Roland KC-880

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A monster. This amp is larger than the others we are reviewing today, but also comes with added power.

This amp has been the choice of musicians who play large venues for some time now, and it is easy to see why. It delivers 320W of power across two channels, making it the most powerful amp we are reviewing. This power is used to drive two 12” woofers and two horn tweeters, and is louder than you will ever need.

The sound of this amp is also great, even when pushed to its limits, and so you don’t have to ever worry about being heard.

In addition, this keyboard amp comes with a number of extra features:

Roland KC-880

This amp has been the choice of musicians who play large venues for some time now, and it is easy to see why. It delivers 320W of power across two channels, making it the most powerful amp we are reviewing. This power is used to drive two 12” woofers and two horn tweeters, and is louder than you will ever need.

8 Total Score
Roland KC-880

This amp has been the choice of musicians who play large venues for some time now, and it is easy to see why. It delivers 320W of power across two channels, making it the most powerful amp we are reviewing. This power is used to drive two 12” woofers and two horn tweeters, and is louder than you will ever need.

Durability
9
Design
8.5
PROS
  • The effects offered by this amp are great. Roland’s popular DSP effects come built in, meaning that you can easily find the perfect sound. If you are already using a smaller Roland keyboard amp, then this is great, as you can just transfer your favorite settings over to this amp.
  • This amp has been designed to be flexible, so it offers stereo XLR outputs, a headphone out, and a stereo link. This stereo link can be used to chain this amp to other KC-880s, so if you are looking for an enormous sound system, consider getting a few!
  • This has become the standard for professional keyboard players for a reason – it is incredibly durable. People we talked to for this review said that they constantly came across ten-year-old versions of this amp, which is a testament to its build quality and durability.
CONS
  • Some of the people we talked to found that this amp was simply too large for them to carry around easily. Whilst it might be annoying lifting this amp into your car, the extra power it delivers is a must if you are playing huge venues!
  • Your drummer will be annoyed, because at full power this amp will make you the loudest musician on the stage!
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