Toa Electronics VP-2064 4 x 60W Power Amplifier (2 RU)

BH #TOVP2064 • MFR #VP-2064
Toa Electronics
Toa Electronics VP-2064 4 x 60W Power Amplifier (2 RU)
Key Features
  • Four Channels of 60W
  • 80 dB S/N Ratio
  • LED Indicators
The VP-2064 Power Amplifier from Toa Electronics is part of the SX-2000 Series Audio Management System. The amplifier features four channels of 60W each and a signal-to-noise ratio of 80 dB or more. The front Panel has LED indicators for power and overheating.
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Toa Electronics VP-2064 Overview

The VP-2064 Power Amplifier from Toa Electronics is part of the SX-2000 Series Audio Management System. The amplifier features four channels of 60W each and a signal-to-noise ratio of 80 dB or more. The front Panel has LED indicators for power and overheating.

Toa Electronics VP-2064 Specs

Number of Channels4
Input4 x RJ45 port, Link (Input module VP-200VX)
OutputPower amplifier output (speaker line)
M3.5 screw terminal, 8.8 mm between barriers
Frequency Response40 Hz - 16 kHz, ±3 dB (at 1/3 rated output)
Distortion1% or less (at rated output, 1 kHz)
S/N Ratio80 dB or more
Power Source28 VDC (operating range: 20 - 40 VDC)
M4 screw terminal, 12 mm between barriers
Current Consumption4.8 A
Output Power4 x 60 W
AC Mains: 195.5 V, 4 x 45 W
Output Voltage100 V
ResistanceMinimum Resistive Load:
167 Ohms at 100 V
83 Ohms at 70 V
41 Ohms at 50 V
Maximum Capacity0.125 µF at 100 V
0.25 µF at 70 V
0.5 µF at 50 V
LEDs4 x Dual color Power indicators (one per channel)
1 x Yellow Overheat indicator
Operating temperature32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
FinishBlack surface-treated steel plate, 30% gloss
Dimensions19.0 x 3.5 x 13.4" (48.2 x 8.8 x 34.1 cm)
Weight24.7 lb (11.2 kg)
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