Peavey KB4 Keyboard Amplifier (75 Watts, 1x15")
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The KB 4 was designed as a personal PA system in a keyboard amp. The KB 4 features separate inputs on each channel and can easily handle voice, microphones and other instruments, including acoustic and electrical guitars, drum machines and backing machines, such as CD and DAT players. Other essential features include stereo effects loop, ground lift, master level, XLR balanced stereo line out, DDT defeat switch and the capability to drive an external speaker.
Features:- 15-inch speaker and tweeter
- 75 watts/100 watts with external speaker
- Stereo mixer with 2-band EQ and main effects send/return
- Mic/Line channel with 3-band EQ and effects send/return
- Monitor input with level control and assign
- Headphone out with level control
- Built-in casters and handle for easy moving
- Great look and features
Reviews From Buyers
My KB300 died after over 15 years. It had a Black Widow, great horn and awesome power. Of course, I went right back to Peavey, thinking the KB4 would be even better. Well, this power is not even close to the KB300, the bass does not hit the same, and the highs do not cut. Let's face it, 75 watts don't leave much room for voice and instrument. It does very well for Karaoke and digital music. It is pretty good for bass in a small room. But when I use my Motiff Grand Piano, I want my highs to "ting" and I want to here the simulated vibration of the low piano notes. I don't get it from the out of the box KB4. However, if you use the powered speaker output add a speaker with a great horn, it turns into a very good sound system with 25 more watts. It is still not the KB300, and who really wants to carry around an extra speaker..
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