Roland FP-30 Digital Piano (Black)

Roland FP-30 Digital Piano (Black)

Roland FP-30 Digital Piano (Black)

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Product Highlights

  • 88 Weighted Keys
  • SuperNATURAL Piano Engine
  • Additional Non-Piano Sounds
  • Drum Patterns
  • Internal Recording
  • Twin Piano Setting for Same-Range Duets
  • USB and Bluetooth Compatibility
  • Built-In Amplifiers and Speakers
  • Dual Headphone Outputs
  • Compact for Small Living Spaces
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Roland FP-30 overview

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The black FP-30 from Roland provides the opportunity for the budget- and space-constrained student/performer to have access to the sound of a real piano in a light and portable form factor. The 88-key instrument delivers an authentic piano experience, both from the SuperNATURAL Piano engine and the weighted keyboard that inherits the touch, escapement, and Ivory Feel keys found in the company's high-end home pianos.

Aside from the piano sounds, built-in practice and recording functions, and Bluetooth wireless support for working with popular music apps, the keyboard provides non-piano sounds like organs, strings, and voices. A variety of onboard drum patterns allow for enjoying all types of music styles, and USB support enables the performer to play along with favorite tunes and save SMF songs captured with the built-in recorder.

Twin Piano mode is perfect for private lessons, allowing student and teacher to play side by side in the same octave ranges. Dual amplifiers and speakers deliver an authentic tone, while plugging in headphones allows for embarking on musical journeys day or night without disturbing housemates or neighbors.

For a more traditional setup, the optional KSC-70 stand and KPD-70 three-pedal unit provide an integrated look and classic pedal configuration while maintaining a much smaller footprint than a typical upright piano. Another benefit of the KPD-70's foot pedals is the ability to use hands-free turning of onscreen music pages when using mobile apps such as piaScore and Sheet Music Direct.

SuperNATURAL Piano sounds deliver the rich tone of a real acoustic grand
88-note PHA-4 Standard keyboard provides authentic piano touch for maximum expression
Built-in amplifier and stereo speakers
Headphones output and quiet keyboard action allow for playing at any time without disturbing others
Compact and lightweight body for easy mobility in and out of the home, studio, or classroom
Built-in Bluetooth wireless connectivity for using the piano with popular apps on a smartphone or tablet—including GarageBand, piaScore, Sheet Music Direct, and others
Broaden the musical experience with dual/split modes and a wide selection of non-piano sounds like organ, strings, voices, drums, and more
Twin Piano mode is ideal for lessons, letting student and teacher play side by side in the same octave ranges
Connect USB memory to save songs recorded with the onboard SMF recorder and play along with favorite WAV and SMF songs
Optional matching stand and three-pedal unit provide a classic piano look and enhanced functionality, including hands-free page turning with some sheet music apps
UPC: 761294508312
In the Box
Roland FP-30 Digital Piano (Black)
  • External Power Supply
  • Power Cable
  • Damper Pedal
  • Music Rest
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Roland FP-30 specs

    Keys 88 keys (PHA-4 Standard Keyboard: with Escapement and Ivory Feel)
    Touch Sensitivity Key Touch: 5 types + fixed
    Modes Whole
    Dual (volume balance adjustable)
    Split (split point adjustable, volume balance adjustable)
    Twin piano
    Pedals Damper
    Sound Generator
    Piano SuperNATURAL sound
    Polyphony 128 voices maximum
    Tones Piano: 6
    E.Piano: 7
    Other: 22
    Effects Ambience (off, 1-4)
    Brilliance (mellow, normal, bright)

    Only for Piano Tones:
    Damper resonance (always on)
    String resonance (always on)
    Key off resonance (always on)
    Tuning Master: 415.3 to 466.2 Hz (adjustable in increments of 0.1 Hz)
    Stretch: Always on (only for piano tones)
    Key Transpose -6 to +5 (in semitones)
    MIDI Format Conforms to GM2, GS
    Tempo Quarter Note: 20 to 250 BPM
    Beat: 0/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4
    SMF Recorder
    Parts 1 x part
    Save Features Standard MIDI files (Format 0)
    Note Storage Approximately 30,000 notes
    Tempo Quarter Note: 20 to 250 BPM
    Resolution 120 ticks per quarter note
    Controls Song Select
    Mix Balance
    All Song Play
    Rhythm Types 8
    Controls Rhythm Select
    Tempo Quarter Note: 20 - 250 BPM
    Playback File format: Audio file (WAV 44.1 kHz, 16-bit linear format)
    Control Song Select
    Memory / Storage
    Internal Memory Save Song: Standard MIDI Files (Format 0)
    Songs: 1
    External Memory External Storage: USB flash memory
    Playable Song Format: Standard MIDI Files (Format 0, 1)
    Audio File (WAV, 44.1 kHz, 16-bit linear format
    Save Format: Standard MIDI Files (Format 0)
    Function MIDI
    Turning Music Sheet: Bluetooth Ver 4.0
    Amplifiers 2 x 11 W
    Speakers 2 x 4.75" / 12 cm
    SPL Level 102 dB
    Headphones 2 x headphone outputs
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    Songs Internal Songs: 30
    Controls Volume
    Connectors DC In Jack
    USB Computer Port: USB type B
    USB Memory Port: USB type A
    1 x 1/4" / 6.3 mm TRS Headphone
    1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS stereo mini Headphone
    1 x 1/4" / 6.3 TS Damper Pedal
    1 x 8-pin DIN for optional KPD-70 Pedal Board
    Language English
    Other Functions Panel Lock
    Tone Demo
    Auto Off
    Power Requirements 100~240 VAC, 50/60 Hz for included 12 V external power supply
    Power Consumption 22 W maximum
    Dimensions & Weight
    Dimensions (WxDxH) 51.2 x 12.8 x 5.9" / 1300 x 284 x 150 mm (without music rest)
    Weight 31.1 lb / 14.1 kg (without music rest)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 45.15 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 55.0 x 17.0 x 12.0"

    Roland FP-30 reviews

    FP-30 Digital Piano (Black) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's a great instument, especially for the price. I really like it. Most important to me was touch sensitivity and it has that. Plus there are a lot of interesting sounds built into it, besides a traditional piano sound. I feels like I am playing an old fashioned acoustic piano. Also, nice simple design.
    Date published: 2016-06-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best digital piano in this price range Roland has been 100% invested in digital technology since 1972 when Yahama and Kawai were only stretching piano wire . And it shows. I was all set to get the much hyped [rhymes with Hawaii] ES 110 based on reviews alone. Then I actually tried one at a store. The key action was an immediate turn off - not only were the keys light (designed for weak fingers), the rebound noise was just *awful*. Every key release resulted in a very audible 'thud', and on top bounced a couple of times too ! There is a YouTube video on this. Look it up. The sound was ok but with the smaller speakers and weaker amplifier than the Roland it was difficult to tell. The first thing about the FP 30 that strikes you is the heft and quality feel to the keys. Key action is very pleasing - they have just the right amount of resistance. Not overly heavy, nor too light. Sound quality is second to none in this price range as Roland has invested heavily in DSP technology. The modeling of the dynamics of piano sound is also very realistic. Roland says they generate tones on the fly based on a baseline sample (recorded from a Steinway grand) and applying proprietary digital filters depending on finger action, while others like the Yamaha (in this price range at least) simply play one of various recorded samples. Regardless, the sound is very very authentic. A common misconception about the FP-30 is that it's too "bright" and not suited for Classical pieces. The first part is half true and the second part is completely false. It is true that the default piano tone upon power-on is Grand Piano 1 which is ever so slightly on the bright side. But there are three piano tones available. The second, Grand Piano 2 is a little mellower, but not only that, there is a parameter called 'brilliance' (brightness) which can be adjusted. The reviewers who claim the Roland is "too bright" don't tell you this. When I am playing Classical (Debussy, Chopin, Beethoven..) I select GP 2 and set Brilliance to -2 (minus 2 ) and the sweet richness of a concert Steinway Grand fills my ears. All in all it's a lovely digital piano and has grown on my in the three months I have had it. If I had to nitpick I would say Roland should have added an AUX out (line out) to the unit but the once or twice I played through an external amp, the headphone out seemed to work just fine. Otherwise a fantastic piano. I would buy it again in a heartbeat.
    Date published: 2018-07-08
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