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They are essentially the same keyboard. The DGX is marketed to beginners and the YPG to more advanced pianists, but as far as I can tell there are the same instrument. I bought a YPG235 for my teenage daughter and after playing it briefly can tell you that it is a very nice, affordable device. I am a big Yamaha fan and… see more They are essentially the same keyboard. The DGX is marketed to beginners and the YPG to more advanced pianists, but as far as I can tell there are the same instrument. I bought a YPG235 for my teenage daughter and after playing it briefly can tell you that it is a very nice, affordable device. I am a big Yamaha fan and this keyboard was in line with my high expectations. see less
By johnwd on December 10, 2013
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Sorry, but the only audio outs on this keyboard is a 1/4" headphone jack on the back. This keyboard is targeted to home/amatuer use - the built-in speakers can be cranked pretty high, but might not be loud enough for some. You probably could rig an external amp to the phone out, but you would probably be better off buy… see more Sorry, but the only audio outs on this keyboard is a 1/4" headphone jack on the back. This keyboard is targeted to home/amatuer use - the built-in speakers can be cranked pretty high, but might not be loud enough for some. You probably could rig an external amp to the phone out, but you would probably be better off buying a different keyboard that has dedicated outs. see less
By Bobby W. on April 2, 2014
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It has good internal speakers. The headphones are cheap and don't last long.
By Dilbert on October 5, 2013
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Unfortunately, no. Only a USB connection.
By Mark Mathew on December 12, 2013
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The power supply is not included when just the keyboard is purchased, it will be included if you purchase the bundle option.
By Electric Guitar SELLER on June 8, 2015
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Yes, just like playing a real piano but doesn't have weighted keys.
By justme on January 26, 2014
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the biggest difference is the yamaha ypg-235 has 76 keys instead of 61. In addition there's also soft touch. I hope this helps
By edward encarnacion on April 9, 2014
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The stand we received is black - we ordered it end of July 2012. It did come with a book rest that attaches to the top of the keyboard, centered behind the silver part of the top. The book stand is a dark gray composite plastic and simply snaps into the holes.
By Kamrn on January 28, 2013
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Yes it does come with a music rest, it's very solid and does the job perfect
By Kindle Customer on February 9, 2015
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If I'm understanding correctly, it has 489 voices, from the grand piano to start with, up to a variety of percussion. In between are all musical instruments, strings, variety or organ and piano styles, plus some non musical voices such as footsteps, fireworks, etc. More options than I could ever use. Sounds are righ… see more If I'm understanding correctly, it has 489 voices, from the grand piano to start with, up to a variety of percussion. In between are all musical instruments, strings, variety or organ and piano styles, plus some non musical voices such as footsteps, fireworks, etc. More options than I could ever use. Sounds are right on according to my ear! see less
By C. Myers on February 18, 2014