So you want to rock out on a piano, but you have no space for a 9 1/2 feet long Steinway grand piano and it is 3am so the volume would not pan out anyway, the Roland F-110 has got your back.
It is a digital piano with recording capabilities, multi voice, pedals, weighted keys and it's compact with its own speakers.
I helped a friend find a piano that would work for him. He wanted a no frills, good sounding piano sound. Weighted keys were a must. These aren't cheap, the piano, stand and bench was $1200. I have played and recorded with it, a great unit!
The keys feel great. It sounds like a real piano. It is very compact. When set up, I believe is sits less than 10 or 12 inches out from the wall.
When you crank the volume up past 5, which is the halfway point, the speakers begin to distort depending on the patch and how hard you play. That is well, idiotic on a $1200 keyboard. I could accept it on a $120, but not a professional piano.
Well built. The case feels like sturdy wood. This thing has some weight to it. I do not think this would make a portable unit, but a great stay at home substitute for an upright.
Sit down and close your eyes, you will swear it is a real piano. The keys feel like a real piano and the sound is great.
How many octaves? 88 notes
How many sounds effects available? Are ditables? A dozen variations of timbre
What connection (Audio, MIDI, pedals ...)? ... intgres pedals, output jack, MIDI, 2 headphones
The touch keyboard is it enjoyable? Should you use? Touch perfect (for me anyway), rendering it really looks like a classical piano.
Configuration gnrale Is it easy? No configuration ncessaire THE FIRST use the sign of CONTRL is very easy to take over from the little buttons Submitted
The manual is clear and sufficient? ... good documentation, multilingual
The sounds they agree your style of music? Trs good sound and sound reproduction. Ngatif single point, the speakers are not intgres top, and a system that prfrera connect external sound to enjoy a good quality background.
The expression is good? (Raction VLOC the aftertouch)? Touch is perfect, small BMOL on Fortissimo that are a little weak
How long have you use it? 3 months
What is the particular feature you like best and least? The design is really beautiful trs (I have the white version). Just some difficulty mounting the furniture, the Shma installation is not clear trs (nothing to do with the Shma ikea)
How do you report qualitprix? Excellent report when you see the price of a piano classic furniture
How many sounds, effects available?
306 sounds (but what's the point on a piano), reverb, 3 band equalizer
What connection (Audio, MIDI pedals ...)
Complete connectivity: input / output audio jack 6.5 mm (which is rare on a digital piano), MIDI In / Out, 3 pedals, 2 assignable as example to start or stop the sequencer, or to modulate the second volume of his in layer (fun for tablecloths)
The touch keyboard is it nice? Should your use?
For comparison with the Yamaha Arius YDP 161, CLP320, Kawai CN22 on, I think the F110 is the lightest keyboard. But it is very correct when, like me, you just typed a master keyboard synth like the old A33.
To stay at Roland FP4 is better than that but less FP7.
The general configuration is simple?
There are 65 classic tracks in memory. Each song is recorded on 3 tracks: support, left hand, right hand. It is possible to disable the track that you want to play by example instead. I find this feature very useful for learning. Especially since most pieces are found in the book of sheet music (60 total)
In general I find the ergonomics well thought despite the small LED display and few buttons.
The layer and split functions are easily accessible during a song.
The manual is clear and sufficient?
The sounds they are suitable to your style of music?
I find the piano sound really good by default. It's better than a Yamaha or Kawai in this price range.
on the other hand must really listen avoid amplification of the piano. On my Mackie MR8 or with a good headset is perfect.
I also love the electric piano and pop "Rich Strings.
Other sounds may help, but nothing more.
For how long have you been using it?
What thing do you like most/least about it?
Most: the sound of the piano for this price, the look (I blank)
Minimum: a little light touch
Did you try many other models before getting this one?
Yes: CN22 Kawai, Yamaha YDP 161 / CLP320, Roland FP4/FP7/RP201 (the same as the F110, only the cabinet changes)
What is your opinion about the value for the price?
Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
digital piano 88 keys, great product I love it. heavy hit his fabulous pedals integrated
it is beautiful, do not take place, I love the cache that serves panel, the instructions operation is complete is quite clear
lot of possibility, primarily piano, multiple sound effects sound very realistic, real sounds recorded in the affected numérique.avec heavy, it is played on a real piano.
2 months.The starting price was 990 euros with a bench and headphones available, free delivery normally within 48 hours maximum but unfortunately.
I am still waiting 2 months after the banquet given in daylimusic, I paid 20 euros for shipping while normally from 120 euros free? and was delivered in 5 days, so the product Roland nothing to say, on the other hand daylimusic flee, they are not any dealers, and the worst is that if you go to the site it is still registered seat available , postage free? So without further comment, here is my opinion