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Glensound Electronics GS-HA011
The GS-HA011 has a transformer-balanced input, and a secure, recessed adjustable gain. Input is via XLR with a loop through for linking multiple units. Headphone outputs are available on 6.35 and 3.5mm jack sockets, and they are wired tip and ring to allow connection of regular headphones (with audio on both ears) or a single ear piece. Volume is adjustable to headphones from 32-1k ohm impedance. A 9V PP3 battery gives over 18 hours of use, or an external dc power source can be used.
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