Carvin Debuts The K15 Keyboard Amplifier

July 24, 2006

The K15's exceptional sound quality comes from a transducer compliment coupled with an equally proficient power source. This self-contained keyboard system incorporates a heavy-duty 15-inch low frequency transducer mated with a Titanium driver. The K15's enclosure features Carvin's popular tilt-back design that places the sound right where it's wanted, and the entire enclosure is protected by a rugged Duratuff™ covering with steel side handles and a perforated steel grill to protect the drivers.

Powering the system is a robust 100 watt amplifier designed to handle a wide range of keyboard applications. The exceptional K15 features four channels (two stereo or dual mono), with quarter-inch inputs, one mono quarter-inch input, and one XLR/quarter-inch "Combo" input. The K15's input architecture provides ample room for several keyboards, sound modules, drum machines, and a vocal mic—all in one very easy to use, highly transportable configuration.

For additional sound contouring flexibility, the new K15's Channel 3 includes an Instrument/Line button plus a tone control with a Mid shift button, while channel 4 offers a full 3-band EQ. Additionally, the K15 features a master 5-band Graphic EQ that makes fine tuning the main output a snap, and there's also an effects loop for incorporating one's own signal processing. With Line Out and Speaker jacks available on the K15's rear panel, keyboard players have a comprehensive, compact keyboard system.

For more information, visit their web site at www.carvin.com.

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