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Shure SR106 Electronic Crossover
[SR106]

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Shure MODDED SR106 Electronic Crossover

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The SR106 provides crossover frequencies of 500 Hz, 800 Hz and 2600 Hz. It can be used to provide two output frequency bands or, in conjunction with a second SR106, to provide three output frequency bands, with each output routed to a separate power amplifier (triamplification). The SR106 contains both professional three-pin and phone jack input and output connectors, and can be operated in line level balanced and unbalanced systems.

The SR106 is designed for maximum simplicity of operation and maintenance. A frequency-selector switch and a power on-off switch are the only controls. Silicon transistors and other solid-state devices are used throughout. All components are of the highest quality and are operated well within their respective ratings to assure maximum reliability under normal use conditions.

The SR106 and SR106-2E are identical except that the SR106 operates from 108-132 Vac, and the SR106-2E operates from either 105-125 or 210-250 Vac (switch-selectable).

All SR106 Series units are supplied with four rackmounting screws for mounting in 483 mm (standard 19 in.) audio equipment racks or in optional Shure A30A or A105A Carrying Cases. In addition, the SR106 is supplied with a protective power switch cover and the SR106-2E is supplied with an ac line cord (without power plug). The SR106 (only) is listed by Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc., and is listed by Canadian Standards Association as certified.

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