ROLAND HP506 RW/CB/PE
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | September 30, 2015
Digital pianos have been replacing acoustic pianos more and more over the past 10 years. This is because they require less maintenance, and can be moved without the need to tune them.
Roland is constantly doing RnD to improve the audio quality of their instruments. The team at Roland want to ensure that the instrument you buy will perform at professional levels. The HP506 is a great piano, that fully utilizes the advancements Roland have made.
One of the newest features to be added to the Roland HP506 is the SuperNATURAL piano sound engine. The SuperNATURAL sound engine features Roland’s Dynamic Harmonic feature. This allows you to explore a huge range of dynamic expression when playing fortissimo passages,
In addition, the keyboard sports an ebony/ivory feel. This means that your piano will feel great under your fingers, while still being ethical and respectful of nature.
Individual note voicings ensure that you will have complete and unprecedented control. This will allow you to find that perfect piano tone, one note at a time.
Roland’s Acoustic Projection technology delivers stunningly rich, multi-dimensional sound from the onboard speaker system. This means that you can now enjoy the unique sound field of an acoustic piano during private practice sessions.
To make quiet practice better, the Roland HP506 adds 3D Ambience effects to headphones. That means that even when you playing quietly by yourself at 3am, you will be getting the best audio quality possible.
Adding in great extras such as the built-in recorder and compatibility with Roland’s piano apps for Apple iOS devices, the HP506 seamlessly blends the traditional and modern to provide endless inspiration for all piano enthusiasts, from young students and hobbyists to the most advanced players.
This is a great piano, which will look fantastic in your home, and sound even better.
For the specs on the HP506, check out the Roland website.
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