There are three models in the ROLAND LX700 series, providing a real grand piano experience for discerning players. The new series includes the flagship ROLAND LX708, the mid-range ROLAND LX706 and the entry-level ROLAND LX705
A few days ago, Roland released the new LX700 series of digital pianos, recreating the experience of playing a beautiful grand piano in a world-class venue. Provides excellent performance for discerning players, and innovates in tone generation, keyboard playing, live modeling and design.
LX705 | 2-way/4-speaker
Unlike typical digital pianos that create sounds through sampling, the pure acoustic modeling technology of the LX700 can mimic the way acoustic pianos produce sounds, including hammers striking the strings and sounds that resonate through the piano body. This method allows you to choose a model of a grand piano that is completely realistic but unique in tone: one for the European taste and the other for the American feel. Two super playable and customizable pianos are provided for LX700 players. Roland's PureAcoustic Ambience technology can convincingly simulate the acoustic characteristics of world-class concert halls, studios and even cathedrals, reproducing the sound space around the piano, which is especially impressive when using headphones profound.
The keyboard and pedals in the LX700 series faithfully respond to every nuance, so even highly sophisticated pianists do not need to adjust their performance or compromise expression. Roland's newly launched Hybrid Grand keyboard (LX708 / LX706) has longer key actions than standard digital pianos, so the player does not need to work harder to press the played keys. When playing a grand piano, the LX708 keyboard can even reproduce the effect of piano box resonance. In addition, LX708 is equipped with a newly designed response damper action, which can achieve the most realistic pedal expression.
LX708 | 4-way / 8-speaker
In addition to the keyboard difference, the above-mentioned technologies are standard in the entire product range. Convenient functions such as Bluetooth audio, dual piano mode, metronome, and the option of using headphones for private practice are also standard configurations. There is also a unique C-shaped hole on the front of the piano for natural sound projection. The user interface is designed to invite performances to minimize interference, elegant backlit buttons and complex knobs.
LX708 | Opening top lid
Each model of digital piano offers different combinations of elegant cabinet design, keyboard, pedal and acoustic projection speaker system. The flagship product LX708 has a tall operating piano box and an openable lid to achieve the best sound projection and a powerful eight-speaker audio system. The mid-range LX706 has a shorter piano case, a closed cover design and a six-speaker system, which matches the professional performance and has a higher cost performance. The entry-level LX705 has the most compact case, a four-speaker system and Roland's expressive PHA-50 keyboard, but still shares technology with flagship and high-end models. Depending on the model, the finishes include polished ebony, polished white, charcoal, black rosewood and light oak.
C-shape with wide aperture
Launched together with the LX700 series is Piano Every Day, a unique smartphone application that encourages players to play regularly. After the installation is complete, LX700 users can browse and purchase the Sheet Music Direct online sound library of more than 70,000 music scores, and then try to track and display the progress of learning new works when trying the "Timeline" project, and complete exercises when necessary. Piano Every Day can be downloaded for free from the App Store (iOS) or Google Play (Android).