Toa Electronics A-5006 - 5000 Series Digital Mixer Amplifier (60W)

BH #TOA50063CUD0 • MFR #A-5006 3CUD00
Toa Electronics
Toa Electronics A-5006 - 5000 Series Digital Mixer Amplifier (60W)
Key Features
  • Half-Rack Space
  • 60W Amplifier
  • Compatible with 70V and 100V
  • Two Mic/Line Inputs with Mute
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The A-5006 - 5000 Series Digital Mixer Amplifier from TOA Electronics is a flexible mixer/amplifier system with precision digital signal processing (DSP) designed for small to medium restaurants and retail establishments. The A-5006 offers the ability to control your music the way you want and features an intuitive GUI software for sound optimization including a 5-band parametric EQ for each input and output, a remote master volume control, mute functions (Mic 1 Priority: Manual Mute), and a compressor for input 1 and 2.
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$439.00
$74/mo. suggested payments.*
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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
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Toa Electronics A-5006 Overview

The A-5006 - 5000 Series Digital Mixer Amplifier from TOA Electronics is a flexible mixer/amplifier system with precision digital signal processing (DSP) designed for small to medium restaurants and retail establishments. The A-5006 offers the ability to control your music the way you want and features an intuitive GUI software for sound optimization including a 5-band parametric EQ for each input and output, a remote master volume control, mute functions (Mic 1 Priority: Manual Mute), and a compressor for input 1 and 2.

The 60W amplifier is designed to power a 4-Ohm speaker but is also compatible with 70V and 100V systems. The A-5006 ships with a software CD, a large removable terminal plug, two small-type removable terminal plugs, six bracket mounting screws & washers, and a power cord.

  • 1 RU, half size compact and simple hardware for easy setting
  • Hi-/Low-Z speaker connection
  • 60W amplifier
  • Two mic/line inputs with mute
  • Ideal for restaurants, coffee shops, retail shops, etc.
  • Intuitive GUI software for sound optimization
    • 5-band parametric equalizer for each input and output
    • Remote master volume control
    • Mute (Mic 1 priority: manual mute)
    • Compressor for each input 1 and 2

Toa Electronics A-5006 Specs

Computer RequirementsCPU: Intel Core i3, 2 GHz or faster
Memory: 2 GB or more recommended
Display: 1024 x 768 resolution or higher
Free Hard Disk Space: 16 MB or more (600 MB or more is required for the 32-bit edition or 1.5 GB or more for the 64-bit edition when ".NET Framework" is not yet installed
Operating systemWindows 7 Professional (32/64-bit edition) Service Pack 1
Windows 8.1 Pro (32/64-bit edition) (These are verified Operating Systems)
InputInput 1 & 2: Mic -60 dB, Line -20 dB, Mic/Line selectable
2.2k Ohms, electronically balanced, removable terminal block (5 pins)
Input 3 & 4: Line -20 dB, 10 kOhms, unbalanced, RCA pin jack
OutputSpeaker: 4 Ohms, 70 V (83 Ohms), 100 V (170 Ohms), removable terminal block (5 pins)
Frequency Response50 Hz - 20 kHz, 1/8 output
Distortion1% or less (1 kHz, rated output)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)Mic 1, 2: 60 dB or more
Line 1 - 4: 80 dB or more (A-weighted)
FunctionParametric Equalizer: 5 points settable on each input and output, 20 Hz - 20 kHz ±15 dB, Q: 0.267 - 69.249
Compressor: On/Off settable on Inputs 1 and 2 (Off by default)
Threshold, Ratio, Attack time, Release time, and Gain are settable independently on each input
ControlMute control, Remote master volume control, Power ON/OFF switch, Ground lift
IndicatorsPower, Signal, Peak, Protect
Power Source100 - 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Rated Output60 W
Power Consumption106 W (rated output), 20 W (based on cULus standards) Max. 2 A
Dimensions (W x H x D)8.3 x 2.1 x 14.8" / 210.1 x 52.6 x 374.9 mm
Weight7.94 lbs. (3.6 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight10.435 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)17.2 x 12.7 x 5.5"
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