Active Subwoofer Modules for the Digital Age
Due to state-of-the-art technology in the digital D class, the digital active subwoofer modules from MONACOR provide a powerful bass reproduction in self-built subwoofer systems. The components feature a high power efficiency and provide an energy-saving operation. The lightweight design of these models which are available at an attractive price ensures a low total weight of the speaker system.
Class D active subwoofer module, 200 W at 4 Ω
High-performance active module in class D technology
Variable low-pass filter: 40-200 Hz (18 dB)
Continuously adjustable phase control 0-180° for perfectly matching it to the main speakers
Line input, par. line output
Integrated bass boost of approx. 3 dB at 40 Hz
High power reserves
This revolutionary award-winning amplifier is designed as a two-channel amplifier using class D amplifier technology. It can be used for powering low impedance stereo systems with a maximum power of 2 x 40 Watt, while bridging to a constant voltage (100V and 70V) is possible with a maximum output power of 80 Watt. A switch-mode power supply allows a wide variation of main voltages for global compatibility.
The integrated SourceCon™ module* slot allows the implementation of any available compatible module, offering a true all-in-one solution. Typical applications are the implementation of an audio streaming module or internet radio module. Additionally, a stereo line input allows connection for any kind of external audio sources.
A balanced mic/line input allows connection for an announcement microphone with compatibility for condenser microphones using the integrated phantom power supply (15V). A priority switch overrides the background music when enabled and compatibility with line-level sources (e.g. voice file players) is guaranteed by wide gain adjustment (0 dB ~ +50 dB). This gain adjustment controls both the sensitivity of the line inputs on the rear as on the front. Thanks to the 2.8” TFT display and the push rotary dial on its front, an unmatched user experience is achieved.
Please pay attention the RCA input is combined with the line input at the back of the device, meaning the rear input is disabled when the front input is in use.
A line out connection at the back of the device is making the device even more versatile. This line out can be used as a preamp output, where the input and volume are the same as the internal amplifier or as a separate secondary stereo zone output, where both zones (inputs, volume control, and many more..) can be operated completely independently of each other.
A priority mute contact on the back of the device mutes the music at the presence of a contact closure between both terminals. Priority enabled on mic-in overrides the muting, allowing emergency announcements or voice messages.
The MFA series are both RS232, RS485 and TCP/IP controllable allowing implementation with home & industrial automation systems and peripheral devices. Using the freely available AUDAC Touch™ 2 application, control and configuration can be done from any portable or non-portable device on any location and at any time.
Desktop installation or mounting in an equipment rack using the MBS310 series mounting adapters is possible. The half 19” rackspace enclosure allows single installation in a 10.5” equipment rack, or side-by-side (two devices) in a 19” equipment rack.
When installed the (optional) ANI44XT Dante™ audio network interface, music from the installed SourceCon™ module or connected line input signal can be shared throughout your Dante™ audio network to other compatible devices or amplifiers. Using Dante™, you can even play priority messages with near-zero latency (100ms) to the audience.
*SourceCon™ modules optionally available. MFA series does not come pre-installed with one of these modules.
*MFA series is expected to be compatible with TouchLink™ from June 2021.
*Automation tool: the MFA series does not have built-in relays, it will only be possible to send commands via AUDAC Touch™ to other TCP-IP products. 2-way communication between devices is not possible.
*NOTE: The powers shown for low impedance stereo mode may look strange to be equal for 4Ω, 8Ω and 16Ω loads, however these figures are true and correct. The output voltage is increased at higher load impedances to guarantee the maximum output power is achieved. These figures are depending on a correct output setting configuration in the ‘Settings’ > ‘Amplifier’ > ‘Output’ and ‘Output type’ menu.
The COM series public address mixing amplifiers are providing an ideal solution for small to medium size commercial sound systems. Different configurations in terms of output power and connectivity provide an enormous flexibility for numerous applications. The COM12 is capable of delivering an output power of 120 Watt to 100 Volt constant voltage systems or 4 Ohm low impedance loads. Six input channels with individual level control allow connectivity and mixing to a wide variation of music sources. Four balanced microphone inputs (XLR) containing phantom power (15 V) and two priority allow connection for almost any (dynamic or condenser) microphone. Two inputs selectable between stereo balanced line (RCA) and microphone (6.3 mm Jack) allow connection for any source such as CD-player, music computer or portable device, or enable to expand the total microphone count to 6. The remote microphone and tele-paging inputs allow expansion of the system with a paging station (with chime tones) or couple the system with your business telecom system (or any other priority line source). Using the priority mute contact, coupling and muting can be done through an external fire alarm system. The output level can be adjusted using a master volume control accompanied with 2-band tone regulation. The level is indicated with a 5-segment VU-bar while output selection is made possible using an integrated 5-zone speaker switcher. Both table-top installation or 19” (2HE) equipment rack mounting is made possible using the included adapters.
The COM104 is a compact but versatile public address mixing amplifier which offers solutions for small to medium size audio systems in commercial installations. Typical applications are background music systems in retail stores, bars, restaurants and office buildings.
The compact and simple design allows installation in any location and operation through any possible user.
The amplifier is designed using Class-D amplifier technology and delivers an output power of 40 Watt to constant voltage (100V and 70V) or low impedance (4 Ohm) audio systems. A switch mode power supply allows compatibility with a wide variation of mains voltages for global compatibility.
A stereo line input allows connection for a wide variation of audio sources such as media players, radio tuners, internet audio players, … and many more. A balanced mic/line input allows connection for an announcement microphone with compatibility for condenser microphones using the integrated phantom power supply (15V). A priority switch overrides the background music when enabled, and compatibility with voice file players is guaranteed by the wide gain adjustment possibility (0 dB – +50 dB).
The COM104 is a table-top standing device, while rack mounting in 10.5″ or 19″ equipment racks is possible using an optionally available mounting set (MBS310).