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Roland HP702 LA Digital Piano Light Oak

Roland HP702 LA Digital Piano Light Oak

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€ 1,595
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The Roland HP702 is the first model in the Roland HP range, of better quality than the Roland RP range. This model is equipped with the PHA-4 Standard  keyboard with an ivory and ebony feel. You also benefit from standard Roland functions such as Bluetooth connection, which allows you to connect your smartphone or tablet. Easily navigate among the many functions and practice creatively with Roland apps. For a very affordable price, the Roland HP702 will offer you hours of musical pleasure!

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Information and specifications

Type:Digital upright piano
Height:106,7 cm
Width:137,7 cm
Depth:46,8 cm
Weight:54,4 kg
Finishing:Light Oak Satin

Playing the piano is one of life’s most rewarding experiences, whether teaching yourself or watching your family discover a passion for music. Roland’s HP700 series supports your ambitions with gorgeous piano sound, sophisticated styling, and helpful features that’ll keep you coming back for more. And with the flexibility and expression to suit any genre or playing standard, you’ll have an instrument that grows with you. Whatever your reasons for owning a piano, the HP700 series can help fulfill them—bringing style, culture, and music into the heart of your home.

Uncompromising piano performance and style

The affordable Roland HP702 brings style and premium piano performance into your home. Practice at midnight, immersed in sound from the Headphones 3D Ambience feature. Wirelessly stream songs and app audio via Bluetooth or try the onboard tutorials and improve your playing skills. Whatever the musical scenario, the Roland HP702 delivers a superior piano experience—for far less than you think.

Stylish cabinet design with a compact footprint.

The compact Roland HP702 fits in any living room or apartment, complementing your décor with its clean lines, natural finish, and sleek curves. Traditional and timeless with a contemporary twist, the versatile Roland HP702 makes a stylish statement without shouting. Available in charcoal, dark rosewood, light oak, and white finishes.

Expressive performance with the PHA-4 Standard keyboard.

From beginners to seasoned performers, the Roland HP702’s PHA-4 Standard keyboard brings out the best of your playing. And with fast-key repetition and high-resolution sensing, this responsive keyboard was designed to satisfy the most demanding pianists—so you won’t need to upgrade as your technique improves. The keys even replicate the look and feel of real ebony and ivory, and their textured, moisture-absorbing properties mean your fingers won’t slide off.

Practice and perform with headphones and bluetooth

An Roland HP700 piano can be the centerpiece of a room—or so discreet you hardly know it’s there. For silent practice day or night, connect headphones and enjoy immersive sound that won’t disturb your family or neighbors. For interactive study, wirelessly connect the piano with your smartphone via Bluetooth® and play along with your favorite tunes or sharpen your skills with online tutorials. For performance, adjust the volume-controllable internal speakers to fill the room with music. And when you’re not playing, you can use the Roland HP700 piano as your home entertainment system, streaming music with clear, detailed highs and rich, powerful lows.

Learn faster with the Piano Everyday app

Studying piano doesn’t have to mean endless work. Just five minutes of focused daily practice can improve your playing—especially with Roland’s Piano Every Day app. It runs on your smartphone or tablet and communicates with the piano via Bluetooth, so it’s always ready for action. Find your favorite tunes, play along, and the app automatically records your performance or practice session. Then listen back to assess the areas that need attention, even when you’re away from the piano. It’s the fast-track route to better playing and way more enjoyable than just practicing over and over.