The value version of the RX11, priced at 449£ compared to the 799£ Yamaha asked for his bigger brother. It adopts the same exact case, stripping down some of the features: less sounds, a slightly limited memory and no individual outputs for instruments.
Simplicity of use and quality of the digital sounds are retained, making it a good machine for professionals on a budget at that time.
The all plastic body, general bulkiness compared to the features offered and tech limitations (including a non backlit LCD) make this first series of RXs not a very good choice today compared to later, still easy to find, models.
|256Kbit wave ROM x 4|
|255 maximum parts within songs|
|Connection terminals and interfaces|
|Output L, Output R, Output Phones|
|Cassette IN, Cassette OUT|
|MIDI IN, MIDI OUT, MIDI THRU|
|Dimensions and weight|
|400w x 68h x 270d (mm) / 15-3/4” x 2-11/16” x 10-5/8”|
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