This is a good amp but has obvious limits. It's not great, but it is a good value as long as you're looking for something in this price range and size. The stereo spread is limited but if you want a stereo you should buy a stereo.
The amp seems very well-built. It is very solid and sturdy. Nearly instant-on and ready-to-go.
The sound quality is good, but varies widely with setup. The sweet spot for full frequency range seems rather small - thus I would not recommend this to anybody looking to use it for close-range monitoring- it is no substitute for monitors. If you are looking for a PA system for your band, then buy a PA system for your band... and then perhaps also consider this amp to practice at home or do other small jobs.
I think the EQ settings are a little brutish. I'm glad to have them but a fairly small change on the EQ settings makes for an unusable sound (for most typical inputs) - unless you are purposes trying to use an extreme setting. I think the amp would have been more useful (for keyboards) to offer a more subtle EQ. If you need too much EQ, then the EQ probably isn't what you really need. I think the low-range EQ has a decent frequency & Q. I would have probably designed the high-range EQ with less gain/cut and with a higher frequency bias. I actually think the EQ settings might be really good for vocals and perhaps acoustic guitar frequency spectrum, less so optimized for keyboards... in my opinion.
The numerous inputs provide nice flexibility especially if it means that you don't need to deploy an outboard mixer. I use the KC-110 as a keyboard practice amp and it does that job really well. If I had more space I would have opted for the bigger brothers in the KC series.
While highly portable and decent sound, I think this is really only viable for the most obvious purposes. The KC-110 does not have enough power or presence - nor does it move enough air - to do big jobs. It might be ok for really basic PA purposes or a really small group on-the-go looking for something with decent sound that could be battery-powered without a fuss.
I have considered purchasing a 2nd KC-110 because I think the sound is pretty good for my purposes but I'd like better full-range sound distribution than I can get with the one KC-110. But given the option between having two KC-110 amps and a single KC-350 (for my purposes on keyboard), I'd likely pick the single KC-350.
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