JK Audio THAT-1 Telephone Interface

JK Audio THAT-1 Telephone Interface with RCA I/O

JK Audio THAT-1 Telephone Interface with RCA I/O

JK Audio THAT-1 Telephone Interface

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The JK Audio THAT-1 is a telephone audio interface that connects between the telephone receiver and base. THAT-1 is designed to capture audio to record and play sound bytes or to send IFB dialog over phone lines. The compact telephone tap features unbalanced RCA I/O.

The audio connections are used for sending line level signal down phone lines or capturing a mix of send and receive audio. Electret style handsets may be used with THAT-1 (carbon, dynamic or handsets with keypads are not compatible). A level adjust dial provides control over send and receive levels. THAT-1 is a compact, passive device that requires no external power source.

Convenient Design
THAT-1 is a compact telephone tap that connects between the receiver and base of any standard analog telephone. The tap allows users to send line level feeds down telephone lines or capture send and receive signal for sound byte recording.
Line Level I/O
Unbalanced RCA connection provide seamless integration with consumer level audio gear.
UPC: 814170010345
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JK Audio THAT-1 Telephone Interface with RCA I/O
  • 2 Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Input Unbalanced: RCA Phono jack
    Output Unbalanced: RCA Phono jack
    Handset Compatible with electret handsets only.
    Not for use with handsets that have keypads
    Isolation Isolation 1500 volts
    Phone Line RJ11C
    Impedance Line Input: 20k ohms, 250 mV RMS, +12dBM
    Line Output: 2800 ohms, 100 mV RMS, -16dBm
    Power Requirements Passive
    Dimensions not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.7 x 3.4 x 2.3"
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