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Compare the   Behringer Ultratone K900fx Ultra-Flexible 90-Watt Keyboard Amplifier to the   Roland Mobile Cube Battery-Powered Stereo Amplifier

In this comparison we put the   Behringer Ultratone K900fx Ultra-Flexible 90-Watt Keyboard Amplifier and   Roland Mobile Cube Battery-Powered Stereo Amplifier head to head in a battle to find out which wins the specifications war. Find out what separates these two items with the full comparison review below. If you would like to see more product comparisons and reviews in this category, click here.

Everyone has different preferences, and we hope our frank reviews will make your decision easier. First, we will take a look at the   Behringer Ultratone K900fx Ultra-Flexible 90-Watt Keyboard Amplifier.

The second product we are looking at in this head-to-head review is the   Roland Mobile Cube Battery-Powered Stereo Amplifier.


HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON
  Behringer Ultratone K900fx Ultra-Flexible 90-Watt Keyboard Amplifier  Roland Mobile Cube Battery-Powered Stereo Amplifier
KEY FEATURES
+ 12-inch Woofer and 1-inch Tweeter
+ Onboard 24-bit digital FX processor with 100 pre-sets
+ Integrated 5-Band Graphic EQ

+ Lots of Connectivity Options
+ Highly Portable as It Is Battery Powered
+ Central Cancelling Feature Allows You to Eliminate Vocals in Recorded Music
+ Built-in Stereo Effects Like Chorus and Reverb

WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT
 The Ultratone K9000fx amp ticks all the key boxes in terms of sound quality, power, and value-for-money. It also comes with a 3-year warranty, includes a ‘Feedback Protection System’, and offers you three channels so that you can use it as a PA system as well as a keyboard amp. It’s an affordable keyboard amp that offers a huge range of connectivity options. Other key features include built-in stereo effects and ‘Central Canceling’. It’s also compact, battery-powered, and simple to transport.


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Also see Music Critic's article Best Keyboard Amplifier Reviews of 2021 which includes even more information.


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