The Yamaha PSR-E363 has 2.5 W amplifiers while the PSR-E463 has 6 W amplifiers. Therefore, the PSR-E463 can produce fuller and richer sounds. When the keys are pressed, the Yamaha PSR-E363 gives off louder and harsher clicking sounds than PSR-E463. However, this should not affect recording as the clicking sounds will not be recorded.
Both the Yamaha PSR-E263 and PSR-E363 have 61 keys, easy Song Book (via web download), Master EQ effect and Duo mode function. PSR-E263 is cheaper, slightly smaller and lighter than PSR-E363. The features of PSR-E263 have less variety, including but not limited to the following: PSR-E363 has touch-responsive keyboard, while PSR-E263 does not. PSR-E263 has 400 instrument sounds, […]
Both the Yamaha YPT-310 and PSR-E363 have 61 keys, easy Song Book (via web download) and touch-responsive keyboard. YPT-310 is slightly bigger and heavier than PSR-E363. The features of YPT-310 have less variety, including but not limited to the following: PSR-E363 has Master EQ effect, while YPT-310 does not. YPT-310 has 482 instrument sounds, while PSR-E363 has […]
The cheapest place to buy the Yamaha PSR-E363 is Amazon.
Please see this Yamaha PSR-E363 unboxing.