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The RDL ST-UBA2 Unbalanced to Balanced Amplifier is used in any application requiring conversion from unbalanced consumer format signals to professional +4 dBu. It may be used to balance audio from CD players, cassette decks, computer sound cards, televisions, and a wide variety of other unbalanced sources. The mono sum output may be used to drive patch-bay jacks, monitors or subwoofer amplifiers. The audio clarity, low noise, low distortion and excellent crosstalk performance makes this module ideally suited to a wide variety of demanding audio applications. This module can be used in conjunction with other RDL audio/video modules.
Balance Your Audio Playback
It may be used to balance audio from CD players, cassette
decks, computer sound cards, televisions, and a wide variety of other unbalanced sources. The mono sum output may be used to drive patch-bay jacks, monitors or subwoofer amplifiers.
Separate LED Metering
LED's are provided for the left and right outputs. Each channel is equipped with two LEDs. A green LED illuminates at 15 dB below +4 dBu. The intensity of the green LED progresses from minimum at -11 dBu to full intensity at +4 dBu. The adjacent red LED illuminates at +4 dBu. This two-LED meter provides a compact, accurate indication of dynamic audio.
Low Impedance Amplification
The balanced line amplifiers provide low impedance with balanced +4 dBu outputs.
Stereo and Mono Output
In addition to the LEFT and RIGHT outputs, a third MONO output (@ 6dB) is provided. This balanced output is the sum of the left (L OUT) and right (R OUT) balanced outputs.