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Roland KC-220 Battery-Powered Stereo Keyboard Amplifier
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Roland KC-220 Battery-Powered Stereo Keyboard Amplifier

No outlet? No problem. This stereo keyboard amp can run on 8 AA batteries! Plug into two pairs of stereo 1/4" inputs and XLR mic input, plus a stereo aux in.

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Submitted March 13, 2018 by Jim E in Steamboat Springs, CO
"Works well for intended use"
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Very nice little amp. I got it for home practice and weddings where I have to play out in the middle of a field with no AC, as this amp can run on batteries which it does well. It’s stereo, and sounds pretty darn good for how small it is. Pianos and organs sound plenty full. The Chorus and reverb are usable. I play in a cover band and this amp would never work as a stage monitor- it’s not loud enough, but perfect for other use like small duo type venues. I'll probably see if I can come up with a gig bag for it. Overall very pleased. And it’s cute!
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Former pro - weekend warrior
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Wedding band and classic rock cover band
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Submitted July 8, 2019 by a customer from gmail.com
"Great for what it does"
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
Nice amp or PA in my case -just above bedroom volume especially with a boost -an in stereo !! 3 inputs -2 line level inputs plus an out left and an right - I run my mic into Chanel one and two different amps( Vox Mv / Quiter inter block 45 -both headphone out ) into line 2 an3 with an AB-Y splitter --- line out one out goes to a home tv sub 8" inch an the other to a Bose SA1 pro on a pole . The KC sits on the floor- mind you I'm rocking only 30 watts in my "apartment wall of sound " but this all sounds great and is plenty loud an full enough with out a big foot print / I run pedals an EQ so I don't use the KC eq or FX / I run powered - when batterys start slowing down the whole show starts to tank - you'll be checking all your cords / inputs ect .. Only to find this amp needs juice or you'll be popping new batts in it every three hrs
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