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Atlas Signal AA-YSUM

Dual male RCA-to-Phoenix passive summing cable

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Don't have enough stereo inputs on your mixer? The Atlas Signal AA-YSUM cable helps to solve this common problem in commercial installations. Often, there are not enough stereo inputs on a mixer/amplifier for playback devices such as CDs, DVDs, tape players, or DSS receivers. This AA-YSUM summing cable combines an unbalanced stereo signal into a mono signal that you can plug into a mono mic/line input to meet your installation requirements.

Stereo to mono

Don't have enough stereo inputs on your mixer? The Atlas Signal AA-YSUM cable helps to solve this common problem in commercial installations. Often, there are not enough stereo inputs on a mixer/amplifier for playback devices such as CDs, DVDs, tape players, or DSS receivers. This AA-YSUM summing cable combines an unbalanced stereo signal into a mono signal that you can plug into a mono mic/line input to meet your installation requirements.

This 3-foot cable uses two male RCA plugs to connect to your stereo audio source, then sums the stereo signal together via an internal resistor network into a mono signal. The single three-position Phoenix "Euro-style" connector will match input and output impedance of most audio equipment. The AA-YSUM cable features Atlas' Sure Grip™ mini connectors, a PolyFlex outer jacket, and Accu-Grain™ multi-strand copper conductor wire. Warranty: 5 years.

NOTE: This item is not compatible with Atlas TSD devices or AA50/AA100 mixer amplifiers.

What's in the Box:

  • Summing cable with dual male RCAs on one end and a 3-pin Euroblock (Phoenix) connector on the other end
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Atlas Signal AA-YSUM

Crutchfield customer from Louisville, KY on 12/13/2017

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

bought for our subcontractor, but he said it worked great

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Crutchfield customer from Reno, NV on 1/14/2017

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I have yet to get this product to work. I am using this to attach an AppleTV to a Behringer ZMX8210 but the Behringer does not sense any signal. I reached out to Crutchfield and they recommended turning off the Dolby on the AppleTV. I tried that and it didn't work. I reached out to the manufacturer and they never got back to me.

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Crutchfield response on 1/24/2017 We're sorry you're having issues with your cable. We forwarded this review to our Technical Support team for follow-up. Lifetime tech support comes with every Crutchfield purchase.
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Overview: The Atlas AA-YSUM is a summing cable used to combine an unbalanced stereo signal into an unbalanced mono signal. The 40" cable features two male RCA connectors on one end that get summed together, via an internal resistor network, into a 3-pin Euroblock (Phoenix) connector, matching the input and output impedance of most equipment. Often, in the commercial audio world, there aren't enough stereo summed inputs on a mixer or amplifier for playback devices such as CD, DVD, and satellite radios, but may have additional mono mic/line inputs that are available. The AA-YSUM lets you utilize these open inputs.

Note: The AA-YSUM is not compatible with Atlas TSD devices or the AA50/AA100 mixer amplifiers.

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