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Kustom PA KPM10 50W 10" 2-Way Powered Monitor
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Small, loud powered wedge.

Kustom's KPM10 powered wedge monitor combines quality performance and convenient features, all in a highly portable package. You’ll find that the KP210 works well in a variety of environments, amplifying vocals, instruments, keyboards, drum machines, audio devices and more.

Features include a 50W power amp, one 10" speaker, a piezo driver, XLR and 1/4" inputs, a grill cover and a rugged carry handle. Its wedge shape makes it ideal for use as a stage monitor. A thru jack allows you to daisy-chain multiple monitors together, and an onboard volume control lets you achieve maximum volume without feedback.

Kustom PA KPM10 50W 10" 2-Way Powered Monitor Features:

  • Full range response
    Wedge shape
    Rugged grill
    Comfortable handle

Kustom PA KPM10 50W 10" 2-Way Powered Monitor Specifications:

  • Output Power: 50W RMS 8 Ohm load
    Jack configuration: XLR Balanced Mic level input
    THRU Passes thru signal on MIC input XLR jack
    Line Out 1/4" Balanced Line level input
    Frequency Response: 150HZ-20kHz at rated SPL
    Nominal Impedance: 8 Ohms
    Dimensions (W x H x D): 14" x 30.7" x 9.5"
    Weight: 36.4lb

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  • Perfect Home Studio Monitor

    As reviewed by David Inman on 10/25/2013

    This is an out of the box review. I just got home from GuitarCenter and unboxed them and plugged them in. I'm using them for my Yamaha PSR -S950 keyboard. The onboard twin 15w amps just aren't enough to bring out the beautiful tones of the keyboard. I looked at several possibilities but talking with the GC associates I came to the conclusion I really needed two seperate powered amps to get the stereo seperation the Yamaha needs to be fully appreciated. Plugged them in and they sound great. They have more than enough output power for my home studio so I'd imagine they'd do well in any smaller setting such as church or local open mike bar...I have the monitors set at about 3/4 and the Yamaha at 1/2 so there's still plenty of ways to go if I feel like going over the top. There's no hum and the sounds are crisp and well defined. I'd recommend a pair of these to anyone looking to achieve the same effect with their keyboard.

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  • Not a bad little monitor

    As reviewed by William Zielinski on 9/28/2012

    It is what it is: a relatively inexpensive low-power monitor that seems to do the job as long as you don't need oodles of volume, which I generally don't. The features are basic but fine for the intended purpose: XLR and 1/4" inputs with a thru output, and a volume knob; no EQ. Seems to be solid and reasonably well-built. I've owned an older model for a couple years and it's served me well so I just ordered one of these newer models, which is only cosmetically different as far as I can tell. If they were slightly more expensive I might look at something else, but for the price they're a good deal.

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  • Great for Acoustic shows.

    As reviewed by Benjamin on 7/24/2014

    The church I play with has two of the passive (unpowered) versions of these that we use for acoustic sets. We use IEM's for full band sets because these just don't have the power to keep up with the stage volume of a full band. So when I started doing acoustic sets around town, it was impractical to use my IEM rig, so I bought one of these. It serves its purpose very well. It gets plenty loud for small bars/clubs where I have a few acoustic instruments (acoustic guitars, piano, percussion, vocals) and the fact that it's powered means I don't have to worry about amp matching. It sound good. Not amazing, but for $120, you can't beat the sound you get. It's built okay, and I expect it will last awhile for me since I take really good care of all my gear. If you're throwing it in and out of trucks, don't expect it to last long.

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