32-2055
250-watt stereo
power amplifier
Thank you for purchasing your 250-Watt Power Amplifier
from RadioShack. This PA gives you the versatility and power
you need in a professional sound system. Its wide frequency
response easily handles amplification of voice and music.
Use it anywhere you need to deliver special announcements
with excellent sound. It is perfect for meeting halls,
auditoriums, sporting events, schools, or in the office for
paging systems. With a bridged speaker connection, the
amplifier can produce up to 350 watts of clean, powerful
sound with minimum distortion.
250W Power Amplifer
User’s Guide
Please read this user’s guide before installing,
setting up and using your new product
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Quick Start Guide
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contents
features
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front view ................................................................. 4
rear view .................................................................. 6
important safety instructions
(UL 6500)
setting up your new amplifier
using speaker A/B
replacing the fuse
product specifications
FAQs
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find a home for your new amplifier ........................ 12
preset the controls .................................................. 12
preset the audio input source ................................. 12
presetting the amplifier ........................................... 13
connecting your amplifier
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connecting input sources ........................................ 13
connecting microphones ........................................ 13
connecting a turntable ............................................ 14
connecting an auxiliary sound source.................... 15
connecting the MIX BUS jack ................................. 15
connecting an equalizer .......................................... 15
connecting speakers ............................................... 16
determining total speaker impedance .................... 16
preparing the speaker wires ................................... 17
connecting two speakers in series ......................... 17
connecting two speakers in parallel ....................... 18
unbridged connection ............................................. 19
bridged connection ................................................. 20
connecting power.................................................... 21
operating your amplifier
monitoring sound sources
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
THE COVER OR BACK. NO USER-SERICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
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The lightning symbol is intended to alert you to the
presence of uninsulated, dangerous voltage within this
product’s enclosure that might be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute a risk of electric shock. Do not open the
product’s case.
listening safely ......................................................... 23
using the feedback filter
using the level meters and
clipping indicator
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WARNING: To reduce the
risk of fire or shock hazard,
do not expose this product
to rain or moisture
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The exclamation symbol is intended to inform you that
important operating and maintenace instructions are
included in the literature accompanhing this product.
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features
CLIPPING Indicator
Lights up to remind you
to reduce volume when
the amplifier output is too
high.
front view
Illuminated Power Switch
Lights up when you turn
on the switch.
Output Power Level LED Indicators
Indicate the total stereo output
power level
MIC 1, MIC 2, and MIC 3
Adjust volume for the
connected microphones.
A/B Speaker Switch
Select the speakers you want
to use with the amplifier in
Channel A, Channel B, or
both (for use with 8 ohm
speakers only).
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PHONES Jack
Connect
headphones here.
PROTECTION Indicator
Lights up when the
amplifier overheats or
if a shorted load occurs
on the amplifier output.
The amplifier resets itself
when the problem is
corrected.
CD/AUX
Adjust volume of CD or
auxiliary sound source.
FEEDBACK FILTER
Turn to control audio
feedback.
MIC 4/PHONO
Adjust volume of connected
microphone (MIC 4) or
turntable.
Volume Control:
Left/Right speakers
Turn to regulate volume of
left and right speakers.
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rear view
Cooling Fan
Automatically activated whenever
the amplifier is turned on. This
forced air cooling system rapidly
exhausts interior heat to reduce
operating temperature.
XLR Balanced
Microphone Inputs
Connect up to four highimpedance microphones to
your amplifier.
Audio Input Jacks
Connect input sources (CD
or DVD player, TV, etc.) here,
via an unbalanced audio
cable. Match the colors on
your cable connections with
the colors on the jacks.
¼” Stereo Input Jacks
Connect stereo input
sources (CD or DVD player,
TV, etc.) here, via a ¼
(balanced) audio cable.
Fuse
Ground Wire
Connection
¼” Unbalanced
Microphone Inputs
Connect up to four microphones to
your amplifier, via a ¼” unbalanced
cable, for left and right mono sound.
Phono Input
Jacks
Connect your
turntable here.
MIC 4/PHONO Switch
Select MIC 4 or
PHONO input.
MIX BUS Jack
Connect an extra
amplifier if you have
multiple audio sources.
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CD/AUX Jack
Connect any high-level
sound source for music
or special effects.
STEREO/MONO Selector
Select bridged mono input
mode in combination with
a mono signal source
plugged into the left
channel.
EQ/BYPASS Selector
Select EQ if you are using
an equalizer or BYPASS
if you are using another
external processor.
Speaker Terminals
Connect two sets of
speakers (Left and
Right, for A and B).
EQ IN/OUT Jacks
Connect an equalizer
or other external
processor.
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important safety
instructions (UL 6500)
1. Read all safety and operating instructions before the
appliance is operated.
2. Keep all safety and operating instructions for future
reference.
3. Follow all warnings on the appliance and in the
operating instructions.
4. Unplug this appliance from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Use only a damp cloth for cleaning. Do not
use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
5. Do not use this appliance near water (for example,
near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry
tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming pool).
6. Do not place this appliance on an unstable cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The appliance may
fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and
serious damage to the appliance. Use only with a cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the
manufacturer or sold with the appliance. Follow the
manufacturer's instructions for mounting, and use a
recommended mounting accessory.
7. Slots and openings in the cabinet provide ventilation,
ensure reliable operation, and protect from
overheating. Do not block or cover these openings,
and do not place the appliance on a bed, sofa, rug, or
other similar surface. Do not place the appliance in a
built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless
it provides proper ventilation as specified by the
manufacturer.
8. Keep appliance away from heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other appliances
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
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9. Operate this appliance using only the power source
indicated on its marking label. If you are not sure
of your home's power type, consult your appliance
dealer or local power company.
10. This appliance is equipped with a polarized power
cord plug (a plug having one blade wider than the
other). This plug will fit in the power outlet only one
way. This is a safety feature. If you cannot insert the
plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the
plug still doesn’t fit, contact your electrician to replace
your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose
of the polarized plug.
11. Route power-supply cords so they are not likely to be
walked on or pinched by items placed on or against
them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they
exit from the appliance.
12. Clean only as recommended by the manufacturer.
13. An outside antenna system should not be located in
the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric
light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such
power lines or circuits. When installing an outside
antenna system, extreme care should be taken to
keep from touching such power lines or circuits as
contact with them might be fatal.
14. Unplug the power cord from the outlet when you
know that you will not be using the appliance for a
long period of time.
15. Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or
integral convenience receptacles, as this can result in
a risk of fire or electric shock.
16. Never push objects of any kind into this appliance
through openings, as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short out parts that could result in a
fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on
the appliance.
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17. Move appliance and cart combinations with care.
Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces
may cause the appliance and cart combination to
overturn.
18. Unplug this appliance from the wall outlet and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions:
• When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
• If liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into
the appliance.
• If the appliance has been exposed to rain or water.
• If the appliance does not operate normally by
following the operating instructions. Adjust only
those controls that are covered by the operating
instructions, as an improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and will often require
extensive work by a qualified technician to restore
the appliance to normal operation.
• If the appliance has been dropped or damaged in
any way.
• When the appliance exhibits a distinct change in
performance.
19. Do not attempt to service this appliance yourself,
as opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing
to qualified service personnel.
11. When replacement parts are required, be sure the
service technician has used replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or have the same
characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized
substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other
hazards.
12. Upon completion of any service or repairs to this
appliance, ask the service technician to perform safety
checks to determine that the appliance is in proper
operating condition.
13. For added protection for this product during a
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lightning storm, unplug it from the wall outlet. This
will prevent damage to the product due to lightning
and power line surges.
14. Only use attachments recommended by the product
manufacturer.
15. The product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling
only as recommended by the manufacturer.
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setting up your new
amplifier
presetting the amplifier
To prevent possible hearing loss, set the controls on the
amplifier to the following:
Control
Setting
find a home for your new amplifier
POWER
Out
Before you use your amplifier, be sure to place it on a surface
with adequate ventilation. Do not put it on thick carpeting,
which can restrict air flow, or near a heat source such as a
heat vent or radiator, which can cause it to overheat.
MIC 1, MIC 2, MIC 3,
MIC 4/PHONO, CD/AUX
Volume Control
Min
LEFT and RIGHT
Volume Control
Min
preset the controls
Before you begin connecting or using your amplifier, preset
the controls on the audio input source and amplifier to avoid
overdriving a channel or producing loud sounds.
After you turn on the amplifier or change the program
source, set the controls to a comfortable listening level.
connecting your amplifier
preset the audio input source
connecting input sources
Set the controls on the audio input sources to the following
levels:
You can connect optional components, such as microphones,
tuner, turntable, audio mixer, preamplifier, or CD player
to your amplifier to expand your system. To prevent hum
and other noise, use low-capacitance shielded cable. Your
local RadioShack store carries a wide selection of audio
components and connecting cables.
• This amplifier is equipped with both stereo phono
NOTES
input and ¼-inch (6.35mm) jacks. The ¼-inch
input jacks on the top are stereo while the others
are left and right mono.
• Before you make any connections, be sure POWER
on the front of amplifier is out and AC power cord
is not plugged in.
Audio Device
Control
Setting
Turntable
Power
Off
Tape Deck
Power
Off
CD Player
Power
Off
Amplifier
Power
Off
Receiver
Tone
Flat
connecting microphones
You can connect up to four high- or low- impedance
microphones to the microphone inputs on the back of the
amplifier. Each input (labeled MIC1, MIC2, MIC3, and MIC4)
has a balanced and unbalanced jack. You need a microphone
with a ¼-inch (6.35mm) plug to connect to an unbalanced
jack or a microphone cord with a 3-pin XLR plug to connect
to a balanced jack.
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connecting an auxiliary sound source
Balanced
Microphone
Jacks
NOTES
Unbalanced
Microphone
Jacks
• If your microphone cord is longer than 20 feet (6
meters), we recommend that you connect it to a
balanced jack to reduce signal hum.
You can connect any high-level sound source, such as a CD
player, tape deck, or tuner, to the CD/AUX jack on the back of
the amplifier.
CD/AUX
Jack
connecting the MIX BUS jack
• If you connect a microphone to both balanced and
unbalanced jacks for MIC1, MIC2, MIC3, or MIC4,
the microphone you connect to the unbalanced
jack has priority.
You can connect another MPA-250 to double the size of your
PA system. You can then use up to eight microphones (or six
microphones and two turntables) and two auxiliary sound
sources.
• If you connect a microphone to either MIC4 jack,
set MIC4/PHONO on the back of the amplifier to
MIC4.
Use a shield cable with phono plugs at each end. Connect
the cable between the MIX BUS jacks on the back of the two
amplifiers. For best results, do not use cable longer than 1.8
connecting a turntable
You can connect a low-level audio input source (such as a
magnetic cartridge turntable) to the L PHONO and R PHONO
jacks on the back of the amplifier. If you connect a low-level
audio input source to the PHONO jacks, set MIC4/PHONO
on the back of the amplifier to PHONO. To avoid a low-level
hum, connect your turntable's ground wire (usually black or
green) to the GND terminal on the amplifier.
PHONO
Input Jacks
MIX BUS
Jack
meters (6 feet).
connecting an equalizer
You can connect an equalizer or other external signal
EQ IN/OUT
Jacks
GND
Terminal
MIC 4/
PHONO
Switch
processor to the EQ IN and EQ OUT jacks on the back of the
amplifier.
NOTE
You can also connect a tape deck to the EQ OUT
jack for recording.
The EQ IN/OUT jacks handle the signal from an
outside equalizer. They do not handle the signal
from this equalizer’s stereo INPUT jacks.
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connecting speakers
You can connect one or more 4-, 8-, or 16-Ohm speakers to
the amplifier. To ensure equal volume from each speaker, all
connected speakers should have the same impedance rating.
Proper phasing is important when you use more than one
speaker in the same room or area. Out-of-phase speakers can
lose up to one-half of their potential volume, and can have a
significantly decreased bass effect .
Most speaker terminals are color-coded or have a mark
that indicates the terminal’s polarity. Usually, terminals with
positive polarity are red or have a plus (+) symbol, and
terminals with negative polarity are black or have a minus
(-) symbol. Phasing is correct when you connect + to + and
- to -.
exceed the amplifier’s maximum impedance (16 ohms) or fall
below the minimum impedance (4 ohms). You can achieve
a proper total impedance by combining series and parallel
connections.
NOTE
preparing the speaker wires
Use the shortest length of wire possible to connect the
speakers. After placing the speakers, use this table to
determine the wire length and choose the appropriate gauge.
You can also bridge the amplifier's channels. The amplifier
has two channels: A and B. If you connect two pairs of
speakers, follow these guidelines:
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Speakers connected to the same channel (A or B) are
part of a pair and must be of the same impedance.
Speakers connected to different channels (A or B) are
not part of a pair and can be different impedance.
STEREO/MONO
Switch
Speaker
Terminals
A total speaker impedance higher than 16 ohms
or lower than 4 ohms can damage your amplifier
or speakers. When determining the total speaker
impedance, first determine whether you are
connecting the speakers in series, parallel, or a
series/parallel combination.
Wire Length
Wire Gauge
7.6m (25 ‘) or less
18 gauge
Over 7.6m (25‘)
16 gauge
To prepare the speaker wire, remove about 1/2 inch
(12.5mm) of insulation from the end of the speaker wire you
are connecting to the amplifier. Then twist the exposed wire
to secure all of the wire strands.
connecting two speakers in series
Speakers are connected in series when the first speaker’s
positive terminal is connected to the next speaker’s negative
terminal.
determining total speaker impedance
Before you connect speakers to the amplifier, you must
determine the total speaker impedance. To determine total
speaker impedance, you must first decide if you are going
to connect the speakers in series, parallel, or a series/parallel
combination.
NOTE
Determine the total speaker impedance of speakers
you want to connect in series by adding up
the individual impedances of all the connected
speakers.
For example: If connecting two 4-ohm speakers in
series, your total speaker impedance is 8 ohms.
If you are connecting more than two speakers in series
only or parallel only, be sure the total impedance does not
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unbridged connection
Use this connection if you are connecting more than one
speaker on the same channel or if you do not have highpower speakers.
connecting two speakers in parallel
Speakers are connected in parallel when the speakers’
negative terminals are connected together and all their
positive terminals are connected together.
NOTE
Determine the total speaker impedance of speakers
you want to connect in parallel by dividing the
impedance of one speaker by the number of
speakers.
1. Connect the speaker wires to the corresponding
left and right positive (+) and negative (–) speaker
terminals.
2. Connect the other end of the left and right speaker's
positive (+) and negative (–) wires to the amplifier's
corresponding SPEAKER LEFT and SPEAKER RIGHT
terminals for each channel. To connect speaker
wires to the amplifier, turn the knob on the terminal
counterclockwise until it stops, insert the bare wire
inside the space between the knob and the amplifier,
then turn the knob clockwise until it stops to secure it.
3. Make sure the STEREO/MONO switch is set to
STEREO.
For example: If connecting two 8-ohm speakers
in parallel, divide 8 (one speaker’s impedance)
by 2 (number of speakers). Your total speaker
impedance is 4.
RIGHT
Speaker
LEFT
Speaker
Unbridged
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bridged connection
connecting power
Use this connection if you have high power speakers that can
handle a power output of 350 Watts.
To connect the amplifier to power, plug the attached power
cord into a standard AC outlet. Your amplifier's fuse (located
on the amplifier's back panel) protects the amplifier from
voltage surges. If the amplifier does not work when you
press POWER, check the fuse. If it is blown, see "Replacing
the Fuse.”
NOTE
For a bridged connection, do not connect any
speaker wire to the black SPEAKER terminals.
1. Connect the speaker wires to the speaker's positive
(+) and negative (–) terminals.
2. Connect the other end of the speaker's positive (+)
and negative (–) wires to the amplifier's red SPEAKER
LEFT and SPEAKER RIGHT terminals.
NOTE
SPEAKER RIGHT (+) on the amplifier is used as a
negative (–) terminal for a bridged connection.
3. Make sure STEREO/MONO is set to MONO.
NOTE
In the bridged mono mode, only the LEFT volume
control adjusts the output level.
RIGHT
Speaker
LEFT
Speaker
Bridged
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operating your amplifier
1. Start the input sound source.
2. Make sure LEFT and RIGHT volume control on the
front of the amplifier are set to MIN.
Left Volume
Control
monitoring sound sources
To monitor the sound sources, plug a pair of mono or stereo
headphones (not supplied) with a ¼-inch (6.35mm) plug into
the PHONES jack on the front of the amplifier. Headphones
sometimes make it easier to check and adjust the sound
source's balance.
Right Volume
Control
3. Press POWER in to turn on the amplifier. The blue
light around the power switch and LEFT/RIGHT
volume control will illuminate.
PHONES
Jack
listening safely
To protect your hearing, follow these guidelines when you
use headphones.
Power
Switch
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4. Rotate LEFT and RIGHT volume controls to their
middle positions.
5. One at a time, adjust MIC1, MIC2, MIC3, MIC4/
PHONO, and CD/AUX to the desired volume and
balance.
MIC4/
PHONO
CD/AUX
MIC1
MIC2
FEEDBACK
FILTER
MIC3
NOTE
If you hear feedback after you adjust these controls,
turn FEEDBACK FILTER clockwise until the noise
disappears (see “Using the Feedback Filter,” p. 23).
6. Adjust LEFT and RIGHT volume controls to the
desired volume level after you find your desired
balance.
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Set the volume to the lowest setting before you begin
listening. After you begin listening, adjust the volume
to a comfortable level.
Do not listen at extremely high volume levels.
Extended high-volume listening can lead to
permanent hearing loss.
Once you set the volume, do not increase it. Over
time, your ears adapt to the volume level, so a volume
level that does not cause discomfort might still
damage your hearing.
using the feedback filter
The FEEDBACK FILTER control lets you reduce or eliminate
squeal and other noise caused by feedback. After you adjust
LEFT/RIGHT volume, MIC1, MIC2, MIC3, MIC4/PHONO, and
CD/AUX , turn on the amplifier and any connected sound
sources. If you hear any feedback, turn FEEDBACK FILTER
clockwise until you reduce or eliminate the feedback.
The FEEDBACK FILTER control decreases feedback
frequencies by up to 12dB. If it does not eliminate
NOTE
the feedback, try using a frequency equalizer to
further decrease the feedback frequencies.
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using the level meters and clipping
indicator
The illuminating flow of the output LED indicators reflect the
amplifier’s output level. The stronger the signal the more
LEDs illuminate. The maximum signal through the MPA-250
should cause the CLIPPING LED to blink at peak music levels.
LED Indicators
CLIPPING
LED
using speaker A/B
NOTE
• Let the amplifier cool down and see if it starts
again before you presume a fuse needs to be
replaced.
• Do not use a fuse with a rating other than that
specified here. Doing so might damage your
amplifier.
1. Unplug the amplifier from the AC outlet.
2. Turn the fuse holder cap on the back of the amplifier
and pull out the cap to remove the fuse.
3. If the fuse is blown, replace it. Use only an identical
fuse with the proper rating. The fuse must be 7 amps.
4. Insert the fuse into the fuse holder's socket, press
the fuse holder back into the amplifier. Turn the fuse
holder's cap clockwise to tighten it.
Press in SPEAKER A or SPEAKER B on the front of the
amplifier for the channel you want to listen to. Or, press
in SPEAKER A and SPEAKER B to listen to all connected
speakers.
Speaker A
NOTE
Speaker B
If you have connected 4-Ohm speakers to the
amplifier, do not set both SPEAKER A and
SPEAKER B to IN (use 8-Ohm speakers only for this
mode).
replacing the fuse
If the amplifier does not operate, you might need to replace
the fuse on the back of the amplifier with another 7-amp,
250-volt fuse, (not supplied).
Fuse
Holder Cap
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product specifications
FAQs
Input Impedance................................................................. 20k Ohms
Continuous Output Power
Stereo at 1 kHz ....................................... 125 Watts x 2 (8 Ohms)
Stereo at 1 kHz ....................................... 175 Watts x 2 (4 Ohms)
Bridged at 20 Hz to 20 kHz .......................... 250 Watts (8 Ohms)
Bridged at 1 kHz ........................................... 350 Watts (8 Ohms)
Total Harmonic Distortion
(@ 70 Watts, 8 Ohms, 1 kHz, with Band Pass Filter)
MIC (Phone Jack) ............................................................... 0.20%
MIC (XLR Jack) ................................................................... 0.20%
CD/AUX .............................................................................. 0.15%
PHONO ............................................................................... 0.20%
Input Sensitivity (at 0.5% THD, 1 kHz)
MIC (Phone Jack) ............................................................ 1.35 mV
MIC (XLR Jack) ................................................................ 1.35 mV
CD/AUX ............................................................................ 500 mV
PHONO ................................................................................. 3 mV
Signal to Noise Ratio (Input Shorted) with WTD
MIC (Phone Jack) ................................................................ 65 dB
MIC (XLR Jack) .................................................................... 65 dB
CD/AUX ............................................................................... 75 dB
PHONO ................................................................................ 70 dB
Frequency Response (at 1 Watt, ± 3dB)
MIC (Phone Jack) .................................................40 Hz ~ 20 kHz
MIC (XLR Jack) .....................................................40 Hz ~ 20 kHz
CD/AUX ................................................................20 Hz ~ 30 kHz
PHONO (RIAA 100 Hz/10 kHz) ..........................+13dB ~ – 14dB
Notch Filter Effect
Range ....................................................................300 Hz ~ 3kHz
Depth .................................................................................. –12dB
Noise Level (Input Short) ....................................................... 0.75mV
Speaker Impedance ............................................. A,B (4 ~16 Ohms)
A+B (8 ~16 Ohms)
Bridge(8 ~16 Ohms)
Power Requirement ..................................................... 120V AC 60Hz
Power Fuse ...............................................................7 Amps/250 volt
Dimensions ................................................5 3/8 x 19 x 14 1/2 inches
(136 x 482 x 367 mm)
Weight ....................................................................... 27 lbs (12.3kgs)
We do not expect you to have any problem with your
amplifier. But if you do, these suggestions might help.
Why isn’t my amplifier powering up, even though I have
tried turning it on and off?
• The fuse might be blown. Check the amplifier’s fuse
and replace it if necessary.
• The speakers might not be connected properly. Check
all connections.
Why can’t I hear anything?
• The amplifier’s LEFT/RIGHT VOLUME, MIC1, MIC2,
MIC3, MIC4/PHONO, or CD/AUX controls might be
set to minimum. Adjust the volume control to the
desired setting.
• The speakers might not be connected properly. Check
all connections.
• A microphone or cable might be faulty. Check all
microphones and cables.
• The speakers might be the wrong impedance for
the PA. Make sure your speaker wires are 18-gauge
(for wire length up to 7.6m). For best results, use the
shortest length of speaker wire possible.
• The amplifier might have shut down. Turn the
amplifier off and let it cool down. Make sure the
amplifier is properly vented, then turn it back on.
Why am I hearing feedback?
• The FEEDBACK FILTER might need to be adjusted.
Turn the FEEDBACK FILTER clockwise until you
reduce or eliminate feedback.
• Your microphones or speakers could be too close
together. Reposition the microphones and speakers.
NOTE: Specifications are typical; individual units might vary. Specifications
are subject to change and improvement without notice.
NOTE: Actual product may vary from the product images in this document.
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• Keep the amplifier dry. If it gets wet, wipe it dry
immediately.
• Use and store the amplifier only in room temperature
environments.
• Handle the amplifier carefully; do not drop it.
• Keep the amplifier away from dust and dirt, and wipe it
with a soft cloth occasionally to keep it looking new.
• If your amplifier is not performing as it should, take it
to your RadioShack store for assistance. To locate your
nearest RadioShack, use the store locator feature on
RadioShack's website (www.radioshack.com), or call
1-800-The Shack (843-7422) and follow the menu options.
Modifying or tampering with the amplifier's internal
components can cause a malfunction and might invalidate
its warranty.
This product is warranted by RadioShack against manufacturing defects in material and workmanship
under normal use for one (1) year from the date of purchase from RadioShack company-owned stores
and authorized RadioShack franchisees and dealers. For complete warranty details and exclusions, check
with your local RadioShack store.
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04/04
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