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Roland CUBE Street Two-Channel Battery-Powered Stereo Amplifier

by Roland
21 customer reviews
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  • Compact, lightweight stereo amplifier with slanted cabinet designTwo high-performance 6.5" neodymium speakersBattery driven (6 x AA, maximum 15-hour continuous use)Dual-channel architecture with Guitar/Inst and Mic/Line inputs8 COSM AMPs, 6 digital effects, and chromatic tuner built in2-band EQ, Delay/Reverb for the Mic/Line-channelAC Adaptor included
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Product Description

Free yourself from the traditional PA system! Roland's CUBE Street lets you go anywhere while taking a solid performance system with you. Running on six AA batteries, the CUBE Street is the perfect solution for parking yourself on a street corner and performing for the masses. Plus, you can take it to practices, coffeehouse gigs, or anywhere else you need the support of a compact PA system without the burden of lugging heavy powered speakers or a power amp.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19.7 x 13.4 x 11.4 inches ; 15 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: CUBE-ST
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,174 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at March 3, 2008

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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By B. Make on January 26, 2010
In an act of unmitigated generosity, a bass-playing friend bought two of these to us guitar people to use. The lightweight amp sits on good rubber feet. Unless dropped, the enclosure should hold up pretty well. The front grill should take a light kicking without letting the foot into the speaker.

The amp uses two ~6.5 drivers with whizzer cones. The speaker cones appear to be paper for good sound, so keep them out of the rain. The enclosure is a ported/vented enclosure, so bass rolls off sharply, but for frequencies about the resonant frequency, the amp will be more efficient than a totally sealed enclosure. When unfamiliar with the amp, I tend to prop up the back of the amp so I can see the controls. Once the controls are are set, the angled back works nice playing outside my local Orchard Valley Coffee. Because the amp has good corners, it can be set on its end. The handle on the amp a vinyl wrapped metal strap affair that I found uncomfortable to slip my hand under. Overall, the amp fit and finish are quite good. I like addition of the Neutrik 1/4" / XLR jack on the clean/mic channel. Thank you for not putting a blue LED in the amp, anywhere, nor marking any knob "Presence."

The amp sounds good for its weight. It goes loud enough to feed back my acoustic/electric guitar at a few feet distance. I feel that amp sounds a lot better than the Cube Micro, and delivers on its promise.

Effect-wise, you have reverb, chorus, delay, and tremolo. Their are footswitch jacks in the back for most of the effects, but as far as I can tell, there is no clean/dirty channel selection, which would have made more sense in the real world than the other switch-able effects.

[Because there is an clean/mic channel, perhaps it could be a/b with a switch-box.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Micky on January 6, 2009
When I first saw this amp, I thought, man, 5 watts ain't going to cut it. When I play on the street I use a 50 watt Crate Limo (a great amp, by the way). I couldn't understand why Roland would put out such an under powered product.
Now I understand. It is a LOUD little amp. I'm amazed. And it sounds so good. When I first got it, I plugged in a guitar and couldn't stop playing. The amp modeling and the effects are wonderful.

This amp is aimed at solo performers and street musicians, and would make a nice practice amp. This amp works well for the steet and small venues. If you're a typical loud, obnoxious guitar player, you might want to look elsewhere for a product that more suits your needs.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By muttonchops on November 15, 2011
This amp is one of the best pieces of gear I have invetsed in.

1. Portability: Thanks to this, all my live rig is in a small carry on flight bag. Amp, mics, stands, cables and all.
2. Battery: Get yourself 6 Sanyo rechargeable cells and they go a long way. if you're playing FULL volume the batteries will last say 2 hours. Otherwise on Moderate volume they'll last upto 10+ hours. If I'm only using this amp at home, I charge once a month.
3. Vocal sound: Will flatter most voices. I have sued this as a recording preamp as well for both vocals and guitar. Very good rich sound. The reverb and delay are good too. Roland quality.
4. Guitar sounds: VERY good. The crunchy has crunch the hi gain has gobs of distortion. The acoustic sim is one of the best out there. Impossible to distinguish from a real acoustic guitar on tape (after recording).
5. Loudness: It covers say about 40-50 people easily. Its loud enough for a solo performer. Obviously don't expect chest thumping bass. That cant happen with this.
6. Extensible: One of the things I love about this is that you can connect this to an existing sound system and do your thing. Its like having an effects processor, amp and mixer all in one unit.

Its very useful and versatile and I'll just list the different ways that I've used this:
1. Busking - With a Shure WH20XLR Dynamic Microphone - Cardioid this is just perfect. No stands no complications, just plug in and play.

2. With a full PA and DJ - Vocals and guitar go straight into the cube and the headphones out go into the DJ's XLR mic in. Gorgeous sound.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By T. Godfrey on March 14, 2010
I bought this amp for outdoor use and as highly portable rehearsal amp. I play jazz strictly through a clean channel, so I couldn't tell you about the other channels, but the clean channel sounds surprisingly good with my Heritage 575, especially considering the size of the amp. Reverb does the job, and it even does a pretty good job with a vocal mic. Just today I played on it all day at a wedding expo. The batteries lasted all day, and it was loud enough to cut through the general din of the expo. It's nice to have a good sound in a small, lightweight package.

The only quibble I have is that the handle is so tight that I have to really work to get my fingers under it. I noticed that another reviewer had this same problem, so I guess it's not just my particular amp. To fix the problem, I force a little block under the handle to train it into a usable shape.

Aside from the problem with the handle, this is a great little amp for outdoors or rehearsals.
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