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Roland LX-15e Digital Piano (Polished Ebony Finish) Zoom

Roland LX-15e

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A digital piano for people who love acoustic pianos.

So you love the timeless elegance of a classic upright piano, but you realise you can do so much more with a digital piano. Usually, it’s one or the other but the LX-15e gives you both.

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Roland LX-15e

The digital piano that thinks it’s an acoustic (SuperNATURAL engine)

Why settle for a digital piano that fails to measure up to its acoustic counterpart? A piano should sound like a piano - a wide dynamic range, full of colour and character; a natural, organic decay, and the power to inspire the pianist. It all sounds obvious, until you realise that most digital pianos fall well short. Roland’s SuperNATURAL Piano technology brings the piano sound to life and it’s what makes our pianos special.

A piano sound that you feel (and hear)

Acoustic and digital pianos make sounds in different ways. With an acoustic, it’s all about physical reactions - hammers hit strings, which reverberate through the cabinet to produce the sound. Digital pianos usually have a single pair of speakers, so the sound is less enveloping. Roland’s high-end pianos tackle the problem head on with Acoustic Projection; multiple speakers that are discretely placed to project the piano's various sound elements from their natural positions. These elements are blended in the air space surrounding you, reproducing the sound field of an acoustic piano with stunning accuracy. It’s rather difficult for a digital piano to sound this realistic. But we’ve cracked it.

Concert-class PHA-4 keyboard with ivory and ebony feel keys

Whether you’re a beginner or a master pianist, the keyboard is where it all comes together. If you think about how many times you’ll be pressing those keys, you better make sure that the keyboard is comfortable and doesn’t encourage bad habits. When designing our keyboards, our goal is for you to think you’re playing an acoustic piano keyboard. For example, the keys share the look and feel of real ebony and ivory, and their moisture-absorbing properties mean your fingers won’t slide off. Sure, there’s lots of technology involved underneath, but the end result is refreshingly natural. Play one and you’ll agree.

A piano that adapts to you (not the other way round)

Most digital pianos offer a fixed piano sound, and if you don’t like it, you’re stuck with it. The LX-15e is different though, as the onboard Piano Designer lets you modify string resonance, soundboard behaviour and so on until the piano sound is just as you like it. If you want to go deeper, the new Individual Note Voicing feature lets you adjust the pitch, level, and tonal character independently for all 88 notes. This is also useful for balancing the overall piano sound to suit the acoustic properties of any room or to improve the sound through a particular set of headphones. Using optional USB memory, you can save and recall your favourite settings to instantly change the piano’s sound. Finally, a piano that adapts to you, instead of the other way around.

3D Headphones sound brings practise to life

The beauty of digital pianos is that you can practise in silence without disturbing other people. Great for them, but what about you? You’ll probably be using headphones a lot, but many digital pianos don’t take this into account. With the new Headphones 3D Ambience effect, you’ll enjoy the sound field of an acoustic piano during these private sessions, making it feel as though the sound is emanating from the instrument itself.

Listen, learn and improve

The onboard recorder lets you listen to what you just played, highlighting areas for improvement. Instant recording is a real time saver, essential for helping students improve. It comes in handy for experienced pianists too as you can share your audio recording (via USB) with family, friends, or your piano teacher.

Free Roland apps make piano practice fun

Practise can be boring, but it’s essential if you want to improve. So why not make practise fun by hooking up your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch? With the Piano Partner app you can display the piano’s built-in songs via the iPad’s screen, learn to identify the different notes by ear or wirelessly stream your favourite tunes from your iPhone through the piano’s speaker system.

*Wireless communication requires the Roland WNA1100-RL Wireless USB Adaptor (sold separately) and a wireless LAN access point with an Internet connection.

Authentic Damper Pedal Response

The Progressive Damper Action pedal accurately replicates the damper pedal on an acoustic piano. It features the continuous tactile response that experienced players expect, with light resistance when the pedal is first pressed and more resistance as the damper function begins to take effect. This allows for more intuitive control while playing, along with “half-pedal” techniques for subtle control over sustain and resonance.

Explore an expanded range of dynamic expression

The Dynamic Harmonic feature allows you to adjust the unique overtone characteristics created with fortissimo playing. If you’re a student, this gives you a new palette of tonal colors to explore as the strength of your key touch improves. More experienced players will welcome the deep expressive control too.

Never needs tuning, never stops delivering

If you own a Roland digital piano, you’ll find many advantages over acoustic pianos. It’ll save you money as it doesn’t need tuning, and you get a metronome, recording features, silent practice with headphones, USB connectivity and free apps to help you improve. But it’s worth remembering that our pianos are just like acoustic pianos where it really matters: the sound, feel and playing experience. Just the way it should be.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Roland
Specification

Keyboard
88 keys (PHA-4 Concert Keyboard: with Escapement and Ebony/Ivory Feel)
Touch Sensitivity
Key Touch: 100 types, fixed touch
Hammer Response: Off, 10 levels
Keyboard Mode
Whole
Dual (volume balance adjustable)
Split (split point adjustable)
Twin Piano
Pedals
Damper (Progressive Damper Action Pedal, capable of continuous detection)
Soft (capable of continuous detection)
Sostenuto (function assignable)


Sound Generator
Piano Sound
SuperNATURAL Piano Sound
MIDI Format
Conforms to GM2, GS, XGlite
Max. Polyphony
128 voices
Tones
Grand Piano: 14 Tones
Upright Piano: 5 Tones
E. Piano: 10 Tones
Strings: 14 Tones
Other: 307 Tones (including 8 drum sets, 1 SFX set)
Temperament
8 types, selectable temperament key
Individual Note Voicing (adjustable in individual notes)
Stretched Tuning: -50.0 – +50.0 cent
Note Volume: -50 – 0
Note Character: -5 – +5
Master Tuning
415.3 – 466.2 Hz (adjustable in increments of 0.1 Hz)
Transpose
Key Transpose: -6 – +5 (in semitones)
Playback Transpose: -6 – +5 (in semitones, including audio files)
Effects
Ambience (Off, 10 levels)
Brilliance (Off, 21 levels)

Only for Piano Tones (Piano Designer):
Open/close lid (7 levels)
Hammer Response (Off, 10 levels)
Hammer Noise (5 levels)
Damper Noise (Off, 10 levels)
Damper Resonance (Off, 10 levels)
String Resonance (Off, 10 levels)
Key Off Resonance (Off, 10 levels)
Cabinet Resonance (Off, 10 levels)
Duplex Scale (Off, 10 levels)
Dynamic Harmonic (Off, 10 levels)
Soundboard Behavior (Off, 10 levels)

Only for Organ Tones:
Rotary Speaker Effect (Slow/Fast)


Metronome
Tempo
Quarter note = 10 – 500
Beat
2/2, 0/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 7/4, 3/8, 6/8, 9/8, 12/8
Volume
11 levels


SMF Recorder
Parts
3 parts
Save Song
Standard MIDI Files (Format 0)
Note Storage
Approx. 30,000 notes
Control
Song Select
Play/Stop
Rec
Rewinding
Fast-forwarding
Top of song
Part Mute
Mute Volume
Tempo
Tempo Mute
All Songs Play
Count-in
Song Balance
AB Repeat
Tempo
Quarter note = 10 – 500
Resolution
120 ticks per quarter note


Audio
Playback
File Format: Audio File (WAV 44.1 kHz, 16-bit linear format)
Recording
Keyboard, SMF data, Audio from Input jack
File Format: Audio File (WAV 44.1 kHz, 16-bit linear format)
Transpose
Playback Transpose: -6 – +5 (in semitones, including audio from Input jack)
Playback Speed
75 – 125%
Control
Song Select
Play/Stop
Rec
Rewinding
Fast-forwarding
Top of song
Playback Speed
All Songs Play
Song Balance
AB Repeat
Center Cancel (with Audio from Input jack)


Internal Memory
Save Song
Standard MIDI Files (Format 0)
Songs
Max. 99 songs


External Memory
External Storage
USB Flash Memory
Playable Software
Standard MIDI Files (Format 0, 1)
Roland Original Format (i-Format)
Audio File (WAV, 44.1 kHz, 16-bit linear format)
Save Song
Standard MIDI Files (Format 0)
Audio File (WAV, 44.1 kHz, 16-bit linear format)


Other
Internal Songs
Piano Masterpieces: 77 songs
Selection: EU= 10 songs/ US= 18 songs/ Other= 10 songs
Hanon: 20 songs
Czerny #100: 100 songs
Display
Graphic LCD 122 x 32 dots (Contrast 10 levels)
Beat Indicator
Language
English
Music Rest
Full score music rack (Width: 1,285 mm)
Keyboard Lid
Soft-fall fallboard
Other Functions
Wireless Connect (when using optional Wireless USB Adapter)
Panel Lock
Auto Off
V-LINK
MIDI Visual Control
Demo
Connectors
AC inlet
Input jack: Stereo miniature phone type
Output (L/Mono, R) jacks: 1/4-inch phone type
USB COMPUTER port: USB Type B
USB MEMORY port: USB Type A
Phones jacks (Stereo, with Twin Piano Individual Mode) x 2: Stereo miniature phone type, Stereo 1/4-inch phone type
Rated Power Output
60 W x 2
20 W x 2
Volume Level (SPL)
112 dB

* This value was measured according to the method that is based on Roland's technical standard.
Speakers
Cabinet Speakers: 16 cm (6-5/16 inches) x 2
Near-field Speakers: 5 cm (2 inches) x 2
Spatial Speakers: (12 cm (4-3/4 inches) x 8 cm (3-3/16 inches)) x 2
Headphones
Effects: Headphones 3D Ambience
Controls
Volume (Slider, with the speaker volume and the headphones volume automatically select function, with the volume limit function)
Power Consumption
38 W (36 – 85 W)
38 W: Average power consumption while piano is played with volume at center position
36 W: Power consumption immediately after power-up; nothing being played
85 W: Rated power consumption
Accessories
Owner's manual
Assembly manual (*1)
Power cord
Headphone hook
Screw set (*1)

*1 Supplied with the stand.
Options (sold separately)
Headphones
USB Flash Memory (*2)
Wireless USB Adapter (*2)
Audio Cable
USB Cable

*2 Use USB Flash Memory and Wireless USB Adapter sold by Roland. We cannot guarantee operation if other products are used.
Size and Weight (with top lid close)
Width
1408 mm
55-7/16 inches
Depth
472 mm
18-10/16 inches
Height
1070 mm
42-3/16 inches
Weight
91 kg
200 lbs. 10 oz.


Size and Weight (with top lid open)
Width
1408 mm
55-7/16 inches
Depth
483 mm
19-1/16 inches
Height
1128 mm
44-7/16 inches

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