Roland KC-150 - 65 Watt Keyboard Amplifier

Roland KC-150 - 65 Watt Keyboard Amplifier

Roland KC-150 - 65 Watt Keyboard Amplifier

B&H # ROKC150 MFR # KC-150
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The Roland KC-150 is a modestly priced and feature-rich keyboard amplifier with a 4-Channel Mono mixer and 65 Watts of power, built into a 2-way, full-range speaker cabinet with a 12" Woofer and a 1" Piezo Tweeter. A 2-Band Master EQ section is included, and each mixer channel has a dedicated volume knob. A Stereo Auxiliary input has also been built into the mixer section.

The KC-150 also features a Headphone output with a separate volume control, and a subwoofer output. Additionally, the amplifier is equipped with a line output for connection to an external mixer, thereby serving as both a reliable stage monitoring solution, and providing a submixer feed to a larger PA sound system.

Portable Keyboard Amplifier with 65 Watts of power and 2-Way speaker cabinet
4-Channel Mono Mixer with separate level Control Knobs and Master 2-Band EQ section
XLR microphone input for dynamic microphones
Stereo Auxiliary input
1/4" line output for Recorder or Mixer connection
Subwoofer output
Headphone output with separate level Control Knob
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Roland KC-150 - 65 Watt Keyboard Amplifier
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty for Parts
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty for Labor
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    Power Output 65 Watts
    Nominal Input Level Channel 1(Mic/Line): -50 to -20 dBu
    Channel 2-4(Line): -20 dbu
    Aux: -10 dBu
    ( All of above referenced to 1 kHz)
    Nominal Output Level Line: +4 dBu
    Subwoofer Out: +4 dBu
    ( All of above referenced to 1 kHz)
    Speakers 1 x 12" Woofer
    1 x 1" Tweeter(Piezo)
    Input Connections Mic: 1 x XLR Female
    Line: 4 x 1/4" TS Phone )
    Aux: 2 x RCA(L,R)
    Output Connectors Line(Unbalanced): 1 x 1/4" TS Phone
    Subwoofer Out: 1 x 1/4" TS Phone
    Headphones: 1/4" TRS Phone
    Power Supply AC 117V, AC 230V, AC 240V
    Power Consumption 55 Watts
    Dimensions 16.5 x 11.8 x 16.1" (480 x 295 x 435mm)
    Weight 30.14 lb (14.0 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 39.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 21.5 x 20.3 x 14.5"
    KC-150 - 65 Watt Keyboard Amplifier is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 6.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sounds Great I'm a pro. I bought this as a multi-purpose versatile personal stage monitor, to accurately reproduce whatever signal it receives, in any situation. It does that. For a small party or 'listening' gig, it can be all you need. I use both Stratocaster and Taylor guitars live, and sometimes only have room for one small amp. The mixer section makes this easily possible. It is also sometimes used for running midi sequences at small venues. It does start to distort at around 7...but then, so does every other amplifier of this low a wattage. Duh! So what? It's a tool, and there is a proper tool for every job.
    Date published: 2010-02-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great, versatile amp With a good mixer, this is one of the best PA systems you can have and actually carry with you. Projection is amazing. 300' is no problem outdoors. The only drawback is dispersion is very narrow--off to the side, sounds falls off rapidly. Two of these are loud enough for almost any size venue (two of the next size bigger will get the police called, I speak from experience). Clarity isn't that great, a good Yamaha speaker will beat it easily. But price to performance, you're getting a lot for your money and the weight. You can turn these amps up to max with no distortion. I've successfully made people with large PA systems feel stupid using only a single Roland. It works well with guitars and basses, but with passive pickups you'll never have enough gain. And yes, it works great with Keyboards, but who uses stuff for what it's intended.
    Date published: 2011-06-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent amp Easy to haul, easy to use, great sound. I had the smaller Roland amp (liked it) but sold it, then purchased a different product. Ended up buying another Roland, just upgraded the wattage. Am very very happy with this amp. It works for a small venue or a larger one equally well.
    Date published: 2010-05-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Clarity As a music teacher, I need to be able to project my keyboard over 30 loud children. The KC-150 is just the keyboard to do it. It also fits on my traveling cart (albeit, on its back) for when I have to travel from classroom to classroom. Overall, I think it's a great amplifier, and the price isn't all that bad either.
    Date published: 2012-05-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for its purpose You're not going to use this amp to perform at a medium or large club in a band setting, where you're competing with other amplified instruments--I use my Roland KC-350 for that, but schlepping it is no fun. So for small venues, or as a monitor when I'm going through our sound system, it's perfect. Sounds good and easy to carry.
    Date published: 2017-06-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quite impressive little amp Very light weight and very loud for it's size. Mpot bad for a 65 watt amp.
    Date published: 2012-11-28
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