Exploring the Digital Frontier

Experienced pianists can always remember the feeling they had when they sat down and played a beautiful piano for the first time.
When an instrument responds to the subtleties of your playing it inspires you to play better.

In the past, digital pianos have struggled to emulate their acoustic counterparts, but over the past few years, all of that has changed.

Through decades of R&D, and endless modifications to the playability and acoustic modeling, Roland is now proud to deliver its next generation of pianos that will impress even the most decerning pianist.

Finally, you can enjoy all of the advantages of a digital piano
while being inspired by the responsiveness and tonality of a timeless instrument.

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Pure Acoustic Modelling and Connecting to Bluetooth

Roland’s Pure Acoustic Modelling Technology

Roland’s Pure acoustic modeling is found in the award-winning LX700 series of pianos.

There are different technologies used by manufacturers in digital pianos today. Roland has always tried to provide the most expressive and natural sound possible to the player. Through thorough research and development, Roland created “Supernatural” technology, which is used in our FP, RP & F series digital pianos.

Common industry practice with digital pianos is to use sampling technology or a recording of each note of a piano. There are many variables at play here, how long each note is recorded for, at how many different volume levels. Many manufacturers only record each note for 2 or 3 seconds.

Advantages of Connecting to Bluetooth

Roland’s new Bluetooth-equipped HP and LX pianos will change the way you practise, perform and compose. The advantages of Bluetooth on a piano are considerable! Bluetooth could even change the way you play. Importantly, there’s never been a digital model on the market to feature this tech.

Until now. Choose a digital piano from Roland’s latest Bluetooth-equipped HP or LX range, you can wirelessly connect with your mobile device (phone or tablet). Whether you want to access sheet-music and tutorial apps for iOS/Android, record your own original music. As a result, you can use DAW or accompany your favourite song as it streams through the piano speakers. Bluetooth is the wireless, mic-less, painless solution.

The LX-708

The LX708, the flagship model and most professional of the LX700 series, recreates all the pleasures of playing a traditional grand piano in a great live venue or a large auditorium.

For its exemplary one-piece design and soft fallboard, the LX708 was honoured with the Good Design Award 2018 from the Japan Institute of Design and Promotion.

The FP-90

If you play the piano, you understand that inspiration can come from anywhere—where you play, who you play with, and of course, the audience you perform for. If you want to take your music to the people, the Roland FP-90 Digital Piano will help you get there.

It packs Roland’s flagship piano sound engine and keyboard into a sleek, modern cabinet that also houses a multi-channel speaker system with enough power for performing in intimate venues.e, the piano is an instrument you can play for life.

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