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MCM Electronics Model 555-8485
Balanced/unbalanced line level converter
The MCM Custom Audio Model 555-8485 Line Level Converter is an essential interface in sound systems that utilize a combination of professional audio equipment, with PCs, laptops and portable MP3 players. The 555-8454 incorporates four independent low noise audio amplifier circuits, to provide two stereo audio channels. Channel 1 accepts L/R RCA unbalanced consumer line level inputs, electronically balances the signal, amplifies it to pro-sound line level, and supplies it to two male XLR output connections. Channel 2 accepts L/R XLR balanced inputs, electronically converts them to two unbalanced channels, and provides attenuated signal to L/R RCA outputs.
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