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Roland is proud to announce the new MT-90U Music Player. Simply feed it a file, and it will play. That is Roland's MT concept. From Standard MIDI files to MP3 and WAV files, the MT-90U provides instant playback of songs from its built-in speaker. The MT-90U also comes loaded with bonus features for karaoke sing-along sessions and music training.

Not only is the MT-90U compatible with the most common file formats, but it can also change the tempo and pitch of files (both audio and MIDI), making it the perfect recorder for sing-along sessions or for music students who wish to slow down fast or complicated pieces.

Equipped with a USB port, the MT-90U makes the file-import process quick and easy. Students or teachers simply load in favorite songs from a USB memory key such as Roland's new M-UF1G, or connect external devices such as a USB floppy-disk drive (FD-01A: sold separately) or a USB CD-ROM drive (commercially available, sold separately). CD-DA (music CD) playback through the USB CD-ROM is also possible.

A wireless remote allows users to control the MT-90U from across the room and a backlit LCD is easy to see from a distance. The LCD even displays song title, tempo and lyrics of compatible SMF disks during karaoke sessions. Roland has also included a foot pedal port which allows you to activate the Start/Stop function while holding an instrument.

Portable and fun to use, the MT-90U features icon-based buttons and backlit LCD making common operations such as playing songs, muting parts, or changing tempo and musical key easily. Its lightweight design and built-in grip handle make transport a breeze.

The onboard MIDI IN port can be used to connect a MIDI Controller Keyboard for performing with high quality GM2/GS/tones. USB MIDI is also available as a powerful desktop sound module.

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