The Roland V-Piano Grand is a Grand Digital Piano. With its groundbreaking approach to grand-piano modeling, and incredibly realistic sound, touch, and response, Roland’s V-Piano has earned many international awards and accolades since its debut in 2009. This new instrument combines award-winning V-Piano technology with an innovative multi-channel sound system in a stylish polished ebony grand piano cabinet, providing unparalleled touch, playability, and sound for even the most discerning pianist. Roland’s new V-Piano Grand is the latest effort by the renowned instrument maker to recreate not only the touch and sound of an acoustic piano, but the entire experience of playing one.
For many years, the Roland V-Piano Grand has been the number one choice for pianists and celebrities all over the world. Featuring a myriad of adjustable parameters – everything from string length to hammer hardness and soundboard composition, along with a responsive piano action, a customized piano enclosure, and a newly-designed speaker system, the Roland V-Piano Grand takes the digital piano to new heights. Stepping up from the previous generation, the V-Piano Grand’s sound generator has been further refined, and new piano models have been added to the onboard library.
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To restoring the factory settings your Roland V-Piano Grand, first press the FUNCTION button and then Press the F4 button, the Utility screen will appear. Then select select Initialize menu by using the F3 / F4 buttons and press the F1 button to enter. Next, select the “Factory Reset All,” and then press the ENTER button. When the display appear a message, press F4 button to execute the factory reset. A confirmation message will appear, press F4 button to confirm and to start initialization of the program. Finally, turn off and on again, when the factory reset process is finished. The Factory Reset procedure is complete.
Warning! This procedure will erase the user tones and user setups stored in the V-Piano Grand. Be sure you want to erase the memory and return the V-Piano Grand to its factory default state before continuing with this procedure. Hopefully the article of “Execute a Factory Reset All in the Roland V-Piano Grand” can help you.
Reference : Roland V-Piano Grand manual