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Roland BA-330 PA System, Black

4.5 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews
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  • All-in-one portable digital PA system suitable for use anywhere with powerful high-quality stereo sound for audiences of up to 80 people
  • No setup required, just plug in and go! Powered by AC power or eight AA batteries.
  • Four custom-designed 6.5" speakers and two tweeters for wide stereo projection with built-in effects: EQ, reverb, delay, and wide (on/off per channel)
  • Four-channel configuration: two channels for mic/instruments plus two channels for stereo inputs, Stereo Aux input with dedicated volume-control knob
  • Advanced Intelligent Anti-Feedback function
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Product Description

Portable Stereo Digital PA System. Whether battery powered or plugged in, the BA-330 delivers high-performance sound that defies its size. Its digital stereo amplifier drives four 6.5" stereo speakers and two tweeters, positioned for wide stereo projection. It's the ideal, all-in-one portable PA solution for small music venues, worship events, conferences, seminars, business meetings and much more.

Product Information

Item Weight 42 pounds
Product Dimensions 26 x 18 x 18 inches
Shipping Weight 41.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic 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.
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ASIN B002UXFV40
Item model number BA-330
Batteries 8 AA batteries required.
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4.5 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #21,526 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#121 in Musical Instruments > Live Sound & Stage > PA Systems
#7,164 in Musical Instruments > Recording Equipment
Date first available at Amazon.com October 30, 2009

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By P. J. ANDERSON on October 3, 2010
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I'm a professional musician from way back and have gone through probably five or six incarnations of PA's for playing gigs at various venues. Mixers, amps, speakers, both powered and not, even battery-powered speakers for the occasional outdoor gig where there's no plug for power. I play guitar and piano, and my wife and I both sing. We have some small speakers for small-area gigs, but always have to run our mikes through a small mixer to get some effects on our voices. I've always done the sound myself, but occasionally my wife does a gig without me, say with a piano and bass player, and she's expected to bring her own PA for sound.

So we needed something simple. This Roland is simplicity itself. I mean, you plug your mike cord into the Roland input, switch on the built-in effects, and start singing. If I'm playing with her, I can put my own mike into it, plus my guitar and piano. It's as simple as that.

Granted, the effects are not complicated. I'd say it's pretty much straight-ahead reverb, but the difference between "dry" and effects-treated vocals is night and day. The sound is very nice, and powerful. It's got tremendous volume and clarity. They've packed four speakers into the one unit. It's absolutely perfect for a coffeehouse, truly and honestly. It's so simple and good that I'm very excited and enthusiastic to write a review for it.

I still have my Bose tower getup for larger gigs/venues, but I sold off everything else we had. It's either large or small, and I have the perfect thing for both. I can't recommend this unit enough. Feel confident that if you buy this, you're going to be very happy.
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I am a professional DJ that specializes in weddings, especially outdoor weddings, in Montana and Wyoming. I have had numerous wedding ceremonies where the couple will request music played while people are being seated, an electric keyboard to be able to plug into, a wireless headset for their minister, and a handheld wireless for special readings or a vocalist. The biggest problem has always been power. I've done weddings where I've run 500 feet of extension cords from the reception hall and ones where I ran a generator several hundred feet away and ran extension cords out in the middle of nowhere. What a hassle! I don't have time to run miles of cable. I need to clean up in about ten minutes and try to beat everyone to the reception.

I started looking around for options. Many DJs choose to get a battery pack system so they can use their current equipment. This just sounded bulky to me, as I have 15" powered QSC speakers and not-so-portable mixers. So when I ran across this I was stoked. It runs on AA batteries or rechargeable. I personally love using AA then being able to just replace them. I have weekends where I'm performing back to back nights, with no time to worry about remembering to charge the batteries in between. A pack of AAs and forget about it.

This thing has made my ceremonies a breeze. I walk up to the ceremony, WALK! I don't need a big cart with a load of equipment in an elegant wedding setting. With this speaker, a small bag of wireless goodies, and a pack of AAs, I could run ceremonies for hours (although it seems like none ever run over 15 minutes these days). The mixer on the back is a life saver.

The Roland BA-330 is PERFECT for my needs. I've lent it out several times as well.
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Volume: My reference for subjective for real-world "loudness" is basically a hard-hitting live drumkit (around 120dB peak, deep into earplugs/hearing-damage territory). As a guitar or keyboard amplifier in a rehearsal-space scenario with a real, hard-hitting drummer, you are getting "audible" from this, not necessarily "loud and clear". Note that there is not a lot of headroom at this volume, and it's not going to cut it as a bass-guitar amp (or rather, you need to get it cranked and distorted to work that way), But a saturated electric guitar or organ sound will cut right through a practice-room band playing at ear-splitting volume. As a vocal amp, you would probably want two, unless you are going to compress and process your vocals beforehand.

Overall: This is a legit PA system that can run off batteries and that weighs around 30 lbs. It has better sound quality and comparable volume to the older Yamaha Stagepass 200. But when you couple the competent PA volume and battery-power, with excellent sound-quality and feature-set, onboard mixing, decent effects, and all-in-one, suitcase-weight convenience, it's a no-brainer for an ultra-portable PA.

Some negatives are:

- lack of master headphone output (would be useful for sound-check)
- Would be a perfect candidate for wheels and a pull-handle
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This unit is great for what it can do. Has tone, a high and low equalizer and reverb knobs. Its great "all-in-one". However, i'm frustrated because at times there is some vocal distortion. I have messed with all the knobs, volume, master volume etc...and have a hard time finding the perfect balance and controlling the distortion at the same time. At first I thought one of the speakers was blown. But my musicians keep telling me to keep messing with it and I'll find the perfect settings. As a singer, it does make me sound excellent. But I'm hoping the problems with the distortion here and there will get worked out. For the first 3 songs on my last gig, it was really bad and my whole experience was ruined. It affected my confidence and made me look like an amatuer. I was able to improve it some what but its still not perfect. My Berenger speaker had no issues at all however I needed an additional reverb unit and it wasn't as powerful. I like that with the Roland I can play an ipod through it for background music when we're on break. Also, run backing tracks through it if I want. Another negative was running the vocal and piano or bass at the same time. You cannot equalize the instruments separately, only the tone. So the highs and lows on the vocal might be perfect but those settings may not be right for the instruments. No way to control that. Have not tried it with guitar yet. I will keep trying to fine tune it for my vocals anyway.
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