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It's easy. On the back there is a 1/4" jack for outside audio. You can plug in earphones or send the signal to an external audio amp. I totally love my YPG-235. I am handicapped by stroke -- my left side is non-functioning, so I play the left hand chords with my right hand and save that in the memory. I playback the memory and add the right hand to it -- works great. It's a marvelous piece of good engineering. Dave George
Mar 31, 2014 by dlgeo100
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Yes it does come with a music rest, it's very solid and does the job perfect
Feb 9, 2015 by Kindle Customer
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Unfortunately, no. Only a USB connection.
Dec 11, 2013 by Mark Mathew
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yes they are shown on the display as you press the keys
Dec 25, 2014 by PJ
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The premium pack comes with headphones, a stand, and the power cable for the keyboard. The standard version of the keyboard comes with nothing other than the keyboard itself.
Oct 1, 2013 by Lawrence
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Yes, just like playing a real piano but doesn't have weighted keys.
Jan 26, 2014 by Rose M. Dickson
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Unit has only a sustain input. It has no input for volume control.
Mar 9, 2015 by psrsteve
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Keyboard does transmit MIDI information but only to a "host" computer. It will not drive or "talk" to another midi instrument.
Feb 7, 2015 by psrsteve
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Yes, beat is consistent like a metronome - you set the speed. It also has a metronome voice that mimicks that device exactly.
Feb 7, 2015 by psrsteve
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Not including batteries, it weighs 18 lbs. 5oz.
Nov 9, 2014 by John Waller
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