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This amplifier gives you the power and versatility you need to create a professional sound system. Its wide frequency response makes it suitable for amplifying any type of audio, including music or vocals. It can be used in meeting halls, restaurants, schools, stores, and at home --the perfect solution for paging systems anywhere. Get the power you need with 2 x 40 Watt to handle all your audio needs.
This amplifier has selectable input voltage from 110V/60 Hz (the standard in USA and Canada) to 220V/50 Hz (for European operation). Please make sure the switch is in the proper position before operating.
Compatible with CD players, walkmans, and computerized devices, including MP3s, via .14 inch RCA converter.
Lets you connect the desired line input source.
Use the control center panel located on the face of the unit to make adjustments to microphone volume, master volume, balance, bass, and treble.
Lets you easily connect speaker wires directly to the amplifier.
The amplifier uses a fuse for protection against surges and short circuit. If the amplifier suddenly turns off and will not turn on, check the fuse and replace it if necessary. (Replacement fuse to use: 1.5-amp, 250-volt, fast-acting .16 x .8 inch fuse --not included)
It seems all electronics are made to be disposable these days, but I've had this for three years and it's still going strong. It's little but can handle volume. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Erin R.
Beware that this item can't be returned. I don't know why and don't see where it indicated that when I ordered it. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Gary Bargeron
Seeing some of the other reviews, I want to throw my two cents in. I have been using this for over four years, and I have not had a single problem with it. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Brian Hawks
Right out of the box it did not work. There is no DC voltage in the unit. The bridge rectifier must be defective as every thing on the AC lone side of the power transformer checks... Read morePublished 10 days ago by pfghfy
This unit worked fine for driving a couple bookshelf speakers in my office, but after about 2 years of occasional use it started horribly buzzing. Read morePublished 20 days ago by James R. A. Davenport
Nice Power for the speakers. I hooked up an iPod to this and sent it out to outdoor speakers and we had plenty of volumePublished 23 days ago by David P Roberts
Just right for my purposes of powering an old Muzak system in my office as we don't need a lot of volume for background music.Published 25 days ago by GGilly