RCF AM 1064 60W Mixer-Amplifier with 3 Audio Inputs

BH #RCAM1064 • MFR #AM1064
RCF AM 1064 60W Mixer-Amplifier with 3 Audio Inputs
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RCF AM 1064 60W Mixer-Amplifier with 3 Audio Inputs

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RCF AM 1064 Overview

The RCF AM 1064 60W Mixer-Amplifier has 4 audio inputs. The Mic/Line 1 with XLR audio input has phantom power supply and priority over the other audio inputs through either an external command or automatically, thanks to the VOX circuit, which detects the signal presence. Two adittional Mic/Line inputs with XLR connection, and a Line input with dual RCA connectors can be used to link unbalanced stereo sound sources such as CD/MP3 players, tuners, and others. The amplifier output is available either for low impedance loudspeakers (minimum 4 Ohms) or 100/70V constant voltage line (for loudspeakers having 100/70V transformers). The mixer-amplifier features front panel LEDs that indicate power status and the audio signal level.

RCF AM 1064 Specs

Amplifier TypeAnalog
Power Output60 W
Frequency ResponseMic: 60 Hz - 15 kHz
Line / AUX: 50 Hz - 15 kHz
Distortion< 1.5%
Audio Input (Mic In / Line In)1x Mic/Line with XLR connector, phantom power, priority by contact or VOX
2x Mic/Line with XLR connector
AUX InputDual RCA connector
Sensitivity: 200 mV (-12 dBu)
10 kOhms (unbalanced)
SensitivityMain: 1 V (+ 2 dBu)
Impedance10 kOhms (unbalanced)
Mic/Line InputSensitivity:
Mic: 1.5 mV (-54 dBu)
Line: 200 mV (-12 dBu)
Impedance: 600 Ohms (balanced)
Phantom Power> 18 VDC (maximum 20 mA) (input 1 only)
Pre-Out600 Ohms (unbalanced, 1 V + 2 dBm)
Speaker Output100 V (167 Ohms) / 70 V (83 Ohms) / 4 Ohms
LEDsBlue: Power on
Green: -20 dB signal
Orange: -9 dB signal
Red: 0 dB signal (peak)
Operating Temperature14 to 113°F (-10 to 45°C)
Power Consumption170 W
Dimensions (H x W x D)3.5 x 17.0 x 15.1" (88.0 x 431.0 x 385.0 mm)
Weight22 lb (10 Kg)
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