Owner’s Manual
Contents
Panel Descriptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Front Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Rear Panel Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Bottom Panel (Connecting Headphones or Memory). . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Opening/Closing the Lid (RP401R) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Opening/Closing the Lid (F-130R). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Turning the Power On/Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Reference Pitch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Various Settings (Function Mode). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
About the Wireless LAN Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Basic Connection Method (Connect by WPS). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Connecting in Ad-Hoc Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
When Using the Wireless LAN Function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Message List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
USING THE UNIT SAFELY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
IMPORTANT NOTES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Português
Keyboard
Specifying the Maximum Volume (Volume Limit). . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Español
Main Specifications
Restoring the Factory Settings (Factory Reset). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Roland RP401R: Digital Piano
Roland
F-130R: Digital Piano
88 keys (PHA-4 Standard Keyboard: with Escapement and Ivory
Feel)
Piano Sound: SuperNATURAL Piano Sound
MIDI Format: Conforms to GM2/GS/XGlite
Power Supply
AC adaptor
9 W (3 W–22 W)
9 W: ‌Average power consumption while piano is played with
volume at center position
Power Consumption
3 W:‌Power consumption immediately after power-up; nothing
being played
22 W: Rated
‌
power consumption
Dimensions
RP401R
(with music rest):
F-130R
(with lid closed):
1,378 (W) x 423 (D) x 992 (H) mm
54-1/4(W) x 16-11/16 (D) x 39-1/16 (H) inches
1,361 (W) x 305 (D) x 778 (H) mm
53-5/8 (W) x 12-1/16 (D) x 30-11/16 (H) inches
Weight
RP401R:
F-130R:
40.0 kg / 8 lbs 14 oz
34.5kg / 76 lbs 1 oz
Accessories
Owner’s manual, Leaflet “USING THE UNIT SAFELY,” AC adaptor,
Power cord (for connecting AC adaptor)
Options
(Sold Separately)
USB Flash Memory (*1), Wireless USB Adapter (WNA1100-RL) (*1)
*1: Use USB flash drive and Wireless USB Adapter sold by Roland.
We cannot guarantee operation if other products are used.
* In the interest of product improvement, the specifications and/or
appearance of this unit are subject to change without prior notice.
Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” and “IMPORTANT NOTES” (leaflet “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” and Owner’s
Manual p. 18). These sections provide important information concerning the proper operation of the unit. Additionally, in order to feel assured that you have
gained a good grasp of every feature of your new unit, read Owner’s Manual in its entirety. This manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient
reference.
Copyright © 2014 ROLAND CORPORATION
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of ROLAND CORPORATION.
Nederlands
Sound Generator
Italiano
Basic Operation in Function Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Adjusting the Keyboard Sensitivity (Key Touch) . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Changing the Way in Which the Sound Is Heard
(Twin Piano Mode). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Dividing the Keyboard for Two-Person Performance
(Twin Piano). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Specifying What the Transpose Will Affect
(Transpose Mode). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Transposing the Keyboard or Song (Transpose) . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Applying a Headphones 3D Ambience Effect to the Piano
Sound (Headphones 3D Ambience) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Matching the Pitch with Other Instruments (Master Tuning).12
Changing the Tuning Method (Stretch Tuning). . . . . . . . . . . . 13
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14
Français
Before You Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
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13
Deutsch
Performing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Playing Back Songs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Using Automatic Accompaniment (Rhythm) That Matches
Your Chords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Recording Performances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Playing Songs from a USB Flash Drive (Sold Separately). . . . . . . . . . 7
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13
English
Changing How the Pedals Work. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifying How the Bass Part Behaves (Leading Bass). . . . . .
Chord Recognition When Split Is On. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preventing Doubled Notes When Connected to a
Sequencer (Local Control) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Copying a Song (Copy Song). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (WPS Connection). . . . . . . . . .
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (Ad-Hoc Connection) . . . . . . .
Viewing the Ad-Hoc Key. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making the Power Automatically Turn Off After a Time
(Auto Off ). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saving the Settings (Memory Backup). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operation Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Operation Guide
Settings for items with this icon
are saved by Memory Backup
(p. 12).
Performing
Selecting Tones ([Piano] [Other] Buttons)
This digital piano lets you enjoy playing a variety of piano tones (sounds) and other
types of tones.
Display
You can select a tone and adjust the way that it sounds.
2
Selecting a piano tone
Press the [Piano] button.
Selecting other tones
Press the [Other] button.
Selecting various tones
Press the [Piano] or [Other] button, and then press
the [-] [+] buttons.
4
Hold down the [Piano] button and press the [-] [+]
buttons.
5
* If you’re using headphones and the Headphones
3D Ambience effect (p. 12) is set to “On,“ this lets
you adjust the depth of the Headphones 3D
Ambience effect.
6
Adjusting the spaciousness
of the sound
(Ambience)
Adjusting the brightness of
the sound
(Brilliance)
3
7
Hold down the [Other] button and press the [-] [+]
buttons.
8
[Piano] button
Display
1
g
Explanation
10
Concert Piano
The sound of a splendid concert grand piano. This piano sound has our
highest recommendation, and can be used for any style of music.
Playing Different Tones with the Right and Left Hands ([Split] Button)
You can play different tones in the left and right sides of the keyboard, divided at a
certain key.
This feature is called “Split Play,“ and the key at which the keyboard is divided is
called the “Split Point.”
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Explanation
Ballade Piano
A mellow grand piano sound, recommended for quiet songs.
Bright Piano
A brilliant grand piano sound, recommended when you want the piano to
stand out in an ensemble.
Magical Piano
A charming sound that layers synth bells with Concert.
Piano+Strings
Strings layered with Concert Piano.
Piano+Pad
A pad layered with Concert Piano.
Piano+Choir
A choir layered with Concert Piano.
Rock Piano
A robust piano sound, recommended for boogie-woogie playing.
Ragtime Piano
A honky-tonk piano sound, recommended for ragtime playing.
Harpsichord
A type of keyboard instrument widely used in Baroque music, producing a
delicate sound.
Coupled 8+4
The sound of a harpsichord layered with sound an higher octave.
Layering Two Tones (Dual Play)
You can play two tones simultaneously from each note of the keyboard. This feature
is called “Dual Play.”
Turning Dual on
Hold down the [Piano] button and press the
[Other] button.
Turning the split feature on
Press the [Split] button so it’s lit.
Turning Dual off
Press the [Piano] or the [Other] button.
Changing the keyboard’s
split point
Hold down the [Split] button and press the
key at the desired split point.
Selecting tones
Select tones for the [Piano] button and [Other]
button before you turn Dual on.
Changing the Right-Hand Tone
Same as “Selecting Tones.”
Changing the Left-Hand Tone
Hold down the [Split] button and use the
steps described in “Selecting Tones.”
B1
Range in which you can specify the split point
Left-Hand Tone
B6
Right-Hand Tone
1.
2.
3.
Press the [Piano] button, and then use the [-] [+] buttons to
select a tone.
Press the [Other] button, and then use the [-] [+] buttons to
select a tone.
Hold down the [Piano] button and press the [Other] button to
turn Dual on.
Tone 1 and tone 2 are heard together.
To turn Dual off, press the [Piano] button or the [Other] button.
Split point when the power is turned on: F#3
* The split point is the highest note of the left-hand tone.
Display
(example)
2
Pitch
F 3
F3
A 4
A4
C 4
C4
MEMO
Separate, independent settings
for Split can be made for the
Song mode (p. 4) and the Rhythm
mode (p. 5).
Changing the Key (Transpose)
The Transpose function lets you shift the pitch of the keyboard in semitone steps.
You can use this to play the song in a different key.
For details, refer to “Transposing the Keyboard or Song (Transpose)” (p. 12).
Using the Metronome ([Metronome] Button)
You can perform while the metronome sounds. You can adjust the
tempo or beat of the metronome.
If a song is playing, the metronome will sound at the tempo and
beat of that song.
Changing the Tempo
Press the [Metronome] button so it blinks.
Turn on the [Metronome] button to display the
tempo, and then use the [-] [+] buttons.
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Changing the Beat
Beat
Display
Beat
2.2
2/2
6.4
6/4
0.4
Only weak beats will be
sounded.
7.4
7/4
2.4
2/4
3.8
3/8
3.4
3/4
6.8
6/8
4.4
4/4 (default)
g.8
9/8
5.4
5/4
12.8
Deutsch
Hold down the [Metronome] button and press the
[-] [+] buttons.
Display
English
Using the Metronome
List of Time Signatures
12/8
4.4
For details on the available time signatures, refer to
“List of Time Signatures.”
Turn on the metronome, and then press the
[s (Start/Stop)] button.
Français
Adding a count-in
Italiano
Dividing the Keyboard in Two (Twin Piano)
Here’s how to change the way in which the sound responds to your keyboard
dynamics. You can adjust the response as appropriate for your playing strength.
You can divide the keyboard into left and right sections so that two people can play
the same pitch ranges.
1.
1.
3.
Explanation
F (Fixed)
The sound plays at one set volume, regardless of the
force used to play the keys.
L2 (Super Light)
An even lighter setting than L1 (Light).
L1 (Light)
Sets the keyboard to a light touch.
You can achieve fortissimo (ff ) play with a less forceful
touch than “N (medium),” so the keyboard feels lighter.
This setting makes it easy to play, even for children.
N (Medium)
Sets the keyboard to the standard touch.
This sets the standard keyboard touch. You can play
with the most natural touch. This is the closest to the
touch of an acoustic piano.
H1 (Heavy)
Sets the keyboard to a heavy touch.
You have to finger the keyboard more forcefully than
“N (medium)” in order to play fortissimo (ff ), so the
keyboard touch feels heavier. Dynamic fingering adds
even more feeling to what you play.
H2 (Super Heavy)
4.
An even heavier setting than H1 (Heavy).
4.
Hold down the [Metronome] button and press the [Split]
button to exit Function mode.
Nederlands
Value
Hold down the [Metronome] button and press the [Split]
button.
2. Use the [-] [+] buttons to choose “F03” and press the [s]
button.
3. Choose the “On” setting.
* Concert Piano is selected.
Português
2.
Hold down the [Metronome] button and press the [Split]
button.
Use the [-] [+] buttons to choose “F01” and press the [s]
button.
Use the [-] [+] buttons to change the settings.
Español
Adjusting the Keyboard Sensitivity (Key Touch)
In function mode, select “F02” and choose “1” or “2.”
1 "Notes in the right section are louder in the right
speaker; notes in the left section are louder in the
left speaker.
2 "Notes in the right section are heard only from the
right speaker; notes in the left section are heard only
from the left speaker.
Changing how
Twin Piano
sounds
Conventional
keyboard
C1
C2
C3
C3
C4
C5
C4
C5
C6
C7
C3
C4
C5
C8
Twin Piano
The damper pedal for
the left area
C6
Divide point
C6
The damper pedal for
the right area
Hold down the [Metronome] button and press the [Split]
button to exit Function mode.
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Operation Guide
Playing Back Songs
How to Use Song Mode ([Song] Button)
Press the [Song] button to select Song mode.
Press the [Song] button, and then use the [-] [+] buttons.
In the middle of a song, pressing the [-] button will return you
to the beginning of the song.
Recorded songs
N.01
–
Changing the
Tempo
Press the [Metronome] button.
Use the [-] [+] buttons to change the tempo.
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Internal songs
U.10 a.01
–
c.20
Hold down the [Song] button and use the Volume buttons to
adjust the volume of the song.
Song volume – Manual performance volume
Changing the
Volume of the
Song
Selecting a Song
g 1
g g
–
(Song is louder)
(Same loudness)
• Songs indicated by “a, b, c” are internal songs.
For details, refer to “Internal Song List” at the end of this manual.
• Songs indicated by “U” are songs that were recorded in internal
Playing all songs
memory.
• Songs indicated by “N” are songs that were recorded on a USB
flash drive.
–
1 g
(Manual
performance is
louder)
Hold down the [Song] button and press the [s] button
(All Song Play).
* To switch between categories “a, b, c, U, N,” hold down the
[Song] button and press the [-][+] buttons.
Changing the
number of
measures in a
song
Use the [x] [y] buttons to specify the number of measures.
1.
Functions of the [x] [y] [s] Buttons
Starting/Stopping Song
Playback
Press the [s] button.
When the song has finished playing to the end,
it will stop.
Fast-Forward
Press the [y] button.
By holding down the [y] button and pressing
the [x] button, you can fast-forward more
quickly.
Rewind
Press the [x] button.
By holding down the [x] button and pressing
the [y] button, you can rewind more quickly.
Selecting Parts to Play
1.
Hold down the [s] button and use the [-] [+] buttons to select
the parts to be played.
Through successive presses of these buttons, you can turn on or off the
accompaniment part, left-hand part, and right-hand part to achieve the
desired arrangement of played/muted parts.
Playback part play/mute status indication
Left-hand part
Accompaniment
part
oo
Right-hand part
o " Sound will be heard (played)
" Sound will not be heard (muted)
* When using Twin Piano, what you play in the left section is recorded to the left-hand
part, and what you play in the right section is recorded to the right-hand part.
* When using Split, the left-hand tone is recorded to the left-hand part, and the
right-hand tone is recorded to the right-hand part.
* When using Dual, tone 1 is recorded to the right-hand part and tone 2 is recorded to
the accompaniment part.
* When playing anything other than Twin Piano, Split, or Dual, everything is recorded
on the right-hand part.
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Using Automatic Accompaniment (Rhythm) That Matches Your Chords
How to Use Rhythm Mode ([Rhythm] Button)
Press the [Rhythm] button to select Rhythm mode.
Split is turned on.
Rhythms include not only drum sounds, but also accompaniments featuring
instruments such as piano, guitar, bass, and strings.
While the rhythm is playing, the left-hand part will not sound, since that section is
dedicated to the recognition of chords.
You can also add intros and endings to your rhythms, and insert fill-ins These
features make it easy to develop effective and expressive rhythmic accompaniment.
Selecting a
Rhythm
1-1
–
g-6
Intro
For details, refer to “Rhythm List” at the end of this manual.
Accompaniment
English
Rhythm Flow
Press the [Rhythm] button, and then use the [-] [+] buttons.
Ending
* To switch the genre of rhythm, hold down the [Rhythm] button
and press the [-] [+] buttons.
There are two types of rhythms: original accompaniment patterns, and variation
accompaniment patterns, which embellish the original patterns.
It can be effective to use the quieter original patterns in the first half of the song,
and then use the variation patterns in the latter half, when you want to build
excitement.
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Tempo range
20
–
250
Hold down the [Rhythm] button and use the Volume buttons to
adjust the volume of the rhythm.
Rhythm volume – Manual performance volume
g 1
(Rhythm is louder)
–
g g
–
(Same volume)
1 g
(Manual
performance is
louder)
About the rhythm function
This unit contains many built-in rhythms in various musical styles, such as jazz and
rock.
C
How to play chords
When a chord is played on the keyboard, a rhythm based
on the chord that was played is sounded. (When the keys
marked with “ ” in the illustration are played, the result is
recognized as “C.”)
CM7
C#M7
Note that it is not necessary to press all of the constituent notes of the chord;
chords can be specified using simple fingering. (When the key marked with “ ” in
the illustration is played, it is recognized as “C.”)
For details, refer to “Chord Recognition When Split Is On” (p. 13), and the
“Chord Fingering List” at the rear of this manual.
C7
Adding an Ending
While the rhythm is playing, turn on the
[y(Intro/Ending)] button.
An ending is played, and then playback stops.
Press the [x (Variation)] button.
Adding Variation to the Off "A simple accompaniment pattern is played.
Rhythm
On "A more flamboyant accompaniment pattern is
played.
Inserting a Fill-in When
You Switch Variations
(Auto Fill)
A short improvisational phrase inserted at the transition
is called a “Fill-In.”
C#m7
CmM7
C#mM7
Playing Only the Drums or Another Specific Part
1.
Cdim
While holding down the [s (Start/Stop)] buttons,
use the [-] C#dim
[+] buttons to select the mute setting.
Through successive presses of these buttons, you can turn on or off the
drums, bass, and other instruments to achieve the desired arrangement of
played/muted parts.
Play/mute status indication for the rhythm parts
Cm7 ( 5 )
C#m7 ( 5 )
Bass
Drums
While holding down the [x (Variation)] button, use the
[-] [+] buttons to select “On,” and then switch variations.
What’s a “Fill-In?”
Cm7
oo
Other instruments
o " Sound will be heard (played) Caug
" Sound will not be heard (muted)
C#aug
NOTE
Csus4
For some rhythms, you’ll hear other instruments even
in the bass part.
C#sus4
Press the [Rhythm] button.
Starting the Rhythm by The rhythm starts playing when you play the keyboard.
Playing a Key (Sync)
Snc
C7sus4
C#7sus4
C7/13
C#7/13
5
Nederlands
Turn on the [y(Intro/Ending)] button, and then play
the rhythm.
C#m
Português
Adding an Intro
Cm
Español
Press the [s (Start/Stop)] button.
C#7
Italiano
What the [x (Variation)] [y(Intro/Ending)] [s (Start/Stop)] Buttons Do
Starting/Stopping the
Rhythm
C#
Français
Changing the
Volume of the
Rhythm
Deutsch
Changing the
Tempo
Press the [Metronome] button.
Use the [-] [+] buttons to set the tempo.
Operation Guide
Recording Performances
You can record your performance, including accompaniment.
You can play back a recorded performance to check your playing, or to play along with
it.
Stopping Recording
6.
By pressing the [s] button once again, you can hear the song that you
just recorded.
Getting Ready to Record
1.
2.
Select the tone that you want to play on the keyboard (p. 2).
Start the metronome if desired.
Press the [Metronome] button.
While the metronome is sounding, specify the tempo and time signature of
the song (p. 3).
If you want rhythm to play
3.
If you want a rhythm accompaniment to be heard while you
perform, press the [Rhythm] button.
Press the [s] button.
Selecting the Destination of the Save
7.
Use the [-] [+] buttons to select the destination at which to save,
and then press the [Metronome] button.
U (User) U.01–U.10
N (USB) N.01–N.gg
v01
Specify the rhythm and tempo settings (p. 5).
A song with no recorded data (empty song)
• Song number shown with lowercase “v” (User memory)
• Song number shown with lowercase “n” (USB flash drive)
• No dot shown
If you don't want rhythm to play
3.
Press the [Song] button so the button is lit.
U.01
Entering Recording-standby Mode
4.
Hold down the [Song] button and press the [Rhythm] button.
The [Song] button and the [Rhythm] button will light; the unit will enter
recording-standby mode.
MEMO
If you decide not to record (i.e., if you want to exit recording-standby
mode), hold down the [Song] button once again and press the [Rhythm]
button.
Starting Recording
5.
Press the [s] button.
A two-measure count will sound, and then recording will start.
During the count, measure numbers “-2” and then “-1” will appear in the
display.
A song with recorded data
• Song number shown with uppercase “U” (User memory)
• Song number shown with uppercase “N”
(USB flash drive)
• Dot shown
MEMO
If you decide not to carry out the save, hold down the [Song] button and
press the [Rhythm] button to cancel it.
NOTE
If you select a song that already contains data (song number with an
uppercase “U” or “N”) and save, the previously recorded data will be
lost.
* While the song is being saved, an animation of a rotating “o” symbol
will appear in the display for several seconds. Do not turn off the
power during this time. Doing so might cause the saved song to
be lost.
MEMO
Recording will start automatically if you play the keyboard while in
recording-standby mode.
If you want to erase the recorded song
You can erase a song by recording an empty song as follows.
1. Press the [Song] button.
2. Hold down the [Song] button and press the [Rhythm] button.
3. Press the [s] button to hear the two-measure count, and then press the [s] button without playing the keyboard.
4. Select the song number that you want to erase, and press the [Metronome] button.
A song containing no notes will be recorded; the song has been erased.
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Playing Songs from a USB Flash Drive (Sold Separately)
Connecting a USB Flash Drive
NOTE
• If the USB flash drive contains a large number of song files, it may take
some time for the data to be read.
Playing Songs
1.
2.
Press the [Song] button.
Use the [-] [+] buttons to select a song.
N.01
• Use only single-byte alphanumeric characters in the file names.
Using your computer, copy your favorite songs onto your USB
flash drive (sold separately).
MEMO
• If you’ve selected an audio file (WAV file), a dot is displayed following the
last digit.
This digital piano is able to play back SMFs (Standard MIDI Files) or audio
files (WAV) from a USB flash drive.
N.02.
Playable formats
Explanation
SMF
Standard MIDI files (format 0, 1)
WAV
WAV format, 44.1 kHz, 16-bit linear
Connect your USB flash drive to the USB MEMORY port of the
digital piano.
The files on the USB flash drive are shown. “N” indicates a USB flash drive.
The numbers are assigned automatically. If you later add or delete a file,
the numbers will be automatically reassigned.
Deutsch
2.
Type
English
1.
• All files on the USB flash drive begin with “N.”
• If you use the [-] [+] buttons to make the display indicate “U” or “a,” files in
the digital piano's internal memory are displayed.
3.
Press the [s] button to play the selected song.
Français
The display shows the measure number of the currently playing SMF.
If a WAV file is playing, the elapsed playback time is shown.
1.01
(Example: 1 minute 1 second has elapsed)
Lower the Level of an Audio File’s Central Sound
1.
Italiano
This feature lets you reduce the loudness of the central sound of the audio
(Center Cancel).
When a song is selected, hold down the [s] button and use
the [-] [+] buttons to turn this feature “On.”
NOTE
Bottom panel of digital piano
Português
About USB Flash Drives
Español
This feature does not work perfectly with every song In some cases it may
be unable to fully eliminate the central sound, or may alter the recording’s
tone quality.
If you’re using a newly purchased USB flash drive, you must first format it on the digital piano.
NOTE
• Never insert or remove a USB flash drive while this unit is turned on. Doing so may corrupt the unit’s data or the data on the
USB flash drives.
• Carefully insert the USB flash drives all the way in—until it is firmly in place.
Nederlands
• Use USB Flash memory sold by Roland. We cannot guarantee operation if other products are used.
Formatting a USB Flash Drive
Here’s how to initialize (format) the entire contents saved on a USB flash drive.
NOTE
• Formatting will erase everything that has been saved on the USB flash drive.
• Before using a new USB flash drive with this digital piano for the first time, you must format the USB flash drive.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connect the USB flash drive that you want to format to the USB MEMORY port.
While holding down the [Song] button, turn the power on.
Keep holding down the [Song] button until it indicates as “Svr” on the display.
To cancel, press the [y] button.
To execute the format, press the [s] button.
When all the LEDs on the buttons are lit, the operation is complete.
Turn the power off, then on again.
7
Panel Descriptions
Settings for items with this icon
are saved by Memory Backup
(p. 12).
Front Panel
Adjusting the Volume and Balance (Volume Buttons)
About the Display
This indicates the tone number, song number, measure number, tempo, selected
function, or value.
Overall Volume
Use the Volume buttons to adjust the volume.
Tone
number
Volume Balance Between Song/Rhythm and the Keyboard (Song Balance)
While holding down the
[Song] button or [Rhythm]
button, use the Volume
buttons to adjust the
balance.
Volume of the song – Volume of the manual performance
g 1
–
g g
–
1 g
(Manual performance
is louder)
(Song is louder) (Same volume)
Piano
1
Other
1
Tempo
Measure number
a.01
Internal song
108
Song
number
1.
c.01
User
U.01
USB flash
Drive
N.01
1-1
Rhythm
Relative Balance of Dual Tones (Dual Balance)
This is available if Dual
is on.
While holding down the
[Piano] button and [Other]
button, use the Volume
buttons to adjust the balance.
Volume of the piano sound – Volume of the other sound
g 1
–
g g
–
1 g
(Other is louder)
(Piano is louder) (Same volume)
Relative Balance of Split Tones (Split Balance)
This is available if Split is on.
Hold down the [Split]
button and use the Volume
buttons to adjust the
balance.
Left-hand volume – Right-hand volume
g 1
(Left-hand is
louder)
–
g g
(Same
volume)
–
1 g
(Right-hand is louder)
* For details on how to use the other buttons, refer to “Operation Guide” (p. 2)–(p. 7).
Music Holders (RP401R)
RP401R
Rear
You can use the holders
to hold pages in place.
When not using the
holders, leave them
folded down.
Bottom
F-130R
[L] Switch
Headphone Hook
This turns the power on/off (p. 11).
With the factory settings, the unit’s power
will automatically be switched off 30 minutes
after you stop playing or operating the unit.
If the unit’s power has been turned off
automatically, you can use the [L] switch to turn the unit back on again. If you
don’t want the power to turn off automatically, change the “Auto Off” setting to
“OFF” as described on “Making the Power Automatically Turn Off After a Time
(Auto Off )” (p. 14).
Whenever you
are not using the
headphones, you
can hang them on
the headphone
hook.
Damper pedal
Use this pedal to sustain the sound. While this pedal is held down, notes will be sustained for an extended time even
if you release your fingers from the keyboard. The length of the sustain will change subtly depending on how deeply
you press the pedal. On an acoustic piano, holding down the damper pedal will cause the strings for notes other
than the ones you actually play to vibrate in sympathy with what you’ve played, producing a rich resonance. This
unit simulates this sympathetic vibration (damper resonance).
Adjuster (RP401R)
Sostenuto pedal
This pedal sustains only the notes of the keys that were already pressed when you pressed the pedal.
Soft pedal
Turn the adjuster to lower it until the adjuster is in firm
contact with the floor. In particular, when you’ve placed
the piano on carpet, you must turn the adjuster until it is
pressing firmly against the floor.
8
This pedal is used to make the sound softer. Playing with the soft pedal depressed produces a sound that is not
as strong as when otherwise played with the equivalent strength. This is the same function as the left pedal of an
acoustic piano. The softness of the tone can be varied subtly by the depth to which you press the pedal.
Disabling the Buttons ( Panel Lock)
Adjusting a Value ([-] [+] Buttons)
When you activate Panel Lock, all buttons will be disabled. This prevents the
tones or settings from being changed if you inadvertently press a button.
Use the [-] [+] buttons to adjust a value.
Changing a value
continuously
Hold down the [+] button or [−] button.
Changing a value rapidly
While holding down the [+] button, press the [-] button to
rapidly increase the value.
While holding down the [-] button, press the [+] button to
rapidly decrease the value.
Restoring the default value
Press the [+] button and [-] button simultaneously.
Press the [Other] button for a longer than usual amount of time.
Cancelling Panel Lock
English
Once again, press the [Other] button for a longer than usual amount of time.
Deutsch
Français
Rear Panel Connections
Input Jack
If you connect this jack to amplified
speakers, the sound of this unit will be heard
through them.
If you use a cord with a stereo mini-plug to connect a audio
player or similar device, the sound of the connected device will be
heard through this unit. Use the controls of the connected device
(audio player) to adjust the volume.
USB Computer Port
Pedal Connector
Place the AC adaptor so the side with the indicator
(see illustration) faces upwards and the side with textual
information faces downwards.
The indicator will light when you plug the AC adaptor into
an AC outlet.
Connect the pedal
cord of the dedicated
stand here.
Español
By using a commercially available USB
cable to connect the USB Computer
port of this digital piano to a USB port
on your computer, you can produce
and edit music using MIDI-compatible
software on your computer.
DC In Jack
Italiano
Output Jack
To AC outlet
Português
Power cord
Nederlands
* To prevent malfunction and equipment failure, always turn down the volume, and turn off all the units before making any connections.
Bottom Panel (Connecting Headphones or Memory)
USB MEMORY Port
PHONES Jacks
Since this unit has two headphone jacks,
two people can also use headphones
simultaneously.
Stereo phone plug
A Headphones 3D Ambience effect will
be applied, producing the sensation that
the sound is emanating from the piano
itself even when using headphones (p. 12).
A separately sold USB
flash drive or wireless USB
adaptor can be connected
here (p. 7, p. 15).
Use a USB flash drive or
wireless USB adapter sold
by Roland.
Stereo-mini plug
9
Before You Play
Opening/Closing the Lid (RP401R)
Opening/Closing the Lid (F-130R)
You must use both hands to open or close the lid.
You must use both hands to open or close the lid.
Opening the Lid
1.
Opening the Lid
Use both hands to lift the edge of the lid, and push it away
from yourself.
1.
Use both hands to lift the edge of the lid, and push it away
from yourself.
Edge of lid
Edge of lid
2.
Push the lid away from yourself until it stops.
Closing the Lid
1.
Grasp and gently lower the edge of the lid with both hands.
Closing the Lid
1.
Grasp and gently lower the edge of the lid with both hands.
NOTE
• When opening or closing the lid, please be careful not to get your
fingers pinched between the movable part and the panel. In places
where small children are present, make sure that an adult provides
supervision and guidance.
• If you need to move the piano, make sure the lid is closed first to
prevent accidents.
NOTE
• When opening or closing the lid, please be careful not to get your
fingers pinched between the movable part and the panel. In places
where small children are present, make sure that an adult provides
supervision and guidance.
• If you need to move the piano, make sure the lid is closed first to
prevent accidents.
• Do not apply undue force to the music stand while it is in use.
• Do not open the lid while objects (papers or metal items) are
resting on the lid. The objects could fall into the piano and become
irretrievable.
10
When opening or closing the lid, take care not to pinch
your fingers between the folding sections.
It is dangerous to close the lid by pressing it from above, since you risk
pinching your fingers between the sections of the lid.
Opening the lid by pushing it may cause this unit to fall over. You must
grasp the edge of the lid when opening or closing it.
Turning the Power On/Off
Once everything is properly connected (p. 9), be sure to follow the
procedure below to turn on their power. If you turn on equipment in
the wrong order, you risk causing malfunction or equipment failure.
Turning the Power On
1.
Turn the [L] switch ON.
Setting the Reference Pitch
When playing ensemble with other instruments and in other such
instances, you can match the standard pitch to another instrument
(Master Tuning).
1.
2.
In “Various Settings (Function Mode)” (p. 12), choose “F07” and
then press the [s] button.
Use the [-] [+] buttons to set the reference pitch.
Reference pitch
Use the Volume buttons to adjust the volume.
4.
440.0 Hz (default)
40.0
442.0 Hz
42.0
Press the [s] button to return to the previous screen.
If you want to save the setting, carry out the Memory Backup
procedure (p. 12).
Hold down the [Metronome] button and press the [Split]
button to exit Function mode.
Français
The volume increases when you press the Volume [+] button, and
decreases when you press the Volume [-] button.
This will adjust the volume of the speakers if you’re using the speakers
of the unit, or the volume of the headphones if headphones are
connected. Each volume setting (for speaker or headphone) is saved
automatically.
3.
Display
Deutsch
2.
After a brief interval, you’ll be able to produce sounds by playing the
keyboard.
* T his unit is equipped with a protection circuit. A brief interval
(a few seconds) after turning the unit on is required before it will
operate normally.
English
Examples:
MEMO
The unit is designed so that nuances in the dynamics of your playing
will be clearly heard even at low volume, and that the sound will
remain clear even at high volume.
Italiano
Turning the Power Off
1.
Turn the [L] switch OFF.
Español
Português
Nederlands
11
°Various Settings (Function Mode)
Basic Operation in Function Mode
1. Hold down the [Metronome] button and press the [Split]
button.
Memory backup
Function mode is selected.
2. Use the [-] [+] buttons to select the function that you want
to set, and press the [s] button to display the setting
screen.
3. Use the [-] [+] buttons to adjust the setting.
Press the [s] button to return to the previous screen.
The settings of this digital piano will return to their default state when you turn off
the power. However, you can save the settings so they will remain unchanged even
after the power has been turned off, then on again.
The settings of items marked with the “ ” symbol in this operating manual can be
saved by using the Memory Backup function.
1.
In Function mode, choose “F1g” (Memory Backup) and press
the [s] button.
4. Hold down the [Metronome] button and press the [Split]
button to exit Function mode.
Function settings
Display
Value
F01
F (Fixed),
L2 (Super Light),
L1 (Light),
N (Medium),
H1 (Heavy),
H2 (Super Heavy)
F02
1 (Pair),
2 (Separate)
F03
Off, On
Explanation
Adjusting the Keyboard Sensitivity (Key Touch)
Here’s how to change the way in which the sound responds to your keyboard dynamics. You can adjust the response as appropriate for
your playing strength.
Changing the Way in Which the Sound Is Heard (Twin Piano Mode)
This setting specifies how the sound will be heard when Twin Piano is on.
Dividing the Keyboard for Two-Person Performance (Twin Piano)
This setting turns Twin Piano on/off.
F04
1 (Keyboard & Song),
2 (Keyboard),
3 (Song)
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page 3
Specifying What the Transpose Will Affect (Transpose Mode)
This setting specifies what the transpose will affect. You can use the transpose to change the pitch of both the song and the keyboard,
only the pitch of the song, or only the pitch of the keyboard.
Transposing the Keyboard or Song (Transpose)
Here you can specify the transposition value.
For example, if the song is written in E major but you want to play it using the fingering of the key of C major, you would set Transpose
to “4.”
F05
-6–0–5
[semitone]
If you play C E G " It will sound E G B
* If this is set to “0,” the Transpose function will be off.
Applying a Headphones 3D Ambience Effect to the Piano Sound
F06
(Headphones 3D Ambience)
Off, On
You can apply a Headphones 3D Ambience effect which produces the sensation that the sound is emanating from the piano itself even
when using headphones.
* The Headphones 3D Ambience effect applies only to piano tones; it does not apply to other tones.
On " Headphones 3D Ambience is on.
Off " Headphones 3D Ambience is off .
F07
12
15.3 (415.3)–
40.0 (440.0)–
66.2 (466.2) [Hz]
Matching the Pitch with Other Instruments (Master Tuning)
This setting specifies the reference pitch for this piano (the pitch of middle A).
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Various Settings (Function Mode)
Display
F08
F0g
Explanation
Changing the Tuning Method (Stretch Tuning)
1, 2
1 (Sostenuto, Soft),
2 (Start/Stop),
3 (Intro/Ending),
4 (Variation),
5 (Fill-in),
6 (Leading Bass)
This setting changes the type of stretch tuning, a tuning method that is used specifically for pianos, in which the high notes are tuned
slightly sharper and the low notes are tuned slightly flatter.
Normally, you should use the “1” setting (standard tuning curve).
Changing How the Pedals Work
Here you can assign the functions of the center pedal (F0g) and left pedal (F10).
1 " Sostenuto pedal (F0g), soft pedal (F10)
2 " Same function as the [s (Start/Stop)] button
3 " Intro/Ending function on/off (same function as the [y(Intro/Ending)] button)
4 " Variation on/off (same function as the [x (Variation)] button)
5 " Fill-in
6 " Leading Bass function on/off
English
F10
Value
F11
Off, On
F12
1 (Intelligent),
2 (Standard)
The function that sounds the lowest note of a fingered chord as the bass tone is called “Leading Bass.”
Off " The bass part of the rhythm plays the root of the chord. For example, if you play the chord E-G-C (C major), the note
C is sounded as the bass.
On " The bass part plays the lowest note of the chord you play. If you play the chord E-G-C (C major), the note E is
sounded as the bass.
The Leading Bass feature is always on while Split is off.
Français
Chord Recognition When Split Is On
Sets how the unit recognizes rhythm chords while Split function (p. 2) is on.
Intelligent " Plays chords even when basic chord tones are missing, allowing you to generate chords with very simple keyboard
playing. For details on how to play chords, refer to “Chord Fingering List” at the end of this manual.
Standard " Normal chord recognition.
Italiano
Preventing Doubled Notes When Connected to a Sequencer
(Local Control)
F13
Off, On
Local Control
Sound Generator
USB MIDI
In
Software
Synthesizer
Español
If a software synthesizer is connected to USB MIDI, turn this item “OFF.”
Since most software synthesizer have their Thru function turned on,
notes you play on the keyboard may be sounded in duplicate, or get
dropped. To prevent this, you can enable the “Local Off” setting so that
the keyboard and internal sound generator will be disconnected.
USB MIDI
Out
Computer
N.01–N.gg
(USB 01–99)
None
A song that you recorded on this unit can be copied to a USB flash drive.
The copy-source song number is displayed; use the [-] [+] buttons to select the desired number, and press the [s] button to confirm
it.
The copy-destination song number is displayed; use the [-] [+] buttons to select the desired number, and press the [s] button to
confirm it.
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (WPS Connection)
This lets you establish a WPS connection.
The display indicates “Svr”; press the [y] (cancel) button or the [s] (execute) button to cancel or connect.
F16
None
000–ggg
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Connecting to a Wireless LAN (Ad-Hoc Connection)
This lets you establish an ad-hoc connection.
The display indicates “Svr”; press the [y] (cancel) button or the [s] (execute) button to cancel or connect.
F17
Nederlands
F15
Copying a Song (Copy Song)
page 15
Viewing the Ad-Hoc Key
Of the five-digit ad-hoc key, the lower three digits are shown (the upper two digits are 00).
Português
F14
U.01–U.10
(USER 01–10)
Deutsch
Specifying How the Bass Part Behaves (Leading Bass)
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13
Restoring the Factory Settings (Factory Reset)
Display
F18
Value
Explanation
Making the Power Automatically Turn Off After a Time (Auto Off )
OFF, 10, 30, 240 [min.]
This specifies the auto-off setting.
The remaining time blinks before the power turns off. When there is less than one minute remaining, the countdown will be in seconds.
* This setting is saved automatically when you change it.
F1g
Saving the Settings (Memory Backup)
None
The settings of this digital piano will return to their default state when you turn off the power. However, you can
save the settings so they will remain unchanged even after the power has been turned off, then on again.
The display indicates “Svr”; press the [y] (cancel) button or the [s] (execute) button to cancel or execute.
page 12
°Restoring the Factory Settings (Factory Reset)
The settings you’ve changed in Function mode can be restored to their factory-set condition. This operation is called “Factory Reset.”
NOTE
The “Factory Reset” operation will erase all settings stored by the Memory Backup function, as well as all songs you’ve recorded in internal
memory.
1. While holding down the [Metronome] button and the
[Split] button, turn on the power.
Keep holding down the buttons until it indicates as “Svr” on the
display.
To cancel, press the [y] button.
2. To execute the Factory Reset, press the [s] button.
When the Factory Reset has been completed, the display will
indicate “End.”
* Never turn off the power before the display indicates “End.”
3. Press the [L] switch to turn the power off , then on again.
°Specifying the Maximum Volume (Volume Limit)
You can specify the maximum Volume setting. This will prevent undesirably high volumes even if the volume buttons are operated unintentionally.
1. Hold down the Volume [-] button and the Volume [+]
button, and press the [-] [+] buttons to adjust the value.
Value
20, 40, 60, 80, 100
MEMO
This setting is saved automatically when you change it.
14
°About the Wireless LAN Function
By inserting the wireless USB Adapter (WNA1100-RL; sold
separately) into this unit’s USB MEMORY port, you’ll be able to
use wireless-compatible applications (iOS apps such as the “Piano
Partner”).
iPad, etc
Wireless LAN access point
(e.g., wireless LAN router)
This unit
NOTE
The device (e.g., iPad) running the app must be connected to
the same network.
MEMO
• The connection data is stored in memory when you perform
the WPS procedure; the device will automatically connect to the
wireless network from the next time.
• All connection data will be erased if you perform a factory reset.
Wireless USB
Adapter (WNA1100-RL; sold
separately)
Wireless LAN
Connecting in Ad-Hoc Mode
English
Wireless LAN
What is Ad-Hoc mode?
Items required to use the wireless LAN function
** Wireless LAN access point (e.g., wireless LAN router) *1 *2
** iPad, etc
Deutsch
** Wireless USB Adapter (sold separately: WNA1100-RL) *3
Ad-Hoc mode lets you connect this unit directly to an iPad or other
wireless device without using a wireless LAN access point This is
a convenient way to use this unit with an iPad or other wireless
device if you’re in a location where the wireless LAN access point
you normally use is unavailable, such as when you’re away from
home.
Limitations
*2 T he ability to connect with all kinds of wireless LAN access points is
not guaranteed.
The first time you connect this unit to a new wireless network, you’ll
need to perform the following procedure (WPS) to join the wireless
network.
This procedure is required only the first time. (Once you’ve joined
the network, this procedure will no longer be necessary.)
This is a standard that makes it easy to make security settings when
connecting to a wireless LAN access point. We recommend that you
use WPS when connecting to a wireless LAN access point.
1. In Function mode ([Metronome]+[Split] button), choose
2. Press the [s] button once again to execute.
If you decide to cancel, press the [y] button.
3. Perform the WPS operation on your wireless LAN access
If you decide to cancel, press the [y] button.
3. In Function mode ([Metronome]+[Split] button), choose
“F17” and press the [s] button (p. 12).
Of the five-digit ad-hoc key, the lower three digits are shown.
555
If the display were to show the indication depicted in this
illustration, you would add “00” as the upper two digits, and enter
“00555” as the ad-hoc key.
4. On the iPad or other wireless device to which you’re
connecting, select the ad-hoc SSID shown in the screen
above to establish the connection.
Example: On an iPad, use [Settings] " [Wi-Fi] " [Choose
Network] and select the ad-hoc SSID (RP401R or F-130R).
A password entry screen appears; enter the ad-hoc key
listed above.
For details on how to connect to a wireless LAN from an iPad or
other device, refer to the owner’s manual of that device.
Nederlands
“F15” and press the [s] button (p. 12).
2. Press the [s] button once again to execute.
Português
What is WPS?
“F16” and press the [s] button (p. 12).
Español
Basic Connection Method
(Connect by WPS)
1. In Function mode ([Metronome]+[Split] button), choose
Italiano
*3 In some countries, the Wireless USB Adapter is not sold due to
regulations concerning radio-frequency equipment. For information
on whether the Wireless USB Adapter can be used in your country,
please contact the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized
Roland distributor, as listed on the “Information” page.
The iPad or other wireless device connected in Ad-Hoc mode
will be unable to communicate with the Internet or with another
wireless device. However, an iPad or other wireless device that
has cellular capability will be able to connect to the Internet via
the cellular connection. Please be aware that if you use a cellular
connection for Internet connectivity, you may incur costs
depending on your rate plan.
Français
*1 T he wireless LAN access point you use must support WPS. If you’re
unable to connect to the wireless LAN access point, try connecting
using Ad-Hoc mode.
5. When you want to end the Ad-Hoc mode connection,
restore the iPad settings in [Settings] " [Wi-Fi] "
[Choose a Network] to their previous state.
point (e.g., press the WPS button on your wireless LAN
access point).
For details on WPS operation of your wireless LAN access point,
refer to the owner’s manual for your wireless LAN access point.
You can use the wireless connection from an iOS app such as “Piano
Partner.” Choose “RP401R or F-130R” in the instrument select screen
of your iOS app.
15
°Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause/Action
This unit uses a hammer action keyboard in order to simulate an
Even though
acoustic piano’s playing touch as realistically as possible. For this
you’re using
reason, you’ll hear the hammers thump when you play the keyboard,
headphones
just as you would when playing an acoustic piano. Since this unit
and the sound
allows you to adjust its volume, you might notice the sound of the
is muted, a
hammers in certain situations, but this does not indicate a malfuncthumping sound
tion. If vibration transmitted to the floor or walls is a concern, you may
is heard when
be able to minimize the vibration by moving the piano away from the
you play the
wall, or by laying down a commercially available anti-vibration mat
keyboard
designed for use with pianos.
Power turns off
on its own
When 30 minutes have elapsed since you last played or operated this
unit, the power will turn off automatically. (This is the factory setting.)
If you don’t need the power to turn off automatically, turn the “Auto
Off” setting off (p. 14).
Power does not
turn on
Is the AC adaptor connected correctly? (p. 9)
Is the pedal connected correctly?
Plug the cord firmly into the pedal connector (p. 9).
Pedal does
not work, or is
“stuck”
If you disconnect the pedal cord from the unit while the power is on,
the pedal effect may remain “stuck” in the On condition.
You must power-off the unit before connecting or disconnecting the
pedal cord.
Could Twin Piano be turned on?
If Twin Piano is on, the right pedal will affect only the right-hand
keyboard zone and the left pedal will affect only the left-hand
keyboard zone (p. 3).
Insufficient
volume
Could the volume limit setting have lowered the maximum volume?
The volume can’t be louder than the specified volume limit. Change
the volume limit setting (p. 14).
The volume
level of the
instrument
connected to
Input jack is too
low
Could you be using a connection cable that contains a resistor?
Use a connection cable that does not contain a resistor.
Could the unit’s volume or the volume of the connected equipment be
turned down?
No sound/No
sound when
you play back a
song
Problem
Cause/Action
High-pitched
ringing is heard
If you hear this in headphones:
Piano sounds that have a brilliant and crisp character contain substantial high-frequency components that may sound as though a metallic
ringing has been added. This is because the characteristics of an actual
piano are being faithfully reproduced, and is not a malfunction. This
ringing is more obtrusive if the ambience effect is applied heavily, so
you may be able to minimize it by decreasing the ambience.
If you don’t hear this in headphones:
It is likely that there is some other reason (such as resonances within
the unit). Please contact your dealer, the nearest Roland Service Center,
or an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the “Information.”
If you set the volume to the maximum setting, the sound may be
distorted depending on how you perform. If this occurs, turn down
the volume.
If you don’t hear this in headphones:
Performing at high volumes may cause the speakers or objects
near the unit to resonate. Fluorescent lights or glass doors may also
resonate sympathetically. In particular, this is more likely to occur for
lower notes and higher volumes. You can take the following measures
Sound wrong, or to minimize resonances.
are buzzy
• Locate this unit 10–15 cm (4–6 inch) away from walls or other
surfaces.
• Keep the volume down.
• Move away from the objects that are resonating.
If you hear this in headphones:
It is likely that there is some other reason. Please contact your dealer,
the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor,
as listed on the “Information.”
When Using the Wireless LAN
Function
Problem
Could headphones be connected?
Could there be a plug inserted in a headphone jack?
The speakers will not produce sound if headphones or plug are
connected to the headphone jacks (p. 9).
Make sure that your wireless LAN access point supports WPS. If your
wireless LAN access point does not support WPS, you can connect
using the procedure described in “Connecting in Ad-Hoc Mode” (p. 15).
The 802.11a/b wireless standard is not supported. Please use the
802.11g/n (2.4 GHz) wireless standard.
Has Local Control been set to “Off”?
When Local Control is set to Off, no sound is produced on the
keyboard. Set Local Control to On (p. 13).
The maximum simultaneous polyphony is 128 voices. If you’re using
Not all the notes the Dual tone (p. 2), if you’re playing along with a song, or if you’re
you play are
making extensive use of the damper pedal, the performance data may
sounded
exceed the available polyphony, possibly causing some of the notes
you play to drop out.
Could you have made Transpose settings? (p. 12)
The WEP authentication method is not supported. Please use the WPA
or WPA2 authentication method.
Can’t connect to Make sure that DHCP is enabled for your wireless LAN access point.
a wireless LAN
The connection might not occur successfully due to the state of the
access point
radio signal. If so, use the procedure described in “Basic Connection
Method (Connect by WPS)” (p. 15), and reconnect your wireless LAN
access point.
There is a limit to the connection data that can be remembered.
Making a new connection may cause older connection data to be
deleted.
All connection data will be deleted if you execute a factory reset. If the
connection data has been deleted, please re-connect to the wireless
LAN access point.
Is the Master Tune setting appropriate? (p. 11)
Pitch of the
The notes of a piano are tuned using a unique method
keyboard or
(stretched tuning), which makes upper-range notes slightly higher in
song is incorrect
pitch, and lower-range notes slightly lower in pitch. For this reason,
you might perceive the pitch as being incorrect, but this is the way an
acoustic piano should sound.
Sounds are
heard twice
(doubled) when
the keyboard is
played
Could you have selected a dual tone? (p. 2)
When this unit is connected to an external sequencer, set the Local
Control to off. Alternatively, the sequencer could be set so its Soft Thru
feature is Off (p. 13).
Reverberation
remains even
though you’ve
turned off the
Ambience effect
The piano sounds of this digital piano faithfully simulate the sense of
depth and resonance of an acoustic piano. For this reason, it may seem
as though there is some reverberation even when the Ambience effect
is turned off.
The sound
of the higher
notes suddenly
changes from a
certain key
On an acoustic piano, the approximately one and a half octaves
of notes at the upper end of the keyboard will continue sounding
regardless of the damper pedal. These notes also have a somewhat
different tonal character.
This unit faithfully simulate this characteristic of acoustic pianos. On
this unit, the range that is unaffected by the damper pedal will change
according to the transpose setting.
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Cause/Action
Communication
is unstable
Communication may be unstable depending on the usage of the radio
frequency spectrum.
If communication is unstable, the response may be sluggish, or if using
audio communication, there may be dropouts in the audio.
The following actions may improve the situation.
• Move the wireless LAN access point and this unit closer to each
other.
• Change the channel setting of the wireless LAN access point.
Is the unit turned on?
The unit is not
found in the
instrument
connections
of the iOS app
(such as “Piano
Partner”)
Is the wireless USB adapter (WNA1100-RL) inserted to the unit?
Is the unit connected to the wireless LAN?
Are the unit and the iPad connected to the same network (the same
wireless LAN access point)?
Is the wireless LAN access point set to allow communication between
wireless LAN devices?
For details on settings, refer to the owner’s manual of your wireless
LAN access point.
°Message List
Indication
Meaning
E.10
No USB flash drive connected. Connect a USB flash drive and try the
operation again.
E.11
There is insufficient free space at the save destination. Either connect a
different USB flash drive, or delete unwanted data (song data) and try
the operation again.
E.14
An error occurred while reading. The USB flash drive may be damaged.
Connect a different USB flash drive and try the operation again. You may
also format the USB flash drive (p. 7).
E.15
The file could not be read. The data format is not compatible with the
unit.
E.16
The data could not be read fast enough during song playback. After
waiting several seconds, you may be able to play back the song by
pressing the [s] button once again.
E.18
This audio format is not supported. Please use WAV format, 44.1 kHz,
16-bit linear audio files.
E.30
The unit’s internal memory is full.
E.40
The unit cannot deal with the excessive MIDI data sent from the external
USB MIDI.
Reduce the amount of MIDI data sent to the unit.
E.46
The access point is not supported. Please use WPA or WPA2 authentication.
E.51
There may be a problem with the system.
Repeat the procedure from the beginning. If it is not solved after you
have tried a number of times, contact the Roland service center.
E.65
The USB flash drive connector was subjected to excessive current.
Make sure that there is no problem with the external media, then turn
the power off, then on again.
---
The Panel Lock function is on (p. 9).
PU
Blinking
number
Italiano
An error occurred while writing. It may be that the protect tab of the
external media is in the “Protect (write prohibit)” position, or that the
external media has not been formatted.
Français
E.02
Deutsch
The music file you attempted to save is read-only. It cannot be saved.
English
E.01
When playing back a song, this is shown if the song starts on an upbeat.
When the Auto Off function is activated, the remaining time blinks
before the power turns off.
Español
Português
Nederlands
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°USING THE UNIT SAFELY
WARNING
To completely turn off power to
the unit, pull out the plug from
the outlet
Even with the power switch
turned off, this unit is not
completely separated from
its main source of power.
When the power needs to be
completely turned off, turn off the power
switch on the unit, then pull out the plug
from the outlet. For this reason, the outlet
into which you choose to connect the
power cord’s plug should be one that is
within easy reach and readily accessible.
Concerning the Auto Off function
The power to this unit will be
turned 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). If you do not want the power
to be turned off automatically, disengage
the Auto Off function (p. 14).
CAUTION
WARNING
Use only the supplied AC adaptor
and the correct voltage
Be sure to use only the AC
adaptor supplied with the unit.
Also, make sure the line voltage
at the installation matches the
input voltage specified on the
AC adaptor’s body. Other AC
adaptors may use a different polarity, or be
designed for a different voltage, so their
use could result in damage, malfunction, or
electric shock.
Use only the supplied power cord
Use only the attached power
cord. Also, the supplied power
cord must not be used with any
other device.
Cautions when moving this unit
If you need to move the
instrument, take note of the
precautions listed below. At
least two persons are required
to safely lift and move the unit.
It should be handled carefully,
all the while keeping it level. Make sure to
have a firm grip, to protect yourself from
injury and the instrument from damage.
• Check to make sure the screws securing
the unit to the stand (RP401R) or the side
boards (F-130R) have not become loose.
Fasten them again securely whenever you
notice any loosening.
• Disconnect the power cord.
• Disconnect all cords coming from external
devices.
• Raise the adjusters on the stand (RP401R).
CAUTION
Disconnect the power plug
whenever the unit will not be used
for an extended period of time
Take care so as not to get fingers
pinched
When handling the following
moving parts, take care so as
not to get fingers, toes, etc.,
pinched. Whenever a child uses
the unit, an adult should be on
hand to provide supervision
and guidance.
• Pedals (p. 8)
°IMPORTANT NOTES
• Do not allow objects to remain on top
of the keyboard. This can be the cause
of malfunction, such as keys ceasing to
produce sound.
• Depending on the material and
temperature of the surface on which you
place the unit, its rubber feet may discolor
or mar the surface.
You can place a piece of felt or cloth
under the rubber feet to prevent this from
happening. If you do so, please make
sure that the unit will not slip or move
accidentally (F-130R).
Maintenance
• To clean the unit, use a dry, soft cloth; or
one that is slightly dampened. Try to wipe
the entire surface using an equal amount
of strength, moving the cloth along with
the grain of the wood. Rubbing too hard
in the same area can damage the finish.
Repairs and Data
• Before sending the unit away for repairs,
be sure to make a backup of the data
stored within it; or you may prefer to write
down the needed information. Although
we will do our utmost to preserve the data
stored in your unit when we carry out
repairs, in some cases, such as when the
memory section is physically damaged,
restoration of the stored content may be
impossible. Roland assumes no liability
concerning the restoration of any stored
content that has been lost.
18
To prevent accidental ingestion
of the parts listed below,
always keep them out of the
reach of small children.
• Included Parts/Removable
Parts
Screws
Take care not to get burned
The area shown in the
illustration may become hot, so
take care to avoid burns.
RP401R
• Remove the music stand (RP401R).
• Lid cover (p. 10)
Placement
Keep small items out of the reach
of children
• Close the lid.
Fire may result in the unlikely
event that a breakdown occurs.
• Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight,
place it near devices that radiate heat,
leave it inside an enclosed vehicle, or
otherwise subject it to temperature
extremes. Also, do not allow lighting
devices that normally are used while their
light source is very close to the unit (such
as a piano light), or powerful spotlights to
shine upon the same area of the unit for
extended periods of time. Excessive heat
can deform or discolor the unit.
CAUTION
Additional Precautions
• Any data stored within the unit can be
lost as the result of equipment failure,
incorrect operation, etc. To protect
yourself against the irretrievable loss
of data, try to make a habit of creating
regular backups of the data you’ve stored
in the unit.
• Roland assumes no liability concerning
the restoration of any stored content that
has been lost.
• Never strike or apply strong pressure to
the display.
• The sound of keys being struck and
vibrations produced by playing an
instrument can be transmitted through
a floor or wall to an unexpected extent.
Please take care not to cause annoyance
to others nearby.
• Do not apply undue force to the music
stand while it is in use (RP401R).
• When opening or closing the lid, please
be careful not to get your fingers pinched
between the movable part and the
panel. In places where small children are
present, make sure that an adult provides
supervision and guidance.
• Do not hang anything other than
headphones on the headphone hook.
Do not apply undue force to the hook.
Otherwise, you risk damaging the hook.
Using External Memories
• Please observe the following precautions
when handling external memory devices.
Also, make sure to carefully observe all
the precautions that were supplied with
the external memory device.
• Do not remove the device while
reading/writing is in progress.
• To prevent damage from static
electricity, discharge all static
electricity from your person before
handling the device.
Intellectual Property Right
• It is forbidden by law to make an audio
recording, video recording, copy or
revision of a third party's copyrighted
work (musical work, video work,
broadcast, live performance, or other
work), whether in whole or in part,
and distribute, sell, lease, perform, or
broadcast it without the permission of the
copyright owner.
• Do not use this product for purposes that
could infringe on a copyright held by a
third party. We assume no responsibility
whatsoever with regard to any
infringements of third-party copyrights
arising through your use of this product.
• The copyright of content in this product
(the sound waveform data, style data,
accompaniment patterns, phrase data,
audio loops and image data) is reserved
by Roland Corporation.
• Purchasers of this product are permitted
to utilize said content (except song data
such as Demo Songs) for the creating,
performing, recording and distributing
original musical works.
• Purchasers of this product are NOT
permitted to extract said content in
original or modified form, for the purpose
of distributing recorded medium of said
content or making them available on a
computer network.
• XGlite ( ) is a registered trademark or a
trademark of Yamaha Corporation.
• Roland, SuperNATURAL and GS are either
registered trademarks or trademarks of
Roland Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
• Apple, iPad are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of Apple Inc.
F-130R
°Tone List
[Piano] button
No.
Name
No.
Name
No.
Name
No.
Name
1
Concert Piano
4
Magical Piano
7
Piano + Choir
10
Harpsichord
2
Ballade Piano
5
Piano + Strings
8
Rock Piano
11
Coupled Harpsichord
3
Bright Piano
6
Piano + Pad
g
Ragtime Piano
[Other] button
No.
Name
No.
Name
No.
Name
No.
Name
1
Trem. TineEP
12
Mallet Isle
23
Ballad Organ
34
Dcy ChoirPad
2
Pop E.Piano
13
Morning Lite
24
Full Stops
35
Nylon-str.Gt
3
Tine EP
14
SymphonicStr
25
Mellow Bars
36
Steel-str.Gt
4
FM E.Piano
15
Rich Strings
26
Accordion
37
Jazz Guitar
5
Bright FM EP
16
OrchestraStr
27
Aerial Choir
38
AcousticBass
6
Vib. ReedEP
17
DecayStrings
28
Jazz Scat
3g
A.Bass+Cymbl
7
Clav.
18
Harp
2g
Female Aahs
40
FingeredBass
8
PhaserTineEP
1g
PizzicatoStr
30
Male Aahs
41
g
Vibraphone
20
ChurchOrgan1
31
Decay Choir
10
Marimba
21
ChurchOrgan2
32
Thum Voice
11
Celesta
22
Combo Jz.Org
33
Soft Pad
:
GM2 tones
305
°Rhythm List
Genre
Pop
Ballad
Rock
No.
Name
Genre
No.
Name
1-1
Gold Medium
Beat
1-2
Frank's Way
1-3
Gold Slow Beat
1-4
Gold Beat
1-5
Jessie Beat
1-6
US Shuffle
1-7
Strummin' Pop
1-8
Unplugged Pop
1-g
Amazing Gospel
4-2
Midnight Slow
Swing
2-1
Easy Ballad
4-3
Big Band Medium
2-2
Acoustic Ballad
4-4
Slow Jazz Waltz
4-5
Cool Soul
4-6
Cool Blues
4-7
Go! Rock'N
4-8
Blue Boogie
4-g
Rock'N Slow
5-1
It Valzer
5-2
Gold Wien Waltz
2-3
Love Slow Rock
2-4
Unplugged
Ballad
2-5
Spring Rock
2-6
Joe's Rock
2-7
Breaky Rock
3-1
Seventies
3-2
Jamiro Dance
Disco
Disco
Jazz
Blues
Ball
Room
Genre
No.
Name
Genre
No.
Name
3-3
Gold Disco
5-3
Gold Slow Waltz
7-5
German Polka
3-4
Survive Disco
5-4
Polka Disco
7-6
German Waltz
3-5
Hitmix
5-5
Gold Tango
7-7
6_8 March
3-6
Club House
5-6
Gold Foxtrot
7-8
US March
3-7
Baby Beat
5-7
Quick Step
7-g
Orchestral Waltz
3-8
Breath Rap
5-8
Go! Twist
8-1
Country Rock
3-g
Now Hip Hop
6-1
Gold Rhumba
8-2
Country Flyer
4-1
Gold Swing
6-2
Beguine
8-3
Southern Twang
Ball
Room
Tradit
World
Country
Latin
6-3
Gold Cha Cha
8-4
Country Ballad
6-4
That's Mambo
8-5
Country Beat
6-5
Cuba Salsa
8-6
Country Pop
6-6
Acoustic Samba
g-1
P. Arpeggio
6-7
Jazz Bossa
g-2
P. Pop
6-8
Fast Bossa
g-3
P. Classic Polka
Pianist
Tradit
World
6-g
Samba
g-4
P. Waltz
7-1
Pop Reggae
g-5
P. Boogie
7-2
Love Reggae
g-6
P. Ragtime
7-3
Gospel Shuffle
7-4
Ska
°Chord Fingering List
C
C#
D
E
E
F
CM7
C#M7
DM7
E M7
EM7
FM7
C7
C#7
D7
E 7
E7
F7
Cm
C#m
Dm
E m
Em
Fm
Cm7
C#m7
Dm7
E m7
Em7
Fm7
CmM7
C#mM7
DmM7
E mM7
EmM7
FmM7
Cdim
C#dim
Ddim
E dim
Edim
Fdim
Cm7 ( 5 )
C#m7 ( 5 )
Dm7 ( 5 )
E m7 ( 5 )
Em7 ( 5 )
Fm7 ( 5 )
Caug
C#aug
Daug
E aug
Eaug
Faug
Csus4
C#sus4
Dsus4
E sus4
Esus4
Fsus4
C7sus4
C#7sus4
D7sus4
E 7sus4
E7sus4
F7sus4
C7/13
C#7/13
D7/13
E 7/13
E7/13
F7/13
F#
G
A
A
B
B
F#M7
GM7
A M7
AM7
B M7
BM7
F#7
G7
A 7
A7
B 7
B7
F#m
Gm
A m
Am
B m
Bm
F#m7
Gm7
A m7
Am7
B m7
Bm7
F#mM7
GmM7
A mM7
AmM7
B mM7
BmM7
F#dim
Gdim
A dim
Adim
B dim
Bdim
F#m7 ( 5 )
Gm7 ( 5 )
A m7 ( 5 )
Am7 ( 5 )
B m7 ( 5 )
Bm7 ( 5 )
F#aug
Gaug
A aug
Aaug
B aug
Baug
F#sus4
Gsus4
A sus4
Asus4
B sus4
Bsus4
F#7sus4
G7sus4
A 7sus4
A7sus4
B 7sus4
B7sus4
F#7/13
G7/13
A 7/13
A7/13
B 7/13
B7/13
°Internal Song List
No.
a.01
a.02
a.03
a.04
a.05
a.06
a.07
a.08
a.0g
a.10
a.11
a.12
a.13
a.14
a.15
a.16
a.17
a.18
a.1g
a.20
a.21
a.22
a.23
a.24
a.25
a.26
a.27
a.28
a.2g
a.30
a.31
a.32
a.33
a.34
a.35
a.36
a.37
a.38
a.3g
a.40
a.41
a.42
a.43
a.44
a.45
a.46
a.47
a.48
a.4g
a.50
a.51
a.52
a.53
a.54
a.55
a.56
a.57
a.58
a.5g
a.60
Song Name
Composer
Valse, op.34-1
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
Polonaise op.53
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
Nocturne No.20
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
Die Forelle
Franz Peter Schubert,
Arranged by Franz Liszt
Reflets dans l'Eau
Claude Achille Debussy
La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin
Claude Achille Debussy
La Campanella
Franz Liszt
Scherzo No.2
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
Étude, op.10-12
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
Sonate No.15
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Liebesträume 3
Franz Liszt
Étude, op.10-3
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
Je te veux
Erik Satie
Valse, op.64-1
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
Golliwog's Cakewalk
Claude Achille Debussy
Fantaisie-Impromptu
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
Arabesque 1
Claude Achille Debussy
An der schönen, blauen Donau
Johann Strauss, Sohn
Auf Flügeln des Gesanges
Felix Mendelssohn
Mazurka No.5
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
Gymnopédie 1
Erik Satie
Étude, op.25-1
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
Clair de Lune
Claude Achille Debussy
Étude, op.10-5
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
Dr. Gradus ad Parnassum
Claude Achille Debussy
Grande Valse Brillante
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
La prière d'une Vierge
Tekla Badarzewska
Course en Troïka
Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
To The Spring
Edvard Hagerup Grieg
Valse, op.64-2
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
Radetzky Marsch
Johann Baptist Strauss
Träumerei
Robert Alexander Schumann
Moments Musicaux 3
Franz Peter Schubert
Prélude, op.28-15
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
Harmonious Blacksmith
Georg Friedrich Händel
Ungarische Tänze 5
Johannes Brahms
Türkischer Marsch
Ludwig van Beethoven
Nocturne No.2
Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin
Frühlingslied
Felix Mendelssohn
Präludium
Johann Sebastian Bach
Jägerlied
Felix Mendelssohn
Passepied
Claude Achille Debussy
Für Elise
Ludwig van Beethoven
Türkischer Marsch
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Ständchen
Franz Peter Schubert
Humoreske
Antonín Dvořák
Blumenlied
Gustav Lange
Alpenglöckchen
Theodor Oesten
Menuett G dur
Ludwig van Beethoven
Venezianisches Gondellied
Felix Mendelssohn
Alpenabendröte
Theodor Oesten
Farewell to the Piano
Ludwig van Beethoven
Brautchor
Wilhelm Richard Wagner
Forget-Me-Not
Heinrich Lichner
Wiener Marsch
Carl Czerny
Le Coucou
Louis Claude Daquin
Menuett G dur
Johann Sebastian Bach
Spinnerlied
Albert Ellmenreich
Gavotte
François Joseph Gossec
Heidenröslein
Gustav Lange
No.
a.61
a.62
a.63
a.64
a.65
a.66
a.67
a.68
a.6g
b.01
:
Song Name
Composer
Zigeuner Tanz
Heinrich Lichner
La Cinquantaine
Gabriel Marie
Csikos Post
Hermann Necke
Dolly's Dreaming Awakening
Theodor Oesten
La Violette
Louis Streabbog
Fröhlicher Landmann
Robert Alexander Schumann
Sonatine op.36-1
Muzio Clementi
Sonatine op.20-1
Friedrich Kuhlau
Sonatine No.5
Ludwig van Beethoven
Czerny 100-1–99
Carl Czerny
Czerny 100-100
Carl Czerny
Hanon 1–20
Charles Hanon
b.gg
b. 0
c.01
:
c.20
* All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this material for purposes
other than private, personal enjoyment is a violation of applicable
laws.
* Musical scores are not included with this unit. You can purchase
musical scores from their respective publishers.
* No data for the music that is played will be output from USB
Computer port.
For EU Countries
For China
For the U.K.
IMPORTANT: THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE.
BLUE:
NEUTRAL
BROWN: LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying
the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
Under no circumstances must either of the above wires be connected to the earth terminal of a three pin plug.
For the USA
Model Name :
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Address :
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Compliance Information Statement
RP401R, F-130R
Digital Piano
Roland Corporation U.S.
5100 S. Eastern Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90040-2938
(323) 890-3700
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENT
For the USA
Model Name :
Type
of Equipment
:
This
equipment
has been
tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
Responsible
Party limits
:
FCC
Rules. These
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
Address
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installation. This
equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
Telephone
:
accordance
with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television
reception,
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
Model
Namewhich
: FP-80
interference
by one or: more
of Piano
the following measures:
Type of Equipment
Digital
–
Reorient
or
relocate
the
antenna.
Corporation
U.S.
Responsible Party : Roland receiving
– Increase
the separation
equipment
and receiver.
Eastern the
Avenue
Los Angeles,
CA 90040-2938
Address
: 5100 S.between
– Connect
the
equipment
into
an
outlet
on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Telephone : (323) 890-3700
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment requires shielded interface cables in order to meet FCC class B limit.
Any unauthorized changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
For Canada
CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3 (B)
For Korea
WARNING
For C.A. US (Proposition 65)
This product contains chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm, including lead.
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