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Peavey KB/A 300

Keyboard Amplifier from Peavey belonging to the KB/A series

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Peavey KB/A 300Published on 05/30/08 at 12:16
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
What kind of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)

Amp keyboard while transistors

150 watts RMS

- What connection?

1 volume gnral
1 rverb gnral

1 XLR microphone input (low imp) or jack (high-imp) with volume rglage

1 channel clav / mic: between rglage jack with individual volume of the 4-band equalizer and rverb

1 channel clav / acoustic: between rglage jack with individual volume and rverb equalizer switch and 4-band gain

1 channel clav: between rglage jack with individual volume and rverb equalizer switch and 4-band gain

insertion effect (in / out) in faade

At the rear

Between a jack Power amp IN
Between a jack pramp OUT
1 x LINE
Between two RCA...…
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What kind of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)

Amp keyboard while transistors

150 watts RMS

- What connection?

1 volume gnral
1 rverb gnral

1 XLR microphone input (low imp) or jack (high-imp) with volume rglage

1 channel clav / mic: between rglage jack with individual volume of the 4-band equalizer and rverb

1 channel clav / acoustic: between rglage jack with individual volume and rverb equalizer switch and 4-band gain

1 channel clav: between rglage jack with individual volume and rverb equalizer switch and 4-band gain

insertion effect (in / out) in faade

At the rear

Between a jack Power amp IN
Between a jack pramp OUT
1 x LINE
Between two RCA (left / right)

Switch between a jack rverb
Between a jack for channel 2 mute

cord

UTILIZATION

The grip just turn up the volume and make the sound with the qualiseur

dlivr the sound is excellent as it is for a keyboard or acoustic electric guitar or singing
no saturation and low well-Submitted
qualisation trs is the effective

OVERALL OPINION

I have 5 years and I've used with my roland synth guitar
TOC practice is that you only need an amp and sounds

the least is its weight but with wheels it's more comfortable dplacer

report quality price is excellent because it is an amp that can be used as sound
in small rooms

I of course do it again the same choice
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Peavey
  • Model: KB/A 300
  • Series: KB/A
  • Category: Keyboard Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 05/29/2003

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Other names: kb/a300, kb a 300

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