Peavey KB4
Peavey KB4

KB4, Keyboard Amplifier from Peavey in the KB series.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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roberstein's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Peavey KB4 Keyboard + Nord Electro 3"

Peavey KB4
Connectors: 2 stereo input jack Cable
Power: 75 watts


Configuration very simple: just plug and play. The sound is good without changing anything.
Movement facilitated by 2 wheels, 2 handles and a loop-type trolleys.


From acqdoes not reflect at all the dynamics that I could hear with headphones: no bass, his "fuzzyuiring a Nord Electro keyboard 3, I bought a Roland KC150 keyboard amp.
The sound " ...

So I traded this amp a Peavey KB4 cons.
Now, the piano sounds regain their power and their nuances.
With regard to the B3 organ sounds and vox, they are rendered faithfully. It's a real pleasure!
I am very satisfied with this new purchase.

llddrum's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Peavey KB4
Amplification transistor with a 75W peak power rating 100W.
a 15-inch HP for HP + 2 mediums
3 channels of STREO: 2 instruments and a microphone (each has between a lower rglage / agu and between the micro rglages Extra)
Headphone output with volume SETTING THE indpendant.
Effects loop (send / return)

In addition, a beautiful poignertractable and roulette to carry all that must weigh close to 40 pounds.


Operation is simple and extrment rglages ISSA.


I use it for two things:
- Electronic Music for my battery.
- As for my bass amp.

Without saying that it excels in both these functions (especially the battery and its acute cymbals are not rev well rendered) should I use for the house (never tried it on scne).

I operated since ending for two years without problem.

It makes me services I ask no more and allows me to avoid occupying space of a bass amp + amp electronic battery.