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Roland KC-880

Keyboard Amplifier from Roland belonging to the KC series.

Roland announced the new KC-880 Stereo Keyboard Amplifier.


The KC-880 is powered through a 320-watt stereo power amplifier, two 12-inch woofers and two horn tweeters. New onboard stereo effects such as Tremolo, Rotary, and Reverb, are included.

Flexible I/O options come standard on the KC-880. There are a total of five stereo input channels, four stereo instrument inputs, and an additional stereo AUX input with dedicated volume control to play external sources like rhythm machines, CD/MP3 players, or mixers. The KC-880 also includes XLR line outputs to a front-of-house mixer, stereo headphone output, and more. The Stereo Link function enables the chaining of two KC-880s for an expanded stereo stage sound.

For more information, visit their web site at www.rolandus.com.
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