Described by Roland as being ‘fully optimisted for accurate audio reproduction,’ the BTM-1 provides users with a 1/4 inch input to plug any line instrument into the speaker, allowing them to play along to their favourite Spotify playlist within the confines of their bedroom. While it’d certainly be a bit of a stretch to mic up this little fella in the studio, Roland claim with the confidence that the BTM-1 features ‘advanced cabinet design and custom speakers,’ so hopefully this unit can put out some heat when it’s pushed.
The instrument channel of the BTM-1 offers standard Tone, Level and Gain controls, as well as an FX button to engage a delay function. There’s also a minijack stereo AUX input and a headphone socket for when you need to keep things hush, with the unit also offering six hours of battery life with USB charging functionality.
Hit up Roland Australia to find out more about grabbing the BTM-1 today.