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  • Roland HP102e

    Roland HP102e - Audiofanzine FR's review

    12/03/08

    (Originally written by Momo-piano/translated from Audiofanzine FR) Features: Eight octaves, 88 hammer action keys. Max. polyphony: 64 voices Power consumption: 55 watts Three pedals: damper, sostenuto, soft. Two headphone outputs (usef…

  • Roland EP-760

    Roland EP-760 - Audiofanzine FR's review

    12/01/08

    (Originally written by pat48/translated from Audiofanzine FR) This piano was not conceived for professional musicians. If you're a beginner or an average pianist, if you need an easily transportable piano, or if you want a budget piano wi…

  • Roland RD-150

    Roland RD-150 - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    This is a simple piece of gear. It has a very nice hammer-mechanism piano keyboard, a few sounds, midi connection, basic sequencer. $800 UTILIZATION Very easy to use. Hold 2 preset buttons to layer 2 sounds, etc. I've had the RD-150 for 3 years a…

  • Roland RD-700SX

    Roland RD-700SX - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    Here's what's missing: (1) a recording feature (how hard would it be to include a little hard drive or memory card slot on board?); (2) a built-in sheet music stand (although easily corrected for under $15, it's very annoying to have to do so); and (…

  • Roland RD-150

    Roland RD-150 - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    It got a ALOT of samples onboard... and a whole bunch of effects. This module is enough to make some really good music. 64 voices, 16parts, 8 slots for expansion cards (SR-JV-cards). Price paid $1000 UTILIZATION It is pretty easy to use. Add a co…

  • Roland RD-150

    Roland RD-150 - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    There are enough features to begin learning how to produce music and gain fundermentals in theory of composition, shame you can load samples onto it like the MC-505 and shame about the sequencer Price paid £150 (£300ish?) UTILIZATION Definatly th…

  • Roland RD-150

    Roland RD-150 - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    Nothing missing as such, but now the price has fallen I'd be inclined to go with the better specced and sampling XV 5080 Price paid £1300 UTILIZATION I have had no problems and I'm not all that techie. The manual is not bad, and being able to sea…

  • Roland RD-150

    Roland RD-150 - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    I only use it as a master controller to send MIDI notes to my sequencer, and it does the job very well. Satisfied! Price paid $899 UTILIZATION Very easy to use. It only has a few buttons on its panel. Plug and control I never took the RD-150 to …

  • Roland RD-500

    Roland RD-500 - Alkyos's review

    11/05/06

    88 weighted keys, like a piano 32 non-editable sounds, 2 effects, independent non-editable Chorus and Reverb. Super-precise low, mid, high mini equalizers. 64-note polyphony MIDI In, Out and Thru Stereo headphone output, mono (L) and stereo (L+R…

  • Roland RD-170

    Roland RD-170 - tumblehome's review

    05/28/06

    Piano numrique scne of 88 notes, touch piano (hammers mcaniques) 16 sounds (4 by its variation) Reverb, Chorus, Keyboard splitable. Output L / R, 2 headphone outputs, MIDI in / out, 2 between expression pedals (including sustain pedals included…