Radial Engineering

RA-MC3

Radial MC3 Studio Monitor Controller

The MC3 is a simple and transparent monitor controller that provides your home studio with all the features you need.  The Radial MC3 monitor controller is a studio tool that enables the engineer to quickly select between reference monitors, sub woofer or headphones and compare how the mix translates via various playback systems. 


    • Radial MC3 PRODUCT FEATURES:

      • Passive studio monitor switcher with headphone amp
      • Control two sets of monitors and sub woofer
      • Mono sum for AM radio compatibility and phase check
      • Individual 'set & forget' controls to fine tune levels
    • Radial MC3 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

      Specifications  
      Specifications are subject to change without notice.
      Audio circuit type: Passive stereo signal path with active sub & HP
      Frequency response: DC ~ 20kHz (+0dB/-1dB)
      Common mode rejection ratio: -51dB @ 55Hz
      Dynamic range: 114dB
      Noise floor: Stereo: -108dBu; Sub: -95dBu; Headphone: -87dBu
      Maximum input: +14dBu
      Total harmonic distortion: 0.001% @ 1kHz/0dBu output
      Inter-modulation distortion: 0.001% @ 1kHz/0dB output
      Input impedance: 4.4k Ohms Ohms balanced / 2.2k Ohms unbalanced
      Output impedance: Varies with level adjustment
      Features  
      TRS input: Balanced/unbalanced line-level input
      DIM: Variable attenuation up to -72dB
      Mute: Mutes all outputs
      Trim: Level control for DIM, Mon-A, Mon-B and Sub outputs
      Sub output: Full-range unbalanced output with phase reverse 
      General  
      Power: +15VDC/400mA adapter included 
      Construction: 14 gauge steel chassis & outer shell
      Finish: Durable powder coat
      Size: 3.3" x 5.0" x 2" (84 x 127 x 48mm)
      Weight: 1.32lb (600g)
      Shipping Size: 4.75" x 2.5" x 10.75" ( 121 x 64 x 273mm)
      Shipping Weight:  3lb (1.3kg)
      Conditions: For use in dry locations only between 5°C and 40°C
      Warranty: Radial 3-year, transferable
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