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The Louroe Electronics RN-2 Microphone Mixer is designed for combining 2 microphones or 2 speaker / microphones to an audio monitoring zone for the purpose of expanding the area to be audio monitored. This passive mixer has an adjustment knob for microphone balance and can be mounted between the microphones and the Louroe Base Station.
This microphone mixer has an input side (terminal block) for accepting the 2 microphones and an output side (terminal block) that is connected to a Louroe audio base station or to other audio receiving devices. Moreover, RN-2 microphone mixer has a potentiometer for microphone balance control. The RN-2 mixer receives phantom power from the Louroe base station.
Note: The RN-2 is strictly a microphone mixer that combines the audio signals picked up by the 2 microphones to create a larger single audio zone. It does not function as a 2-channel audio base station. The RN-2 mixer does not provide 2 separate zones. When this mixer is used as part of an audio monitoring system, it is legally mandatory to give a public notice regarding the audio monitoring on the premises. A decal notice stating the same (provided by Louroe Electronics) must be installed in a visible location at the entrances and exits of both private and public buildings and vehicles.
Allows for zone expansion by combining 2 speakers / microphones
Phantom powered from the Louroe Base Station
Potentiometer for adjusting microphone balance
Mounting holes for securing to wall or flat surface
Made in USA
In the Box
Louroe RN-2 Microphone Mixer
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Input: 600 Ω
Output: 600 Ω
Input / Output Connectors
Requirement: 2 conductor shielded cable, 22 gauge with a 24 gauge drain wire
Unshielded cable is not satisfactory for audio systems.