We say :
Roland's range of stereo mixing keyboard amplifiers have proved themselves time and time again in classrooms, halls and venues across the world. They offer an unprecedented range of versatility and functionality for keyboard players and teachers alike.
For keyboard players, the sound of these amplifiers is first class. The amplifiers are strong and robust and can withstand all the rigours of gigging. With multiple inputs, they can cope with the demands of your keyboard rig and also provide a great foldback option if required.
Teachers have enjoyed the huge versatility that these amplifiers offer in the classroom. They have multiple inputs and you can throw any instrument into them to good effect, including vocal microphones, guitars (electric or bass) and, of course, keyboards! They withstand the demands of classroom life and there is a model to fill every size of room. For an average sized classroom, we would suggest that the KC-400 is worth a look first of all.
We have produced a comparison chart to help you consider the various differences across the range. Variables include the amount of power, number of channels, size and weight. There is only one battery powered option (the KC-220) in the range.
Roland say :
For over two decades, keyboard players everywhere have relied on Roland’s KC amps for their powerful high-fidelity sound, onboard mixing features, versatile connectivity, and lasting durability. The latest generation carries on the time-honored KC benchmark of quality while offering new enhancements tuned for the needs of today’s working musicians. With a KC amp by your side, you’re in complete control of your stage rig, so you’ll always sound great and play your best. And that’s worth it every time.