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Roland KC-60
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Keyboard Amplifier from Roland belonging to the KC series.

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  • wrincswrincs

    Roland KC-60Published on 05/27/06 at 08:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No, this is not an amp lamp ...

    Power of 40W.

    Between one XLR (mic)
    3 between Jack 6.35
    Between 1 RCA Stereo

    1 Line Out Jack 6.35
    1 Subwoofer output

    Channel 3
    qualisation Global Low and High

    This is asked!
    The rglages are easily Accs. The matrial is well made.

    Channel 1 has an input jack and XLR (Mic) and has a larger gain. It gnre a lightweight breath, maximum power.

    A dtail practice: a Velcro back for the power cable to the amp derrire transportation.

    it lacks the USB or FireWire to interface audio)

    Trs connector complte so. J'apprcie qualisation especially, between the RCA and the Line Out.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration of the simplest! One…
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    No, this is not an amp lamp ...

    Power of 40W.

    Between one XLR (mic)
    3 between Jack 6.35
    Between 1 RCA Stereo

    1 Line Out Jack 6.35
    1 Subwoofer output

    Channel 3
    qualisation Global Low and High

    This is asked!
    The rglages are easily Accs. The matrial is well made.

    Channel 1 has an input jack and XLR (Mic) and has a larger gain. It gnre a lightweight breath, maximum power.

    A dtail practice: a Velcro back for the power cable to the amp derrire transportation.

    it lacks the USB or FireWire to interface audio)

    Trs connector complte so. J'apprcie qualisation especially, between the RCA and the Line Out.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration of the simplest! One branch is lighted, and that's it.

    No need to book. There is possibly the doc on the website of Roland ...

    Of course, this is not a forum for monitoring or a power amp!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use the KC-60 with a piano numrique RD-300SX (which is not amplified for 6 months (+ occasionally alto and soprano saxophones with a micro SD-Systems pramplifi and passes through a reverb )

    He travels a lot for rptitions, it seems robust trs. (This is Roland!)

    I like the blue LED (!) And Line out for recording (on MD).
    The weight is not excessive, it can serve both the house into a home studio / concert as rptitions in return. (You can even put it on one foot)

    Report qualitprix trs attractive. (But made in China, not like the RD-300SX manufactured in Japan)

    Why not a deuxime for the stro ...

    9 for versatility!
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