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Adastra Rm406 Mixer Amplifier 100v 6 X 40w + Usb Sd Fm Bluetooth

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Adastra Rm406 Mixer Amplifier 100v 6 X 40w + Usb Sd Fm Bluetooth
Excl. Vat: £332.01 Incl. Vat: £398.41

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RM406 Mixer-Amp 100V 6 x 40W + USB/SD/FM/BT 953.160UK by adastra



Adastra Rm406 - Rm406 Mixer-amp 100v 6 X 40w + Usb/sd/fm/bt

Zone mixer-amplifier with 6 x 40W class D power section for 100V or 4/8 Ohms speakers. Each zone can be monitored from the front panel via a headphone output with volume control. 3 mic/line inputs, 1 aux input and an integral USB/SD/FM player with Bluetooth receiver can be matrix switched to any of the 6 zones independently. Mic 1 channel has a variable override and each microphone input has switchable phantom power. A master chime with volume can be used for paging calls and alerts. Designed for multi-room systems requiring different audio sources.


Integral USB/SD/FM audio player
Internal Bluetooth receiver
100V or 4/8 Ohms operation
6 independent output zones
3 mic/line and 1 auxiliary input
Mic priority and chime functions
Switchable +20V phantom power
24V mute contacts
Monitor headphones output

Technical Specifications

Power supply : 170-264Vac, 50Hz (IEC)
Power output : 6 x 40W rms
Audio source : USB/SD/FM/BT audio player
Amplifier : construction : Class D + transformer outputs
Inputs : 3 x mic/line (XLR/jack), auxiliary 2 x RCA
Zone outputs: line : 6 x RCA (mono)
Zone outputs: speaker : 6 x terminal outputs 100V / 8 Ohms / 4 Ohms / Com
Phantom power : +20V switchable to each XLR
Monitor outputs : 6.3mm stereo phones, 2 x RCA line
Mute : +24V relay contacts
THD : <0.76% @ 1kHz
Input impedance : 1k Ohms (mic/line)
Input sensitivity : -11dB (line), -46dB (mic)
SNR : 84dB (line), 82dB (mic)
Bluetooth version : 2.0
Frequency response : 100Hz - 24kHz
Dimensions : 433 x 89 x 403mm
Weight : 11kg

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU 953.160UK
Barcode 5015972211106
Manufacturer Adastra
Manfacturer Code RM406
Series No

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