Resetting Yamaha DGX-650 88-Key Graded Hammer Action Digital Piano

The DGX 650 is Yamaha’s newest model in their DGX line, which is marketed primarily towards beginning pianists and semi-professional players. The actual unit is quite heavy, but other than that, what you’re getting here is a real quality instrument that will up any pianist’s skill level and give you brilliant sound and dynamics for all of your personal performances. The interesting and unique features of Yamaha DGX 650 has played an important role behind its popularity. It is equipped with an 88 key weighted GHS action key bed, which provides a lighter touch in the high end along with a heavier touch in the low end. This new model uses PureCF sound engine, which makes its sound quality a top notch.

According to several user reviews, they have praised Yamaha DGX-650 for the piano provides some accompanying features that improves your playing and never let lose your face before the viewers; You can read the song and notations on the full dot LED Backlit display; The USB Flash Drive and AUX Line Output connect the piano with any musical device as well as any computer; Features like Smart Chord and Style Recommender covers every fault of you during playing. Also, some users have complained it for the new model of Yamaha assembles some great features that replaces the old model of Yamaha YPG 535, yet these new features are accessible through the layered menu function which is not so easily accessible.

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Factory Reset:

To restoring a DGX 650 to it’s factory settings, just simply power ON while simultaneously holding the “highest (rightmost) white key” on the keyboard.

Warning! This procedure will erase all Registration Memory and User song data, plus the other settings listed above. Before you perform this operation, check whether there is any data you want to keep.Hopefully the article of “Resetting  Yamaha DGX-650 88-Key Graded Hammer Action Digital Piano” can help you.

Reference: Yamaha DGX-650 manual

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