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Roland Cube amp vs Orange PPC108 amp?!

 
Great white
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11/10/2012 09:14 PM
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Roland Cube amp vs Orange PPC108 amp?!
The Roland is 15w (should be loud enough) and has the ability to adjust treble/bass.

The orange amp as far as I can tell has no dials for bass/treble.

The orange amp is smaller and cheaper.

Anyone got either?

It is to run an mp3 player through, not a guitar.



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IssueX

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11/10/2012 09:17 PM
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Re: Roland Cube amp vs Orange PPC108 amp?!
The Roland is 15w (should be loud enough) and has the ability to adjust treble/bass.

The orange amp as far as I can tell has no dials for bass/treble.

The orange amp is smaller and cheaper.

Anyone got either?

It is to run an mp3 player through, not a guitar.



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 Quoting: Great white 23801507


The roland is a great amp, good sound

Also look at the Fender G-Dec 15 watt modeling amp

I have both the cube and the fender...I like the Cube a little more for any kind of live playing, the fender for practice with a headphone or recording

ymmv
Great white (OP)
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11/10/2012 09:31 PM
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Re: Roland Cube amp vs Orange PPC108 amp?!
The roland is a great amp, good sound

Also look at the Fender G-Dec 15 watt modeling amp

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Good to know.

Fender is about $100 more expensive with postage.

cheers.
ttown
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11/10/2012 09:35 PM
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Re: Roland Cube amp vs Orange PPC108 amp?!
Roland makes good natural sounding apps, that cube 15 would work fine for solo play in a small apt, otherwise get something with more power
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11/10/2012 09:42 PM
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Re: Roland Cube amp vs Orange PPC108 amp?!
No guitar amp will be right for playing mp3's through. Typically amps are voiced for the instrument to be played through it...

Why dont you just buy a powered computer subwoofer system instead? It will be voiced for a wider frequency range than a guitar amp.

Conversely...if you are determined to use something not suited for its application then get a cheap powered p.a. speaker [monitor] it will work as the amp would but have a bit wider frequency range more suited to playing mp3s...

just a thought
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11/10/2012 09:45 PM
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Re: Roland Cube amp vs Orange PPC108 amp?!
The Roland is 15w (should be loud enough) and has the ability to adjust treble/bass.

The orange amp as far as I can tell has no dials for bass/treble.

The orange amp is smaller and cheaper.

Anyone got either?

It is to run an mp3 player through, not a guitar.



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 Quoting: Great white 23801507


You posted this same crap yesterday OP.

...and everyone told you not to use a guitar amp for an MP3 player because it sounds like crap.

SO....since you posted this AGAIN new question comes to mind

...are you retarded???


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Great white (OP)
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11/10/2012 10:24 PM
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Re: Roland Cube amp vs Orange PPC108 amp?!
You posted this same crap yesterday OP.

...and everyone told you not to use a guitar amp for an MP3 player because it sounds like crap.

SO....since you posted this AGAIN new question comes to mind

...are you retarded???

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7702124


I guess everyone who posts about religion, the Government, or pretty much everything else that should be common knowledge by now, is retarded then.

Retards!

Diff amps, and I already know that guitar amps sound fine when having mp3 players run through them.

After info on the quality of the amps, not your opinions on how it would sound in an environment that you have no knowledge of.
Great white (OP)
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11/10/2012 10:26 PM
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Re: Roland Cube amp vs Orange PPC108 amp?!
cheap powered p.a. speaker [monitor]
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Will look into these and see how cheap they are.

Typically they are a lot bigger than these amps.

We cart enough gear around already, so smaller is better.

And in a noisy environment, these amps sound fine when having mp3 players run through them.
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11/10/2012 10:31 PM
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Re: Roland Cube amp vs Orange PPC108 amp?!
This is cheap, but bigger.

Two way speakers.

No bass adjustment, only treble.

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11/10/2012 10:32 PM
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Re: Roland Cube amp vs Orange PPC108 amp?!
Damn!
rockon
It's
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"when
in
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go
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Roland,
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is!
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But,
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Roland Mobile Cube Battery-Powered Stereo Guitar Combo Amp

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The all-purpose portable amp.
The Roland Mobile Cube is a battery-powered stereo guitar combo amplifier that plugs you into instant audio entertainment. Small and mighty, the stereo Mobile Cube amp can handle all types of electronic instruments and audio devices, and can be used anywhere, anytime. Connect microphones, electric and acoustic guitars, keyboards, drum machines, MP3 players, you name it, and jam for up to 15 hours.

Small Size, Big Sound

At just 11-1/16" (W) x 4-1/4" (D) x 7" (H), no larger than a briefcase, Mobile Cube is a traveler's dream. Battery-powered, it can be operated anywhere -- just plug in, turn on, and jam. Two high-performance speakers provide stereo sound that defies Mobile Cube's physical size.

Built-In Stereo Effects

Equipped with Roland's legendary FX engine, Mobile Cube offers high-quality stereo reverb and chorus effects. Sweeten your vocals, add fire to your guitar tone, or immerse your mixes in a rich stereo sound field. Center Cancel is also provided for minimizing vocals in pre-recorded music -- great for karaoke and play-along performance.

All Instruments Welcome

Thanks to its variety of inputs, Mobile Cube accommodates microphones, keyboards, acoustic guitars, electric guitars, MP3 players, and more. No other instrument amplifier of this size has a stereo input port. Use it as a practice amp at home, while traveling, indoors or out. Mobile Cube is an amplifier that is great for parties, karaoke, and vocal lessons. Connect your Roland Mobile Cube amp to a mic stand for use as a monitor speaker or micro PA.
Features
Battery-powered amplifier for anyone, anywhere, anytime
5W (2.5W + 2.5W) stereo power with two high-performance 10cm (4") speakers
Inputs for microphone, stereo-instrument, and stereo AUX; headphone output
Center Cancel function for karaoke
Built-in stereo reverb/chorus, distortion and more
Dedicated strap included for easy carry around.

Specs

Mobile Cube Battery-Powered Stereo Guitar Combo Amp Specifications:
Rated Power Output: 2.5 W + 2.5 W
Nominal Input Level (1 kHz): MIC Channel: -50dBu, KEYBOARD/INSTRUMENT/GUITAR Channel: -10 dBu, AUX IN: -10 dBu
Speakers: 10 cm (4 inches) x 2
Controls: POWER Switch, TONE Knob, DELAY/REVERB Knob, MIC Channel: VOLUME Knob, KEYBORAD/INSTRUMENT/GUITAR Channel: TYPE Switch, VOLUME Knob, CHORUS Switch, AUX: CENTER CANCEL Switch
Indicator: POWER
Connectors: MIC Channel: Input Jacks (1/4" phone type), KEYBOARD/INSTRUMENT/GUITAR Channel: Input Jack L/MONO, GUITAR (1/4" phone type), Input Jack R (1/4" phone type), AUX IN Jacks (Stereo miniature phone type, RCA phono type), PHONES Jack (Stereo miniature phone type), AC Adaptor Jack
Power Supply: DC 9 V, Dry Battery (LR6 (AA) type) x 6 or AC Adaptor (optional)
Current Draw: 175 mA
Accessories: Strap, Dry Battery (LR6 (AA) type) x 6, Owner's Manual
Options: AC Adaptor (PSB-120/PSB-230EU/PSB-230UK/PSB-240A)
Size and Weight
Width: 280 mm (11-1/16 inches)
Depth: 108 mm, (4-1/4 inches)
Height: 177 mm (7 inches)
Weight: 2.5 kg (5 lb. 9 oz.)
*including battery
*0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms

or

Orange Amplifiers Micro Crush PiX Series CR6S Stereo Guitar Combo Amp Orange

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Nothing micro about its big stereo sound!
The CR6S Stereo Micro Crush PiX guitar practice amp builds on the reputation of the massively successful Micro Crush model first launched in 2006. The highly portable, battery-operated (2 x 9v batteries) CR6S compact amp has two 4" speakers for full stereo sound, plus line-out and aux-in sockets.

The CR6S includes a 2.5mm stereo jack socket to plug in your iPod/MP3 player with an auxiliary control to adjust the volume, Gain and Tone controls, and a built-in tuner. An 18-volt power supply is available to buy separately.
Features
6W
2 - 4" speakers
Battery-operated
Line out
Aux in
18V power supply sold separately

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iStarbug

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And pray that there's intelligent life somewhere up in space,
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Great white (OP)
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11/10/2012 10:40 PM
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Re: Roland Cube amp vs Orange PPC108 amp?!
Thanks for the info guy above me.

Roland sound like the go.

hf