RDL ST-SH2 - Stick-On Series Stereo Headphone Amplifier

BH #RDSTSH2 • MFR #ST-SH2
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RDL ST-SH2 - Stick-On Series Stereo Headphone Amplifier
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RDL ST-SH2 Overview

The RDL ST-SH2 is a miniature wall and surface mount stereo headphone amplifier. The unit is used for installation applications requiring headphones of any impedance to be driven from consumer or professional audio sources.

For fixed level installations not requiring user volume control, the ST-SH2 is wired directly to the audio source and a headphone jack. The Left and Right Level Adjust terminals may be wired to the respective wipers of a stereo 10 kOhm potentiometer to provide volume adjustment.

The ST-SH2 offers exceptional low noise operation, low distortion, audio clarity and near zero crosstalk performance, suiting a wide variety of installed audio system applications.

Wall-mount stereo in-line headphone amplifier with provision for external stereo level control potentiometer
Ultra low-noise, high 115dB dynamic range
Bridges a line input and provides remote headphone feed to multiple users not requiring individual level control
Accepts balanced and unbalanced inputs
Supports headphone impedances from 8 Ohms to 5 kOhms
UPC: 813721012227

RDL ST-SH2 Specs

Number of Channels2
Input Connections2 x L,R Screw Terminals
Output Connectors2 x L,R Screw Terminals
Maximum Output Level250 mW into 8 Ohms, 20Vp-p into 2 kOhms
Function ControlsExternal 10 kOhm Stereo Level Potentiometer(optional)
Frequency Response20 Hz - 40 kHz (+/-0.25 dB)
THD + N< 0.005% (0.0015% typical @ 1 kHz)
Noise< -100 dB below normal operating level
DisplayNo
DimensionsNot Specified by Manufacturer
WeightNot Specified by Manufacturer
SpecialtiesLightweight Miniature Stereo Headphone Amplifier
Drives all Headphone Impedances
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.1 x 2.1 x 2.1"
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