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The amplifier is a self contained compact unit of solid steel construction. The AMIS has four universal input channels with separate level controls. Each channel will accept balanced or unbalanced microphone, line and auxiliary inputs. An electronically-balanced ohm telephone input for paging is also provided. An insert point is also featured on the rear panel for those applications where an additional EQ or feedback eliminator may be required. A balanced mV XLR output is also provided to feed up to six power amplifiers.
A vox triggered relay output is also available on the rear panel for activation of external devices from the vox muting circuit. In most cases this would be used as a muting bypass relay, which when used with the appropriate external attenuator will maintain paging levels irrespective of the attenuator setting. The master volume can be controlled remotely. External VCA control would normally be via a pot connected to a two wire rear panel barrier strip.
A six position push button speaker zone selector with overriding "all call" is located on the front panel. Each of the six zone selectors switch the 70 volt speaker line output to six separate speaker zones.
Any of these tones may be activated from a simple contact closure connected to the rear panel of the amplifier. A Pre- announce defeat switch is located on the front panel. A mic or line signal on channels 1 or 2 will mute channels 3 and 4.
The muting function can be disabled via an internal link.
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