9000
trtjazz Offline
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Registered: 08/01/02
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zuki,
Congrats and enjoy looking forward to hearing a tune or two from you on it.
Terry
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#158436 - 12/07/02 05:27 PM Re: Got my psr9000
zuki Offline
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Registered: 09/20/02
Posts: 4187
Thanks.
Question already....the seller erased the music library and had no factory disk. Do you think if I download the current os, it'll put in the library also or must I seek out a factory disk?
Thanks,
Zuki
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#158437 - 12/07/02 09:22 PM Re: Got my psr9000
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where did you buy it...is there a other one

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#158438 - 12/07/02 10:44 PM Re: Got my psr9000
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Registered: 02/23/01
Posts: 3849
Loc: Rome - Italy
Zuki,
if you download the OS you should get also the music finder database and all the OTS settings.
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#158439 - 12/08/02 08:46 AM Re: Got my psr9000
DonM Offline
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Registered: 06/25/99
Posts: 15628
Loc: Benton, LA, USA
You can get the "deciphered" version from Yahoo PSR style group. It has the correct name of the songs.
DonM
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#158440 - 12/08/02 10:43 AM Re: Got my psr9000
zuki Offline
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Registered: 09/20/02
Posts: 4187
Thanks all. I was up till 3 am with the board. Thanks to Simon's friend, I had a whole pile of styles to go through. Not having a zip or other storage devices yet, I did the floppy from cd thing, listening to every single one. My family thinks I'm nuts and can't understand how I could enjoy something so 'tedious'. Oh the joy of being different...
Yang..I think there is one on ebay currently from a pawn shop.
Dreamer and Don..thanks for the tips. Hope to get that done today.
Scotty...I'll be thinking of you on Monday!
I LOVE THIS BOARD. The keyfeel is soooo much better than the 2000. The acoustic/grand piano is the same, but I can live with it for mix use. It's better when I use -1 octave and use the middle keys. The buttons to me are much better positioned than the 2000. I like the direct disk function. Iove not hunching over to see the screen. The video out was impressive to the family (of all things!) In time, I know I'll love the extras. The internal sytles I'm very used to, the other styles (g1000/em1000) really blow my mind. A couple of Wersi are cool. A few Solton are ok too. Next come the Technics, VA, 209, X1, on and on...if I could get my hands on pa80 sytles..
Zuki
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#158441 - 12/08/02 11:44 AM Re: Got my psr9000
BEBOP Offline
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Registered: 01/02/00
Posts: 3770
Loc: San Jose, California
HI ZUKI,
I have the 9000 too. I will be happy to try to help you with questions, problems, needs, etc., as others on this forum have done for me. I have had it for only a few months so I am still learning but willing to share.
I would suggest Vince Cochrane for the hard drive. I am super pleased with the unit I got from him, ready to drop in, formated and loaded with songs and styles. He is in UK. His service was second to none. I am pleased and will deal with him again I am sure.
Much happiness with your new board
BEBOP
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#158442 - 12/08/02 02:09 PM Re: Got my psr9000
zuki Offline
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Registered: 09/20/02
Posts: 4187
Hello BEBOP,
Small world, but Simon's friend I eluded too earlier in the post is Vince! I'm going to drop him a note tonight. Appreciate your services if needed and now I'll see if I'm doing the updates correctly.
Thanks again,
Zuki
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