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Kustom KMA 100X 100 Watt 1x15" Keyboard/Mixer Amplifier
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It's rated at 100W RMS, features a 15" Celestion speaker and a round piezo horn. It provides 3 channels, one with an XLR mic input and phantom power,...Click To Read More About This Product
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An all-in-one PA solution for the solo act.
It's rated at 100W RMS, features a 15" Celestion speaker and a round piezo horn. It provides 3 channels, one with an XLR mic input and phantom power, 4-band active EQ, and a block of 8 - 24-bit digital effects for sweetening up the sound. Other amenities include an effects loop, footswitch jack, headphone jack, and an extension speaker jack.
- 100W RMS
- 15" Celestion speaker
- Round piezo horn
- 3 channels, one with an XLR mic input and phantom power
- 2 - 1/4" inputs
- 4-band active EQ
- 8 digital effects
- Effects loop
- Footswitch jack
- Extension speaker jack
KMA 100X 100 Watt 1x15" Keyboard/Mixer Amplifier
- 21"W x 21.5"H x 14.5"D
- 53 lbs.
Reviewed by 7 customers
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When I selected the Kustom KMA 100x keyboard amp, I was looking for an amp I could use in a band as well as in solo performances. It does that. It's 100 watts can keep up with guitars, etc. and fill even a large hall. I also wanted an amp that would register all the range of frequencies found in a keyboard. The KMA is great for bass and mid-range. It could easily be used by a bass player. I find it less responsive on the higher notes -- no clarity. It comes with eight effects (reverb, etc.) but the effects are weak and they only apply to the two TRS input channels. I had hoped to have reverb and other effects on the mike channel so that I could use this amp for both singing and playing in solo performances. Now I have to take my mixer with me or go without effects on the vocals. Also, the two-channels is more limting than I thought. For the money, I would investigate the Roland products and others where the manufacturer has more experience with keyboard amplification.
After owning almost all the big name keyboard amps, The KMA is my new amp of choice. It is extremely portable and the sound is as good as any amp I've used. I found i could get exceptional clarity by simply following the owner's manual suggestions. It's great as a stage monitor or a quick PA for a one-man-band.
I purchased this amp not knowing much about it. I found that it had a constant noise coming from it after turning on. After speaking with my brother, who advised me to buy a 3/2 prong adapter, it solved the noise problem. After comparing 1 to 1 against the Roland, I found after a few adjustments that this amp for the price is on line with the top of the line Roland. Overall great power and quality of sound.
This started out as my bass rig, but wasn't loud enough and was quickly replaced by an 8x10 cab w/350W head (we play loud!). It was then used by another bass player in a blues band for small gigs and worked great. Then it was used for vocals in our practice space with varying degrees of success. Later on, it developed a problem where it won't power up for about 20 minutes after it is turned on (bizzare, huh?). Now it sits waiting to be repaired, but I'm planning on using it as a keyboard amp in the future. Bottom line: even with the impending repair cost, I feel I've gotten a lot of use out of this unit and anticipate getting more in the future.
This thing sounds sweet... So versatile... I can make it sound perfect for whatever sound I want... I LOVE IT...
great product at a great price. this will rock the house.
The effects are of little use but they do work. I was unimpressed.Quality is a little above El-cheapo. But what do you expect for this price.The value is a little pricey in my opinion.Over all this is good enough for home use. If your going to play a club buy something else. The bass can be washed out easily and overpowered into distortion if you crank it up just a little. The EQ will take care of this but you loose a lot of bass in the process. I do own this amp and and play a Roland FantomX through it. When it switched it on I noticed an annoying and constant NOISE from ( I assume effects portion) of the amp. Even with the effects switched off the noise is still there. At 1/2 volume settings on both the master and the line-in, the sound NEVER GOES AWAY. If you have the means, check out other amps before laying down your hard earned money on this piece of equipment. If you don't care that your amp constantly sounds like a bowl of Rice Crispies, then buy it. If your keyboard is like mine ( stereo) then buy two and your amp and you can sound twice as bad.