Audica Microzone Amplifier Controller
AUDICA has launched its amplifier AUDICA MICRO zone with many features in the market. In which you get to see different features. This is a 5-configuration amplifier/controller, which gives you many inputs and controller features. It has the facility of a comprehensive switching function, with which you can use it singly or in multiples. Such as a complete system amplifier/controller; an additional field amplifier/controller; a system master; As a slave amplifier or a system equalizer.
Microzone is available in the market with many features, including stereo or 2-channel mono operation. One 0.5V front panel stereo mini-jack input for MP3 and PC connection, as well as two rear panel 1.0V RCA stereo inputs. Switch for common line feed through multiple units with the ability for alternative input selection on zones.
Fixed and variable line outputs for master or independent level control of additional zone units. Equalized line output Front volume control with master output level on the rear for applications requiring maximum levels. IR control via the front panel or an optional RJ45 CAT5 remote IR sensor. Filtered sub output for feed to active sub-bass loudspeakers.
The facility of USB charge is available in the front panel of Microzone. Where an MP3 player uses for a long time, it is fine for that. Such as for use in AV and hotel bedrooms. The exquisite aluminum stick IR remote regulator provided with the MICRO zone copies the front board controls of volume, quiet, and source choice.
In addition to manual backup, the Audica Microzone Amplifier Controller has an auto reserve and start-up for non-oversaw applications, as well as cut restricting. And complete overdrive security with auto-reset for unwavering quality. The head-unit plan of the MICRO zone permits a couple of units to be mounted on a discretionary 2U rack mount board. It very well may be fitted onto any level surface, like a platform or other household item. Cut-on covers cover the trimmings to keep up with the spotless style of the unit’s front panel.