Roland PM-10 Drum Amplifier (Discontinued)

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88 out of 100. Incorporating 125+ ratings and reviews.

Street Price: 

$300
Roland PM-10 Drum Amp

The Roland PM-10 Personal Monitor amp has been designed as a portable companion for the Roland V-Drums series but can also be used with other electronic drum sets.

Its design is an ideal fit for small sized drum kits. Although small in size compared to other drum amps, it provides powerful sounds because of its 10-inch woofer and 3-inch coaxial speakers. It also includes a drum module input jack along with a line input which can be used to connect to CD players or any other similar devices.

Specifications

  • Output Power:30 W
  • Number of Channels: 2
  • Inputs: 1 Drum set Input (Stereo 1/4"), 1 Line Input (Stereo 1/4")
  • Outputs: Not Specified
  • Speakers: 10 inch (250mm) Woofer + 3 inch (77mm) Tweeter (Coaxial, 2-way)
  • Tone Control:2-band EQ (Bass and Treble)
  • Frequency Response:Not specified
  • Size: 14-3/8" x 15-5/8" x 13-7/8"
  • Weight: 26lbs
  • Manufacturer Warranty: Not specified.

Pros

Many customers continued to give positive feedback for this amplifier. It provided a clear and good quality sound overall where some users were able to get a great balance of sound with the use of its bass and treble knobs. The volume controls were easily adjustable as well. Considering the size of the amplifier, it’s good enough to use in small settings or at home. It can be used more as a monitor or practice amplifier for your electronic drum set.

Cons

There were a few customers that mentioned that it was not loud enough for a group setting such as band performances. Some claimed the sound starts distorting when adjusted to a high volume.

Overall

If you can find one available and you don't need a lot of volume then it's a good choice. To see which drum amps we currently recommend, take a look at our guide to The Best Electronic Drum Amps.

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