Stereo volume control
Visually designed to appear as a miniature version of Genelec's 5040A active subwoofer, the 9000A provides volume control for all Genelec monitors/loudspeakers. The volume control input and output have 3.5mm stereo male and female connectors, providing immediate connectivity with most computers and laptops and MP3 players. The connecting cable is Y-shaped. Past 1m (3'3") from the control knob, the single cable splits into two 1m cables, one for audio input, one for audio output. A converter cable converting 2 x RCA to 3.5mm stereo (female) is necessary for audio equipment with RCA outputs. A converter cable converting 3.5mm stereo (male) to 2 x XLR (male) is necessary to use the 9000A with Genelec monitors having XLR output.
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