Rolls RA102 10-Channel Expandable Headphone Amplifier

ITEM #: RA102 MFG #: RA102

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    RA102 - Overview

    The Rolls RA102 is a 10 channel headphone amplifier that can be ganged together for as many channels as desired. It has 1/8" stereo outputs on the front and 1/4" outs on the rear for installations all in a 1U space.

    Please note!: The minimum headphone impedance for the RA102 is 8ohms. The maximum headphone impedance is 1000ohms. If you connect and use the RA102 with a lower headphone impedance than listed above, you will damage the unit and possibly other equipment that is connected to it.

    Plugging a mono 1/4" or 1/8" TS plug into the Headphone Outputs on the front or rear of the RA102 will cause permanent damage to the unit because one side would be shorted to ground. NEVER plug a mono plug into any of the headphone outputs, as it will permantly damage the unit.

    • Features:

      • 1U Chassis to maximize your rack space
      • Strain releif for AC adapter
      • Both bal XLR and unbal RCA inputs
      • Suitable for very wide range of headphones
      • Join in and join out jacks for expanding to all the channels you want
    • Specifications:

      • Input Impedance: 10K Ohms unbalanced Max Input Level: +18 dBV
      • Input Connectors: RCA, R & L balanced XLR
      • Outputs: 10: 1/4" TRS Stereo jacks; 10: 1/8" (3.5 mm) TRS Stereo jacks
      • Max Gain: 20 dB/Channel
      • Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 30 kHz
      • S/N Ratio: 90 dB
      • THD: <.008%
      • IMD: <.008%
      • Phase Shift (In to Out): 0 deg.
      • Slew Rate: 2 V per microsecond
      • Crosstalk: - 65 dB
      • Power Rolls Model PS15 or PS12
      • Weight: 7 lbs (3KG)
      • Size: 19" x 1.75" x 3.125" (48cm x 4.5cm x 17cm)
      • Headphone impedance: 8 Ohms to 1000 Ohms
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