Russound - A-BUS Local Source Input - White A-LC3
A-BUS Local Source Input
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From our expanded online assortment; IR emitter; auto sensing
This local source input features an IR emitter for simple local source control and auto sensing to override audio.
Russound - A-BUS Local Source Input - White's More Specifications
The A-LC3 Local Source Input allows you to connect a computer, CD player, or other audio source to the room speakers in an A-BUS zone. It automatically selects the connected source when it senses an audio signal. You can then use the room keypad or volume control to adjust the speaker volume while playing the local source, just as you would while listening to a source through the main A-BUS system. When used with a Russound A-K5L keypad, it will turn on the zone's keypad. Designed to install in a single-gang wall box, the A-LC3 connects with CAT-5 cable between the A-BUS system hub (or A-BUS-ready receiver) and an A-BUS Amplified Keypad or Amplified Volume Control.
The Russound A-LC3 is an in-wall local source input module used with A-BUS hubs and controllers in a distributed audio system. An A-LC3 in a room lets a local source or portable audio component be heard over the room?s speakers independently from other rooms in the A-BUS system. The A-LC3 connects between the A-BUS hub/controller and an A-BUS amplified keypad via CAT-5 cable. The ALC3 automatically selects between an independent local source (e.g., portable CD player) and the source of an A-BUS system. It can be used with both single- and multisource A-BUS hubs/controllers.