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50W 100V PA Attenuator

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Overview

  • An attenuator for 100V PA systems
  • Attractively styled rotary switch designed to attenuate the signal fed to loudspeakers
  • Fits standard flush back box.

Product overview

• An attenuator for 100V PA systems• Attractively styled rotary switch designed to attenuate the signal fed to loudspeakers• Fits standard flush back box.

I asked if item fits CONTINENTAL ROUND 60mm back box, you answered that fits standard back box - do you mean UK standard (square) or continental round 60mm?? Thanks

Asked by: JayS
This is designed to fit a UK standard
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-03-11

Hi, Will it fit standard round EU 60mm back box? In stock? Sorry, just placed same question to discontinued 24w unit. DaveB is answering same question related to 6w unit. Thanks

Asked by: JayS
- Fits standard flush back box.
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-03-10

HI fi amp running two sets of speakers into two different rooms from the same speaker output. Can this attenuator be fitted in line with the speaker cable to alter the volume to one set of speakers in one of the rooms?

Asked by: Hillman
Presuming it is a 100V system running no more than 50w, then yes this would be suitable.
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2016-10-15

Is this a complete attenuator, or just the switch for one? The description is unclear. Does it attenuate by using large wattage resistors, or is it active electronics? Does it require power, or is it passive? How are connections made? Screw terminals?

Asked by: Andy
This is the entire attenuator, it is passive and there are 4 screw type connections.
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2016-08-16
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