Roland expands Digital Piano Range with HP702 and HP704 models

Two New Pianos To Complete The Set

The HP700 range of Roland Pianos come with a feature set suitable for your living room ensemble for years to come.

Marked for beginner’s use, newcomers HP702 and HP704 follow in the mould of the range, having Bluetooth and smartphone or tablet compatibility, and come with built-in tutorials for piano beginners.

 

 

In each piano in the series, Roland’s signature SuperNATURAL piano modelling engine is boosted either through internal speakers, which are equally accessible for home entertainment when the piano is not in use, or through headphones.

 

The main differences come through in the keyboards and speakers of the pair, with the HP702 hosting a PHA-4 standard keyboard and two 12cm speakers and the HP704 built with PHA-50 Keyboard and cabinet and near field speakers as well as spatial speakers.

 

Inspired by Roland's LX700 series, each piano is fitted in a sleek and slender frame that is lighter than the traditional acoustic, ensuring the compact piano can find a place in your home.

 

For more information, check out Roland Piano's Website.

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