Roland RD-700GX Digital PianoProduct #703119 Roland 703119 CAB Stage Digital Pianos https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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The supreme piano for stage performance.
Step onstage and step up to the Roland RD-700GX, an incredible stage piano with impressive pianos onboard, plus audio-play and master control features. This electronic piano is powered by Roland's latest sound engine for incredible sound quality. The flagship RD-700GX leads the market with its SuperNATURAL instruments and a PHA II "Ivory Feel" keyboard with Escapement.
The RD-700GX is anchored by Roland's finest 88-key stereo multi-sampled piano engine, including an exceptionally expressive piano sound, with every note captured using a generous amount of wave capacity. In addition to its super-expressive onboard piano sound-sets, other essential instruments are built into this Roland piano, including electronic pianos. You can even customize and save your sounds for instant recall.
Your fingers will love the RD-700GX's top-of-the-line PHA II "Ivory Feel" keyboard with Escapement. This amazing keyboard technology reproduces the real surface feel of ivory acoustic piano keys providing a familiar stability and comfort to the pianist. The keys are designed to absorb moisture, ensuring a secure, slip-proof feel, even in the hottest stage environments where sweaty hands can spell disaster.
Another distinguishing feature of the RD-700GX is its electric piano sound bank derived from Roland's unique SuperNATURAL technology. Enjoy realism, expression, and control like never before with this special selection of EPs that provide amazingly authentic and organic tonal response.
USB Audio Enhancement
Play audio through the RD-GX directly from a USB memory key. Flexible file compatibility enables playback of Standard MIDI Files, .WAV, AIFF, and MP3s. The "Audio Key" feature lets you use the bottom 15 keys for controlling start song, song length, etc. In addition, you can connect directly to a PC via USB and tap into Cakewalk SONAR LE software, included in every RD-GX package.
For those who like to get inside an instrument and customize its sounds, the RD-GX's Piano Designer feature is your key to unlocking and personalizing the sound-set, down to the smallest details such as Hammer Noise, Damper Resonance, Duplex Scale and more. In the Roland RD-700GX, sounds can be further customized with the eight channels of powerful onboard multi-effects.
Sound Expansion, Master Control
Expand and personalize the internal sound-set by adding up to two optional Roland SRX expansion boards, then take your music to the stage. The RD-700GX piano makes a great master controller, thanks to multi-zone functionality and three MIDI outputs.
- Stunning 88-key stereo multi-sampled piano sounds
- 88-key weighted keyboards: PHA II "Ivory Feel" with Escapement
- SuperNATURAL electric pianos for unprecedented realism
- Audio playback of .WAV, AIFF, and MP3 files via USB memory; easy onstage control with Audio Key feature
- Piano Designer function for creating the perfect custom instruments, plus eight multi-effects processors
- Three MIDI outputs, multiple zones for master-control functionality
- Accessories: Owner's Manual, Audio Key Utility 2 Quick Guide, CD-ROM (Audio Key Utility 2, SONAR LE), Damper pedal, Power cord
All the features that make a cutting-edge stage piano. Order today.
RD-700GX Digital Piano Specifications:
- Keyboard: 88 keys PHA II Ivory Feel Keyboard with Escapement
- Sound Generator: Conforms to General MIDI 2 System, 88-key Stereo Multi-sampled Piano Sound
- Part: 16
- Maximum Polyphony: 128 voices
- Wave Memory: 256MB (16-bit linear equivalent)
- Normal Tones: 242
- SuperNATURAL E.Piano: 10
- Tonewheel Organ: 10
- General MIDI 2 Tones: 256
- Rhythm Sets: 5
- General MIDI 2 Rhythm Sets: 9
- Setups: 100
- Multi-Effects: 2 x 4 systems, 124 types,
- Reverb: 6 types,
- Chorus: 3 types,
- Sound Control: 3-band Compressor
- 4-band Digital Equalizer
- SMF/Audio File Player
- File Format
- Standard MIDI File: format-0/1, Audio File: WAV, AIFF (44.1 kHz, 16-bit linear), MP3
- *Audio File can be played with Audio Key Function.
- Output Jacks (L/MONO, R): 1/4 inch phone type, Output Jacks (L, R): XLR type,
- DAMPER Pedal, FC1 Pedal, FC2 Pedal, MIDI (IN, OUT1, OUT2, THRU/OUT3), USB (MIDI, Memory), Headphones Jack: Stereo 1/4 inch phone type, AC Inlet
- Arpeggiator: 150 styles
- Rhythm Pattern: 200 patterns
- Display: 128 x 64 dots graphic LCD with backlit
- Controllers: Zone Level slider x 4 (Assignable), Equalizer knobs, Reverb knob, Chorus knob, Multi-Effects Control knob x 2 (Assignable), Pitch Bend/Modulation lever, Assignable Switches (S1, S2)
- Expansion Slots: SRX expansion board: 2 slots
- Internal Memory: 4M bytes
- Power Supply: AC 117/230/240 V (50/60 Hz), AC 220 V (60 Hz)
- Power Consumption: 12 W
- Dimensions: 56-7/8"W x 5-7/8"H x14-13/16"D
- Weight: 55lb. 2 oz.
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Purchased a RD-700GX about 2 years ago and still gong strong. Amazing sound and capability. You can sit there for hours, completely losing track of time, playing around wth the settings and creating your next masterpiece.
I bought the RD700 because I wanted the absolute, best-playing keyboard I could find, and it has more than met my expectations. The action and feel of the keys are nothing short of stunning. I have a very nice grand piano that I play as well, but far prefer the action and feel of the RD700. The flexibility of the keyboard is very good as well, as is the variety of the included voices. While the piano sound is quite good, it isn't as good as the best software pianos for recording. There are some drawbacks. I was disappointed with the EP and organ sounds that Roland touts so highly. While these may be "authentic", the voices on my Yamaha P90 are more useable. The RD700 is also a bit heavy for gigging--I prefer my cheaper, lighter Yamaha . The lack of a music stand was a drawback as well. And the synthetic ivory key surface, while having a wonderful feel, does tend to trap dirt. These drawbacks were minor for me, though, and an easy tradeoff for getting the best-playing keyboard available.