- Stereo mixing keyboard amplifier with 120-watt/12-inch speaker and horn tweeter
- Output Select switch and convenient Shape switch for tonal adjustment
- 3-band EQ and Subwoofer output compatible with new KCW-1
- 1/4-inch phone output for connection to recording devices
- Stereo Link In/Out for chaining to KC-350s for stereo stage sound
25 semi-weighted, full-size keys
8 MPC pads with RGB illuminated feedback
8 assignable control knobs
Updated control layout with backlit LCD screen
Comprehensive transport & parameter controls for hands-on DAW integration
Pitch bend, modulation and octave controls for dynamic performances
Expression & sustain pedal jack inputs
Peavey Keyboard Amp, PEAVEY KB4 DETAILS
The (00573220) 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 electric 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.
15 inch speaker and tweeter
75 watts/100 watts with external speaker
Channels 1 & 2 have stereo 1/4" inputs
Channel 3 features stereo 1/4" and mono XLR inputs
Channel 4 1/4" monitor input
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
Two-channel computer audio recording interface, comes complete with a copy of Steinberg Cubase LE digtal audio workstation (DAW) software.
Record up to 24-bit, 48 kHz audio into virtually any software
High-quality A/D and D/A converters, discrete-design preamps, 48V phantom power
Inputs for microphones, line-level sources, and instruments including guitars
USB bus powered - no external power supply needed
The RANE SL1 combined with Serato Scratch Live set the standard for vinyl emulation, giving you the freedom to take your entire digital music collection on the road and equipping you with advanced features that add extra creativity to your DJing. This intuitive system replicates the traditional DJing experience for “real feel” usability. With unparalleled performance and stability, you'll know why thousands of DJs worldwide choose the RANE SL1 and Serato Scratch Live.
Hohner Chromonica 270
As a principal choice for some of the world's leading harmonica musicians, the solo-tuned 270 Super Chromonica has a 3-octave chromatic range beginning at middle C. The chromatic harmonica's 48 reeds are fitted with special wind-saving valves. The precision-crafted Hohner pearwood comb is optimized for superior reed response over its complete range, from the mellow low octave to the bright and clear top octave.
Choose your desired key!
The Hohner 270 Super Chromonica is the answer to the sound you're seeking if you ever feel like you're missing just the right note. The chromatic harmonica's impeccably designed slide button system makes every note, every style, and every expression available to you on one beautiful harp. Whether you're playing sophisticated, tasty jazz melodies or your favorite pop tune, you can even change keys mid-song for artistic impact. Use the Hohner 270 Super Chromonica to lay it down like Toots Thielemans or the great Larry Adler. Any style or mood you need-major, minor, blues, or bebop-is available on the chromatic Hohner Chromonica. Hohner builds the Super Chromonica with a wood body for a warm tone that covers 3 complete octaves.
Hohner is a family company founded in 1857 in Trossingen, Germany by Matthias Hohner. Hand-made quality and close attention to detail has set Hohner apart from the beginning. A top leading brand in harmonicas, Hohner harps are distributed worldwide. Hohner harmonicas are played on the street by buskers, in intimate nightclubs, on festival stages, and even in Carnegie Hall. Despite a diverse harmonica line used in music from country to classical genres, the most famous Hohner harmonicas are their simple, 10-hole diatonics used frequently by blues, rock, country, and folk musicians.