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What do you need in a keyboard amplifier? Power. Portability. Utility. And clean, punchy, hi-fi sound. We thought Roland's old KC-line of amplifiers had all of that. But the new KC-series, including the KC-550, has raised the bar once again.
The KC-550 sports a 15 inch speaker and horn tweeter, and has 180 watts of power. This equates to great sound, and plenty of volume. It works well as a keyboard monitor on stage, or even as a small P.A.
A 4 channel stereo mixer handles your inputs, and Roland has included an XLR microphone input as well. Going further, the KC-550 offers a few different outputs, including a pair of XLR balanced outputs. Need more bass response? A dedicated subwoofer output creates an easy way to connect to a subwoofer. And Roland's Stereo Link feature allows for a convenient way to tie two KC-550's together, with minimum fuss.
Hearing Is Believing
This amp sounds good. Period. But you have the option to sweeten your sound further with a 3-band EQ, and a new Shape function, which is similar to the "Loudness" button on your home stereo. The result is crisp, punchy sound that is well designed for the high fidelity of today's synthesizer and keyboard products.
True, the KC-550 is heavy. But due to the included caster wheels, moving it around is relatively easy. The bottom line is that the KC-550 delivers. If you demand a lot out of your keyboard amp, the KC-550 is ready for the challenge.