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Drive K150 150W 1x12 4-Channel Keyboard Amplifier
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Plenty of power to give you great stage volume for your keyboard and just loud enough to be used as a mini-PA. It features 150W power, 4 channels, on...Read More
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Plenty of power to give you great stage volume for your keyboard and just loud enough to be used as a mini-PA. It features 150W power, 4 channels, one 12" Eminence speaker, a tweeter, and an XLR mic jack on channel one with phantom power on/off switch. Channels 1, 2, and 3 have their own volume controls with left and right input jacks. Channel 4 has volume control, left and right jacks, aux left and right jacks, and a 6- or 8-channel mix selector. There is also a headphone jack, 7-band graphic EQ, a line out with volume control and mute button, main level control with mute button. External right amp source and return jacks, an 8-channel expander jack, and stereo channel line out.
- 150W power
- One 12" Eminence speaker
- One tweeter
- XLR microphone input jack
- Phantom power on/off switch
- Channel 1, 2, 3 with volume control, left and right input jacks
- Channel 1 mic insert
- Channel 4 with volume control, left & right input jacks
- Aux left & right channel input jacks
- 6- or 8-channel mix elector
- Headphone jack with volume control
- 7-band graphic EQ
- Line out with volume control & mute button
- Main level control with mute button
- Dual AC input 115 or 230 VAC
- External right amp source & return jacks
- 8-channel expander jack
- Dual channel line out with left & right output jacks
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I've owned this unit for about 4 months now and I have to say that it serves it's purpose as a practice amp. Would I use it for live performances? no. It just does not have the power that is required to cut through. I play in a classic rock band and we can get pretty loud and there are times where even i being on stage can't hear it too well. I don't recommend it for the serious muscician.