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Sounds Like Just Home! (Roland - KC-550)

By Sam Rossi, 07/08/2017
It doesn't get any better (at least not yet). The sound generated is as clean as you could imagine a sound being; no distortion and hardly any EQ really even needed to be done (depending on what you're playing). I'm running my Roland Fantom X8 through the KC550 and you can't do any better than Roland matched with Roland.

've tried many different approaches to getting the keyboard to sound out as good as I wanted and expected it to. It started with two Hartke KM100 amps running stereo from the keyboard. Sounded great, in fact I posted a review on them. However, after having them for just a short time I began to get a feeling that the great sound would not last in the long run due to certain very small but noticeable distortions starting to form. I'd heard time and time again that Hartke wasn't the best, so I made the move and returned them.

I then tried running the keyboard through a PA system, using various speaker choices both powered and passive; needless to say it worked out (somewhat; more so for the passive, forget the actives - nothing but distortion) but the sound generated was nothing to brag about. I quickly returned the active speakers, and am now using the passives for vocal monitors.

I had never tried a KC550 before now, and my reasons were because of playing a KC350 that was probably not EQ'ed (didn't care to check), and found the sound to be horrible. To buy a full on PA system that I know would have worked, the amount of money to be dropped into that would be outrageous and too much for just needing a keyboard monitor.

I decided to play the KC550 and really mess around with it in the store; giving it a little more time than just a minute or two, made all the difference. I'm soon planning to buy a second KC550 to run stereo link, but even with just one its a beautiful sound. Granted, I've only owned mine for one day, so we'll see what the long run brings for this, but somehow I feel it'll all be just fine. Sounds like home.

I also picked the Roland KC550 as my top choice for headphone amp on my blog - <a https://bestamps.net/top-headphone
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Excellent sound 12 inch speaker (Laney - KB50)

By madjack, 14/01/2018
Great sound, great build quality from a British built amp,Heavy not like the modern stuff, lovely sound from the 12" speaker,dual inputs,I have used the kb50 for the past year only for use but the sound quality from the speaker is really great, I have every confidence to highly recommended this amp as great value for money.
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Channel 1 & 2 have much lower volume that Channel 3? (Peavey - KB3)

By PARTY BEERMAN, 01/02/2018
I am testing out a new Peavey KB3 60W speaker/amp. i noticed that Inputs CH1 and CH2 have a much softer volume than when I use CH3? CH3 really cranks and has power to it with the MIC and guitar/keyboards; however when I plug in the keys or guitar into CH1 or CH2 the volume subsides by ~40%. Why is this? Is this normal for this speaker? Anyone have any suggestions or input please make suggestions. thanks
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News Keyboard Amplifier

[NAMM] Hammond Leslie L-2215 combo

Published on 07/18/14
Hammond introduces at Summer NAMM 2014 a new combo amp for keyboard, guitar and electronic instruments, the Leslie L-2215.

[NAMM] Roland CUBE Lite Monitor

Published on 01/22/13

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