Roland KC150 Keyboard Amplifier

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    Product Description

    Now with Subwoofer Output!
    The newest member of Roland's KC-Series of amplifiers, the KC-150 maintains Roland's design concepts and superb sound quality. The subwoofer output connects to the new Roland KCW-1 Powered Subwoofer (available separately) for some serious low end. The KC-150 provides 65-watt output, a 12 inch woofer, a tweeter, 4 input channels, an XLR microphone input, an Aux input (RCA), 2-band EQ, and an ultra-compact lightweight design. The affordable price makes the KC-150 ideal for small-stage performances and for on-stage monitoring.


    • Affordable 4-channel keyboard amplifier with 60-watt/12 inch speaker and piezo tweeter
    • Includes stereo Auxiliary input (RCA) and XLR Microphone input
    • 2-band EQ and Subwoofer output compatible with new KCW-1
    • Headphones output; can be mounted on speaker stands
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    Up to 4-Channel Mixing
    All KC amplifiers feature a flexible mixing section designed with the performing musician in mind. Roland's flagship models feature up to four stereo inputs, and all KC amps include a Microphone input and stereo Auxiliary input for connecting CD players.

    Stereo Link Capabilities
    The KC-350 and KC-550 include Roland’s Stereo Link feature for chaining two amplifiers. Using a single cable, you can connect two KC amps for true stereo sound while controlling them both from the amp nearest you on stage.

    Want more low end? Simply add an optional subwoofer like Roland’s new KCW-1. Connections are easy, thanks to the Subwoofer output found on all new KC amps. Now even the most affordable models can sound huge!

    Made for the Road
    KC amps are built for life on the road. All models have built-in handles for easier transportation (the KC-550 also includes casters) and a rugged design with heavy-duty carpeting, protective edges and an all-metal grille.

    Product Specifications


    • Rated Power Output: 65 W
    • Nominal Input Level (1 kHz):
      • CH 1 (MIC/LINE): -50 to -20 dBu
      • CH 2-4 (LINE): -20 dBu
      • AUX: -10 dBu
    • Nominal Output Level (1 kHz):
      • LINE OUT: +4 dBu
      • SUB WOOFER: +4 dBu
    • Speakers: 30 cm (12 inches) x 1, Tweeter x 1
    • Connectors: Channel 1 Input Jacks (XLR type, 1/4 inch phone type), Channel 2 Input Jack (1/4 inch phone type), Channel 3 Input Jack (1/4 inch phone type), Channel 4 Input Jack (1/4 inch phone type), AUX IN Jacks (RCA phono type), LINE OUT Jack (1/4 inch phone type), SUB WOOFER OUT Jack (1/4 inch phone type), PHONES Jack (1/4 inch TRS phone type, mono signal output)
    • Power Consumption: 55 W
    • Dimensions: 480 (W) x 295 (D) x 435 H) mm, 18-15/16 (W) x 11-5/8 (D) x 17-1/8 (H) inches
    • Weight: 12.5 kg, 27 lbs 9 oz
    • Accessories (included): Owner's Manual

    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  (323) 890-3700 Warranty:  M.I. Products: 1 year parts, 90 days labor
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    AC Adapters, Mech, Footswitches, Headsets: 90 days parts, 90 days labor
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    Perfect Amp for small gigs
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    I play keyboards in a gypsy jazz group. All the other players are acoustic. For those gigs where an acoustic piano is not available I bring an electronic keyboard. I bought this Roland KC-150 for amplification. The sound is clean and full. It provides more than enough power to fill in with an acoustic group. It seems tough and durable and is not overly heavy. A great little keyboard amp.
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