The new Roland KC-200 provides 100 watts of high fidelity sound, a 12-inch custom woofer and a host of input and mixing options including an XLR mic input, making it the perfect accompaniment for stage keyboardist.
The KC-200 improves upon the previous generation of Roland keyboard amplifiers with a redesigned power section for better stability, enhanced bass response and reduced weight.
Full-Range Sound for Keyboards and Electronic Musical Instruments
The KC-200 offers full-range audio reproduction in a compact amp with 100 watts of power. The cabinet features Roland’s patented twin bass-reflex design, providing extended low-frequency response without distortion. Paired with the newly redesigned power section and updated 12-inch woofer, the KC-200 delivers even better bass performance for amplifying 88-note stage pianos, organs, and synthesizers, plus rhythm machines and other electronic instruments.
Versatile Connectivity for Performing, Recording, and Practice
With its easy-access connectivity, the KC-200 integrates into any playing environment. A 1/4-inch line output enables you to interface with PA systems, stage monitors, and recording devices. There’s also a Sub Out jack for connecting to a powered subwoofer, with level conveniently tied to the amp’s master volume for one-touch control. Plugging into the Phones jack mutes the onboard speakers and Sub Out, perfect for private practice sessions and checking sounds on stage with headphones.
Onboard 4+1 Mixing
The KC-200’s four 1/4-inch line input channels support keyboards, drum machines, and various electronic instruments. There’s also an auxiliary channel with 1/8-inch and RCA inputs for connecting smartphones, music players, or other devices. Channel 1 includes an XLR input too, letting you plug in a vocal mic for even more versatility. Channel 4 is dedicated to monitoring through the KC-200’s onboard speakers and headphones jack; this allows you to monitor click or guide tracks while performing without sending the sound to a PA via the amp’s line out jack.