PD PRM240 100V 5-Channel Mixer Amplifier

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PD PRM240 100V 5-Channel Mixer Amplifier
( DDA1431 )

( DDA1431 )

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2 Year Warranty & 60 Days ReturnsIncluded

Key Features

  • Master amplifier for use with PD PRM series of Slave Amps (Optional)
  • Bulk up your power of your speaker system
  • Overheat protection
  • Full specs in main description

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Product Description

The PRM series is a series rack-mountable amplifiers that can either be used as 100V amplifier or as a standard low-impedance amplifier. These amplifiers are equipped with Bluetooth receiver and USB/SD ports for MP3 playback including a bright LCD display with ID3 Tag.

All PRM amplifiers are also provided with a switchable XLR input with 24V Phantom Power especially for paging and condenser microphones. Especially designed for applications such as paging announcements intercommunications background music broadcasting in industrial plants etc.

  • 240W 100V 6-Channel mixer amplifier
  • 4-Zone or all-paging mode
  • MP3 Player with USB/SD slots
  • UsingBluetoothwireless technology for audio streaming
  • LCD control panel with ID3 tag
  • 2 x Mic/line inputs 6.3mm Jack 2 x RCA line inputs and 1x RCA line output
  • 2 x XLR microphone inputs with switchable phantom power (24V) and VOX priority
  • 100V or 8 Ohm speaker output
  • Bass and treble controls
  • 19 inch Rack mountable (2U)
  • Emergency operation by 24V battery (not supplied)
  • Protections: Overheat short circuit and power on delay
  • Emergency mute input
  • Including remote control
  • Output Power: RMS: 240W
  • Frequency Response: 50Hz - 18.000Hz
  • Power supply: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 432 x 88 x 340mm
  • Weight (kg): 9.6000
  • Accessories: Power Cable
  • MPN: 952.154
Customer Reviews
Product Questions
How do you activate bluetooth? I have tried selecting BT in mode function but nothing shows as found on any mobile device
The instructions with the unit ate poor to say the least
Question by: Neil Moore on 6 Aug 2020, 12:25
Once BT is selected from the options using the Mode button, this should then be in pairing mode to connect an audio device.
Answer by: Jamie Atkins on 7 Aug 2020, 09:34