Yamaha P115 vs Roland FP 30

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Music lovers generally love the music from a piano for its soothing quality and texture. Music calms and rejuvenates the mind and the soul. There are many piano models available in the market these days. While some of the piano experts prefer an acoustic piano over the rest. Portable digital pianos such as the Yamaha P115 and Roland FP 30 are all the rage these days. These devices are largely preferred due to their compact size and portable structure. Let us find out the difference between Yamaha P115 and Roland FP 30, the two entry level pianos un the market, so that one can choose the piano according to his or her needs.

Both of these pianos are available in the colours of White and Black and are undoubtedly one of the best in the market. Both of them are fairly compact in size which makes them easier to transport from one place to another. If you wish to purchase a piano that can help you to perform a gig on stage Yamaha has a better advantage. It has separate line out sockets and you can put the P115 through a sound system and can still make use of the internal monitor speakers. In case of Roland FP – 30, headphone socket is the only output that is available. Hence once you put it across or through a sound system, you will lose the internal speakers.

Another thing to consider while choosing between the two pianos is the weight. Roland FP 30 weighs around 14 kilos and the Yamaha keyboard just weighs around 11 kilos making it lighter and easily portable in comparison with Roland. Roland FP 30 has a SuperNATURAL sound engine which aids in providing a mature and civilized tone of music which is well suited for classical, jazz or solo performance.


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