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Eagletone AL-635KB
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  • I recommend

    Eagletone AL-635KBPublished on 02/06/14 at 07:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Compact Keyboard Amplifier 35 Watts stereo auxiliary input, 2 inputs jack (6.35 mm), headphone jack, volume buttons 2.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is simple (even simplistic). 3 buttons to adjust bass, medium and treble. 2 volume buttons. But it is very difficult to play on these settings to get a good sound. When the knob is in the volume of 1 for example, means nothing, and the pushing 2, is busting ears. Same concerns about the equalizer, impossible to find a balance, always extreme.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years, but that has changed since the keyboard for a much higher quality, the amp is not at all up to the qualities of sounds on my keyboard. It produces a much......
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    Compact Keyboard Amplifier 35 Watts stereo auxiliary input, 2 inputs jack (6.35 mm), headphone jack, volume buttons 2.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is simple (even simplistic). 3 buttons to adjust bass, medium and treble. 2 volume buttons. But it is very difficult to play on these settings to get a good sound. When the knob is in the volume of 1 for example, means nothing, and the pushing 2, is busting ears. Same concerns about the equalizer, impossible to find a balance, always extreme.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years, but that has changed since the keyboard for a much higher quality, the amp is not at all up to the qualities of sounds on my keyboard. It produces a much too strident in the treble and too dull in the bass. So yes it is one of the cheapest on the market keyboard amps, but I highly recommend it. As invest a little more for an amp of brand recognition. The Eagletone is a waste of money ...
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  • Excellent entry level amplifier

    Eagletone AL-635KBPublished on 06/27/10 at 10:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Keyboard Amplifier 35W.
    Two Jack mono inputs (adjustable volume separately) + 3-band equalizer
    An RCA auxiliary input + volume control
    A headphone jack

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration very simple: you connect, you turn, you play. I bought it used, so I do not know if there is a manual (but anyway it would be useless).
    The power is there. A little breath, however, even when all volumes are at 0 (it is the fault of the amp). However this is not a problem when we play. Also note that the amp is very sensitive to interference (phones, ...). It's not very serious, but we know
    One remark though: the highs are too shrill, even playing on the equalizer. Most times it's not embarrassing, but......
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    Keyboard Amplifier 35W.
    Two Jack mono inputs (adjustable volume separately) + 3-band equalizer
    An RCA auxiliary input + volume control
    A headphone jack

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration very simple: you connect, you turn, you play. I bought it used, so I do not know if there is a manual (but anyway it would be useless).
    The power is there. A little breath, however, even when all volumes are at 0 (it is the fault of the amp). However this is not a problem when we play. Also note that the amp is very sensitive to interference (phones, ...). It's not very serious, but we know
    One remark though: the highs are too shrill, even playing on the equalizer. Most times it's not embarrassing, but it's almost unbearable to some synthesized instruments. Once you go up a bit in the treble, everybody jump!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this model used a month ago, for only 40 € (about 100 € new). I use my home to my work pieces, and I did two live with.
    But I insist on this issue treble, which can be very annoying in concert. On some instruments, you really have to be careful to attack the notes carefully!
    For my part, I use a keyboard with only a stereo output, so I had to buy a stereo cable - 2 Mono to use the amp (if I connect directly to a stereo jack, the sound is horrible). But ultimately it's more the fault of the keyboard amp.
    With experience, I certainly would do that choice. Even at the new price value for money is excellent. I highly recommend it!
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