Hartley Peavey is living proof that necessity is the mother of invention. As a teenager, whenever he needed an amplifier for his bands, he just reached for his soldering iron. But in 50+ years of building quality music gear for musicians around the world, he’s learned that sometimes versatility is the mother of them all.
The KB® Series gives musicians the power and reliability they need with a feature set that brings everything together in one convenient package. KB amps do much more than just amplify keyboards – they’re complete sound systems for your band rehearsals or live performances.
With up to five independent channels, you can run your keyboard plus a vocal mic, guitar, bass, drum machine, backing tracks, sampler – the possibilities are wide open.
Extension cab capability extends power rating out to 80 watts • Four separate channels • Channels 1 & 2 have 2-band EQ • Channel 3 has 3-band EQ • Channels 1 & 2 have 1/4" inputs • Channel 3 features XLR and 1/4" inputs • Channel 4 features 1/4" monitor input with level control • Headphone out with level control • 12" speaker with tweeter • Effects send/return • Balanced XLR main out • 60 watts of clean Peavey power.
Dimensions (HxWxD): 20.37" x 14.25" x 21.87" / 517mm x 362mm x 556mm • Weight: 52.47lbs / 23.8kg
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