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Keyboard Amplifier from Roland belonging to the KC series

The latest addition to Roland's KC-Series keyboard amplifier lineup is the KC-110 Stereo Keyboard Amplifier.

It combines AA battery-powered operation and true stereo sound.

The KC-110 features 30 watts of stereo power driving two 6.5" woofers and two tweeters. Power can be supplied with eight AA batteries (including NiMH rechargeable types) or AC power, and there’s even a removable battery case for quick and easy battery replacement.

Featuring a multi-channel mixer with a Mic/Line input, two stereo inputs, and two AUX inputs for connecting devices such as MP3 or CD players, thisamplifier is suitable for compact PA applications as well as keyboards. Stereo digital effects are also built in, allowing performers to sweeten their sound with reverb, chorus, or a special “wide” chorus effect, the company says.

The KC-110 also features an integrated tilt stand for enhanced sound projection, as well as a pole mount for use with the optional ST-A95 speaker stand when maximum coverage is needed.

Visit www.rolandus.com for more information.
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