Roland LX-9 Premium Digital Piano


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🎹 Unveiling the Roland LX-9: The Ultimate Digital Piano Experience! 🎹

The Roland LX-9 stands as an example of unparalleled excellence, underscoring the brand’s unwavering commitment to innovation. Familiar to enthusiasts well-versed in Roland’s expansive collection of premium instruments, the LX-9 serves as a testament to the brand’s technological prowess. Key features, such as the cutting-edge Piano Reality Modeling Concert tone engine, limitless polyphony, and the celebrated Hybrid Grand action, now enhanced with Dynamic Sensor Acceleration and Haptic Vibration, collectively contribute to an immersive and expressive playing experience.

Notable Features

As the flagship model in the LX series, the Roland LX-9 boasts a plethora of notable features, including:

  • Piano Reality Modeling Concert Tone Engine
  • Hybrid Grand Piano Action
  • 8-speaker configuration, featuring digital amplification and multi-channel output
  • Unparalleled Cabinet Design and Construction
  • Silver Pedals and Accents
  • Smart Panel with Touch Controls and Auto-Hide function
  • 400 Built-in Internal Songs


The Roland LX9 showcases the acclaimed ‘Hybrid Grand’ action, widely recognized as Roland’s premier keyboard mechanism. This exceptional action is not only featured in the LX-9 but also finds its place in the prestigious GP9 and GP9M digital grand models. This action is a variant of the well loved PHA-50 design with extended key lengths, offering an even more profound resemblance to the feel of playing a grand piano. Well-known among professional pianists and keyboard players, the Hybrid Grand action, with its sensitive touch and textured keys, provides a realistic grading across the instrument’s range while ensuring a rewarding playing experience.

A compelling advancement in the LX-9’s action is the incorporation of Roland’s groundbreaking Dynamic Sensor Acceleration, representing a significant departure from conventional sensor designs. This innovative feature consistently captures the subtleties and dynamic nuances of a performance with heightened precision. More explicitly, even fine details like fast trills at a pianissimo dynamic marking will be faithfully rendered. Exclusive to the Roland LX-9 is the introduction of Haptic Vibration, further enhancing the organic feel and response of an acoustic piano. The Haptic Vibration simulates the subtle sympathetic vibration felt of the keys of an acoustic piano. These new features not only underline Roland’s commitment to excellence but also showcase their dedication to pushing the boundaries of performance capabilities of digital pianos.

Sound Engine

The Roland LX-9 relies on the highly sophisticated ‘Piano Reality Modeling Concert’ engine, distinguishing itself by eschewing samples entirely in favor of meticulously detailed modeling. This innovative approach grants musicians unprecedented control and customization over their instrument’s sound, allowing for heightened levels of expression and nuance akin to an acoustic piano. Recognizing the limitations of sound sampling in capturing certain details of an acoustic piano, Roland’s modeling-based method has garnered widespread acclaim for its fidelity and authenticity. Furthermore, this makes the Roland LX-9 one of the most versatile instruments on the market.

Enhancing the sonic experience, the LX-9 features an impressive 4-way/8-speaker system, propelled by a robust amplifier, ensuring that every corner of a home is filled with a rich and resonant sound. The speaker placement has been entirely reimagined for this new model – including center channel speakers, resulting in improved sonic clarity. Leveraging Roland’s ‘Piano Reality Projection Concert’ speaker technology, the LX-9 goes beyond mere replication, faithfully recreating acoustic details such as string resonance, hammer noise, and cabinet resonance. The latest modeling technology and DSP contribute to significant improvements in L/R imaging and stereo key following, elevating the LX-9’s performance to new heights of sonic realism.

Notably, with limitless polyphony, the Roland LX-9 empowers musicians with unparalleled expression, offering over 300 top-tier instrument sounds for a versatile sonic palette across diverse creative pursuits.


When it comes to connectivity, the Roland LX-9 includes a comprehensive array of options. Boasting both MIDI and Audio Bluetooth capabilities, this digital piano effortlessly facilitates wireless connections to your phone or tablet, whether you’re engaging with Roland’s Piano App or streaming music through the piano’s exceptional speaker system for an inspiring listening experience.

The Roland LX-9 goes further with its connectivity options, featuring two headphone ports equipped with Roland’s cutting-edge Piano Reality Headphone Technology. Additionally, it includes a DC in Jack, stereo miniature phone type Input Jacks, (L/Mono R) ¼ inch phone type Output Jacks, a USB Type A Port, and a USB Type B port, ensuring that the LX-9 stands as a versatile and adaptable hub for various audio connections and applications.


Emerging as the latest flagship model within Roland’s impressive LX Series, the LX-9 effortlessly caters to the discerning preferences of musicians seeking cutting-edge technological advancements coupled with timeless acoustic piano aesthetics. Crafted with precision and loaded with a myriad of new features and evolutions from its predecessor, the LX-9 stands as the peak of Roland’s excellence, representing the constant evolution of their digital piano offerings. This instrument is tailor-made to leave an indelible impression, even on the most accomplished professional pianists, showcasing Roland’s unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of innovation and setting new standards in the world of digital pianos.


Product Specifications

Piano Sound

Piano Reality Modeling

Max Polyphony

Piano: Limitless (solo playing using ‘Piano’ category tones)
Other: 256


Total 324 Tones
Grand: 4 Tones
Upright: 5 Tones
Classical: 5 Tones
E.Piano: 12 Tones
Organ: 12 Tones
Other: 286 Tones


Piano Reality Ambience

Type: Studio, Lounge, Concert Hall, Wooden Hall, Stone Hall, Cathedral
Depth: 11 steps


Hybrid Grand Keyboard (88 keys Hammer Action Keyboard):
with Escapement, Ebony/Ivory Feel, High Precision Sensing and Haptic Key Vibration


Damper (Responsive Damper Action Pedal, capable of continuous detection, Damper Modeling)
Soft (capable of continuous detection, function assignable)
Sostenuto (function assignable, with muffler pedal function)

Sound System

Piano Reality Projection


Cabinet Speakers: 25 cm (9-7/8 inches) x 2 (with Speaker Box)
Near-field Speakers: (12 cm (4-3/4 inches) x 8 cm (3-3/16 inches)) x 2 (with Speaker Box)
Center Near-field Speakers: 8 cm (3-3/16 inches) x 2
Spatial Speakers: 2.5 cm (1 inch) x 2 (Dome type)

Rated Power Output

33 W x 2
21 W x 2
13 W x 2
14 W x 2


Piano Reality Headphones Ambience


Music rest: with Music holders
Key cover: Fallboard type, with Keyboard Lid Switch

Tuning / Voicing

Touch Sensitivity

Key Touch: 100 steps, fixed touch
Hammer Response: Off, 10 steps

Master Tuning

415.3–466.2 Hz (adjustable in increments of 0.1 Hz)


10 types (Equal, Just Major, Just Minor, Pythagorean, Kirnberger I, Kirnberger II, Kirnberger III, Meantone, Werckmeister, Arabic), selectable temperament key



Piano Designer

Key Off Noise
Hammer Noise
Duplex Scale
Full Scale String Resonance
Key Off Resonance
Cabinet Resonance
Soundboard Type
Damper Modeling
Soft Pedal
Single Note Tuning
Single Note Volume
Single Note Character

Internal Songs

Total 394 songs
Listening: 27 songs
Ensemble: 30 songs
Entertainment: 20 songs
Do Re Mi Lesson: 30 songs
Lesson: 287 songs (Scale, Hanon, Beyer, Burgmuller, Czerny 100)

Data Playback

Playable Software

Standard MIDI Files (Format 0, 1)
Audio File (WAV: 44.1 kHz, 16-bit linear format, MP3: 44.1 kHz, 64 kbps–320 kbps, requires USB flash drive)


Recordable Software

Standard MIDI Files (Format 0, 3 parts, Approx. 70,000 notes memory)
Audio File (WAV: 44.1 kHz, 16-bit linear format, requires USB flash drive)


Bluetooth Ver 5.0
Profile: A2DP (Audio), GATT (MIDI over Bluetooth Low Energy)
CODEC: SBC (Supports SCMS-T content protection)

Compatible Apps

Roland Piano App

Convenient Functions

Metronome (adjustable Tempo/Beat/Downbeat/Pattern/Volume/Tone, with Rhythm Pattern: 80 patterns)
Twin Piano (with Individual Mode)
Transpose (in semitones)
Speaker volume and Headphones volume automatically select function
Speaker Auto Mute
Volume limit function
Panel Lock
Panel Off
Auto Off



Graphic LCD 128 x 64 dots


DC In jack
Input jacks: Stereo miniature phone type
Output (L/Mono, R) jacks: 1/4-inch phone type
USB Computer port: USB B (compatible with USB MIDI/Audio)
USB Memory port: USB A
Phones jack x 2: Stereo miniature phone type, Stereo 1/4-inch phone type

Power Supply

AC adaptor

Power Consumption

Power Consumption: 65 W (when using the included AC adaptor)
* Approximate power consumption when playing the piano at the center value of the volume: 25 W
* Power consumption when sound has not been played after power-on: 23 W
* Power consumption when in OFF mode (when the power automatically turns off): 0.2 W


Owner’s Manual
“Roland Piano Masterpieces”
AC adaptor
Power cord
Headphone hook

Size and Weight

Width (with lid closed)

1,395 mm
54-15/16 inches

Depth (with lid closed)

491 mm
19-3/8 inches

Height (with lid closed)

1,179 mm
46-7/16 inches

Width (with lid open)

1,395 mm
54-15/16 inches

Depth (with lid open)

502 mm
19-13/16 inches

Height (with lid open)

1,254 mm
49-3/8 inches


LX-9-PELX-9-PW: 111.0 kg/245 lbs
LX-9-CH: 109.5 kg/242 lbs


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