Roland introduced the RP-201 Digital Piano, an instrument designed to bring "the rich and beautiful sound of a grand piano within everyone's reach."
Featuring an 88-key stereo multi-sampled sound engine and 128-note polyphony, the RP-201 is designed to provide “realistic sound and a natural playing response.”
Equipped with a built-in stereo speaker system, the RP-201 delivers “three-dimensional sound with volume control.”
Available in a Satin Black or Rosewood finish, the cabinet provides a smooth-sliding keyboard cover, three integrated pedals, and a headphone jack for silent practice. Roland technology also enables the RP-201 to feature environmentally friendly, low-power consumption without sacrificing output level.
For more information, visit their web site at www.rolandus.com.
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