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The Atlas Sound TSD-TXHL High/Low Level Converter is a high to low level converter designed to
interface with 4Ω/25/70/100V distributed speaker lines. An unbalanced
line level output is provided to drive remote amplifiers or other devices.
The TSD-TXHL allows for expansion of zones without the need for
dedicated wiring to remote locations. The high to low-level converter
features an isolated transformer, which will not add measurable load to
the speaker line. An output level control allows for trim adjustment to
best match the remote amplifier (or other device) input sensitivity. The
TSD-TXHL will work in conjunction with Atlas Sound's CP and PA
Add a Zone Anywhere a Speaker System Exists
Speaker Level to Line Level Conversion
Works with 4Ω/25/70/100V Speaker Systems
Variable Output Level
Trim Level Control
Cable Management System
Multiple Mounting Configurations
Wide Bandwidth Frequency Response
Separate Ground Connections
Removable I/O Connectors
No External Power Required
Compact Chassis Design
In the Box
Atlas Sound TSD-TXHL High/Low Level Converter
Set of Hook and Loop Fasteners
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
1x Removable 2 position captive screw 1/8" (3.5 mm) high level input with 4 or 8 Ω, 25, 70, 100 V amplifier speaker outputs
1x Unbalanced removable 2 position captive screw 1/8" (3.5 mm) spacing line output Impedance: 600 Ω, unbalanced Line Output Level: Maximum Output 1 V ±10%
1x Level control with removable knob with security cover Input Level Adjustment: 4 Ω to 25 V, 70 V, 100 V
Transformer: Isolation step down Frequency Response: 40 Hz to 25 kHz (-3 dB)