Roland KC-60 - 40W 10" Keyboard Amp

40W 10" 3-channel Keyboard Amp
Roland KC-60 - 40W 10
Roland KC-60 - 40W 10
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Even More Affordable KC!

The KC-60 3-Channel Mixing Keyboard Amplifier brings renowned KC-Series sound quality to an even lower price. This affordable 40-watt amp is also the first to feature a Subwoofer output for enhanced low end. And with three separate channels-including an XLR Microphone input and stereo Auxiliary input-the KC-60 is one of the most flexible amps around.

  • Compact, affordable keyboard amplifier with legendary KC sound
  • 40-watt output power with 10" speaker and independent tweeter
  • Subwoofer output for low-end boost (compatible with most subwoofers)
  • 3-channel design includes 1/4" Line input and XLR Microphone input
  • Stereo auxiliary input (RCA type) for connecting CD or MD players
  • Rotary controls for adjusting channel and headphone levels, plus Low and High EQ

Additional Media

Keyboard Amp Buying Guide
Roland KC-60 Owners Manual

Tech Specs

Speaker Size 1 x 10", 1 x Tweeter
Total Power 40W
Inputs 3 x 1/4", 1 x XLR, 2 x RCA
Outputs 2 x 1/4", 1 x TRS (Headphones)
Mounting Options Floor
Height 16"
Width 16.4"
Depth 11.4"
Weight 26 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number KC-60

Customer Reviews

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Perfect for me

You've probably read reviews here and on other sites about the sound distorting when you crank up the volume. Roland, for some reason, set the input levels at -20dB. I think they were trying to get the input sensitivity to a point where the amp could be used for instruments, microphones, and keyboards. Without getting too complicated, electronic keyboards typically have a line level output of -10dB at full volume. Running that into an input set for -20dB means exactly what people complain about--when you get the keyboard volume level set at more than about half way, it will overdrive the amp input and cause distortion. The solution is simple, back off you keyboard volume levels to no more than half. Then, use the amplifier's volume controls to bring up the sound level. If you're using multiple keyboards, you may have to do a bit more tweaking with the keyboard output levels. Once you get it dialed in, it'll be fine. I like the amp. I have two of them. I play regularly in the orchestras for local theatre companies. The amp is lightweight and compact making it easy to load-in and load-out and fit in tight quarters. It has a 10" woofer, a horn tweeter, and two bass ports. The sound is clean and doesn't color the input signals.

Save your money

Well this may simply be a case of it being too small for my needs; however, it's not very powerful. If volume is turned up more than half way the lo end gets reallt distorted, the high end sounds tinny. For this amp too sound OK, it has to a little less than half volume and then you better turn down your TV set because you will have trouble hearing it. Simply put, this amp is not for me!
Music background: Drummer

Sweetwater Advice

Jeff Hollman

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.
See also: Keyboard Amps, Roland, Roland Keyboard Amplifiers