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I’m looking to replace my amplifier for my keyboards. I play a Korg SV1 piano and a Hammond XK1. I play in a couple of bands sometime pub gigs sometime Blues festivals with big PA. I need something that has enough volume for a loud pub gig and also to use sometimes as a monitor. In the past I’ve used an old Peavey KB 100 which I love but it hasn’t got the required direct line out and it sometimes overheats. My local shop sells the Roland KC 200 and 400 so thinking of those but I’ve never used them. Any ideas or recommendations? Many thanks. SB
 
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I’m looking to replace my amplifier for my keyboards. I play a Korg SV1 piano and a Hammond XK1. I play in a couple of bands sometime pub gigs sometime Blues festivals with big PA. I need something that has enough volume for a loud pub gig and also to use sometimes as a monitor. In the past I’ve used an old Peavey KB 100 which I love but it hasn’t got the required direct line out and it sometimes overheats. My local shop sells the Roland KC 200 and 400 so thinking of those but I’ve never used them. Any ideas or recommendations? Many thanks. SB
see the similar threads section below. this has been discussed ad nauseam
 
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Not tried either but both get mixed bag reviews from users.

Talk with the shop to verify their returns policy (online sales may differ from in shop purchases).

If you are happy with their response buy one and give it some serious use.

Do checkout a Yamaha Stagepas 400, 360W with a detachable mixer included, £514.
 
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KC-400 by Roland, 150W 12 "The top product thus far is Keyboard Amp. With inbuilt mixing and full-range sound, the Roland KC-400 4-channel keyboard amplifier is an excellent choice for amplification of your keyboard and synthesisers. In reality, it also functions as a well-equipped portable PA with an XLR microphone input for vocals and an auxiliary connection for external audio. With a 12 "The KC-400 is prepared for rehearsing and performances thanks to its 150 watts of power, which drive a woofer and a separate tweeter. Additionally, utilising the Stereo Link connector, you may connect two KC-400 amps together for stereo operation, additional channels, or just to push more air. The Roland KC-400 is the flexible keyboard amplifier you were looking for when you arrived at Sweetwater.
 

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