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Roland Cube Monitor / PA

by Roland
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  • Ultra-versatile monitor for studio, stage, and more
  • 6.5" coaxial, 2-way speaker with stereo preamp
  • 30-watt output plus Metal grill cover, corner protectors, and handle grip for easy transport
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  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 9 x 11 inches ; 12 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 14.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000OY4WA6
  • Item model number: CM-30C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,975 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 6, 2007

Product Description

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Built to handle a wide range of recording and mixing applications, the Roland Cube CM-30 monitor/PA can be used for live monitoring onstage as well. Delivering 30 watts of punch through a rugged, high-quality 6.5-inch coaxial two-way speaker, the Cube CM-30 can be easily and safely toted from location to location thanks to its built-in handle grip, protective metal grill cover, and cabinet corner protectors.

Key Features

  • Ultra-versatile monitor for studio, stage, and more
  • 30-watt 6.5-inch coaxial 2-way speaker with stereo preamp
  • Three input channels, with one XLR input for mic/line and two additional Aux inputs
  • Stereo Link function for stereo connection between two units, which allows a total of eight stereo inputs and two mono mic/line inputs
  • Metal grill cover, corner protectors, and handle grip for carrying the unit safely

Specifications

  • Rated Power Output: 30 W
  • Speaker: 16 cm (6.5 inches) + Tweeter (Coaxial 2-Way)
  • Nominal Input Level (1kHz)
    • Channel 1(Mic/Line): -50 to -20 dub
    • Channel 2, 3 (Line): -20 dBu
    • AUX IN 1, 2: -10 dBu
    • Stereo Link Input: -10dBu
  • Nominal Output Level
    • Stereo Link Out L, R: -10 dBu
  • Controls
    • Channel 1 (Mic/Line) Volume Knob
    • Channel 2, 3 Volume Knobs
    • Stereo Phones Level Knob
    • Equalizer: Low Knob, High Knob
    • Volume Knob
    • Power Switch
    Connectors
    • Channel 1 Input Jack (XLR type, 1/4" phone type)
    • Channel 2, 3 Input Jack L (mono)(1/4" phone type)
    • Channel 2, 3 Input Jack R (1/4" phone type)
    • Aux In 1 Jack (RCA phono type)
    • Aux In 2 Jack (Stereo miniature phone type)
    • Stereo Link Out Jacks L, R (1/4" phone type)
    • Stereo Link In Jack (1/4" phone type)
    • Stereo Phones Jack (Stereo 1/4" phone type)
  • Power Consumption: 32 W
  • Dimensions: 8-7/16 x 9-3/8 x 10-7/8 inches
  • Weight: 12 pounds, 6 ounces

Product Description

The Roland CM-30 Cube Monitor delivers 30W of audio punch through a rugged, high-quality 6.5" coaxial 2-way speaker with stereo preamp. The CM-30 is designed for home-studio and wide-ranging monitoring applications, but it can be used for live monitoring onstage as well.The Roland CM-30 monitor speaker offers more than enough inputs to simultaneously connect a microphone, a keyboard, a rhythm machine, and a CD player, or to function as a mini-PA rig. It's equipped with 3 input channels, with one XLR mic/line input and 2 additional AUX RCA and stereo mini-phone inputs, making a total of 5 simultaneous inputs possible (4 stereo and one mono input). The Stereo Link function allows 2 CM-30s to be linked for true stereo output, which enables a total of 10 inputs. Sound can be further refined with the Roland speaker's onboard 2-band equalizer. As with all other controls, the EQ knobs are conveniently located on the front panel for quick access.The Roland CM-30 can be easily and safely toted from location to location thanks to its built-in handle grip, protective metal grille cover, and cabinet corner protectors. Other handy features include a stereo headphone jack and mic stand adapter.


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Keyboard and guitar sounds great.
anonymous
Very clean well-defined and punchy bass, smooth clear uncolored mid range and nice crisp clear extended high end.
Occasional Reviewer
As a musician, this is really all I need for portable and great quality sound.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

70 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Samuel Chell HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 27, 2009
I'm frankly sick and tired of showing up for a gig and having my keyboard run through the P.A., thereby in essence causing me to forfeit all control of the instrument to the bandleader (or board op). Still, I've had to concede that the amps I've been using--a Roland KC150, then a KC350--had plenty of power and pop but no sonic attributes that would recommend them above the Bose P.A. set-up the band uses. Then, because I needed a small amp with an XLR connection for use as an emergency P.A., I picked up this relatively new item from Roland, which prominently describes itself as a "monitor" amp (i.e. meant only for the performer's ears).

Was I surprised when I got this thing home and put it through some rounds with a Kurzweil PC2 and SP2. It's little more than a compact brick, but it appears to have the power of my KC150 and, more importantly, in terms of "listenability" it sounds like its several heavens apart from the KC 150 or 350 (those ever-present Roland KC amps will make any piano, including Rolands, sound uninspiring if not boring during the course of a four-hour gig). This latest contender covers the entire piano range, effortlessly, smoothly, providing rich yet responsive bass where its needed and brilliant but not strident highs. Perhaps some would judge the sound a trifle "colored." If so, I'll take the coloration any day to the untempered sounds I've been getting from electric keyboards. The mid-range is tight and controlled, with the upper register "growing out" of it gradually but unmistakably. By contrast, the upper register on the heavy-duty KC amps strikes like a serpent, leaping out of the mix like home-brewed white lightning hitting the palate after it's just gotten accustomed to a vintage Bordeaux.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Occasional Reviewer on January 19, 2008
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This is a really neat product. I got one in a hurry because I needed a microphone and amp to help my in-laws who were in a jam with guests needing to speak at a memorial service. It worked so well for that (great sound, rugged, easy set up, allowed easy connection and mixing in of an iPod for the musical part of the service), and I was so impressed with it, that a few weeks after the service I actually went out and got a second one and a pair of stands for the two of them (any generic microphone stand with a threaded top where the arm connects will work with these - they have a fixture built into the bottom like a camera/tripod system). With one of these you have a nice compact punchy little amp/monitor that has a really handy built in four input mixing board. But with two of these, you can link them together and you now have a twice as powerful stereo sound system with really flexible virtual "mixing board" built in - you can accept, mix balance, amplify and simultaneiously record up to 8 separate inputs. It is a really cool and flexible little system. Power with one is plenty to fill a decent size room, and with two it is more than enough to fill a large crowed hall. Very clean well-defined and punchy bass, smooth clear uncolored mid range and nice crisp clear extended high end. These kinds of systems are designed to be rugged and handle over driving, not compare with an audiophile grade stereo system, and yet they sound really amazing in their own right. And for situations where you need even more power, you could always use these as your mixing console and for near-field monitoring and plug the outputs into a much bigger guitar amp or the like. Good stuff!Read more ›
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By BeZe on August 25, 2007
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The product arrived intact and in a timely manner. The sound quality is excellent for a portable monitor - highs are crisp and the bass is decent at moderate levels. Used it for two dj gigs and it worked perfectly. Very portable. I really love the various input connection options (connected my PDA, an electric accoustic guitar and a mixer with no problems). Also allows connections to other speakers. Highly recommended purchase. The only minor issue is that when I peeled off the adhesive label on the front grill, it pulled some of the black paint off. Despite that, it is still deserving of the 5 star rating.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By M. Wilhelm on February 24, 2010
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I play guitar and sing in relatively small places, such as cafes. I previously used a Fender Acoustasonic Jr and I got tired of lugging it (about 50 lbs) and all of my other gig equipment around. With the CM-30 I can get it (12 lbs), mic stands, music stand, mic, and various cables and etc into a medium sized rolling duffel. That means I can haul everthing I need in one trip. A big plus.

I like the sound quality I get. My guitar is an acoustic Alverez with onboard preamp and my mic is a Shure SM-57. The Roland doesn't have a huge amount of volume, but if you're looking for something that sounds natural and is easy to transport, set up and take down, this is a good choice. (If I used it a with a passive guitar pick-up, I'd want external preamp.) Think of it as as a sound booster for when you are playing in a bigger space than your living room.

I'm also thinking I will use it in larger rooms as a personal monitor with my Acoustasonic Jr.

It looks really rugged, so I'm looking forward to years of happy use.
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