Keyboard Amps

A keyboard amplifier is a device containing an audio amplifier and loudspeakers, or a type of public address system used with electronic keyboard instruments to make it sound louder, mainly for live performances on a stage or a concert hall, as well as small venues and music studio. Keyboard amplifiers used for the stage pianos, synthesizers, organs and similar instruments, are distinct from other types of amplification systems due to the particular challenges associated with keyboards; namely, to provide solid low-frequency sound reproduction and crisp high-frequency sound with a relatively flat frequency response and low distortion.

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