The Hartke Keyboard Amp!
Gigging keyboard players are well aware of this situation: the guitar player has his amp on 11, the bass player is vibrating the stage, and the drummer needs to lay off the caffeine. Meanwhile you're begging the sound man to give you more keys in your monitor. The simple solution: give the keyboard player his own controllable sound source on stage - the Hartke KM200.Hartke KM200 Keyboard Amplifier at a Glance:
- Provides keyboard players with effective onstage monitoring
- 200-watt amp drives aluminum-cone driver and titanium high-frequency horn
Provides keyboard players with effective onstage monitoring
Hartke, is famous for their aluminum-cone bass drivers, and now they've given the keyboard player some much-needed attention. Since keyboard players usually go direct into the main PA, it's often a challenge for them to they hear what are playing over the rest of the band. Yet there's not space for a huge onstage amp.
200-watt amp drives aluminum-cone driver and titanium high-frequency horn
The KM200 has 200 watts of power driving a classic Hartke 15" aluminum cone driver and a 1" titanium compression driver, giving you a powerful full-range 2-way professional monitoring system. The KM200 wraps that power up in an innovative kickback design, which means you can angle it up towards you for monitoring or stand it up flat for broader dispersion. With the Hartke KM200, keyboard players finally have a monitor that does justice to the sound of their gear.
- 200-watt, 4-channel keyboard amplifier
- Innovative kickback 2-way enclosure
- 15" aluminum-cone woofer
- 1" titanium compression driver
- Four stereo channels (8 inputs) including 1 Mic input
- 7-band graphic EQ
- Independent local, PA, and headphone bus section
- Weight 74 lbs.