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Roland PM-30 Drum Monitor   

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The Roland PM-30 Drum Monitor is optimally designed for amplifying V-Drums. It has a 2.1 channel speaker system with 200 watts of power. Formed from ...Read More

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Advanced amplification for V-Drums.

The Roland PM-30 Drum Monitor is optimally designed for amplifying V-Drums. It has a 2.1 channel speaker system with 200 watts of power. Formed from class-D amplifiers there is a 100-watt and 2 50-watt components to make the full 200. The Roland PM-30 Drum Monitor has 3 input channels and 2 outputs. It features a V-Drum compatible DSP engine. Its 12 woofer with tweeter plays the full range of sounds clearly and powerfully. The œfull range and subwoofer modes allow the amps to be customized for low-frequency pitches. The 3-band built in EQ fine tunes the sounds from low to high tones. Easy to transport, this monitor has a solid crossbar on top along with 2 side handles. The 4 satellite speakers can be clamped on the crossbar or mounted on the drum rack. The perfect amp for band practice or for small to medium venues, the Roland PM-30 Drum Monitor makes your V-Drums sound better than ever.

FEATURES
  • 2.1-channel system optimized for V-Drums
  • 200W (100W + 50W x 2) power, Class-D amplification
  • Carefully tuned for V-Drums via embedded DSP technology
  • "Subwoofer" and "full range" modes for application-specific monitoring performance
  • Stereo 3-channel mixer, with versatile input/output options
  • 3-band EQ
  • Satellite speakers can be mounted on PM-30 or V-Drum rack system

Get powerful full-range stereo sound from your V-Drums with this transportable monitor. Order today.

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RolandPM-30 Drum Monitor
 
3.7

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4.0

Nice to have, but pricey

By Rob-pyZ-j

from Chicago, IL

Comments about Roland PM-30 Drum Monitor:

This thing blows away the PM-10. It has very good sound quality, but it's not powerful enough for anything larger than a small club, but that likely wouldn't matter as you'd end up jacked into the place's PA system anyway. I thought it was rather expensive, but I knew it would be bulletproof and it sounds really nice with V-drums - lots of low end, but it does have its limits. As long as you're not trying to get arrested, it's plenty loud and tight. The additional stereo inputs are nice as well, in case you have a keyboard, drum machine or another module. I know the Simmons monitors are a lot cheaper, but they didn't sound as good and I question their quality. If you want something in-between, I'd look at a Roland KC-350 keyboard monitor.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Sounds Great

By g_kc

from Many, Louisiana

Comments about Roland PM-30 Drum Monitor:

Hooked this system to Roland V-Drums TD10 and it totally changed the drumming experience, sounds really great. Plenty of punch/low end, but if you're doing a heavy metal concert with electrics a larger system would be needed, but for church like setups or larger platforms its really nice.

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2.0

Not for live gigs

By Vinman-C2sD2

from Newtown, PA

Comments about Roland PM-30 Drum Monitor:

Lacks power and low end oomph! Kick drum sounds make the tiny 12 incher sound like it is bottoming out. I would stay away from this little amp unless you are playing small venue jazz gigs. I ended up with a pair of Mackie Sa 1521Z's. I also have a Yorkville 800 watt EF500P self powered wedge monitor with a built in mini mixer...That is the real deal

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