5 x 60W 100V Line Slave Amplifier

953.151UK RS605

5-zone amplifier providing up to 60W output per channel with a choice of either 100V or low impedance outputs. Input section has 5 channels with individual volume controls which can be routed to ea...

  • Up to 300Wrms total output
  • 100V line or 8 Ohms output options
  • Individual gain controls on rear panel
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953.151UK
RS605 5 x 60W slave amplifier
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5 x 60W 100V Line Slave Amplifier

5-zone amplifier providing up to 60W output per channel with a choice of either 100V or low impedance outputs. Input section has 5 channels with individual volume controls which can be routed to each individual output or alternatively mixed and fed to all outputs simultaneously. A truly versatile multi-zone solution.

  • Up to 300Wrms total output
  • 100V line or 8 Ohms output options
  • Individual gain controls on rear panel
  • Switchable 5 independent amps or 5 channel mixer-amp with 5 outputs
  • 2U rack mountable

Specification

  • Power supply 110/230Vac, 50/60Hz
  • Fuse T5A (250V)
  • Power : output 300Wrms (5 x 60W, all channels driven)
  • Output connections 5 x modular terminals (COM/8 Ohms/100V)
  • Input connections 5 x paired RCA line
  • Line input : sensitivity -10dBV
  • Frequency response 100Hz-20kHz
  • THD 1.0%
  • S/N ratio 90dB
  • Controls 5 x volume, 5 x gain (rear), mode switch
  • Dimensions 482 x 89 x 420mm
  • Weight 14kg

Trade information

  953.151UK
Barcode / EAN 5015972151020
Package type Box Printed
Package dimensions 535 x 470 x 140mm
Package weight 12.00kg
Package quantity 1 unit
Carton dimensions 555 x 488 x 163mm
Carton weight 12.00kg
Carton quantity 1 package

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