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Roland KCW-1 Powered Subwoofer

$949 $800

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Roland KCW-1 Powered Subwoofer is a convenient way to add 200 watts of punchy low end to sub-out equipped KC amps, or to standard amplifiers via the stereo Thru output.

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Roland KCW-1 Powered Subwoofer

Roland KCW-1 Powered Subwoofer is a convenient way to add 200 watts of punchy low end to sub-out equipped KC amps, or to standard amplifiers via the stereo Thru output.

Key Features

  • 200-watt powered subwoofer for use with Roland’s new KC-Series amps.
  • Stereo Thru Out jack (XLR and 1/4”) for amps without a Subwoofer output.
  • Intuitive controls including Crossover knob, Phase switch and Shape switch.

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OUTPUT Rated Power 200 W

Nominal Output Level @ 100 Hz THRU OUT : + 4 dBu (XLR / 1/4" Phone type)

Speakers 10"(25cm) x 1

INPUT Nominal Intput Level @ 100 Hz INPUT : + 4 dBu (XLR / 1/4" Phone type)

CONTROLS Knobs VOLUME, CROSSOVER

Switches BOTTOM, PHASE, POWER, GND LIFT

INDICATOR POWER

CONNECTORS INPUT Connector L, R (XLR type) INPUT Jack L (MONO), R (1/4" phone type) THRU OUT Connector L, R (XLR type) THRU OUT Jack L (MONO), R (1/4" phone type) FOOT SW JACK (1/4" phone type)

Power Supply AC 117 V, 230 V or 240 V

Power Consumption 135 W

Accessory Owner's Manual, Power cord

Options DP-2 Pedal Switch FS-5U FootSwitch (BOSS)

SIZE AND WEIGHT Width 438 mm 17-1/4 inches

Depth 440 mm 17-3/8 inches

Height 460 mm 18-1/8 inches

Weight 23.0 kg 50 lbs. 12 oz.

EPG PIANO WAREHOUSE CUSTOMER FEEDBACKS

Shan Lu
Shan Lu
06:13 16 Feb 19
It's a nice store with many beautiful fancy grand pianos and affordable upright ones. Customer service was considerate and wonderful. Chris even invited me to play a whole piece on a Steinway&Sons grand piano, which was amazing and made my day!read more
Lui Taicligh
Lui Taicligh
00:46 22 Jan 19
This place is excellent if you're rich, a pianist and wanting a Steinway & Sons piano, I wouldn't recommend this place at all if you're a beginner (unless you're rich) or have a budget of $7-10K, because a good piano with a good quality strings will cost you much more than $30-40K, concert pianos range from &100-350K if you want one, the colour range is great, there are white pianos if you're after one but 97% of them are black and polished, also at the back of the store there are some good music books if you want one as well. I would recommend this place for rich people only, great friendly staff as well 7/10 (because I left empty-handed due to the high prices)read more
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Raelle Smit
09:59 21 Dec 18
The team at EPG we’re verry helpful. Good info, easy to understand and great deals. Chris and the team were fantastic to deal with. Thank you.read more