TOA A-2240 MIXER/POWER AMPLIFIER offers versatile features and outstanding value for installed sound applications such as schools, offices, restaurants, shops, factories, houses of worship and large meeting rooms. The A-2240 (240 W) is manufactured with proven TOA quality and reliability.
Features include five inputs, two auxiliary (stereo summing) line inputs. two balanced microphone inputs and one telephone input. Mic 1 input provides 21V DC phantom power (switchable ON/OFF). Speaker outputs consist of 70.7 V, 25 V and 4 ohm. An auxiliary line output can be used for recording or connection to an external power amplifier.
An Auto-Mute function provides voice-activated priority override for the Microphone and Telephone inputs which override the Auxiliary inputs. Auto-Mute sensitivity is adjustable for the Microphone and Telephone inputs. Other features include channel level, master volume controls and bass/treble controls.
Suggested TOA Paging Microphones include: PM-222U, PM-660U or PM-20EV
The A-2240 is not rated for rack mounting applications.
The A-2240 is UL and cUL listed with competitive pricing and a five-year warranty.
Five Channel Integrated Mixer/Amplifiers for paging and background music distribution.
Proven TOA Quality and Reliability with wide frequency response, very low noise and distortion, and excellent output regulation.
Two Mic Inputs, balanced mic, inputs, 23 VDC phantom power switchable ON/OFF.
Two Auxiliary Inputs, unbalanced, stereo summing with dual-RCA jacks for convenient connection of stereo sources.
Transformer-Isolation for Telephone Paging Applications (Telephone Input)
25 V, 70.7 V and 4 Ohm Speaker Outputs with screw type barrier terminal strip.
Auto-Mute Priority Function
Inputs: Mic 1, Mic 2 and Telephone take priority.
Inputs Aux 1 and Aux 2 function as background inputs that mute -30dB during paging operation.
Auto-Mute Sensitivity Control for adjusting mute activation threshold.
Individual Channel and Master Volume Controls
Bass/Treble Tone Controls
Recording Output for connecting an external amplifier or recording device
Over-current and Thermal Protection Circuitry prevents potential damage from overloads, short-circuit and overheating