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Roland Cube Street Ex Battery-Powered Portable Stereo Amplifier, for Performers On The Go, 50 Watts of Stereo Power

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COSM tones for electric guitar, including Clean, Crunch, and Lead; preamp for acoustic guitar provides clean, natural sound

View the latest amps in the CUBE Series from Roland & BOSS. The World’s favourite portable amps. Read more… Busking for Glory: The CUBE Street StoryThe next generation of the Micro CUBE, a classic amp, and at the time it came into the marketplace there really wasn’t much competition in the busking amp category. In recent years it has also been improved to compete with other models, but unfortunately falls short.

Designed as a recording amp, the Yamaha THR5A is not at all limited to just one environment. The effects are of a high quality and very user-friendly. The tone sweep control is very subtle.i-CUBE LINK/AUX IN: -20 dBu (15 k ohm) Nominal Output Level LINE OUT : -10 dBu (MONO) Speakers 16 cm (6.5 inches) x 2 Controls POWER switch The Roland Micro CUBE GX is a great practice amp, but if used for busking, you will always be thinking about upgrading. It is indeed versatile, in that it offers many amp models and effects, but none would really be at home in a professional setting. Rechargeable Ni-MH battery (AA, HR6) x 8 Current Draw 390 mA Expected battery life under continuous use [OUTPUT POWER switch: MAX (Maximum power output: 10 W)] Vinklet en smule så den kan brugs som stagemonitor; hul til stativ med ST-A95 Speaker Stand (tilkøb)

Approximate battery life under continuous use with rechargeable AA Ni-MH batteries Impressive Performance Equivalent to a Small PA System Equipped with 50 watts of stereo power, two eight-inch woofers, and two tweeters, the compact CUBE Street EX effortlessly projects your musical performances with clear, dynamic sound. Thanks to unique new power circuitry developed by Roland, you can enjoy clean headroom and quality sound at a level that’s impossible with any other battery-powered amp. The output power is adjustable in three levels, allowing you to conserve battery life in situations where you don’t need maximum power. In Eco mode, eight AA Ni-MH batteries will last up to 20 hours! The CUBE Street EX can also be powered with the included AC adapter at gigs where electrical power is readily available. Multiple Inputs to Support Any Performing SetupIf 50W of power isn’t enough, you can even stereo link another Cube Street EX to form a mighty but mini portable PA system – mountable on speaker stands for maximum sound dispersion. In this configuration you can run up to EIGHT simultaneous inputs – no need to shell out for a separate mixing desk. Features: Variable – the 50w basically comes with nothing, the 500w has XLR output, effects loop, horn defeat, additional 8 ohm speaker output, overdrive circuit and 2 – 10″ speakers. Features change with the size of the amp you choose. Equipped with 50 watts of stereo power, two eight-inch woofers, and two tweeters, the compact CUBE Street EX effortlessly projects your musical performances with clear, dynamic sound. Thanks to unique new power circuitry developed by Roland, you can enjoy clean headroom and quality sound at a level that’s impossible with any other battery-powered amp. The output power is adjustable in three levels—Max (50 W), Normal (25 W), and Eco (10 W)—allowing you to conserve battery life in situations where you don’t need maximum power. In Eco mode, eight AA Ni-MH batteries will last up to 20 hours! The CUBE Street EX can also be powered with the included AC adapter at gigs where electrical power is readily available. Multiple Inputs to Support Any Performing Setup Roland Cube Street EX Features Maximum Power Output 50 W (25 W + 25 W) Nominal Input Level (1 kHz) MIC/INSTRUMENT INPUT: -50/-10 dBu

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