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Roland Amplification goes MOBILE with the MOBILE BA and MOBILE AC
Producing Five watts of power (that's 2.5w +2.5w), stereo sound and 15 hours of use with only six AA alkaline batteries, the MOBILE AC has simple controls and stylish looks - making this is an ideal portable acoustic amp for the busking musician.
Roland's other new portable offering is the Mobile BA, the newest addition to the popular BA-series of all-in-one PA systems. This surprisingly high output, lightweight portable PA system is easy to use and includes a MIC channel, stereo line channel and a PC audio channel with mini jack input and RCA inputs allows you to connect iPods, Laptops, smartphones or any other playback device you might have with you.
With effects and Anit Feedback the MOBILE BA is prepared for any application. The unique centre cancel button also allows you to minimise the presence of unwanted vocals from commercial track making the MOBILE BA ideal for impromptu karaoke on the move.
Roland once again stretches the boundaries of portable amplification with the MOBILE BA Portable Stereo PA system and MOBILE AC Acoustic Guitar Amplifier will be available in september at Gear4music.com
Posted on 31 Aug 2012 09:39 to category : Instruments News
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