Monoprice Commercial Audio 60W 3ch 100/70V Mixer Amp (No Logo)
Product # 18800
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|Rated Power Output||60 watts|
|Speaker Outputs||4-ohm, 8-ohm, 70-volt, and 100-volt|
3x 1/4" unbalanced microphone
1x 1/4" unbalanced auxiliary
1x RCA unbalanced auxiliary
|Microphone Input Sensitivity||5mV|
|Auxiliary Input Sensitivity||350mV|
|Frequency Response||80 Hz ~ 16 kHz (-3dB)|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||≥ 75dB|
|Total Harmonic Distortion||≤ 1%|
|Bass Tone Control||± 10dB at 100 Hz|
|Treble Tone Control||± 10dB at 10kHz|
|Priority Function||MIC 1 has priority|
|Protect Circuits||High temperature, overload, short circuit|
|Input Power||120 VAC, 50/60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||80 watts|
|Dimensions||11.2" x 7.4" x 2.6" (284 x 188 x 67 mm)|
|Weight||7.7 lbs. (3.5 kg)|
Questions and Answers
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Can you plug audio into Mic 1, for example audio out of a radio using 2.5mm to 1/4 cable. OR would that not work. Does it have to be a microphone?
BEST ANSWER: It technically will work. It is a Mic Level input which may distort the sound if a line level signal is plugged in to it. It will not hurt anything it just may not sound good. If your source has its own volume control you will need adjust it to a level that matches the input of MIC 1.
What do the ports NC - NC do on the back of this device?
BEST ANSWER: No Current. Not used.