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RDL (Radio Design Labs) RU-ADA4D, RU-ADA8D
Audio distribution amplifiers
The RU-ADA4D 2x4 or 1x8 and the RU-ADA8D 2x8 or 1x16 audio distribution amplifiers offer significant enhancements over their predecessors. The RU-ADA4D is produced in a durable, all-metal, 1/3 rack width MAX Rack-up enclosure and wiring connections are now made on detachable terminal blocks rather than screw terminals. Other improvements include redesigned front and rear panel graphics, separate input and output level trimmers, dual-LED VU metering, switch-selectable stereo/mono mode, exceptional low-noise and common-mode rejection performance. The RU-ADA4D and RU-ADA8D maintain the tradition of excellent headroom, very low distortion, exceptional crosstalk isolation and wide flat frequency response.
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