This is one of the most sophisticated app-driven player piano systems in the world, but even a Steinway can't maintain itself. Regular tunings (3x per year initially), calibration and piano/player adjustments will ensure that your piano will “burn in” well, and that it will wear evenly.
If a player or piano action component is slightly misaligned, some components will wear like a misaligned car tire. But this car has 88 tires, and a lot of parts involved in the alignment. While this is usually easy to catch in time, the accelerated burn-in time for player pianos means a lot can change between appointments. Many player pianos run 50 hours during the first month of ownership, which is more than most pianos are played in a year. Hence I like to see a player piano 3 times in the first 2-3 years of ownership, eventually tapering down to 2x per year.
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