Yamaha PSR-E373



  • Successor to the PSR-E363
  • 61 Standard keys with velocity sensitivity
  • 622 Sounds (incl. 22 drum / SFX kits, 339 XG lite and 20 arpeggios)
  • 205 Styles
  • 154 Internal songs
  • 48 Voice polyphony
  • 2 Track sequencer / 5 user songs
  • 1 One touch setting per style
  • Effects: Reverb, chorus, master EQ, harmony
  • Arpeggio 176 types
  • Duo mode
  • SMF format 0 & 1
  • Registration memory
  • Metronome
  • Transpose
  • Includes Keys to Success learning function
  • Backlit LC display
  • USB-to-Host (Midi & Audio)
  • AUX In (Stereo mini)
  • Headphone jack
  • Connection for sustain pedal
  • Speaker system: 2x 2.5 watts
  • Battery operation possible 6x AA, not included in the delivery
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 945 x 369 x 118 mm
  • Weight: 4.6 kg
  • Includes power supply PA-130 and music stand
  • Incl. voucher for two free online lessons at a Yamaha music school in German language
  • Suitable cover (not included in the delivery): Article no. 486652 and article no. 493056
available since October 2020
Item number 502147
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Keys 61
Illuminated Push-Button No
Touch-Sensitve Yes
Aftertouch No
Storage Medium Internal
Lyrics Function No
Score Function No
Vocal Harmony No
USB Audiorecorder No
MIDI interface 1x USB
Microphone input No
Polyphony 48
Speaker 2x 2,5 W
Dimensions in mm 945 x 369 x 118
Weight in kg 4,6 kg
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822 AED 209,24 €
Plus 275 AED shipping
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Johnguitars 26.11.2020
The black and white bits are well made with no odd mechanical noises unlike the Casio it is replacing which clicks and grunts all over the place. The piano is very convincing as are the strings and jazz / rock organs. The few pipe organs are just OK, not nearly as good as the NP series. Orchestral sounds are quite useable. One big improvement is in the realism of the auto backings compared to earlier models. Just two complaints, first the display is blinding with seemingly no way to adjust it. I have cut a rectangle of black plastic to cover it while I am playing. Secondly the auto acc is set to a predictive mode which may be fine for playing country or the blues but is rubbish for anything else. E.g. if you are playing in C and you decide to play A the keyboard insists on playing Am! You need to read the book to figure out how to turn it off. This could be a big issue for sale folks demonstrating the keyboard in the showroom and could lead to numerous customers thinking the machine is faulty.


Lots of bang for the buck
Kev2 13.05.2021
Had this for about 5 months now using it for band work. Keys are not my main instrument and I bought it because, as the heading says, I figured it gives plenty of features and good sounds for a relatively modest outlay. In this respect it doesn't disappoint.

Sounds are generally very good, although some are more convincing than others. Strings are good (marcato is very useful), as are organs. When using the arpeggiator to try to emulate tremolo mandolin it sounds too artificial to be useful however.

Audio input is useful for playing backing tracks when rehearsing online.

The number keypad is an essential feature for selecting voices and functions speedily. The DSP, harmony, split keyboard, dual voice and arpeggio features are generally useful. However, even with the number pad, feature selection takes too long to be practical during a gig. This is where the programmable settings register comes in, allowing you to set up the keyboard with complex settings and then call them up with just two button pushes. However, there are only nine of these available and I really feel it needs more (my other Yamaha keyboard has twice the number). This is my main criticism, and it's really only an issue when playing gigs.


Everything I need as a beginner
MiguelBe 22.08.2021
I started to learn to play and I wanted a 61 key keyboard that had MIDI over USB so I could connect it to my iPad to use with apps like SimpyPiano, Flowkey, etc. All the reviews online pointed to this one and it has not disappointed.

Since it also provides an audio interface, I can hear both the keyboard voices and the piano learning app through the headphones or the keyboard speakers, which is a HUGE plus.

I have not fully explored all the features it has, but I found a mild annoyance and that's why I have handling a 4 star: Depending on the voice I select, the MIDI notes are moved one octave down, i.e. C3 becomes C2. While this can be solved by transposing notes to -12 in the settings, it is still a bit annoying.


Excellent for starters
M1laen 10.02.2022
Very intuitive handling and it's a proper build keyboard in this price range.
I am a beginning player and what I like most about this keyboard is that even though it has a ton of functions, you don't get lost in them and that makes playing more fun.


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