Roland KC-150 Keyboard Combo Amp

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The Roland sound at an affordable price.

The Roland KC-150 Keyboard Mixing Amp is built like a tank. The KC-150 is a compact 65W amp with a 12" speaker and piezo tweeter, 4-channel capability, 2-band EQ, XLR mic input, and RCA stereo auxiliary input. It also has a subwoofer output compatible with the Roland KCW-1 for a powerful low-end boost. It can be mounted on a speaker stand for use as a stage monitor and has a headphone output for silent all-night solo jams. Cool amp.

Features

  • 65W of power
  • 12" speaker with piezo tweeter
  • 4-channel capability
  • 2-band EQ
  • XLR mic input
  • RCA auxiliary input
  • Subwoofer output compatible with the Roland KCW-1 for a powerful low-end sound
  • Mounts on a speaker stand

An excellent sounding amp that's great for practice and small venue gigs. Order today.

 
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RolandKC-150 Keyboard Mixing Amp
 
4.6

(based on 5 reviews)

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5.0

Great little amp

By BigG21

from Gainesville, Fl.

Comments about Roland KC-150 Keyboard Mixing Amp:

I purchased this amp about 18 months ago and it has done everything I wanted without any problems. The sound is great and I really like the mixing capabilities it has. It's built well, like everything Roland makes and I'm thinking I'll get plenty of years of use from it.I'm running my keyboards and a microphone through it when playing at home. If the 60 watts is enough for you I'd highly recommend this amp. There's plenty enough power for home use and small gigs.

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3.0

Cannot handle high SPL

By LesleyG

from Novi, MI

Comments about Roland KC-150 Keyboard Mixing Amp:

Might work well with little sound competition in a church or "folkie"-type gig, but on a cramped stage with lots of volume, amp cannot cut through at all. Clips and distorts at high volumes, piezo tweeter is useless; crackles like a roman candle.

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(59 of 103 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Small Gig Amp

By Maestro

from San Marcos, TX

Comments about Roland KC-150 Keyboard Mixing Amp:

This amp is great for smaller gigs or churches. The four channels are convenient for plugging in an additional keyboard or a drum machine. It also has tape in/out jacks. It has a lot of power and very little distortion at high volumes.

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(68 of 140 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This amp is a super high quality piece of work.

By mjke

from TX

Comments about Roland KC-150 Keyboard Mixing Amp:

I am very happy with the Roland kc150 keyboard amp. A true keyboard amp. The sound quality and volume leave nothing to be desired. There is no buzz or any noise when I am not playing, which is great in the church service. I recommend this amp very highly.

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(48 of 88 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Full Sound - Great Small Gig Amp

By Mickey

from Seattle, WA

Comments about Roland KC-150 Keyboard Mixing Amp:

Great sounding amp. Its only missing a few features. No external speaker jack (although there is a "subwoofer" jack which outputs at the same level as the "monitor" jack. I wish it were stereo but at the price (and with the equipment I put through it, Kurzweil SP-76 direct and midi'ed through a Roland VK-8M for organ, there's no distortion. Enough power and a solid design for the job.

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