The Rills RA62c is a six-channel headphone/earphone amplifier for professional audio monitoring. A variety of input options are available including 1/4", RCA, and balanced XLR. Since the MONO/STEREO switch is after the pan control, it will mix 2 MONO signals and their balance can be adjusted with the pan control. With the addition of rear panel Dir... Click To Read More About This Product
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The Rills RA62c is a six-channel headphone/earphone amplifier for professional audio monitoring. A variety of input options are available including 1/4", RCA, and balanced XLR. Since the MONO/STEREO switch is after the pan control, it will mix 2 MONO signals and their balance can be adjusted with the pan control. With the addition of rear panel Direct Input connectors, each channel may mix a second stereo signal.
Six Channels of clean, quiet headphone/earphone amplification
Individual Direct Inputs to mix separate stereo signal with Main Input signals
1/4" and 3.5mm Headphone/Earphone Outputs
LED Clip indication
Input Impedance: 10K Ohms unbalanced
Max Input Level: +18 dBV
Input Connectors: 1/4" TRS stereo, R & L bal. / unbal. 1/4" RCA, R & L balanced XLR 6: 1/4" TRS Direct Input jacks
Outputs: 12: 1/4" TRS Stereo jacks, 6: 1/8" (3.5 mm) TRS Stereo jacks
Max Gain: 20 dB/Channel
Max Output Power: up to 300 mW/side, 600 mW/Channel (@ 16 Ohms )
Frequency Response: DC - 30 kHz
S/N Ratio: 90 dB
Phase Shift (In to Out): 0 deg.
Slew Rate: 25 V per microsecond Second
Crosstalk: - 65 dB
Power: 12 VAC (Rolls Model PS12)
Weight: 7 lbs (3KG)
Size: 19" x 1.75" x 6.5" (48cm x 4.5cm x 17cm)
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Comments about Rolls RA62c 6 Channel Headphone Amp:
Yea, another one of those products you had high hopes for. It does do what it said it would and does it pretty good however, it does have a slight hum-buss in the background on one channel. ( Thats more annoying than both channels ). Trouble shooting it got me to where I just plugged it in and nothing hooked up and sitting alone no grounded connections, Buzzes again one channel. It managed to get the unit wo work where the input was much higher than the buzz and not distort. All worked ok from there but knowing that I have this limitation on use, puts this unit in my secondary use items. So, I kept it. The volume is quite loud and does not break up at high levels. It also does have a great high fidelity sound. If it lacked in that, It was going back. Just wanted you readers to know and hope you have better luck than I did.
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