Roland RP301 Digital Piano

Roland RP301 Digital Piano

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[gap]Roland RP301 Digital Piano –  

Perfect Piano Sound and Touch

The new RP301 is a perfect entry-level piano for students and hobbyists, with realistic sound and touch, and a small footprint. Packed with practice-friendly features, this piano has been designed with skill building in mind. Its onboard metronome, recorder, and Twin Piano feature make learning efficient and fun. The SuperNATURAL Piano engine delivers incredibly realistic sound and response, and the Ivory Feel-G keyboard is pure luxury. Enjoy a grand-piano experience at a fraction of the size and price.

  • – SuperNATURAL Piano recreating authentic piano expressiveness
  • – Ivory Feel-G keyboard for true piano feel and touch
  • – Easy access to features for practice and performance with dedicated front-panel buttons
  • – Metronome, recorder, and Twin Piano features convenient for skill building
  • – Environment friendly; low power consumption and Auto Off function
  • – Two beautiful cabinet finishes: Satin Black and Simulated Rosewood

Keyboard 88 keys (Ivory Feel-G keyboard)Touch Sensitivity 5 levels, Fixed TouchKeyboard Modes Whole, Twin Piano
Sound Generator

Piano Sound SuperNATURAL Piano SoundMax. Polyphony 128 voicesTones 30 tonesStretch Tuning Always OnMaster Tuning 415.3 Hz to 466.2 Hz (adjustable in increments of 0.1 Hz)Transpose -6 to 5 (in semitones)Effects Reverb (Off, 1 to 10)
Brilliance (-10 to 0 to 10)

Only for Piano Tones:
String Resonance (Always On)
Damper Resonance (Always On)
Key Off Resonance (Always On)

Track 1 trackSongs Recorder Section: 1 song
Internal Memory: Max. 10 songs
Note Storage Approx. 30,000 notesControls Song Select
Track Mute
All Song Play
Count-inTempo Quarter note = 10 to 500Resolution 120 ticks per quarter noteMetronome Beat: 2/2, 0/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 7/4, 3/8, 6/8, 9/8, 12/8
Internal Memory

Songs Max. 10 songs

Internal Songs 189 songsRated Power Output 12 W x 2Speakers 12 cm x 2Volume Level (SPL) 103 dB
* This value was measured according to the method that is based on Roland’s technical standard.
Display 7 segments, 3 characters LED
Control VolumePedals Damper (capable of continuous detection)
Soft (capable of continuous detection)
SostenutoOther Functions Panel Lock
MIDI Visual ControlConnectors DC In jack
Pedal connector
Input jack: Stereo miniature phone type
Output jacks (L/Mono, R): 1/4-inch phone type
MIDI connectors (In, Out)
Headphone jack x 2: Stereo 1/4-inch phone typePower Consumption 12 W (4 W to 24 W)Accessories Owner’s Manual
AC Adaptor
Power Cord (for connecting AC Adaptor)
Headphone Hook
Music Rest
Size and Weight ???with music rest installed???

Width (W)1,378 mm54-1/4 inchesDepth (D)424 mm16-3/4 inchesHeight (H)992 mm39-1/16 inchesWeight 39 kg86 lbs.
Size and Weight ???with music rest detached???

Width (W)1,378 mm54-1/4 inchesDepth (D)424 mm16-3/4 inchesHeight (H)834 mm32-7/8 inchesWeight39 kg86 lbs.
All specifications and appearances are subject to change.

*Catalogue Item = availability, price, image, model and specifications may differ at time of purchase, all be it after time of check-out/fulfilment of payment. For your own convenience, please confirm with us first.

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Charles Van Rensburg

    Hi. I’m looking for a piano for my daughter. I’ve been told that the Roland RP301 is what I should get. Do you have any. New or pre owned and what do they cost. I’m based in Cape Town.

    1. mercury

      Thank you for your comment, we have emailed you regarding the new Roland RP302. 🙂

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