Roland HP-1 Digital Piano Owner's Manual and Product Specifications

Roland HP-1 Digital Piano comes with all the benefits vibrant sounds, a weighted Hammer-Action keyboard and a number of useful functions. It’s also features eight sounds (called “Tones”). A high-quality concert grand piano sound, and a keyboard that’s a true pleasure to play ensure an even more realistic piano-playing experience. Thanks to its Hammer-Action keyboard, the HP-1 faithfully reproduces the feel of an acoustic piano with minute control over the sound.
Roland HP-1 Digital Piano Owner's Manual provides all the information needed by the users of HP-1, ranging from the preparation, how to use, settings, and connections to the troubleshooting guide.

Roland HP-1 Digital Piano Product Specifications

88 keys, Hammer Action Keyboard
Touch sensitivity
Light, Medium, Heavy, Fixed
Keyboard Modes
Whole, Dual (adjustable volume balance)
Sound Source
Max. Polyphony
64 voices
4 groups, 8 Tones
7 types, selectable tonic
Stretched tuning
2 types
Master tuning
415.3 Hz~466.2 Hz (0.1 Hz-steps), quick recall of 440 Hz and 442 Hz
Key Transposition (–6~+5 semitones)
Reverb (8 levels), Sympathetic Resonance (Piano only, 8 levels), Chorus(E.Piano)
Preset Songs
65 songs
Rated Output Power
20 W x 2
12 cm x 2
Volume control, Tone buttons, Reverb button, Demo button
Damper, Soft/Sostenuto (selectable)
Output jacks (L/Mono, R), Input jacks (L/Mono, R), Headphone jack x 2 (Stereo), MIDI IN / MIDI OUT connector, Pedal connector
Power supply
AC 230 V
Power consumption
45 W
Cabinet finish
Simulated mahogany/Rosewood
Owner’s manual, Power Cord
Size and Weight
Width (W)
1,390 mm54-3/4 inches
Depth (D)
443 mm17-1/2 inches
Height (H)
826 mm32-9/16 inches
45.9 kg101 lbs. 4 oz.
Including stand
All specifications and appearances are subject to change.
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