[NAMM] Roland LX-15
Roland introduces the LX-15 Digital Piano, an upright-style instrument with grand piano sound and attitude.
The LX-15 features Roland’s SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine, plus a newly developed Acoustic Projection sound system designed to deliver a multi-dimensional sound field.
The LX-15 features a traditional and upright cabinet with a polished black ebony finish, a six-speaker system and multi-channel internal processing.
The built-in piano selection has been expanded in the LX-15. In addition to modern grand-piano sounds, a newly added Early piano category contains four fortepiano variation and two harpsichord variations.
The LX-15 is also equipped with Roland’s PHA III Ivory Feel keyboard with Escapement. In addition, the LX-15 is equipped with Progressive Damper Action Pedal with half-pedal recognition, and the top lid of the piano can be opened and closed for tonal variation.
The LX-15’s built-in recorder lets you capture your performances as audio and/or MIDI data. Recorded audio data can be saved onto USB memory, and copied to an external computer for making audio CDs or for uploading to the Internet.
The LX-15 Digital Piano is available now.
For more information, visit www.RolandConnect.com.
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