Roland KC-350 120W Keyboard Combo Amp

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A perfect balance of power and value.

The Roland KC-350 120W Keyboard Mixing Amp is ideal for medium-sized gigs. With a 120W amp, 12" speaker and horn tweeter, 4-channel operation, 3-band EQ, XLR mic input, output select switch, and shape switch for quick tonal adjustment. Connectivity includes a 1/4" out for connecting to recording devices, a subwoofer output compatible with Roland's KCW-1, and a stereo link in/out for chaining 2 KC-350s for stereo performance.

Features

  • 120W
  • 12" speaker and horn tweeter
  • 4 channel operation
  • 3-band EQ
  • Shape switch for quick tonal adjustments
  • XLR mic input
  • 1/4" phone jack for connecting to recording devices
  • RCA aux stereo input
  • Subwoofer output compatible with Roland's KCW-1

A versatile amp with great Roland sound and an easy price. Order today.

 
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RolandKC-350 120W Keyboard Mixing Amp
 
4.4

(based on 5 reviews)

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3.0

Good Features - marginal sound - poor reliability

By Jerry Weiss

from Denver, CO

Comments about Roland KC-350 120W Keyboard Mixing Amp:

The mixing and stereo-link features are terrific, but the quality of the sound is not that great, the tweeters are constantly blowing out (and I don't play in loud bands), and the knobs fall off all the time. Considering the price, I would expect better reliability. If you can find one, buy a groove-tube "spacestation" stereo amp. It's smaller and sounds way better. And if you need mixing capabilities, add a small mixer.

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(21 of 38 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Stereo Sound high volume and sound

By Eliezer-g7o82

from Puerto Rico

Comments about Roland KC-350 120W Keyboard Mixing Amp:

I bought one to my church because are small and has a super stereo sound. Plenty of volume with no distortion. Its easy to carrier.

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(66 of 100 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Worth every penny

By Mike C.

from Bay Area, CA

Comments about Roland KC-350 120W Keyboard Mixing Amp:

I'm somewhat of a perfectionist so I did plenty of research when it was time to retire my old road-weary amp. Roland has made a very versatile product with the KC series. I've used it for small and large gigs. And when you need that extra output for large gigs, this amp delivers! I've had this amp since 1999 and have no intention of retiring it or replacing it.

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(37 of 64 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Power with true sound

By David P.

from Vancouver B.C. Canada

Comments about Roland KC-350 120W Keyboard Mixing Amp:

I bought the KC 350 for gigging and was impressed by how close the amp came to the true patch sounds. I am also using the 350 as an acoustic guitar amp and find that the quality of my two Taylor acoustics comes through beautifully. The power of 120 Watts enables me to do large venues, outside concerts, and small venues without necessarily having to run the keys through a PA system. Worth the money!!

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(36 of 67 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very satisfied. Glad I got them.

By Bob-HcmQq

from Independence, Ks

Comments about Roland KC-350 120W Keyboard Mixing Amp:

I bought two because I wanted the stereo sound. Really don't use them for anything else. No technical hook-ups. But I really like the sound. Get a lot of compliments on it. Plenty of volume with no distortion. The only complaint I have right now is that Roland evidently does not have amp covers, so I'm going to have to have some made.

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