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RB-DA24MD is a 24-way audio distribution amplifier with two inputs that can be individually routed to 12 outputs or mixed and routed to all 24 outputs. The inputs can be configured as either dual mono, input one routed to outputs one-12 and input two routed to outputs 13-24, or mixed-mono, inputs one and two mixed at a pre-set level and routed to all 24 outputs. The XLR inputs and D-type outputs are electronically balanced and can be wired unbalanced. Each output is individually buffered so that a short circuit on one won't affect the others. Each output is also protected against connection to both power-over-Ethernet and phantom power circuits. The RB-DA24MD has master gain controls for both input one and input two that are pre-set potentiometers accessible through the rear panel. These controls allow the gain to be adjusted from -15dB to +15dB.
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