Excerpt: We use the CM-30 as sound reinforcement in smaller spaces for microphones, MP3s and laptops. It's a great portable companion for a projector, making a complete presentation set. We also pair them to create a portable sound system which can have discrete left and right channels, if needed.
Excerpt: The speakers are strong enough to handle light vocals, keyboards and a drum machine/bass mix. I use two units to take advantage of the stereo functionality this allows. The portability is great. I have a 130 Watt-Hour battery that can run both units for 2+ hours so I can take them anywhere.
Pros: Easy To Use, Excellent Sound, Flexible, Good Warmth, Portable
Excerpt: Well made Lots of input options Excellent portability Excellent sound from a small unit I am using this to provide sound from a DVD/VGA projector for presentations to a small group. Internal speakers don't cut it but this unit does. It provide the added flexability of adding a Mic. and other inputs.
Summary: Got this as an alternative to my much larger Roland amp. The CM-30 has surprising tone, great controls. Love the built-in handle. This is my second one - would recommend to anyone wanting decent, inexpensive highly portable sound for either guitar or keyboard.
Summary: I use a Roland CM-30 Cube as my personal keyboard monitor within my multiple keyboard rig. The clarity and proximity of the monitor allows me to better hear my keyboard mix, the volume of each keyboard relative to the others, which helps me provide perfectly layered sounds.
Summary: I bought two of these for my pair of Roland CM30s. I previously had them mounted on a pair of cheap and cheerful mic stands which were doing the job, but weren't especially stable and didn't look like they were going to last for much longer. These new Roland stands work a treat.
Summary: Bought a pair of these for use as stereo foldback for a keyboard rig. Mounted on mic stands they have worked well, providing a surprisingly loud and clear sound from such a small enclosure. Bass is naturally weaker than from its big brothers but this has not been a problem.