Roland CM-220
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Roland CM-220

CM-220, PA Package (Sub + Satellite) from Roland in the Cube Monitor series.

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Average Score:3.0( 3/5 based on 3 reviews )
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stompboxjon10/02/2012

stompboxjon's review"200 watts total"

Roland CM-220
The Roland Cm-220 is a speaker monitoring system that has two 50w speakers and a 110W powered sub. The size of this system will seem small when you have it and look at it, but don’t be misled because the Roland CM-220 has a huge sound that you can use on a number of different applications because of all of the hook ups. It was made for electronic drums and keyboards. Though I have never heard it on an electronic drum set yet, I will say it sounds great on my Yamaha keyboard. The sub woofer is only 10” but it feels a lot bigger when you hear it in action. You have all of your main inputs with the Roland CM-220, ¼ TRS, RCA, digital coax and XLR ¼ inputs as well. There is a headphone jack as well, but chances are you won’t be using it much since you can just plug your headphone jack right into your keyboard.

The Roland CM-220 has a 3 channel inputs and they have volume and tone control knobs that you can tweak in real time. When you use your keyboard with the CM-220 it is better to use it with stereo inputs if you want a bigger more crisp sound, sometimes I don’t like the way that it sounds when plugged in mono.

While using the Roland CM-220 you will get a very clear sound. You can’t go wrong with this monitoring system from Roland. I have used a few other Roland systems similar to this one, and only one of them was better but it cost almost twice as much. The Roland CM-220 cost less than 700 dollars which is really affordable for two 50w speakers and a 100w sub! Make sure you invest in some high quality cables as well, they are not included with the Roland CM-220, and if you use cheap ones your sound will suffer.
francois.bibe08/24/2014

francois.bibe's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" disappointing for the roland"

Roland CM-220
how long? One month I would say is the second since the first is gone and I have already mare ...

I had to try some yes (yam, hk)

what I like least?
1) a huge breath, even with no source connected perceptible 3m pregnant .. shame on a device these days! never heard so many blows on small speakers roland .. but you said this is normal .. then have to believe that the quality roland 90s of this world ..
2) sound a bit garish, real lack of mediums (which understand by seeing satelites), I had to put an equalizer for a less aggressive sound.

In conclusion for the sound, it's blah, it grows ok, but it screams dessuite, suddenly listening is not relaxed .. and for breath, no comment! when I watch a movie at the end when one goes out, they say almost (ah it feels good)

suddenly the value for money is way blah, since the use I make of (home theater, turntable, computer etc) is just wild! (Contrary to what roland claims when they consider that 2.1 can be used to (all)

blow with the experience I would not do that choice, I'll probably even let me pay ..

voila, after a bateuse to type on, probably ok! but listen, zero
mmorane06/09/2014

mmorane's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" CM220 use"

Roland CM-220
I have a CM220 on my Td 30 for 6 months,
L.utilisation studio or local bp repeats is not with good sound quality, but the scene or outdoors it's downright insuffisant.a forget to such use.
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