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Musikmesse 2016: Roland Announce Cube Street Ex PA Pack, Drum Triggers and V-Drum Expansion Pads
The Cube Street EX PA Pack is the latest product to join Roland's ever-popular Cube Street series. Based around the popular CUBE Street EX amplifier, the CUBE Street EX PA Pack combines two Cube Street EX units and is a complete performance solution with up to eight inputs and broad sound coverage for musicians on the move.
This compact and easy-to-carry PA system boasts 100 watts of power, two eight-inch woofers, two tweeters as well as onboard vocal and guitar effects, which can be powered for up to 20 hours of operation on eight AA batteries.
The unique power circuitry developed by Roland also delivers remarkable headroom and audio reproduction beyond the usual capabilities of typical battery-powered amps.
In addition to the PA system, Roland has also expanded their electronic drum triggers and pad lines.
Roland is also pleased to announce the KT-9 Kick Trigger Pedal and FD-9 Hi-Hat Controller, two additions to the renowned V-Drums lineup of electronic percussion products.
The KT-9 and FD-9 deliver ultra-quiet performance without sacrificing feel or playability making them ideal for V-Drums users who wish to practice any time without worrying about disrupting the neighbours.
The CY-12C Cymbal Pack and PDX-100 Pad pack respectively add pads for an even richer drumming experience. Follow Gear4music.com on Facebook and Twitter to be the first to hear about the latest music gear offers and news.
By Michael Storey
Posted on 7 Apr 2016 00:10 to category : Instruments News
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