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Digital Piano from Roland belonging to the RD series.

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  • Excellent portable piano

    Roland RD-700SXPublished on 07/24/14 at 05:27
    I will open this review by saying that I primarily purchased this instrument for the piano action and a reasonable piano sound. I am a classically-trained pianist and regularly need to perform at events where no piano is available and a lightweight keyboard just will not suffice.

    This instrument is a stage piano and therefore has a full, 88-key, piano action keyboard. This action makes the piano quite heavy (25Kg) but the pay-off is the realistic feel of the keys. I spent some time selecting my first stage piano and that was an RD-600. Eventually I upgraded to this instrument, purely because the previous piano had seen too many gigs to look attractive at classical events any more.
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    I will open this review by saying that I primarily purchased this instrument for the piano action and a reasonable piano sound. I am a classically-trained pianist and regularly need to perform at events where no piano is available and a lightweight keyboard just will not suffice.

    This instrument is a stage piano and therefore has a full, 88-key, piano action keyboard. This action makes the piano quite heavy (25Kg) but the pay-off is the realistic feel of the keys. I spent some time selecting my first stage piano and that was an RD-600. Eventually I upgraded to this instrument, purely because the previous piano had seen too many gigs to look attractive at classical events any more.

    Connections to the piano are very basic. There are balanced XLR and unbalanced 1/4” output sockets, a headphone socket, MIDI ports and three pedal inputs. The only other connections are power and a USB B socket, discussed later. The layout of the control panel is simple but effective. Almost everything has a dedicated button and those that don’t are easily accessible via menus on the clear, central display.

    Something that should be obvious is the lack of internal speakers. This piano requires connecting to an amplifier of some sort. I generally use a Yamaha StagePas for amplification since it is very portable yet provides stereo sound - necessary for really appreciating the piano sound. This is clearly a negative but if there were speakers mounted in this portable instrument they would, most likely, be facing up, towards me, and not to the audience. This would be useless for all the situations I need this instrument for.

    Internally there are just over 200 sounds, as well as General MIDI, and 185 rhythm patterns. There are also various different effects that can be applied to the sounds to give quite a variety of results. However, I tend to use this piano primarily as a piano so I have not dug deep into sound/effect combinations. There are expansion slots available for the Roland SRX expansion boards but I have not installed any in my instrument as yet.

    UTILIZATION

    Operating the piano is very easy. The simplest option is to turn the unit on and then press the one touch piano button. You are then playing the Superior Grand instrument and everything is setup as a classical piano. Edit options then allow you to raise or lower the lid, play with the mic positions and type, add or remove reverb and adjust the touch-sensitivity. All of these options are fairly unnecessary really since the standard sound has served me well over the years. The most useful section, as a pianist, on the instrument is the equaliser section with it’s parametric EQ. Rarely do I find myself in the same ambient environment and it is a matter of seconds for me to match the sound of the piano to the room - such as removing bass when playing on a wooden floor.

    When not using the one touch option it is possible to layer up to 4 sounds across the keyboard, two each side of the split point. Each sound has a dedicated fader and on/off button which can be very useful in a live situation. In addition, when an external MIDI device is connected the piano can control 4 external channels via the same faders - by toggling between internal and external sounds. I have used this piano connected to a Roland JV-1010 and controlled 8 sounds at the same time. All configuration on the keyboard can be stored in one of the 99 available presets and this includes any external configuration. This means that the MSB and LSB settings are sent across to the external device whenever a preset is selected. This means that I can leave the JV-1010 on the floor and trust that when I select the preset on the piano the external module will be configured immediately without any need to touch it.

    The sounds themselves can be edited quite deeply - in fact it is possible to use PC-based software to edit them ad-nauseam. There are a good selection and in combination I have achieved some fantastic results. However, a keyboard workstation this instrument is not. This is a performance instrument designed to be configured for quick, preset use on stage. This is highlighted by the lack of any sequencer for recording and the appalling addition of the rhythms.

    The included manual is well written for new and experienced users alike. As with all instruments, it is generally a case of play, fiddle, consult manual, play fiddle, consult manual. I have yet to not find what I am looking for in short order.

    SOUNDS

    The selling point for this instrument was the piano action. I tried many different stage pianos before settling on this action. Although this section is concerned with the sounds I wanted to reiterate that the score reflected here is affected by how much I enjoy the touch of this piano.

    All the sounds are crystal clear and a grouped sensibly. I have yet to hear any notes drop due to polyphony issues - even when playing Debussy. The two grand pianos and two electric pianos used for the one touch settings are excellent, although the ‘B’ grand piano is generally a little bright for my taste. The use of the faders as tone wheel controllers for the electronic organs is definitely a nice touch. It could be argued that some of the sounds are now getting a little dated. I would even agree that better overall piano sounds can be found elsewhere. However, with the ability to layer sounds together and play sounds from other, connected hardware the piano action is still what gives this instrument it’s edge.

    The rhythms are the low-point of the piano. There is a reasonable selection of different beats but with virtually no flexibility I find them so loud and unsympathetic that I fail to see the reason for their being on there. To compound this I continue to be surprised at the lack of a metronome on the piano. How difficult it would have been to one of these I can’t imagine but really? No metronome on a piano?

    In addition to the standard MIDI ports there is also a USB B socket to connect to a Mac or a Windows PC. Once connected it is possible to backup all the settings on the piano as well as use the piano as a MIDI controller. I regularly use this piano for recording into my DAW and I have never experienced any latency or drop-out issues.

    OVERALL OPINION

    There is no doubt that this instrument is expensive. Other digital pianos are available and, if you are not going to need to move it around, I would suggest looking at the Kawai or Yamaha digital pianos. Both these names have excellent hammer-action pianos and I regularly teach students on both. The difference with the RD-700SX is that it is portable - heavy yes, but portable and it has a fantastic action.

    If you are after a portable and realistic-feeling piano action and an acceptable piano sound then this instrument is for you. If you want a workstation with sound editing, recording and a raft of different effects then I would suggest looking elsewhere. I wanted a reliable piano that felt like my acoustic grand back home and I have yet to be disappointed with my RD-700.
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  • very good piano

    Roland RD-700SXPublished on 05/30/12 at 13:38
    Look up the features on the website.
    The reverb and chorus effects available are OK, but nothing special
    I don't edit the sounds

    UTILIZATION

    I think the keyboard is better than the yamaha which I had before, for example
    The overall setup is clear, patch and midi channel selection are pretty straightforward and the manual is well done

    SOUNDS

    I find the sounds quite useful and fitting for me. They are very realistic, the expression is suitable without being exceptional. I have no particular criticisms to make regarding its sounds nor do I have preferences.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've used it since 2004. I had a Roland master keyboard and then a Yamaha. I got interested in this piano due to......
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    Look up the features on the website.
    The reverb and chorus effects available are OK, but nothing special
    I don't edit the sounds

    UTILIZATION

    I think the keyboard is better than the yamaha which I had before, for example
    The overall setup is clear, patch and midi channel selection are pretty straightforward and the manual is well done

    SOUNDS

    I find the sounds quite useful and fitting for me. They are very realistic, the expression is suitable without being exceptional. I have no particular criticisms to make regarding its sounds nor do I have preferences.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've used it since 2004. I had a Roland master keyboard and then a Yamaha. I got interested in this piano due to its sound quality and keyboard.
    It has an acceptable price for this type of piano. I tried other brands, but in the end this is the one I chose. Its weight is all right, compared to other instruments.
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  • Good stuff

    Roland RD-700SXPublished on 05/14/12 at 09:32
    Everything has been said about its features.
    10/10

    UTILIZATION

    I don't play piano, I "thump" it. I'm in a '60s-'70s cover band (CSN&Y, Eagles, Beatles, America, ...). I gave up piano a couple of years ago. My wife insisted that I retake it, so I did, and the first thing I played was "Cathedral" by Graham Nash. Suddenly I had the bug again and I started using it once more.
    The manual is very comprehensive.
    The keyboard is simply stunning.
    Setup is both simple and very complex. The possibilities are huge.
    10/10

    SOUNDS

    I only use a fraction of the sounds. Mainly piano, organs, violin pads, and from time to time flute, sax, bass...
    The possibility to "split" the piano in four parts can......
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    Everything has been said about its features.
    10/10

    UTILIZATION

    I don't play piano, I "thump" it. I'm in a '60s-'70s cover band (CSN&Y, Eagles, Beatles, America, ...). I gave up piano a couple of years ago. My wife insisted that I retake it, so I did, and the first thing I played was "Cathedral" by Graham Nash. Suddenly I had the bug again and I started using it once more.
    The manual is very comprehensive.
    The keyboard is simply stunning.
    Setup is both simple and very complex. The possibilities are huge.
    10/10

    SOUNDS

    I only use a fraction of the sounds. Mainly piano, organs, violin pads, and from time to time flute, sax, bass...
    The possibility to "split" the piano in four parts can be interesting in certain cases..
    Sounds are realistic and effects allow you to add touches to it (although I don't use them much).

    9/70 (I haven't tested everything)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've used it for 5 years and I haven't gotten tired of it. I tested some other models before. I even came back with a Kurzweil, but it wasn't for me. I took my son along with me to exchange the piano for another model. When he heard the Roland, he said, "Dad, there's no doubt about it, this is the one." It just goes to show that we sometimes need a younger look at things.
    The weight might be a problem for some. It weighs almost 90lbs inside its flight case. I always need the help of someone else to take it down to our rehearsal room (which is in the cellar). I bought a cart so I didn't have to bother my "playing mates" too often.
    But the weight is a given, since you can't have such a key action mechanism on a unit weighing only 11-13lbs.
    For rehearsals I use the Juno, another Roland. I also use this keyboard for certain organ and violin sounds (they are different to the ones on the RD).

    I'd buy it again without hesitation.
    9/10 (due to its weight)
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  • Roland RD-700SXPublished on 06/15/05 at 14:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Aspect gnral trs plush, beautiful finishes, I regret the pitch wheel that makes a little "synthquot;
    Nice book with sustain pedals
    on the other hand, trs bulky (1.41m), trs heavy (26kg) .. there is nothing without

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is clear, not complicated like the use of the piano, trs accessible ds THE FIRST grip
    Nanmoins some BMOL bring:
    Rhythm-box is a little fastidueuse use, no gain knob that allows rapidly naviquer
    -Touch ... Packing ds the first test, I dchant little by little, the heavy touch is too heavy I got, you lose the fluidity, and we gain a sore arm .. .
    However, APRS use, it requires touching vritables adopt the positions of the School of pianists o......
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    Aspect gnral trs plush, beautiful finishes, I regret the pitch wheel that makes a little "synthquot;
    Nice book with sustain pedals
    on the other hand, trs bulky (1.41m), trs heavy (26kg) .. there is nothing without

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is clear, not complicated like the use of the piano, trs accessible ds THE FIRST grip
    Nanmoins some BMOL bring:
    Rhythm-box is a little fastidueuse use, no gain knob that allows rapidly naviquer
    -Touch ... Packing ds the first test, I dchant little by little, the heavy touch is too heavy I got, you lose the fluidity, and we gain a sore arm .. .
    However, APRS use, it requires touching vritables adopt the positions of the School of pianists o force must come from the arm, not your fingers if you want the master
    In short, APRS two months of use, I start little bit tame, but the road is still long ...

    SOUNDS

    Of course, day and night with everything I have tried until now:
    piano sounds rich tail, prcis, crystalline, with much expression as possible, big sounds in the bass
    Trs rhodes sounds correct, organ also
    slightly less good for the brass and other acoustic instruments, percussion and likewise

    OVERALL OPINION

    Finally, a standard quality-price ratio for the instrument suitable foremost pianists (beefy, because the gear is heavy), the art connectivity, a look trs class, easy to use
    But there is matriser keyboard hammers (not adjustable by Roland APRS) to adapt his game that requires the touch trs heavy
    My advice: try several times before they buy to be suitable as touch sr good.
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  • Anonymous

    Roland RD-700SXPublished on 06/27/05 at 12:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Everything is available here (https://www.rolandus.com/Multimedia/Flash/rd700sx/index.html)

    More particulirement: symtrique output (XLR), 2 midi out, 128-voice polyphony.

    UTILIZATION

    Touch is one of the best I jou (and I have many jou ...) or better than Yam Fatar. The race of the note is progressive and it goes well (not like Yam is too heavy).

    The config is super intuitive, and I just opened the manual trs.

    Trs performance as a keyboard matre (Midi). Possibility of making "Setup" assignable buttons for shortcuts (Ideal for live).

    SOUNDS

    I play jazz and variety type Al Jarreau, James Ingram, Benson, etc ... For a, the sounds of pianos and electric pianos are simply......
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    Everything is available here (https://www.rolandus.com/Multimedia/Flash/rd700sx/index.html)

    More particulirement: symtrique output (XLR), 2 midi out, 128-voice polyphony.

    UTILIZATION

    Touch is one of the best I jou (and I have many jou ...) or better than Yam Fatar. The race of the note is progressive and it goes well (not like Yam is too heavy).

    The config is super intuitive, and I just opened the manual trs.

    Trs performance as a keyboard matre (Midi). Possibility of making "Setup" assignable buttons for shortcuts (Ideal for live).

    SOUNDS

    I play jazz and variety type Al Jarreau, James Ingram, Benson, etc ... For a, the sounds of pianos and electric pianos are simply monstrous. I know that when you come from a keyboard aqurir we tend to use superlatives, but I possde lment a critical trsimportant: the live!

    It can be super fun with any keyboard at home with headphones, but nothing beats the baptism of fire! That's my opinion in these conditions that we know what "worth" REALLY sounds, and they are fawn texture. In this case, not only sounds are beautiful, ralistes and warm, but they spend a great mix (same way). I've had a week and I used every night (sometimes on rotten sound systems) and the fact.

    The clavinet is also well trs and effects for Rhodes or clav are great.

    A BMOL for pads and leads, but is not bcanne spcialisel in it, so ...

    The guitars are great and the bass / bass really great!

    OVERALL OPINION

    What I like least is its weight (25 kg) and length (141 cm) which makes Exceeds all flight standards, it has
    Anyway I bought it with full knowledge of causes, APRS t have super happy that my little silent trslger FP2, but became really Exceeds since the release of rd700sx.

    Before I had a: P80, RD700, FP2, Promega3, Technics SX-P30, plus all the stuff I could play on dates loc.
    This is the best keyboard I possd for now (even compared to the Promega ... yes!)

    Qualitprix report is correct.

    I do not use the rhythms and arpgiateurs bote. I have my BR-880 for a

    I will day
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  • Roland RD-700SXPublished on 12/30/05 at 04:44
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    Many functions on this piano / keyboard master opulent presentation. We face a real piano, digital and completely different approach must be an organ or an arranger: only by touch ... already!
    This is not a truism, but it must think differently ... and play to be convinced!

    UTILIZATION

    I just bought this beautiful digital piano and it gives me much satisfaction. on the other hand, there are additional functions which could have happened as the V-Link: you need to know if we made music or show biz.
    The handling of presets with the "cursor" is not always easy, and we should not lose sight of if one is on the rhythms, the arpeggiator, or upper and lower, otherwise it is completely......
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    Many functions on this piano / keyboard master opulent presentation. We face a real piano, digital and completely different approach must be an organ or an arranger: only by touch ... already!
    This is not a truism, but it must think differently ... and play to be convinced!

    UTILIZATION

    I just bought this beautiful digital piano and it gives me much satisfaction. on the other hand, there are additional functions which could have happened as the V-Link: you need to know if we made music or show biz.
    The handling of presets with the "cursor" is not always easy, and we should not lose sight of if one is on the rhythms, the arpeggiator, or upper and lower, otherwise it is completely re- and find the way, the correct preset!
    The rhythms are very "trendy", so beware if you find yourself at a cocktail party or a group of grandpas: the bunch, it's going!
    I will add a very interesting feature: the rotation of the leslie adjustable speed and intensity of the tweeter and woofer independently, and the offset of the acceleration of one and another. Final velocity to adjust as well. This function seems crucial to me because often the Leslie artificial turn too fast compared to the real.
    The keyboard is excellent, fluid compared to real pianos "wooden Reriti". This is the best touch on which I have ever play so far. For stories of forearm muscle fatigue: The question is what we want: the marshmallow cornflakes or concrete

    SOUNDS

    With pianos, organs, pads, and voice / synth, found his life in warm tones, haunting. It will surprise with the tangerine Dream as well as with Rhoda Scott. That said, everything is very well made and it is understood that Roland could not help but return to the sounds of their library going nuts everywhere: the koto limit inspiration as "explosion" of the rest: y ' over 200 who are being exploited exceptionally motivated. You take an arranger or expander 15 years ago, we find that the tessitura of no interest, let alone batterie.Bon kits, for marketing, Roland felt better to provide extensions of piano, orchestras etc ... € 330 for room.
    It lacks a few buttons for quick access to functions, because the "center cursor" limits the speed of access.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Despite these shortcomings, not everything can be perfect, the RD 700 Sx remains a key outstanding as the richness of its stamps by his touch. That said, too, for transport, it is not easy to find the "fly" adapted, and given the size of the vehicle and its weight, we must invest it better and safer: I know something to be taken under the right arm to go up three floors: it is dangerous and stupid! choose a keyboard according to the width of the floor!
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  • Roland RD-700SXPublished on 03/19/06 at 13:37
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    A number of sounds, 3 or 4 can be used as ... Sounds of piano and organ frankly not top not ...

    UTILIZATION

    Especially touching. Both soft and hard ...

    SOUNDS

    Trs piano sounds bad.

    OVERALL OPINION

    A beautiful design. But trsdcevant as piano itself. If it is to play jazz or the piano itself, has not done at all ... Trs sound in the short medium and treble ... Saturations of acute ... Trs really bad for imitation piano. Unplayable really. However, a keyboard scne yes, to accompany the music. Trs the beautiful tablecloths. To accompany, but to play really, no!
  • Roland RD-700SXPublished on 04/01/06 at 11:05
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    There is all I can ask and

    UTILIZATION

    Access to the various menus could be easier. But none of decoureageant.

    SOUNDS

    Sounds fantastic after your amplification RULES.
    I have tried many digital pianos with the same headphone (especially piano and sounds E.piano), the last Kawai. Personally I do not have AIM kawai piano sound (to taste) despite a good touch.
    When I tried the RD 700SX for me there was no photo.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just buy it. This piano is great. I plugged into a stereo. I was a little afraid to beginners but it was enough to set the channel to prevent it changes the sound. I dmentiel Dsormais sound (piano, E.piano. Etc) spread over 4 enceintes.Je think a......
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    There is all I can ask and

    UTILIZATION

    Access to the various menus could be easier. But none of decoureageant.

    SOUNDS

    Sounds fantastic after your amplification RULES.
    I have tried many digital pianos with the same headphone (especially piano and sounds E.piano), the last Kawai. Personally I do not have AIM kawai piano sound (to taste) despite a good touch.
    When I tried the RD 700SX for me there was no photo.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just buy it. This piano is great. I plugged into a stereo. I was a little afraid to beginners but it was enough to set the channel to prevent it changes the sound. I dmentiel Dsormais sound (piano, E.piano. Etc) spread over 4 enceintes.Je think a fundamental point not to judge me the piano is to plug it into an amplifier and speaker / quality monitors that do not turn the sound (as c'tait the case in a Paris department store). Try it with a good headphone! Its default? for now just the weight but I have not really planned to move and I still have many things to explore.
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  • Roland RD-700SXPublished on 08/03/06 at 14:57
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    See detailed: everything is there.
    Digital piano full + complete master keyboard.
    A little more for the USB connector to connect directly to the PC.

    UTILIZATION

    Reach firm without being too heavy, rapid rebound, to the proper make notes quickly repeated with the exact nuances.

    Response to the Settings button (5 presets + a 20aine nuances between each preset) from ultra light to super heavy.

    [edit] I just compare it with a Yamaha S90 ES is not nearly as late in the adjustment of keyboard response: Only four presets. This can go for most players, but for those who like hammering in the shade, the S90 ES HARD same set will not be as expressive as almost always stop when there......
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    See detailed: everything is there.
    Digital piano full + complete master keyboard.
    A little more for the USB connector to connect directly to the PC.

    UTILIZATION

    Reach firm without being too heavy, rapid rebound, to the proper make notes quickly repeated with the exact nuances.

    Response to the Settings button (5 presets + a 20aine nuances between each preset) from ultra light to super heavy.

    [edit] I just compare it with a Yamaha S90 ES is not nearly as late in the adjustment of keyboard response: Only four presets. This can go for most players, but for those who like hammering in the shade, the S90 ES HARD same set will not be as expressive as almost always stop when there is no limit concerns force with RD700sx. [/ edit]

    Manuel simple and complete.
    Ease of Use.

    Progressive sustain pedal! (Not the stupid switch on / off), to reproduce the effect of a half foot of acoustic pianos.

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are good, in large numbers (more than I need actually).
    Let's talk about what interested me most: the sound of acoustic pianos, of very good quality. There is choice in the tone, mellow to bright. A special mention to those with 88 keys were sampled one by one on 3 or 4 levels.

    The "ONE TOUCH PIANO" has several settings to make the piano sounds much more alive. Include:
    - Sympathetic resonance that reflects the harmonic rules between the notes played (dimmable)
    - Sympathetic resonance when the sustain pedal is pressed (3 adjustable parameters, but much more accessible in the settings of the multi-effect)
    - Adjustment of opening the lid of a grand piano (6 positions)
    - Simulation of a recovery from dynamic or condenser microphones, and remote adjustable
    - Each key (!) Can be micro-tuned as you see fit! (With presets and a 15aine user)
    etc..

    There is a way "pulls" for B3 type organ, in real time to adjust the various harmonics of the ... bleuffant enough, with an effect just as Leslie bleuffant.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I do not regret my purchase. I got more than I expected for the price and the price difference between a RD700SX RD300SX and is fully justified.
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  • Roland RD-700SXPublished on 10/14/06 at 15:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    88-key keyboard heavy
    about 500 sounds (488 to be prcis)
    level connectivity is classic jack, noon, thank you roland, XLR

    UTILIZATION

    Touch is absolutely fantastic. Of all the keyboards I had the hands (numriques pianos, keyboards, etc. ..) is by far the best. Touch is relatively lightweight, APRS is a matter of got, but it's a really great pianist.
    The config gnrale is simple and fairly intuitive, no problem this level. The manual is in English, too bad.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is bright enough. Many pianos, the sound of "grand piano" is paramtrable (how open the lid of the piano, did a little toy, but REALLY change the sound) I love the sound Overall the keyboard is pop, dynamic......
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    88-key keyboard heavy
    about 500 sounds (488 to be prcis)
    level connectivity is classic jack, noon, thank you roland, XLR

    UTILIZATION

    Touch is absolutely fantastic. Of all the keyboards I had the hands (numriques pianos, keyboards, etc. ..) is by far the best. Touch is relatively lightweight, APRS is a matter of got, but it's a really great pianist.
    The config gnrale is simple and fairly intuitive, no problem this level. The manual is in English, too bad.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is bright enough. Many pianos, the sound of "grand piano" is paramtrable (how open the lid of the piano, did a little toy, but REALLY change the sound) I love the sound Overall the keyboard is pop, dynamic and effective.
    The effects that I have almost no attempt at this time are good. VLOC nickel, RULES according to his game ..
    trs really good

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used to play another time on a RD700. The test of many other keyboards I have comfort in the ide it would be a RD700 (sx) or nothing. No regrets.
    The BTE is heavy, at least, you think it was worth our money, even if by taking it you say that the more lightweight would be better all of the same.
    quality price ratio: it's expensive, but worth it.
    I tested a few days scne, m'enfin if the 700 was going well, no doubt that the. This is a new friend I'm not prt me spare.
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