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The MOBILE AC: Acoustic Chorus Battery-Powered Amplifier from Roland is optimized for acoustic guitar and designed to travel. It features a 15-hour battery life on six AA batteries. It also features stereo chorus, reverb effects, portable audio and microphone inputs.
The MOBILE AC has 1/4" inputs for guitar and microphone with independent volume controls for each. The two 4-inch speakers can create a spacious sound with the addition of the Wide push-button effect. This can also enhance the built-in chorus and reverb. The Tone knob acts as a brightness control, adding presence as it's turned clockwise. The MOBILE AC also a third input, with dedicated volume control, for connecting a portable media player.
The MOBILE AC includes batteries and a carrying strap. An optional AC adapter is sold separately.
MOBILE AC: Acoustic Chorus Battery-Powered Amplifier
Inputs for guitar, microphone, and iPod
Independent volume control per input
Powered for 15 hours by six AA batteries
Dual 4" speakers with "Wide" button
Built-in stereo chorus and reverb
1/8" headphone output
In the Box
Roland MOBILE AC: Acoustic Chorus Battery-Powered Amplifier
AA Alkaline Batteries
3-Year Parts / 2-Year Labor Limited Warranty
Table of Contents
Rated Power Output
2.5W + 2.5W
Nominal Input Level
Audio: -10 dBu
Mic: -50 dBu
Guitar: -10 dBu
2 x 3.9" (10 cm) speakers
Power LED Indicator
1 x 1/4" - Mic
1 x 1/4" - Guitar
1 x 1/8" TRS stereo mini - Audio
2 x RCA phono - Audio (1 x L/R)
1 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) TRS stereo mini
6 x AA alkaline batteries
AC adapter (sold separately)