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  • Example Description

    In this example an HS250 is providing local BGM (Back Ground Music) sources as well paging and streaming.

    The SD Card used with the HS250 can contain MP3 music files as well custom messages and tones.

    These custom messages and tones (in MP3 format) can be recorded onto the removable SD Card.

    The Bluetooth receiver in the HS250 allows streaming from a suitable portable device such as a phone or tablet.

    An AMX526 paging microphone allows for paging with priority to the store.

    Telephone paging is also possible using a LIU1 (Line Isolation Unit) connected to one of the line level inputs. If connected to inputs 1, 2 or 3 this can have priority over BGM inputs.

    For speakers - 8 x QFC6CS 6-inch coaxial ceiling speakers are shown. At 20 watts maximum power and being a true two-way speaker these are ideal for retail installations.

    Alternatively, any of the QF range of ceiling speakers or one of the many wall mount box speakers can also be used.

    If required, WMA Series volume attenuators (not shown) can also be used to adjust the volume levels in either the indoor or outdoor areas.

    Extra features on the HS Series mixer amplifiers include,

    4 power output models – 60, 120, 250 watts
    9 audio input channels. 6 rear & 3.5mm line, Bluetooth and MP3
    Individual gain/equalisation control on all external audio inputs
    Magnetic cover for customer concealed eq and gain controls
    Individual channel attenuation on rear inputs
    Tamper-proof channel attenuation by disabling external volume controls
    100 volt line, 70 volt line or 4 ohm operation

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    HS250 - Discontinued
    250W Mixer Amplifier
    MP3/WAV Player, Bluetooth®, Tone Generator
    Desktop Paging Microphone
    Ceiling Speaker
    20W 6 inch coaxial
    Speaker Cable, Figure 8
    250m roll, 2 x 0.75mm², Meter marked, White
    6RU Integrator Rack
    Wall Mounted
    Line Isolation Unit
    Audio to Telephone Converter

Small Shop with Streaming Paging and Messages - Application Example

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