Roland Mobile Cube 5-watt 2x4" Portable Combo Amp

5-watt 1-channel 2x4" Battery-powered Guitar Combo Amplifier with Two 4" Speakers and Built-in Effects - Black
Roland Mobile Cube 5-watt 2x4
Roland Mobile Cube 5-watt 2x4
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Small Size, Big Sound

The Roland MOBILE CUBE continues the hugely successful line of portable Cube amplifiers, this time with a small and mighty dual-speaker stereo amp that can double as a portable micro PA. The MOBILE CUBE will accept mics, keyboards, acoustic and electric guitars, MP3 players, and more. Built-in stereo effects let you add pro touches such as reverb and chorus. A center canceler enables you to remove much of a pre-existing vocal track for karaoke or practice. The MOBILE CUBE can also be mounted on a mic stand.

Roland MOBILE CUBE at a Glance:
  • Small size, big sound
  • Built-in stereo effects
  • All instruments welcome
  • The all-purpose portable amp

Small size, big sound
At just 11 1/16" x 4 1/4" x 7" - no larger than a briefcase - the MOBILE CUBE is a traveler's dream. Because it's battery-powered, it can be operated anywhere - just plug in, turn on, and jam. Two high-performance speakers provide stereo sound that defies the MOBILE CUBE's physical size.

Built-in Stereo Effects
Equipped with Roland's legendary FX engine, the MOBILE CUBE offers high-quality stereo reverb and chorus effects. Sweeten your vocals, add fire to your guitar tone, or immerse your mixes in a rich stereo sound field. Center cancel is also provided for minimizing vocals in pre-recorded music - great for karaoke and play-along performance.

All Instruments Welcome
Thanks to its variety of inputs, the MOBILE CUBE accommodates microphones, keyboards, acoustic guitars, electric guitars, MP3 players, and more. No other instrument amplifier of this size has a stereo input port. Use it as a practice amp at home, while traveling, indoors or outdoors. It's great for parties, karaoke, and vocal lessons. Connect it to a mic stand for use as a monitor speaker or micro PA.

The All-purpose Portable Amp
Plug into instant audio entertainment with the MOBILE CUBE amplifier. Small and mighty, this little stereo amp can handle all types of electronic instruments and audio devices, and can be used anywhere, anytime. Connect microphones, electric and acoustic guitars, keyboards, drum machines, MP3 players, you name it, and jam for up to 15 hours.

Roland MOBILE CUBE Features:
  • Battery-powered amplifier for anyone, anywhere, anytime
  • 5-watt stereo power with 2 high-performance 4" speakers
  • Inputs for microphone, stereo-instrument, and stereo aux; headphone output
  • Center cancel function for karaoke
  • Built-in stereo reverb/chorus, distortion, and more
  • Dedicated strap included for easy carrying
  • Comes with strap and 6 x dry AA battery
  • Optional AC adapter (not included)
The Roland MOBILE CUBE gives you great sound - to go!

Additional Media

Guitar Amp Buying Guide
Mobile Cube User Manual

Tech Specs

Type Solid State
Number of Channels 1
Total Power 5W
Speaker Size 2 x 4"
Effects Yes
Reverb Yes
EQ 1-band
Amp Modeling Yes
Number of Models 4
Inputs 1 x 1/4" (Mic), 2 x Instrument, 1 x 1/8" (Aux), 2 x RCA
Height 7"
Width 11"
Depth 4.25"
Weight 5.51 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number MOBILE-CUBE

Customer Reviews

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5/5

OVERACHIEVER! Sounds great, works terrific

I acquired a Roland Mobile Cube a couple of weeks ago, as a gift for my son. He wanted a boom box to listen to CDs, mp3s, and streaming music, but since he is a bass player and could use a low-volume practice amp, I opted for the Mobile Cube. He loves it! Says it works amazingly well and allows him to bring his tunes wherever he wants to go. Score! THEN ... this past weekend I swiped it from him for use at an outdoor hippie festival. I spun the Mobile Cube onto a mic stand, plugged in a mic (xlr mic with an impedance matching transformer/converter to 1/4"), and an instrument cable, put in six new batteries, dialed in a bit of reverb, and let a whole series of performers use it over the course of an afternoon. This is the first year that the festival had any sound reinforcement at all, and the reaction was overwhelmingly positive. The Mobile Cube made it possible for a solo singer/guitarist to be easily heard much further away than usual. This allowed each performer to concentrate on sounding good -- rather than concentrating on singing and playing as loudly as possible -- and it allowed many dozens of people to enjoy the music rather than just those who were seated directly in front of the performer. I got many compliments and many reactions like "Wow, that thing rocks! I gotta get one of those for ..." If I could make one wish for this thing, however, it would be that Roland would put an output on it, so these amps could be daisy chained or used as a proper personal monitor. But aside from that, it's totally awesome. (I'm probably going to buy another one so I don't have to keep borrowing the Boy's! I _know_ this thing is going to get used a LOT.)
5/5

AWESOME

What an incredible surprise! Being a retired multi-genre guitarist, singer and songwriter, I purchased one of these simply to use as a small and portable amp that wouldn't cause the old-folks that live in my apartment building to call the cops or get me evicted. My old tube Super-Reverb would have been a slight over-kill. I really wasn't expecting much from such a small little amp, but I'm now a firm believer that good things, no, fantastic things do sometimes come in small packages. I've never played through Roland's Super-Chorus but maybe this is the next best thing. The sound this little bad-boy puts out is great and the stereo-chorus effect combined with reverb truly is lush. Many kudos to Roland for bringing this beautiful amp into my life.
Music background: Retired Guitarist, Singer and Songwriter
5/5

Roland Mobile Cube

Unbelievable. At first when I saw it I said to myself. They must be kidding on the size of this thing. When I plugged in my mike, my guitar and my i-pod I couldn't believe my ears. It was fantastic. The clarity almost no distortion, separate individual definition in mike, guitar, i-pod music. It reminds me from 1960 when I bought the first transistor radio ever made from Sony. It fits in your pocket and was as loud as the big radios at that time. I want to thank Alex who has been so helpful steering me in the right direction and advice on the best products for my needs
Music background: Entertaining Night Clubs
5/5

Classic Vibe Box!

I can't believe the vibe of this little amp. It reminds me of the old am/fm stero radios but does it's small size fool you. It's like a small version of the Roland JC-120 on the clean setting and on the overdrive and distorted, it does that great too. You can hook up a mic, a drum machine and guitar all at the same time--and it balances out the sound. It doesn't favor one or the other. The chorus is lush and realistic. This is the most utility of all the little amps I've seen. It really has high quality sound. I've been playing over 30 years and know tone. It has tone; in fact, it has classic vibe!
Music background: Played in band as lead guitar, 30 year guitar player.
5/5

Finially

I travel around the world a lot. I am just in from Japan. I am so happy that I was reading the guitarplayer mag. And saw the cube. And I went out and order it right away.P.S. The only problem I have is the battery do not last very long. For all of the inst. hookup. I though the cube would be like the Fender can amp. It charge for 3hr. playing time without battery. But I love it anyway. I use it everyday.
Music background: Blues singer, songwriter, Blue guitar ( Fender Straticaster)
See also: Combo Amps, Roland, Roland Guitar Combo Amps