About the Russound ADP-1.2 Speaker-level to Line-level Adapter
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I'm the wireless networking and AV hookup specialist for most of my family and friends, but I guess that's just how it goes when you work at Crutchfield. I've been with Crutchfield's Creative Department since 2006 and throughout that time, I've written about home theater sound, TVs, cameras, multi-room audio, and wireless music systems.
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Use this adapter to convert a speaker-level signal to a line-level signal. It's great for sending the amplified output of a multi-room audio system to a more powerful amplifer, or adding a second amp to power more speakers. The adapter features a four-conductor speaker wire input and a female RCA stereo output.
- speaker-level to line-level adapter
- handles 250 watts per channel RMS
- handles 500 watts per channel peak
- attenuation: -30 dB
- input terminals accept bare wire up to 14-gauge
- female RCA stereo output
- 3-3/8"W x 1"H x 2-1/2"D
- warranty: 10 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # 9500-200891
What's in the box:
- Speaker-level to Line-level interface
- Instruction manual
I have a slightly older Onkyo Integra A/V r and after randomly seeing a YouTube video I was directed to Crutchfield a the product worked very well signal test showed only 0.06 -db. line noise. Thank you Crutchfield for the mounting video tips.
Jimmy from Northampton
I have an Epson projector that plays sound through a small, built-in speaker. As a result, the projector has no audio output ports. Will this device allow me to convert the audio being received by the projector and export it into a speaker system?
Just use the audio output from your source( example- dvd/bluray) and hook it up to a sound system. Another option is to connect your audio source to directly to a powered speaker.
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More details on the Russound ADP-1.2 Speaker-level to Line-level Adapter
Overview: The ADP-1.2 is an easy way to adapt a stereo speaker-level signal to line-level; this line-level signal can then feed an amplifier or other audio device. It can be used send the amplified output of a multi-room system to a more powerful amplifier, or to add a second amplifier to power more speakers. The input terminals are screwless and accept bare wire up to 14 gauge. The output is female RCA jacks (stereo). The maximum input power is 250 watts RMS per channel.
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