Roland KC-150Item ID: KC150
65W 4-Channel Keyboard Amp with 12" Speaker Including Aux & Microphone Inputs
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Compact, Powerful & Affordable!Compact, convenient, and very powerful, the 65-watt KC-150 amp offers 4-channel mixing capability including Auxiliary and Microphone inputs. It can also be expanded with an optional subwoofer for a powerful low-end boost.
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Brandy, Upper Sandusky, OH
Reviewsbased on 6 reviews
Good sound quality, very portable
by ML Starkey from USAI own this model and also a KC-350 120W model. The KC-150 is easy to tote and sounds great. I find it a bit noisy at higher volumes, but suppose that is expected of a smaller amp. I use it at home ... read more [+]and also when heading out to play with others. Roland makes great keyboard amps so you really can't go wrong with this model if it fits your needs. close [-]
April 8, 2013
Music Background: Hobbyist
Great smalll amp
by Steve from Traverse City, MIThe KC-150 is a great keyboard amp for small events that portability is a priority. I had the KC-60 which needed to run a higher volume level than I liked and was prone to distort. The KC-150 is only... read more [+] 3 lbs. heavier and offers a much fuller sound. It does improve if you use a speaker stand to elevate the amp. My keyboards are the Roland FP-7 and a Casio Privia 330. close [-]
August 22, 2011
Music Background: Pro Musician
Great little workhorse
by Fastelder from BaltimoreI use the big brother, KC-550 at church and have no desire to lug it home each week. I use this amp to duplicate my set-up for practice at home. I play a synth access guitar and run my RP-1000 and G... read more [+]R-20 through separate channels. I can pop in the headphones and jam at any hour. With multi channels, I can run a line out from my studio and practice against what I'm recording over with a truer mix feel. The 65 Watts is more than enough for most situations, although if you're a keyboardist, the larger unit will give you more bottom end.
November 25, 2009
Music Background: Old bluesman playing worship.
My only drawback is the same with all the KC series. I know it's a keyboard amp, but it's billed as a mixing amp and it really ought to have a modest amount of FX - C'mon guys, it's got a mic input, would a touch of reverb have killed the design?
All in all, a great amp. If I play out somewhere, I still keep the big unit at church and take this wherever I go. close [-]
by Jim from Haverhill, MAThe best feature of this amp is the multi-channel input. It's no problem to run 2 keyboards and a mic at the same time. As a vocal amp, it's very dry - you'll want to add your own reverb or other v... read more [+]ocal processing to avoid sounding like a high school public address system.
June 19, 2012
Music Background: Semi-pro
Its master and volume sweet spot seems to be between 2 and 7. Anything over 7 starts to break up, and it's not the good distortion like a tube amp - just noisy.
For a solo act, it's plenty loud. You'll be very happy with it. In a band situation it's a little weak. It's not really loud enough to compete with drums and guitar amps of similar wattage.
The look is sort of dated as it is black & blue with a cheap looking black screen and gold letters. Roland should consider an upgrade to all black or black & silver. Or take a cue from Fender and consider different tolex or front screen.
Despite the slight criticism, I would recommend this amp. It does the trick at a fair price. And it's a Roland. 'Nuff said. close [-]
Roland has long been making the clearest, loudest, and most useful keyboard amps in the industry. It's rare that I sell any other keyboard amp in this price range.
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