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Keyboard Amplifier from Peavey belonging to the KB/A series.

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  • remz_sunburnremz_sunburn

    Peavey KB/A 100Published on 09/19/08 at 13:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    100W amp transistor.

    4-band equalizer, 3 Channels.

    An XLR input bonus (ideal for a microphone) and the rest in jack ...

    A reverb effect for all inputs (shame about poor quality)

    USE

    Really easy to use.
    Its a serious and acute, really is actually what you want !!

    Personally I use it to my bass and my microphone and there is still possibility of aligning the two without it to be dirty like her!

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=hBKzCy44aKc [/ video]

    that's what this amp can do, a microphone and a low ...
    I have rarely seen an amp that has as many potatoes !!
    It's really not appropriate for a Keyboard Amplifier withstand low, and believe me it…
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    100W amp transistor.

    4-band equalizer, 3 Channels.

    An XLR input bonus (ideal for a microphone) and the rest in jack ...

    A reverb effect for all inputs (shame about poor quality)

    USE

    Really easy to use.
    Its a serious and acute, really is actually what you want !!

    Personally I use it to my bass and my microphone and there is still possibility of aligning the two without it to be dirty like her!

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=hBKzCy44aKc [/ video]

    that's what this amp can do, a microphone and a low ...
    I have rarely seen an amp that has as many potatoes !!
    It's really not appropriate for a Keyboard Amplifier withstand low, and believe me it really good sound power!
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  • KikoomaniakKikoomaniak

    Peavey KB/A 100Published on 01/04/06 at 14:49
    -100W solid-state keyboard amp
    -3 channels (with Jack or XLR inputs for the first one and only Jack for the two others)
    -Gain control for each channel + a small button to increase the sound in 12 db
    -Fx input and output + Headphones out on the rear panel
    -Another effects loop on the front panel, but you need to use a Y cable.
    -4-band EQ. Veeeery effective!!
    -One reverb knob
    -And an On/off button

    I give it a 9 because it doesn't have a master volume control, which would allow you to control simultaneously the volume of all 3 channels, as well as the volume of the effects return!

    UTILIZATION

    I use it with a digital piano. The sound is good, faithful to the piano (with a bit…
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    -100W solid-state keyboard amp
    -3 channels (with Jack or XLR inputs for the first one and only Jack for the two others)
    -Gain control for each channel + a small button to increase the sound in 12 db
    -Fx input and output + Headphones out on the rear panel
    -Another effects loop on the front panel, but you need to use a Y cable.
    -4-band EQ. Veeeery effective!!
    -One reverb knob
    -And an On/off button

    I give it a 9 because it doesn't have a master volume control, which would allow you to control simultaneously the volume of all 3 channels, as well as the volume of the effects return!

    UTILIZATION

    I use it with a digital piano. The sound is good, faithful to the piano (with a bit more mids, which can be compensated with the EQ).

    I also use it with my drums (roland td8) and it sounds awesome!!!
    Everything is well-defined, from the snare to the cymbals!

    I've also had the chance to connect a microphone, and I think the sound was a bit dull, but it's an amp that doesn't provide any warmth so it's better to avoid for guitars or mics (although it's a matter of taste^^)

    The EQ is easy to adjust (you just need to turn the knobs) and radical!

    The reverb is a fly in the ointment, because it is not very nice, but it's just an amp...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Very transparent amplification!
    100W of pooooower!!!! I have never dared turn a gain knob beyond halfway (and that's without the 12 db boost)!
    It's an excellent amp for keyboards or drums!
    Although I think it's a bit expensive, even if the pleasure of having it makes you forget about that...
    As time goes by I am more happy with my choice!!
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  • gnafgnaf

    Peavey KB/A 100Published on 04/08/06 at 13:59
    Solid-state amp with 100 watts of output power (real watts, which provide a thunderous sound).
    The EQ is very easy and very practical to use. 4 bands, 3 channels, each channel has its own gain control.
    I give it a 9 because perfection is not of this world.

    UTILIZATION

    I use it as a guitar amp, it is very versatile because the sound that comes out of my guitar (an Epiphone) is wonderful (it's an Epiphone!!!!!!!!!). The only thing I regret is that it lacks an overdrive pot, but the again, it's a keyboard amp!!!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've used it for 7 months and I don't regret it, especially since it was free.
    Some good watts hmmmmmmm!!!!!!
    I've already said it, but this amp …
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    Solid-state amp with 100 watts of output power (real watts, which provide a thunderous sound).
    The EQ is very easy and very practical to use. 4 bands, 3 channels, each channel has its own gain control.
    I give it a 9 because perfection is not of this world.

    UTILIZATION

    I use it as a guitar amp, it is very versatile because the sound that comes out of my guitar (an Epiphone) is wonderful (it's an Epiphone!!!!!!!!!). The only thing I regret is that it lacks an overdrive pot, but the again, it's a keyboard amp!!!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've used it for 7 months and I don't regret it, especially since it was free.
    Some good watts hmmmmmmm!!!!!!
    I've already said it, but this amp is truly v e r s a t i l e!!!!!!!!!!!!
    If I had to make a choice again I'd choose it without hesitation!!
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