Roland RP102 cover

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Roland RP102 cover

Roland RP102 cover – Roland RP 102 Piano cover

Main Specifications Roland RP102

Digital Piano Keyboard 88 keys (PHA-4 Standard Keyboard: with Escapement and Ivory Feel) Sound Generator Piano Sound: SuperNATURAL Piano Sound Bluetooth MIDI, Turning music sheet: Bluetooth Ver 4.0 Power Supply AC adaptor Power Consumption 4 W (3–10 W) 4 W: Average power consumption while piano is played with volume at center position 3 W: Power consumption immediately after powerup; nothing  play 10 W: Rated power consumption


Dimensions (including piano stand) With Music Rest: 1,379 (W) x 413 (D) x 977 (H) mm 54-5/16 (W) x 16-5/16 (D) x 38-1/2 (H) inches
Without Music Rest: 1,379 (W) x 423 (D) x 817 (H) mm 54-5/16 (W) x 16-11/16 (D) x 32-3/16 (H) inches
Weight (including piano stand) 37.8 kg 83 lbs 6 oz * Actual weight can vary slightly from that indicated due to the fact that wooden parts are involved. Accessories Owner’s manual, Leaflet “Stand Assembly,” AC Adaptor, Power Cord (for AC Adaptor), Music rest Option (sold separately) Headphones

Basic Operation of the RP102

Turning the Power On/Off Press the [L] (power) button to turn on the power. If you hold down the [L] (power) button for one second or longer, the power turns off. Adjusting the Volume Use the two volume buttons to adjust the volume. Volume (up) button: Increases the volume. Volume (down) button: Decreases the volume. You can adjust the speaker volume when using the built-in speakers, or the headphones volume when headphones connect.


The number of indicators lit at the right of the volume buttons changes according to the volume. If all indicators get lit, the volume is at its maximum. If all indicators are unlit, there will be no sound. Changing the Settings By holding down the [Function] button and pressing a key, you can select sounds or adjust the sensitivity of the keyboard. &“Making Settings on the RP102” (p. 4) The power to this unit will turn off automatically after a predetermined amount of time has passed since it was last used for playing music, or its buttons or controls were operated (Auto Off function).

Power off

If you do not want the power to turn off automatically, disengage the Auto Off function (p. 5). 5 Any settings that you are in the process of editing will  loss it when the power is turned off. If you have any settings that you want to keep, you should save them beforehand. 5 To restore power, turn the power on again.

Bottom Panel Connections

To prevent malfunction and equipment failure, always turn down the volume, and turn off all the units before making any connections. DC In Jack Connect the included AC adaptor here. For details, refer to the leaflet “Stand Assembly.” Power Cord AC Outlet Place the AC adaptor so the side with the indicator faces upwards and the side with textual information faces downwards. The indicator will light when you plug the AC adaptor into an AC outlet. Stereo-mini plug Stereo phone plug USB Memory for Update Port This connector will  use it if there are future additions or expansions to the RP102’s functionality. * Never insert or remove the USB flash drive while this unit is turned on. Doing so may corrupt the unit’s data or the data on the USB flash drive. *


Use a commercially available USB flash drive or a USB flash drive sold by Roland. However, we cannot guarantee that all commercially available USB flash drives will work with this unit. USB Computer Port If you have a DAW program on your computer, or if you have SMF data, you can use a commercially available USB cable to connect the RP102’s USB Computer port to the USB port of your computer and do the following. (DAW: music production software (sold separately), SMF: song files) 5 SMF data played back on your DAW can sound by the RP102. 5 MIDI data can transfer between the RP102 and your DAW, letting you produce and edit music in a variety of ways.

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