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  • Since the release of the world’s first electronic piano in 1974,

  • Roland has been leading the innovation in digital pianos,

  • and our new LX pianos are among the most exciting yet.

  • The LX-17 is equipped with the new PHA-50 keyboard that blends wood and molded material.

  • Wooden sides give each key a familiar, rigid mass that feels just right to play,

  • while durable inner frame lets you enjoy your Roland piano for many years.

  • Each key has a stabilizing pin to ensure the vertical travel of the key is smooth and precise.

  • The LX-17 houses a four-way, eight-speaker system, driven by a six-channel amplifier.

  • The cabinet speakers produce the main sound,

  • while the top-mounted asymmetric spatial speakers reproduce the resonance of the piano’s frame.

  • The nearfield speakers and tweeters project dynamic overtones and the noise of the piano hammers.

  • This multi-channel acoustic projection system recreates the rich, deep sound of an acoustic grand piano.

  • The sound can also be made even clearer by opening the top lid, just like on an acoustic piano.

  • The SuperNATURAL Piano Modelling technology spans the entire sound creation process

  • of a typical piano including the combination of notes played,

  • their resonance and the way in which the piano’s many elements interact with each other.

  • The result is a rich, living soundcomplete with overtones

  • that actually changes in response to the way you play;

  • something impossible to achieve with conventional sampling.

  • Using BLUETOOTH® technology, the LX-17 wirelessly connects to your mobile device,

  • enabling you to take advantage of popular apps.

  • You can also record your performance to USB.

  • Combining classic lines with a space-saving compact upright cabinet,

  • there are two premium finishes available; polished ebony and polished white.

  • The LX-17 – our most luxurious home piano with the ultimate sound experience.

Since the release of the world’s first electronic piano in 1974,

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