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Roland Digital Go:Piano with Alexa Built-In EXPIRED

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Adorama has Roland Digital Go: Piano with Alexa Built-In on sale for $199.99. Shipping is free.

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About this product:
  • Portable instrument that fuses Roland's quality piano sound with Amazon's Alexa voice technology
  • Control nearly all of the instrument's functionality using only voice commands
  • Also includes Bluetooth for connecting with apps on mobile devices
  • Enhance learning with Roland's free Piano Partner 2 app for iOS and Android
  • Lightweight design (4 kg/8 lb. 14 oz.) for easy transport

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About this product:
  • Portable instrument that fuses Roland's quality piano sound with Amazon's Alexa voice technology
  • Control nearly all of the instrument's functionality using only voice commands
  • Also includes Bluetooth for connecting with apps on mobile devices
  • Enhance learning with Roland's free Piano Partner 2 app for iOS and Android
  • Lightweight design (4 kg/8 lb. 14 oz.) for easy transport
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Alexa: "By the way, did you know you can play augmented and diminished chords on this piano? Give it a try by subscribing to Chord Prime!"
Ridiculous. I'll stick with my pay per note plan
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11-27-2022 at 04:52 PM.
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Thank you! Bought one.
Seems like you get a good piano 'sound' experience with portability.
Non-weighted keys though. Suits my purpose.
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11-28-2022 at 12:23 AM.
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So does the Alexa feature also work like the standard Alexa or is it like a limited version just made for this thing?
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11-28-2022 at 03:08 AM.
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Alexa: "By the way, did you know you can play augmented and diminished chords on this piano? Give it a try by subscribing to Chord Prime!"
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So does the Alexa feature also work like the standard Alexa or is it like a limited version just made for this thing?
Full Alexa Functions as far as I can tell, you add it as a device via the Alexa app. I bought this for 219 last week. Complete novice, first digital piano purchase. It's nice. Sounds nice. Looks the part. Initially I was going to purchase a Casio CT-S200 but decided to go this route because it has built in bluetooth for midi, and honestly the MSRP made me assume it's higher quality…. The reviewers saying it is a good value at higher price points made me decide to go for it. My biggest question now is should I get playground sessions or Yousician while they're on sale.
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11-28-2022 at 07:37 AM.
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Alexa: "By the way, did you know you can play augmented and diminished chords on this piano? Give it a try by subscribing to Chord Prime!"
Ridiculous. I'll stick with my pay per note plan
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11-28-2022 at 01:03 PM.
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It does have the highest polyphony
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11-28-2022 at 01:08 PM.
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I own this and gig with it regularly. A dream in terms of lightweight portability. However the onboard speakers are terrible so either plug it into an external sound source or use quality headphones (you'll have to plug in and see which ones sound best). Also I'm not a fan of the action but may be good for people learning piano. I prefer synth style keys than these very springy ones. If you want a keyboard that sounds insanely good with the onboard speakers but not as portable go with the Yamaha e373 which currently sells at a sale price of 170.
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11-28-2022 at 02:23 PM.
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I own this and gig with it regularly. A dream in terms of lightweight portability. However the onboard speakers are terrible so either plug it into an external sound source or use quality headphones (you'll have to plug in and see which ones sound best). Also I'm not a fan of the action but may be good for people learning piano. I prefer synth style keys than these very springy ones. If you want a keyboard that sounds insanely good with the onboard speakers but not as portable go with the Yamaha e373 which currently sells at a sale price of 170.
So does this sound worse than e373, the 120 polyphony
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11-28-2022 at 04:44 PM.
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So does this sound worse than e373, the 120 polyphony
If you want to use the onboard speakers e373 sounds infinitely better. If you're going to plug it into an external speakers or headphones both sound great assuming you adjust EQ to your liking on the external speaker

EDIT: Also the polyphony stuff I think is irrelevant. I haven't noticed note dropping when I play either and I own them both. Also e373 has a lot more voices and rhythms if you want to experiment with that. Hard to beat the e373 unless you're looking for the ultra portability of the Roland.
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If you want to use the onboard speakers e373 sounds infinitely better. If you're going to plug it into an external speakers or headphones both sound great assuming you adjust EQ to your liking on the external speaker

EDIT: Also the polyphony stuff I think is irrelevant. I haven't noticed note dropping when I play either and I own them both. Also e373 has a lot more voices and rhythms if you want to experiment with that. Hard to beat the e373 unless you're looking for the ultra portability of the Roland.
Thanks for your input, i ended up going with the CTS 1 bundle. I have had the e373 (ez 300 lighted model), for learning, but was distracted by so many buttons, and the lack of porability didn't help
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Thanks for your input, i ended up going with the CTS 1 bundle. I have had the e373 (ez 300 lighted model), for learning, but was distracted by so many buttons, and the lack of porability didn't help
Definitely! Good choice with the CTS1 bundle
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Thanks OP. Got one for my daughter.
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I own this and gig with it regularly. A dream in terms of lightweight portability. However the onboard speakers are terrible so either plug it into an external sound source or use quality headphones (you'll have to plug in and see which ones sound best). Also I'm not a fan of the action but may be good for people learning piano. I prefer synth style keys than these very springy ones. If you want a keyboard that sounds insanely good with the onboard speakers but not as portable go with the Yamaha e373 which currently sells at a sale price of 170.
Thanks for your comment. The overall feedback on the Roland go is that it's piano quality/sound is exceedingly nice than several. Would you agree on that or still prefer the Yamaha?
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