Lectrosonics RCW-VLS Wired Remote Level Attenuator

BH #LERCWVLS • MFR #RCWVLS
Lectrosonics
Lectrosonics RCW-VLS Wired Remote Level Attenuator
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The Lectrosonics RCW-VLS Wired Remote Level Attenuator is a rotary control for use with AM8, AM 8/4 or AM16/12 automatic mixers. This control mounts in a single gang wall plate and can be connected to individual channels in any combination or to the main output of the AM8. When turned fully clockwise, attenuation is not applied but when turned fully counter-clockwise, the level is completely attenuated or reduced -15dB depending on the jumper settings on the circuit board.
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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

Lectrosonics RCW-VLS Wired Remote Level Attenuator

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Lectrosonics RCWVLS Overview

The Lectrosonics RCW-VLS Wired Remote Level Attenuator is a rotary control for use with AM8, AM 8/4 or AM16/12 automatic mixers. This control mounts in a single gang wall plate and can be connected to individual channels in any combination or to the main output of the AM8. When turned fully clockwise, attenuation is not applied but when turned fully counter-clockwise, the level is completely attenuated or reduced -15dB depending on the jumper settings on the circuit board.

Connects directly to the Remote Level Control Port on the AM8 (DB15 connector) and the Programmable Input on the AM16/12 and AM8/4 mixers (DB25 connectors)
Can be configured to control master level, channel level, or multiple input channels on the AM8
Can be configured to control the programmable input volume on the AM16/12 and AM8/4 mixers
Jumper selectable attenuation range, 15dB or 30dB with mute

Lectrosonics RCWVLS Specs

CompatibilityAM16/12 and AM8/4
Attenuation / Gain-15dB, -30dB
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6 x 2.4 x 0.6"
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