Descriptions The mixer amplifier with AM/FM tuner is range from 30W, 60W to 120W. Its design is suitable for both tabletop and rack mount. The two mic inputs by both XLR type and phoenix connectors, mic1 vox level is also provided. Aux input make it possible to add another audio source. The Pre out and AMP in could be used to add signal processing equipments like mixer and EQ to achieve better sound quality. The AM and FM antenna on the rear panel provides secure and convenient operation for radio input. Another unique feature is telephone paging system and music on hold system. Extra chime generator could be added to this amplifier. These 70V, 100V and low impedance 4-16ohm speaker terminals are flexible for user during installation. The 100V technique reduces line losses on longer distances and allows easy parallel connection of multiple loudspeakers. It is typically used in villas, shops, supermarkets, restaurants, bars, theme parks, schools, canteens, garages and other places where BGM creates the right atmosphere, as well as clear voice announcement is needed. Features Amplifier built-in AM & FM tuner Remote control is provided over tuner control Tabletop and rack mount design Rated power output from 30W, 60W to 120W 70V, 100V and low impedance 4ohm and 8ohm speaker outputs 2 mic inputs by both XLR type and phoenix connectors. Mic 1 of VOX feature with priority over other inputs except tel input, vox level is provided 1 Aux input and extra chime generator input Tel input and music on hold for telephone paging system Built-in chime and chime activation button on front panel Pre out and amp input for other signal processing equipments like mixer and EQ Mic1-2, aux and master volume control, bass and treble tone control Band, auto/manual, up and down functional buttons for MP3 player Power indicator and output level meter Current limiter, overload, short-circuit and thermal protection Optional Panel with/without handhold Faults monitoring module, it can output short circuit signal to achieve main/spare amplifier switch.