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Roland KC-60 Keyboard Amplifier  

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Overview
  • 40W power
  • 10" speaker
  • 3 separate channels
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  • MSRP:
    $444.00
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    - $95.00
  • Your Price:
    $34900

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      Renowned KC-Series quality at a very user-friendly price.

      With the Roland KC-60 Keyboard Amplifier, you get a whole lot of flexibility for your dollar in this scaled-down model that retains that sought-after KC sound. The amp's 40W power section drives a 10" speaker through 3 separate channels that include 1/4" line, XLR mic, and aux inputs so you can easily add vocals and backing from other sources. Rotary controls adjust channel and headphone outputs plus low and hi EQ. Also, the Roland KC-60 subwoofer output offers big bottom-end potential.

      Features
      • 40W power
      • 10" speaker
      • 3 separate channels
      • 1/4" line, XLR mic, and aux inputs
      • Rotary controls adjust channel and headphone outputs plus low and high EQ

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      KC-60 Keyboard Amplifier Specifications:

      • 16-3/8"W x 16"H x 11-3/8"D
      • 27 lbs.
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      RolandKC-60 Keyboard Amplifier
       
      3.8

      (based on 13 reviews)

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      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      Great little multi-input amp!

      I use this as a practice amp and monitor at gigs for my keyboards and ukuleles. It's loud enough for either and the sound quality is very good. I'm surprised at how loud it...Read complete review

      I use this as a practice amp and monitor at gigs for my keyboards and ukuleles. It's loud enough for either and the sound quality is very good. I'm surprised at how loud it is and how well it handles the low frequencies for something so compact. I wish it had a couple other features but overall I'm very pleased and would probably replace it with the same model if I needed another keyboard amp that wasn't a powerhouse. I suppose you could use it in a small venue as a PA, but it would have to be a relatively quiet environment.
      4 channel input and bass/treble adjustments are great. Subwoofer out. The only outputs I'd say that it lacks is effects send/return and an XLR output (there is a 1/4" line out). I wish it had reverb built in for the mic channel. You can stick it on a speaker stand which is handy. No way to tilt it back which would be nice since it's a relatively small amp anyway.
      Built solid and sounds great. The sound quality is noticably better than my Peavey KB3. I use it as a keyboard amp and for an ukulele. It sounds great for either instrument and surprisingly good for low sounds (wurlitzer or bass drum from the sequencer).
      It's a little on the expensive side for its size, but I think it's worth it, especially compared to my Peavey KB3 which sells for the same amount and is more powerful, but doesn't sound as good.

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      snap, crackle and pop

      I have my Casio PX-350 digital keyboard connected to the amplifier. It worked fine at first. A few months later it started making noise. I noticed it while working on my computer...Read complete review

      I have my Casio PX-350 digital keyboard connected to the amplifier. It worked fine at first. A few months later it started making noise. I noticed it while working on my computer in my music room. The piano and amp were on and I was wondering where the low-level scratching and popping noises were coming from. The noise is not audible while playing the piano through the amp. It is very irritating in a quiet room with the amp and piano turned on and sitting at rest. Now I'm trying to find the source of the noise. The amp doesn't make noise when turned on with no instruments connected into the inputs. The piano doesn't make any noise either, whether in the headphones or connected into other amplifiers. I only hear the noise when the PX-350 and Roland KC-50 are connected together. I guess I'll have to ship it to an authorized repair shop at my expense.

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      5.0

      I've got three of these...

      By NickV

      from Iowa

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Roland KC-60 Keyboard Amplifier:

            and never had an issue with any of them....Sound great and TOUGH!!

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            (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            2.0

            snap, crackle and pop

            By countin4

            from USA

            About Me Professional Musician

            Pros

            • Portable
            • Solid-build

            Cons

            • Makes Noise At Rest
            • Noisey

            Best Uses

            • Practice And Small Gigs
            • Practice Small Gigs

            Comments about Roland KC-60 Keyboard Amplifier:

            I have my Casio PX-350 digital keyboard connected to the amplifier. It worked fine at first. A few months later it started making noise. I noticed it while working on my computer in my music room. The piano and amp were on and I was wondering where the low-level scratching and popping noises were coming from. The noise is not audible while playing the piano through the amp. It is very irritating in a quiet room with the amp and piano turned on and sitting at rest. Now I'm trying to find the source of the noise. The amp doesn't make noise when turned on with no instruments connected into the inputs. The piano doesn't make any noise either, whether in the headphones or connected into other amplifiers. I only hear the noise when the PX-350 and Roland KC-50 are connected together. I guess I'll have to ship it to an authorized repair shop at my expense.

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            (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Great little multi-input amp!

            By G-lenn

            from Ithaca, NY

            Comments about Roland KC-60 Keyboard Amplifier:

            I use this as a practice amp and monitor at gigs for my keyboards and ukuleles. It's loud enough for either and the sound quality is very good. I'm surprised at how loud it is and how well it handles the low frequencies for something so compact. I wish it had a couple other features but overall I'm very pleased and would probably replace it with the same model if I needed another keyboard amp that wasn't a powerhouse. I suppose you could use it in a small venue as a PA, but it would have to be a relatively quiet environment.
            4 channel input and bass/treble adjustments are great. Subwoofer out. The only outputs I'd say that it lacks is effects send/return and an XLR output (there is a 1/4" line out). I wish it had reverb built in for the mic channel. You can stick it on a speaker stand which is handy. No way to tilt it back which would be nice since it's a relatively small amp anyway.
            Built solid and sounds great. The sound quality is noticably better than my Peavey KB3. I use it as a keyboard amp and for an ukulele. It sounds great for either instrument and surprisingly good for low sounds (wurlitzer or bass drum from the sequencer).
            It's a little on the expensive side for its size, but I think it's worth it, especially compared to my Peavey KB3 which sells for the same amount and is more powerful, but doesn't sound as good.

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            (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            Not worth the money

            Comments about Roland KC-60 Keyboard Amplifier:

            I used this amp for my Roland V-drum Kit and my shure sm58 mic.Pros:This amp is really loud,the construction quality is great, very light to handle. Cons;Only has an High and Low EQ for all channels, no effects.This would be a great amp, but for the price, you better keep looking. Although I'm a fan of Roland products, this amp is really overpriced for the limited features it offers. I had this amp along with a Peavey KB3. Sold them both and got a Behringer k450fx, which is way much better than any of them.

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            (7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

             
            2.0

            Maybe I got a dud...

            By afoordm9669

            from Hudson Valley, NY

            Comments about Roland KC-60 Keyboard Amplifier:

            Go this thing brand new with my Juno-Di. The sound quality is fine... as long as it and my keyboard arent turned up past the halway point! After the halfway mark the whole thing distorts terribly, the bottom end sounds awful. Idk if either i just didnt get something big enough for my needs, if i got a dud, or if this thing is just no good... Oh well.... Roland makes a good keyboard, not a good amp.

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            (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Great Little Amp!

            By FLDavid

            from Florida Gulf Coast

            Comments about Roland KC-60 Keyboard Amplifier:

            I have the KC-60's bigger brother (KC-500 w/ JBL) for my gigging keyboard rig, so I bought the KC-60 for home use and for a dedicated drum machine amp--it is all I expected; excellent fidelity, loud for its size.I would probably replace the speaker (with a JBL or Weber) if I were going to use it on small-venue gigs for keyboards (starts to break up at max volume), but overall excellent value.

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            (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Excelent Value

            By dg

            from Hillsboro,OR

            Comments about Roland KC-60 Keyboard Amplifier:

            I've been using this amp with a Yamaha P90 and a Variax guitar. The response is very good and sound quality crisp and clear. The aux inputs are nice as it allows me to plug in an MP3 player for backing tracks. This is a great amp for solo player needing a solid rig.

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            (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

             
            2.0

            It's OK

            By Jayhawker122

            from Katy, TX

            Comments about Roland KC-60 Keyboard Amplifier:

            I got this amp about 6mo. ago, and it was great for awhile. Now the pulsing is horrible and i get static every time i play

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            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Review

            By WarEagle765

            from Eatonton, GA

            Comments about Roland KC-60 Keyboard Amplifier:

            Works great as an active monitor if you're running thru a PA. Somewhat limited in volume and low range freq's. If you're looking for a home amp, it's perfect.

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            (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Excellent speaker onstage & studio monitor

            By Anonymous

            from Undisclosed

            Comments about Roland KC-60 Keyboard Amplifier:

            I use the KC60 for performing as a monitor and in my personal studio as a multi-use speaker. It is clear, sharp, and dynamic...especially for a 40watt speaker.

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