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KEENE VOLUME REMOTE CONTROL (2-PIN PSU)
Brand: Keene Electronics
Keene Volume Remote Control (Euro two pin power supply model)
Ever wished your amplifier had remote control for the volume? Now you can easily add IR remote control to most amplifiers with this simple device. It has two phono sockets for line in and two for line out. Simply connect it in line, position the IR receiver wherever you find convenient and have easy volume adjustment. LEDs for power and confirmation of up and down commands.
It can be used in a number of ways:
Inline in between pre/power amp combinations
Within tape line out/line in loop (if vacant) with the amp set to tape monitor
In between say CD player line out and amp line in (to control that device volume only)
Inserted In the audio output line of say a satellite receiver to balance the volume relative to other devices connected to your AV amp or TV
What's in the box?
Volume remote control unit
Have a look at the instruction manual here (Acrobat pdf file)
***Is this for use within the UK? If so you will need the VRC***
Do you need a spare mains adaptor? KT5E or remote control? KRC1
Do you need any more cables for your set-up? Why not take a look at our 'Leads and Cables' section, we might just have what you are looking for!
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1 Rodney P on 27 Mar 2011 asked :
" What is the difference between the UK and non-UK models, since i would need to use it in UK and France?"
Keene replied: One has a Euro 2 pin PSu the other a UK PSU. If you need to use in the UK and Europe order the VRC and a KT5E.
2 Tony G on 10 Jan 2011 asked :
" I need the model that works in North America (Canada). Does it come with the correct power supply (mains adaptor) for Canada? What is the price and shipping costs?"
Keene replied: We can only offer a UK or European mains supply.
3 Dan N on 07 Jul 2010 asked :
" Hello 1) What range (in db) is the att operating at? 2) What is the SN ratio? Cordially Dan"
Keene replied: The VRC is based around a Dallas 1802 audio grade potentiometer ic This has a THD of about 0.002% and a noise figure of -90dB We buffer the output with a TL074 which has similar specification. The attenuation is 64 steps of 1 dB per step. This gives a maximum attenuation of 64dB. It is based on the reference circuit for the ic that Dallas produced, but we have found an error in this circuit. The input is fed into a bridge to make sure that both ends of the resistor ladder are at the same potential. This works well but does mean that the low end of the resistor ladder is off ground by about 1K. This results in attenuation that is not as high as it should be. (lowest volume setting does not achieve - 64dB) We can do a mod that bypasses the resistor for AC signals but it does produce a slightly worse S/N ratio.
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