RDL RCX-A2N Wall Plate with Dual Phono Audio Outputs for the RCX-5C Audio Controller (Neutral Color Finish)

BH #RDRCXA2N • MFR #RCX-A2N
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RDL RCX-A2N Wall Plate with Dual Phono Audio Outputs for the RCX-5C Audio Controller (Neutral Color Finish)
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$89.93

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RDL RCX-A2N Wall Plate with Dual Phono Audio Outputs for the RCX-5C Audio Controller (Neutral Color Finish)

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RDL RCX-A2N Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Wall Mounted Consumer Level Outputs
  • 3Single or Dual Outputs from Mono Source
  • 4Gold Plated Phono Jack Outputs
  • 5Mounts Into Standard Outlet Boxes

The RDL RCX-A2N Wall Plate is designed to send a -10dBv (unbalanced) stereo audio signal to recorders and other audio input sources. The wall plate is used as an access panel to record the audio in that particular room or zone. The RCX-A2N is easily mounted onto standard electrical outlet boxes and audio is fed via the RCX-5C or RCX-5M audio zone controllers.

Wall Mounted Consumer Level Outputs

The unbalanced outputs enable access to zone audio for recording, monitoring, etc.

Single or Dual Outputs from Mono Source

Dual outputs enables mono audio to be sent to stereo recording devices.

Gold Plated Phono Jack Outputs

Gold plated phono jacks provide enhanced conductivity.

Mounts Into Standard Outlet Boxes

The RCX-A2N mounts into standard wall-mounted electrical boxes.

RDL RCX-A2N Specs

Input Level+4 dBu, nominal
Input ConnectorFull Size Barrier Block
Input Impedance10k ohms Balanced Bridging, Monaural
Output ConnectorsPhono Jacks with Gold Contacts
Input ConnectionsCase Ground, Shield, + / -
Frequency Response50Hz to 20kHz (+/- 1 dB)
PowerPassive
Dimensions (HxWxD)4.88 x 3.39 x 1.29" (12.40 x 8.61 x 3.28cm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.835 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7 x 4.375 x 2.25"
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