i finally found and fp4 in st. louis and enjoyed playing it.  the salesman was not able to answer this question, and it seems roland wants me to jump through hoops to download the owner's manual, so i'll ask y'all...

when you split the keyboard, can you assign the sounds to individual outputs - for example bass-left out, piano-right out?
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you can change the volume balance but i don't think you can assign seperate outputs. the fp4 can be found for $1100, it's the best 33 lb digital piano ever.
the intrnal speakers are loud, add a little amp for some bass and mids range and it's like a very loud upright piano. there's a secret eq to real bring it alive.
do you sell these?  i've not found them for less than $1395.  if i can truly get one for $1100 it is indeed the best digital piano for the money!
why don't you buy the fp 7 it is a little more expensive but has a lot more features. and if there is only a little price difference i would go for the biggest model
jazz+,

     could you expound on the eq tricks for the fp4? i have owned one for a year, love it. but i find that some rooms, i love the sound, other gigs, it leaves something to be desired, usually it terms of it sounding thin. i'm running it mono through a jbl eon 15...whats your secret?
nihonjin, you must be young because when we get older we want the lightest model
the secret eq was designed by sk on the other forum. you can private message me jazz+ through the other forum to get the eq and or the best price info:

https://forums.musicplayer.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=postlist&board=18&page=1
hi dr. whack i've seen really light casio keyboards at toys"r"us.  
maybe you should try one lol.  
no seriously i just doubt the quality of the keys in fp4 when the weight is only about 15 kilos for the entire instrument(sorry for the kilo thing im from europe as you may have guessed)
i was told that if you really want a digital piano that feels more like a real piano you should only buy keyboards with a weight of more than 20 kilos.
nihonjin
i say it's not so.
becsue the fp4 has a good full weighted action.
the fp4 has the same basic action (pha-ii) as all current roland stage and home pianos (with the exception of the new v-piano).  the lightness comes from smaller amplification and speakers rather than any compromise in the action.  

if i remember correctly, it isn't possible to assign the sounds to different outputs.
correction

"the fp4 has the same basic action (pha-ii) as all current roland stage and home pianos (with the exception of the new v-piano)"

...and the rp101.
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