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clebig 7:59am on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 
Overall, I am VERY happy with my decision to purchase this television 14 months ago. i hate this tv, and will be selling it as soo...  2 months after the sharp factory warrenty expired i started having problems with my tv.
2square 12:43pm on Saturday, August 21st, 2010 
By the way, this review was being written on this product This TV has given me fine service. My only reservation is that the 32" version of it. Good TV Good TV but sharp had to replace it with a newer model which is more expensive and better. RIP 64 Series Aquos
packardc 12:09pm on Thursday, August 19th, 2010 
Sometimes I wonder if companies actually take...  Good price, reasonable input selection, good SD conversion Soft HD images, poor color saturation.
alexsoft 6:05pm on Sunday, May 23rd, 2010 
This is a terrific large flat panel TV. The sharpness and color is exceptional. The factory defaults were too saturated, however. Strengths: Stunning resolution Vivid color Strong Video Processing Stylish Design Weaknesses: Not much.
abloylas 4:59pm on Wednesday, May 5th, 2010 
The TV is great , the delivery was outstanding and the delivery was on time First off, yes I do see banding on vertical and horizontal pans with solid bright back grounds.
hoishing 7:52pm on Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 
"I bought this 65" SHarp, after reading others reviews and was expecting a crystal clear, unmatched picture. After setting it up. "We just purchased the 65" sharp and everyone who walks in the room is amazed. We still sit speechless. The picture is unbelievable.
adder 1:52am on Friday, April 2nd, 2010 
This by far is one of the best if not THE BEST in the market right now! Simple but sleek lines make this TV stand on its own. Aside from its sharp. I have a SONY 56 "Attractive Design","Bright Image","Good Resolution","Good Connection Options","Simple Controls","Fast Setup","Reduced Glare".

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Service charges incurred due to a lack of knowledge relating to how a function or effect works (when the unit is operating as designed) are not covered by the manufacturers warranty, and are therefore the owners responsibility. Please study this manual carefully and consult your dealer before requesting service.


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IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or another
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s DSP Depth

The PSR-510 features a built-in digital signal processor (DSP) that can be used to apply a range of reverb and delay effects to the PSR-510 voices. The [DSP TYPE] button in the OVERALL CONTROL section (page 21) determines the type of effect to be applied, while the VOICE section [DSP DEPTH] button lets you individually set the amount of effect applied to each orchestration part.
XPress the [DSP DEPTH] Button....


Press the VOICE control section [DSP DEPTH] button. The current DSP depth value of the selected part will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.

CSet the DSP Depth.....

Use the [+] and [] buttons, the number buttons, the data dial, or the [DSP DEPTH] button itself to set the desired DSP depth. The depth range is from 00 (no effect, direct sound only) to 15 (maximum effect). The default DSP depth value (06) can be recalled instantly by pressing both the [+] and [] buttons at the same time.
The PSR-510 delivers true stereo sound, and you can use this parameter to individually set the stereo (pan) position of each orchestration part to create a broad stereo image of your sound.
XPress the [PAN] Button....
Press the VOICE control section [PAN] button. The current pan value of the selected part will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
CSet the Pan Position....
Use the [+] and [] buttons, the number buttons, the data dial, or the [PAN] button itself to set the desired pan value. The pan range is from 7 (full left) to +7 (full right). A setting of 0 places the sound of the selected part in the center of the stereo sound field. Other settings produce in-between positions. 4, for example, would place the sound between center and full left. The center pan position (0) can be recalled instantly by pressing both the [+] and [] buttons at the same time.
The new pan value will apply from the next note played i.e. you cant pan the sound of a note while it is playing.

s Auto Harmony

Auto Harmony is used with the PSR-510s Auto Accompaniment feature except for Full fingering mode (see page 23). It automatically adds appropriate harmony notes to a single-note melody line you play on the keyboard. You can choose from 10 different types of harmony that can be assigned to the right-hand orchestration parts.

The Auto Accompaniment will continue playing even if you lift your fingers from the Auto Accompaniment keys. You only need to press the Auto Accompaniment keys when changing chords.
q Mode 4: Multi This is a combination of the Single and Chord 1 modes. In this mode the PSR-510 automatically discriminates between Single and Chord 1 mode fingerings and generates the appropriate accompaniment.
If more than two keys are played and all but the highest key are black keys, and the chord is not recognized by the Chord 1 mode, the highest note will be interpreted as the root of a minor (m) chord. If more than three keys are played and, excluding the highest key, are a mixture of black and white keys, and the chord is not recognized by the Chord 1 mode, the highest note will be interpreted as the root of a minor-seventh (m7) chord. If more than two keys are played and all but the highest key are white keys, and the chord is not recognized by the Chord 1 mode, the highest note will be interpreted as the root of a seventh (7) chord.
q Mode 5: Full In this mode chords played anywhere on the keyboard are detected and used for Auto Accompaniment. Otherwise the keyboard functions normally, and the entire range is available for playing. Chord recognition is the same as in the Chord 1 mode. Please note that in this mode all notes you play on the keyboard at any one time will be interpreted as the Auto Accompaniment chord.
A single note one octave lower than the lowest note of the chord is recognized as a bass note, and a single note eleven notes upper is recognized as a melody note.
Stop Accompaniment function
Chords played in the Auto Accompaniment section of the keyboard are also detected and played by the PSR-510 Auto Accompaniment system when the accompaniment is stopped (except for Full fingering mode). In this case the bass note and chord voices are selected automatically.

s Tempo Control

The [TEMPO] button can be used to control the tempo of AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT, SONG MEMORY, and MULTI PAD playback (see pages 41 and 44 respectively).
ZPress the [TEMPO] Button....
Press the OVERALL CONTROL section [TEMPO] button. The current tempo (beats per minute) will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.

XSet the Tempo.....

Use the [+] and [] buttons, the number buttons, the data dial, or the [TEMPO] button itself to set the desired tempo.
The available tempo range is from 040 to 240 beats per minute. Each accompaniment style has a different default tempo which is automatically set whenever a new style is selected (but not when a new style is selected while the accompaniment is playing). The default tempo for the currently selected accompaniment style can be recalled instantly by pressing both the [+] and [] buttons at the same time.

Try different combinations of tracks with each style. Some styles will sound best with the full arrangement (all tracks ON), while others might suit your needs better if a smaller arrangement is used. To thin out an arrangement, the PHRASE 1 and PHRASE 2 tracks are the first ones youll want to turn OFF. Another way to use the tracks is to gradually build up the arrangement during the course of a song. Start with a small arrangement e.g. RHYTHM 1, BASS, and RHYTHMIC CHORD 1 then add tracks one by one as you want to thicken the musical texture. Some styles will actually sound quite different depending on the combination of tracks you choose. Try, for example, just RHYTHM 1, BASS, and PAD CHORD.

s Re-voicing the Tracks

To make the TRACK buttons even more versatile, the PSR-510 features a REVOICE function that lets you individually change the voices and several related VOICE section parameters assigned to each track. The parameters that can be changed using the REVOICE function are as follows:
Voice Number (Percussion Kit Number) Volume Pan DSP Depth Octave
ZSelect a Track to Re-voice....
Press the TRACK button corresponding to the track you want to re-voice while holding the [REVOICE] button. Both the selected TRACK and [REVOICE] button indicators will flash. At the same time, the number of the voice currently assigned to the selected track will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY.
At this point you can play the selected tracks voice on the keyboard. Keyboard percussion is automatically turned on if the RHYTHM 1 or 2 track is selected.
XMake the Required Voice Settings....
Use the [+] and [] buttons, the number buttons, the data dial, or the [VOICE SELECT] button itself to select a new voice for the selected track. You can also use the [VOL], [OCTAVE], [DSP DEPTH], and [PAN] buttons to change the corresponding parameters for the selected voice.
You can use the REVOICE function either while the accompaniment is playing or stopped. You cannot edit the orchestration parts while the REVOICE indicator is flashing. You can play the keyboard and hear the re-voiced voice except for OCTAVE changes.
CRepeat For All Tracks To Be Re-voiced....
Repeat steps 1 and 2 to re-voice all the tracks you want to change.
VConfirm the Re-voiced Data....
Press the [REVOICE] button when you've finished re-voicing the desired tracks to confirm the re-voiced data. The [REVOICE] button and selected track indicators will light.
BTurn REVOICE OFF to Restore the Original Voices...

BStop Recording.....

Stop recording by pressing the [ACCOMP] track button. Recording can also be stopped by pressing the [ENDING] button, [FADE IN/OUT] button, or the SONG [PLAY/STOP] button. The [REC] indicator will go out and the voice number will be shown on the MULTI DISPLAY a few seconds after recording is stopped. Song memory will return to the measure at which recording was started.
--- will appear on the MULTI DISPLAY while the PSR-510 is processing recorded data.


s Realtime Melody Track Recording
The SONG MEMORY MELODY tracks record the following operations and data:
Key on/off (i.e. notes played on the keyboard). Key velocity. Voice number (Percussion Kit Number). Volume. Pan. DSP depth. Harmony on/off & harmony type. Effect on/off & effect type. Sustain (footswitch) on/off. Pitch bend. Octave.
* MULTI PAD data cannot be recorded to SONG MEMORY.
ZSelect a Voice and Set the Voice Parameters...
Select the voice you want to record with (the R1 and R2 voices can be used), and set the voice effects and other parameters as required.
XSelect a Track and Engage the Record Ready Mode...
Press one of the MELODY track buttons [1] through [5] while holding the RECORDING section [REC] button. Both the [REC] button indicator and the selected MELODY track indicator will flash, indicating that the SONG MEMORY is ready to record. If the OVERALL CONTROL section [METRONOME] button indicator is lit the metronome will also begin to sound at the currently selected tempo, while the MULTI DISPLAY BEAT indicator dots flash at the current tempo. The current measure number in this case 001 will be shown on the MULTI DISPLAY.
Previously-recorded SONG MEMORY tracks that are turned ON (their indicators are lit) can be monitored while recording. If you dont want to hear any of the previous tracks while recording, simply press the corresponding SONG MEMORY TRACK buttons so their indicators go out. Only one melody track can be recorded at a time. If the MELODY track record ready mode is engaged, Auto Accompaniment is automatically turned off.


Gate Time Settings

MULTI DISPLAY GATE TIME MIN. (Most staccato) 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% MULTI GATE TIME DISPLAY 06 60% 07 70% Normal 08 80% 09 90% 10 MAX. (Most legato)
The current gate time setting is retained in memory even when the power switch is turned off, as long as batteries are installed or an AC adaptor is connected.
VPlay a Note or Chord....
Play the note on the keyboard corresponding to the pitch of the note you want to enter, or a chord if you want to enter a chord. You can then press the [STEP FWD (PLAY/STOP)] button while still holding the note or chord as many times as necessary to extend the length of the note or chord by the specified step size.
When several notes are played simultaneously, all the notes will be recorded at one time as a chord after the last key pressed is released. This is a handy technique for the chord progression recording.
To Enter a Rest Rests can be entered by pressing only the [STEP FWD (PLAY/STOP)] button immediately after specifying the required step size for the rest. The MULTI DISPLAY During Step Record During step recording the leftmost digit on the MULTI DISPLAY represents the current beat, and the rightmost two digits represent the current clock within the current beat (each beat consists of 96 clocks). The BEAT indicator dots function in the same way as they do in the Auto Accompaniment mode. Stepping Backward In the STEP RECORD mode the [RESET] button functions as the [STEP BWD] (step backward) button. You can use this button to step backward through the recording by the currently specified step size while erasing the data.


The following chart shows the step size and gate time settings required to enter a variety of notes:


Three times
Its also possible to specify the step sizes for all notes by specifying the shortest required step size and then using the [STEP FWD] button to enter all other note lengths.
In the case shown to the left, press and hold , press [STEP FWD] and then , and then release.

s Local & MIDI Output ON/OFF
The [LOCAL/MIDI OUT] buttons and indicators below the TRANSMIT CH [L] and [R] buttons can be used to turn local control and MIDI output ON or OFF as required. The status of the LOCAL and MIDI OUT indicators changes as shown below each time the corresponding [LOCAL/MIDI OUT] button is pressed:
When LOCAL control is turned ON (indicator lit), the PSR-510 is controlled by its own keyboard. When LOCAL control is off, playing the PSR-510 keyboard produces no sound it can only be played by MIDI data received via the MIDI IN terminal. When MIDI OUT is turned ON (indicator lit), operating the PSR-510 produces MIDI output. When MIDI OUT is turned OFF (indicator out) no MIDI output is produced by the PSR-510. LOCAL & MIDI OUT ON/OFF controls note on/off only. All other data is always output automatically. Since LOCAL & MIDI OUT ON/OFF status is memorized in the Registration Memory, you can select the tone generator to be used (PSR-510 or an external tone generator) by changing the registration memory. Auto accompaniment will not function when Left LOCAL OFF is selected. Auto accompaniment note on/off data will not be output when Left MIDI OUT OFF is selected.


s Voice & Polyphony List
The PSR-510 can play up to 28 individual notes at the same time (i.e. it has a maximum polyphony of 28). This number includes all voices used: dual, split, auto accompaniment, song memory, and multi pads. If the maximum polyphony of the PSR-510 is exceeded, the excess notes will be truncated (they will not sound). Another feature affecting polyphony is the fact that some PSR-510 voices actually use two voices at once, as shown in the voice list below. The effective maximum polyphony of the PSR-510 is correspondingly reduced when these voices are used.
The voice list includes the MIDI program numbers that control each voice when the PSR-510 is played from an external MIDI device.
MIDI Voice Program Number Number 42 43

Voice Name

Acoustic Grand Piano Bright Acoustic Piano Electric Grand Piano Honky-tonk Piano Electric Piano 1 Electric Piano 2 Harpsichord Clavi Celesta Glockenspiel Music Box Vibraphone Marimba Xylophone Tubular Bells Dulcimer

Chromatic Percussion

Drawbar Organ Percussive Organ Rock Organ Church Organ Reed Organ Accordion Harmonica Tango Accordion


Acoustic Guitar (nylon) Acoustic Guitar (steel) Electric Guitar (jazz) Electric Guitar (clean) Electric Guitar (muted) Overdriven Guitar Distortion Guitar Guitar Harmonics
Acoustic Bass Electric Bass (finger) Electric Bass (pick) Fretless Bass Slap Bass 1 Slap Bass 2 Synth Bass 1 Synth Bass 2


Violin Viola Cello Contrabass
Number MIDI Voice of Voices Program Number Number Used 87 1
Voice Name Tremolo Strings Pizzicato Strings Orchestral Harp Timpani


Strings Ensemble 1 Strings Ensemble 2 Synth Strings 1 Synth Strings 2 Choir Aahs Voice Oohs Synth Voice Orchestra Hit
Trumpet Trombone Tuba Muted Trumpet French Horn Brass Section Synth Brass 1 Synth Brass 2
Soprano Sax Alto Sax Tenor Sax Baritone Sax Oboe English Horn Bassoon Clarinet
Piccolo Flute Recorder Pan Flute Blown Bottle Shakuhachi Whistle Ocarina

Synth Lead

Lead 1 (square) Lead 2 (sawtooth) Lead 3 (calliope) Lead 4 (chiff) Lead 5 (charang) Lead 6 (voice) Lead 7 (fifth) Lead 8 (bass+Lead )
Number MIDI Number Voice of Voices Program Voice Name of Voices Number Number Used Used 2 Synth Pad 88 Pad 1 (new age) Pad 2 (warm) Pad 3 (polysynth) 91 Pad 4 (choir) Pad 5 (bowed) Pad 6 (metallic) Pad 7 (halo) Pad 8 (sweep) Synth Effects 96 FX 1 (rain) FX 2 (soundtrack) FX 3 (crystal) 99 FX 4 (atmosphere) FX 5 (brightness) FX 6 (goblins) FX 7 (echoes) FX 8 (sci-fi) Ethnic 104 Sitar Banjo Shamisen 107 Koto Kalimba Bagpipe Fiddle Shanai Percussive 112 Tinkle Bell Agogo Steel Drums 115 Woodblock Taiko Drum Melodic Tom Synth Drum Reverse Cymbal Sound Effects 120 Guitar Fret Noise Breath Noise Seashore 123 Bird Tweet Telephone Ring 125 Helicopter 126 Applause Gunshot * The following voices use only one voice 2 in the indicated ranges: 46 (Pizzicato Strings): all notes below C#2 and above
F5. 110 (Bagpipe): all notes above A#2.

Appendix s Style List

# Name Pop
16-Beat Pop 8-Beat Pop 8-Beat Light FolkRock Detroit Pop Pop Shuffle Pop Rock Showtune

Panel Name



16-Beat 8-Beat 8-Beat 16-Beat 12-Beat 12-Beat 12-Beat 8-Beat


Contemporary 16-beat pop. Bright piano/guitar-based 70s pop. Eight-beat easy-listening style with arpeggiated piano part. Guitar-based folk-rock. Motown-style rhythm, with modern touches. 70s European pop-shuffle. Upbeat, fast pop-rock. Try using your own chords in the intro and ending. Bouncy, fully orchestrated style from 40s/50s musicals. Use SYNC-START and press desired starting key for elaborate intro. Warm, romantic American soul ballad style. Romantic pop ballad Slow ballad with full arpeggios and fancy organ fills. Piano-based ballad with slow arpeggios. Huge drum fills in Intro and Fill In 2. Pop ballad style from the 60s and 70s, featuring gentle strings accompaniment in MAIN A and full orchestra in MAIN B. Slow rock ballad with triplet feel and classical overtones. Fast, 16-beat Eurobeat sound, for disco and house music. 80s English disco sound. Italian house music. Rap/dance feel, especially for one-chord songs. Try playing with CHORD 1 & 2 off. Contemporary soul ballad with funky bass. PHRASE 1 adds high string lines and PHRASE 2 adds bass. Fast, machine-like 6/8 computer groove with synth bass. Big band disco party style, hugely popular in Europe. Philadelphia disco style from the 70s. Disco sound with a Latin feel echoes of American TV themes from the 80s. Late 70s New York disco style. The world-famous (and recently revived) 70s Swedish disco sound. Updated Polka style. Latin percussion in Rhythm 2. Eight-beat rhythm and blues from the 60s. Upbeat West Coast soul ballad. Bright and brassy 60s Chicago Rhythm & Blues style. Gospel ballad groove for slow tempo songs. New Orleans R&B from the 50s. Chicago-type blues shuffle. Simple-but-effective Memphis R&B groove. Oaklands East Bay funk style, with fat horn section and big finale for ending. Funky guitar and funky brass stabs in a funky organ-driven shuffle. Funky! Fast, hard-driving rock. P2 brings in cymbal crashes with every chord change. Hard-driving boogie with distorted guitar. Mid-tempo guitar-based rock. Smooth pop-rock style. Try bringing in the instrument parts one by one. Slow rock pattern with triplet feel and House of the Rising Sun-style arpeggios. Slow rock ballad. Use RHYTHM 2 to add crash cymbal at chord changes. Take out PHRASE 1 & 2 (guitars) for smoother sound. Classical instruments like harpsichord and strings over a pop music rhythm section.

Boogie Woogie BOOGIE Twist Rockabilly 16-beat Rock & Roll Ragtime Dixieland Big Band Big Band Ballad Swing Swing Waltz BeBop Jazz Ballad Jazz Waltz Fusion Fusion Shuffle Mambo Merengue Beguine Bomba Guaguanco TWIST ROCKABILLY 16RK&ROLL

Traditional Jazz


Contemporary Jazz

Latin Pop
Pop Bossa Bossa Nova Slow Jazz Samba Modern Cha Cha Latin Rock Ska Calypso Reggae 16 Reggae 12 Bluegrass Country Pop Country Rock POP BOSSA SLOW BOSSA JAZZ SAMBA MOD CHA CHA LATIN ROCK SKA CALYPSO REGGAE 16 REGGAE 12 BLUEGRASS C POP C ROCK 8-Beat 8-Beat 16-Beat 16-Beat 16-Beat 8-Beat 16-Beat 16-Beat 12-Beat 16-Beat 8-Beat 8-Beat 8-Beat Nine-Eight 12-Beat 12-Beat


Country & Western
Country Ballad C BALLAD Country Waltz C WALTZ
Country Shuffle C SHUFFLE Western Shuffle W SHUFFLE

s Style List

# Name World Music
88 Polka Traditional Waltz Sevillianas Bolero Lento
8-Beat Three-Four Three-Four 8-Beat 16-Beat 8-Beat 8-Beat Six-Eight Six-Eight
Traditional Polka style with acoustic instruments. Try altering the arrangement by bringing the accordion and the horn parts in and out. European waltz with guitar, accordion, clarinet, bass, drums and a string pad. Use CHORD 1 & 2 and PHRASE 1 for guitar/accordion arrangement. Fast waltz time almost flamenco style. Guitar-based style, quite romantic. Bolero Lento is related to Rumba and can be used as a slower variation. Spanish guitar style, with relatively full orchestration. Contemporary Indonesian pop sound. Traditional march style. Trombones at CHORD 1, trumpets at CHORD 2, french horn at PHRASE 1, piccolo at PHRASE 2, xylophone at PAD. Marching brass band. Change chords during the drum intro to add brass accents. Named after the Tarantula spider, whose bite might cause one to dance in this style, this rhythm is used in the popular song Funiculi Funicula. This slow waltz (or English waltz) style has been arranged in the style of a small band. Traditional ballroom style Tango. Latin rhythm best known from the opera Carmen. A standard ballroom dance. This style is suitable for many ballads and slow mellow jazz or swing tunes. Relaxed, ballroom waltz. Guitar is at CHORD 1, accordion at CHORD 2, pizzicato strings at PHRASE 1, clarinets at PHRASE 2 and mid-register strings at PAD. Strict tempo Foxtrot for ballroom dancing. Jive (or Boogie) is a fast ballroom dance. Rumba played in the style of a ballroom orchestra. Related to Beguine and Bolero Lento. Standard ballroom Samba. Guitar is at CHORD 1 & 2, with 2 playing the lower strings. Turning RHYTHM 2 on/off provides additional variation. Strict tempo ChaCha style for ballroom dancing. Try starting only with RHYTHM 2, BASS and CHORD , then bring in other instruments one by one. Flamenco-style rhythm, featuring Spanish guitar. Turning RHYTHM 2 on/off provides additional variation. Modern rap/hip-hop rhythm with turntable scratching and other effects. RHYTHM 1 & 2 can stand on their own as basic rhythm tracks. Hard-driving synth bass and space bleep synth percussion. Modern arrangement of old Japanese pop style. Upbeat Afro-Caribbean dance rhythm with kalimba at PHRASE 1 and xylophone at PHRASE 2.

q Page Memory Default Settings
ORCHESTRATION On/Off VOICE No. O 01 X 52 X 33 X 06 Off 1 O 06 O 53 O 37 X 35 Off 1 O 19 O 18 O 35 X 33 Off 1 O 57 O 89 O 51 O 48 Off 1 O 63 O 96 O 88 O 64 Off 1 O 30 O 85 X 86 O 102 Off 1 O 83 O 123 O 26 O 89 Off 1 O 13 O 115 X 12 O 33 Off 1 O 23 X 106 O 26 X 04 Off 1 O 62 O 67 O 33 X 01 Off 1 O 25 O 53 O 25 O 52 Off 1 O 06 O 05 O 06 O 51 Off 1 O 20 O 53 X 21 X 54 Off 1 O 04 X 01 X 02 X 03 Off 1 O 62 O 57 O 48 O 59 Off 1 O 54 O 92 O 53 O 92 Off 1 VOL PAN --3 --3 -2 -2 -2 ---2 -1 -0 OCTAVE ---1 -1 -1 --1 -1 -1 ---1 -1 -1 -1 --0 -0 -1 -1 -1 --0 -1 -1 -1 --1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -0 --1 -0 -0 -1 -1 ---1 -1 VOICE DSP HARMONY DEPTH On/Off TYPE 6 Off Off Off Off Off Off Off Off Off Off Off Off Off Off Off Off 6 AUTO OVERALL CONTROL MULTI CUSTOM ACCOMPANIMENT PADS ACCOMP EFFECT STYLE VOL TEMPO SPLIT POINT P.B. TOUCH 1/2/3/4 style00 On/Off TYPE No. Split mode Accomp. Range On/Off SENSE









4 preset Rap x4

4 preset Rave x4

4 preset Enka x4

4 preset Zouk x4
* The song memory has no default data, so all data it contains will be erased when a reset operation is executed. * The MIDI local on/off default settings are R=ON, L=ON.
* The MIDI OUT default settings are R=ON, L=ON. * The default [EDIT] button indicator setting is R1.

s Troubleshooting

Something not working as it should? In many cases what appears to be a malfunction can be traced to a simple error that can be remedied immediately. Before assuming that your PSR-510 is faulty, please check the following points.
PROBLEM The PSR-510 speakers produce a pop sound whenever the power is turned ON or OFF. Reduced volume Poor sound quality. Improper demo or song memory playback. MULTI DISPLAY has gone out and the panel setting has been set to default. POSSIBLE CAUSE/SOLUTION This is normal and is no cause for alarm.
The batteries probably need to be replaced. Replace all six batteries with new ones of the same type, as described on page 5.
Not all simultaneously-played notes sound.
You are probably exceeding the maximum polyphony of the PSR-510. The PSR-510 can play up to 28 notes at the same time including split, dual, auto-accompaniment, and multi pad notes. Notes exceeding this limit will not sound. Auto accompaniment wont sound right if youre using SINGLE type fingering when the SINGLE mode is not selected (page 26). Are you sure youre playing in the Auto-Accompaniment section of the keyboard? Are you playing chords that the PSR-510 can recognize (see chord types on pages 25, 26, and 27)? The orchestration part to which the voice is assigned must be turned ON (page 10). Make sure that the voice volume parameter for the orchestration part to which the voice is assigned is set to an appropriate level (page 13). The edit mode for the voice to which the changes are to be applied must be turned ON (page 12). Some sections of some styles have no data in the rhythm track. Try turning Auto Accompaniment on and fingering an appropriate chord. The Auto Accompaniment should begin to play. Sustain ON/OFF status will be reversed when POWER is turned on with the Footswitch pressed or the footswitch is plugged in while it is being pressed. Turn POWER OFF and turn it back ON to return to normal status. You may have executed the clear function from a point in the middle of the track, thus only clearing the data after that point. Press the [RESET] button to go to the beginning of the track, then clear. When sending Custom Accompaniment, Song Memory, Multi Pad, and/ or Registration Memory data to the PSR-510 as separate blocks from a sequencer or other MIDI device, either send all blocks in succession leaving no more than a 2-second break between blocks, or wait until the voice display appears on the PSR-510 after each block and send the blocks separately.

Voice & polyphony list.. 61 Voice assignment (Voice select). 12 Volume, accompaniment. 31 Volume, master.. 7 Volume, voice.. 13

Gate time.. 49

Harmony types.. 15 Headphones.. 6 Quantization.. 51
Percussion Kit List / Verzeichnis der Schlagzeug- und Percussion-Set
* < indicates the content is the same as that of Standard Kit. * Only 1 note can be played at a time when Keyboard Percussion is engaged. * The number in parentheses () after the percussion kit name is the MIDI program number. * The corresponding MIDI note numbers for the notes listed in the chart below are actually one octave lower. For example, the MIDI note number for note #36 (C1) in the chart is note #24 (C0). * < zeigt an, da der Inhalt identisch mit dem Standardset ist. * Bei aktivierter Keyboard Percussion-Funktion kann zu einem Zeitpunkt jeweils nur eine Note gespielt werden. * Bei der neben dem Namen des Percussion-Sets in Klammern ( ) gesetzten Nummer handelt es sich um die Programmnummer. * Die entsprechenden MIDI-Notennummern fr die in der unteren Tabelle aufgefhrten Noten liegen tatschlich eine Oktave tiefer. So ist beispielsweise die MIDI-Notennummer von Note #36 (C1) in der Tabelle die Note #24 (C0).

100 101

C1 C#1 D1 D#1 E1 F1 F#1 G1 G#1 A1 A#1 B1 C2 C#2 D2 D#2 E2 F2 F#2 G2 G#2 A2 A#2 B2 C3 C#3 D3 D#3 E3 F3 F#3 G3 G#3 A3 A#3 B3 C4 C#4 D4 D#4 E4 F4 F#4 G4 G#4 A4 A#4 B4 C5 C#5 D5 D#5 E5 F5 F#5 G5 G#5 A5 A#5 B5 C6 C#6 D6 D#6 E6 F6

1: Standard (0)

Click (Square wave) Brush Tap Brush Swirl Brush Slap Brush Swirl W/Attack Snare Roll Castanet Snare H Soft Sticks Bass Drum H Soft Open Rim Shot Bass Drum L Bass Drum H Hard Closed Rim Shot Snare L Hand Clap Snare H Hard Floor Tom L Hi-Hat Closed Floor Tom H Hi-Hat Pedal Low Tom Hi-Hat Open Mid Tom L Mid Tom H Crash Cymbal 1 High Tom Ride Cymbal 1 Chinese Cymbal Ride Cymbal Cup Tambourine Splash Cymbal Cowbell Crash Cymbal 2 Vibraslap Ride Cymbal 2 Bongo H Bongo L Conga H Mute Conga H Open Conga L Timbale H Timbale L Agogo H Agogo L Cabasa Maracas Samba Whistle H Samba Whistle L Guiro Short Guiro Long Claves Wood Block H Wood Block L Cuica Mute Cuica Open Triangle Mute Triangle Open Shaker Jingle Bell Bell Tree Voice One Voice Two Voice Three Voice Four Voice Are You Sure?

5: Analog (25)

< < < < Reverse Cymbal < Hi-Q Snare Analog L < Bass Drum Analog L < Bass Drum Analog M Bass Drum Analog H Closed Rim Shot Analog Snare Analog M < Snare Analog H Analog Tom 1 Analog Hi-hat Closed 1 Analog Tom 2 Analog Hi-hat Closed 2 Analog Tom 3 Analog Hi-hat Open Analog Tom 4 Analog Tom 5 < Analog Tom 6 < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < Scratch H Scratch L < < < < < < < < < <

6: Jazz (32)

< < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < Natural Tom 1 Dark Hi-Hat Closed Natural Tom 2 Dark Hi-Hat Pedal Natural Tom 3 Dark Hit Hat Open Natural Tom 4 Natural Tom 5 < Natural Tom 6 < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < <

7: Brush (40)

< < < < < < < Brush Slap L < < < < < < Brush Slap H < Brush Tap Brush Tom 1 Dark Hi-Hat Closed Brush Tom 2 Dark Hi-Hat Pedal Brush Tom 3 Dark Hit Hat Open Brush Tom 4 Brush Tom 5 < Brush Tom 6 < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < <

8: Classic (48)

< < < < < < < Snare Classic L < Gran Casa L < Gran Casa M Gran Casa H < Snare Classic M < Snare Classic H Natural Tom 1 Dark Hi-Hat Closed Natural Tom 2 Dark Hi-Hat Pedal Natural Tom 3 Dark Hit Hat Open Natural Tom 4 Natural Tom 5 Hand Cymbal Long L Natural Tom 6 Hand Cymbal Short L < < < < < Hand Cymbal Long H < Hand Cymbal Short H < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < < <
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