Tascam TU-690 Stereo Tuner

Tascam TU-690 Stereo Tuner for Installations

Tascam TU-690 Stereo Tuner for Installations

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Tascam TU-690 Stereo Tuner

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Tascam's TU-690 AM/FM Stereo Tuner is a compact tuner that takes just two units of space in a rackmount installation. Direct access tuning allows you to enter station frequencies on either the front panel or the included wireless remote. 30 AM and 30 FM stations can be stored in the tuner's memory for easy recall, and accessed through the keypad. A timer can turn the tuner on and off at selected times. You can connect both AM and FM antennas with the 300- and 75-ohm connections.

This tuner takes just two rack units of space, leaving plenty of room for other components in your installation,
60 Station Presets
Store 30 AM stations and 30 FM stations for immediate recall.
Wireless Remote
Tune your radio remotely with the infrared remote control.
Direct Station Access
Use the keypad on the panel or the remote to enter the frequency of the station you want to listen to.
Set the radio to turn on and off at the times you choose.
In the Box
Tascam TU-690 Stereo Tuner for Installations
  • AM Loop Antenna
  • FM T-Type Antenna
  • 300-75 Ohm Transformer
  • Remote Control (RC-960)
  • Table of Contents
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    Type AM/FM
    Frequency Range AM: 530-1720 KHz (10 KHz steps)
    FM: 87.5-108.0 MHz (100 KHz Steps)
    Signal to Noise Ratio AM: 45 dB @ 85dBm
    FM: 72 dB Mono, 70 dB Stereo
    Power Rating Not Specified By Manufacturer
    Presets 30 AM, 30 FM (60 total)
    Connectors Stereo RCA Outputs (x2), 75 Ohm and 300 Ohm AM Antenna (1x each)
    Power Requirements 120/230 V AC, 50/60 Hz (selectable with switch on rear panel)
    Consumption: 8 W
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 17.1 x 4.0 x 10.6" (435 x 102 x 270mm)
    Weight 7.9 lbs (3.6 kg)
    Warranty One Year Parts and Labor
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.5 x 21.1 x 7.7"
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