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45 Watt Stereo Mixer/Amplifier Plenum Rated


Product Features

Provides crisp audio in a compact design with HummBuster™ technology
• 45 watt amplification
• Plenum rated
• Integrated Hummbuster to filter out hum caused by a ground loop
• One 3.5mm and One RCA Stereo Audio input

Product Description

Audio amplifiers are required in commercial and educational environments to boost line level audio from laptops, DVD players or other electronics to drive speakers that evenly disperse sound throughout the room. This plenum-rated 45 Watt stereo amplifier provides excellent performance and produces crisp, clear audio. Its unique heat-sink design provides effective heat dissipation which allows it to be used in areas of high temperature and low air flow such as plenum boxes. Integrated Hummbuster technology allows the amplifier to filter hums and ground loop issues that can compromise sound quality and have traditionally plagued audio systems. Power and performance combine in this device to ensure quality performance while staying on budget.

Input: Two RCA Female, One 3.5mm Stereo Female
Output: Four Phoenix
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Product Specifications

Color : Black
UPC : 757120405733
Warranty : 1 Year
Vendor : C2G
Weight : 2.548 LB
• 45 Watts RMS output at 4 Ohm
• Frequency Response: 20 Hz ~ 20 kHz
• Power Supply: 18 V @ 3.5 A
• Operating Temperature: -40°F to 190°F
• Input 100 ~ 240 VAC

Package Contents

• 60 Watt power supply
• Universal power cord
• 2 wire nuts
• Detachable terminal blocks
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  • 45 Watt Stereo Mixer/Amplifier Plenum Rated


    Can this be summed to mono? For classroom use with ceiling speakers, stereo is a hindrance.

    Asked on 3/5/2015 by Anonymous

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      Yes, I would suggest using a Stereo to Mono adapter.

      Answered on 3/9/2015 by Tom from C2G
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