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  • Writer's pictureDarren Thornton

Roland Release the LX700 Range of Digital Pianos

Updated: Nov 2, 2018

Roland have introduced their latest range of high-end digital pianos. There are 3 new options in this range, each of which use Roland's 'PureAcoustic Piano Modeling' to generate the piano sound... as opposed to the more traditional digital sampling techniques.

Here are a couple of taster videos:

I've provided a quick summary of each model - taken from the Roland website. Links to the main page for each are all provided to give full details of their features:


The luxury eight-speaker piano with grand tone and auditorium ambience.

As the flagship of Roland’s LX700 series, the LX708 recreates all the pleasures of playing a traditional grand piano in a great live venue. Standing out among the LX range with its tall, commanding cabinet and a lid that opens for optimum sound projection, this luxurious instrument makes a bold statement in your home. And with its powerful eight-speaker system ready to fill your home with music, the LX708 is the ultimate choice for discerning players.

Click here for a detailed view:


The high-end home piano with six-speaker system, grand tone and ambience effects.

For players investigating the Roland LX700 series and looking for the right balance between features and price, the LX706 demands a closer look. Designed for discerning pianists, the LX706 sits at the mid-point of the LX700 range, recreating the classic performance of an acoustic grand in a home-friendly format. Just like the flagship LX708 model, you’ll find a choice of authentic piano tones and onboard ambience technology, plus a dynamic Hybrid Grand Keyboard to spark your creativity. But with a more compact cabinet, closed-lid design and six-speaker system, the LX706 matches its pro-level performance with a budget-conscious price.

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Superior piano tone with four-speaker system in the LX700 series’ most affordable model.

It needn’t cost the earth to enjoy the thrilling performance of an acoustic grand piano at home. Introducing the Roland LX705. While the most demanding pianists investigate the flagship LX708 and mid-priced LX706 models, budget-conscious musicians will be impressed by the LX705, which retains many of the same standout features in a highly competitive package. Inside the LX700 series’ most compact cabinet, you’ll find a choice of authentic piano tones and onboard ambience effects, plus tutorial features, Bluetooth connectivity and the responsive PHA-50 keyboard that lets your fingers fly. And with a four-speaker system bringing your music into the world, the entry-level to the LX700 series still punches well above its weight.

Click here for a detailed view:

For a full overview presentation on the entire range, visit Roland's in-depth page here:


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