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Roland EP-880

Digital Pianofrom the Roland EP series

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absolu75's review

By absolu75, 13/08/2008
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-Touch is enjoyable and trs trs close to that of a real piano, even if diffrent, can be a little harder, which is not bad when you pass on an acoustic piano for that matter. This is one of the best I numrique touch up the test in this price range.
-The configuration is very simple, the manual is comprehensive and clear trs and the number of buttons is rather limited for easier configuration.


-First of all I prcise I bought the EP 880 as a piano and not a synthtiseur. So I speak here only of piano sounds, which seem pretty good, even trs good, even if it can certainly do better, but certainly not at the same price.
-I am still beginners at the piano, not cost nanmoins I wrong, and I find the sound trs correct, even if I would have the costs in an empty room, This is not the IDAL home.


I use the Roland EP 880 for over a year now.
J'apprcie much the srieux ism, the quality of touch and sound to a piano numrique. The mtronome Intgr is also very practical. There are many classic songs recorded on it, which is a dtail apprciable trs.
The weak point for me would be the only design that I find quite heavy and not very refined but not hideous.

When buying, I hsit length between the EP-880 from Roland and Yamaha P-140 I think.
In sound, it is true that Yamaha had a piano sound pretty impressive cock, but c'tait one of the few positive points that I raised in relation to Roland. The diffrence in price as trs important (the era was worth the Yamaha 1200 I believe and I pay the Roland 899), my choice turned to Roland. I also essay and Knorg Casio DIFFERENT, but select the final was between the Yamaha and Roland.

The report qualitprix is ​​empty. It's perfect.
I also strongly recommend the purchase of this piano numrique, especially for beginners, and I do it again the same choice as I am happy with this instrument!

Doags's review

By Doags, 09/07/2007
- Keyboard: 88 keys, key hammer TL
- 15 sounds
- 64 voice polyphony
- 2 x 10W amplification system with Bass Reflex
- Sharing function keyboard
- Metronome complete with volume control
- 2-track recorder (about 5000 notes)
- 66 + 13 Songs Demo Songs
- 7 Time history
- Headphone jack - MIDI Connectors - Audio in / out
- 1.312 mx 0.38 mx 0.14 m Weight 20 kg


Touch is very nice. It does not replace an acoustic piano touch but is fully functional and fairly swift. More realistic than the Casio and not very different from the Roland FP4 (or even slightly heavier). For cons, the keys are quite noisy.

The general configuration is fairly simple, anyway functions are not very many people come here so easily.


Sounds are generally successful. The piano sounds, three in number, are very good. The first is very bright, the 2nd duller, and the third has a violin accompaniment. Other sounds (organ, e.piano ...) are also very correct. The harpsichord me less pleased on the other hand.
You can adjust the brightness and reverb.

The expression is good, the nuances are successful and the velocity is adjustable (4 levels of adjustment of touch).


I use it for a few days.
It is a quality digital piano with a very good value for money.
Unlike the FP4 and FP7, the number of features is limited.
But if you want to use it primarily as a piano, and for less than 1000 euros, the EP880 is in my opinion an excellent choice.
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Roland EP-880 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Roland
  • Model:EP-880
  • Series:EP
  • Category:Digital Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 08/07/2008

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