Keyboard amp for home usage

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    kubastarr

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    Hello there,

    I need a recommendation for a non expensive keyboard amp or speaker that would power up my Moog Sub Phatty and Studiologic Sledge together to play at the same time. This is for home usage only and to practise. Doesn't need to be more powerful than 30W.

    Anyone able to help?

    Best
     
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    Biggles

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    Look up the Peavy KB1 in reviews, bonus with this is that it has two inputs.

    For something smaller the Roland Mobile Cube is a small multi purpose amp.
     
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    Cheers! Think that's exactly what I needed.
     
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    happyrat1 Destroyer of Eardrums!!!

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    All you really need is a cheap mixer and you can plug into whatever you're using already.

    https://www.amazon.com/Behringer-502-BEHRINGER-XENYX/dp/B000J5UEGQ

    The 502 is 5 mono channels or 2 stereo and 1 mono.

    I'd recommend getting a slightly larger 8 or 10 channel mixer to leave room for future expansion.

    Hook this up to a cheap pair of Edifier Powered Speakers and you have a great setup for home use. Plus you have stereo instead of Mono output.

    https://www.amazon.com/Edifier-R1280T-Powered-Bookshelf-Speakers/dp/B016P9HJIA/

    You really don't need any more for home use.

    Gary ;)
     
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