Neat Little Audio Mixer/Amp

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I found, like others, that a lot of available computer amplified speakers are subject to RFI. I have a couple of large Bose 101 speakers that someone gave me. Due to my previous bad experience with Behringer products, I looked around and found this little gem. The unit is a Rolls MA252 20W mixer and amplifier. It can input 4 stereo channels. I'm liking it! Excuse the haywire of cables in the photos as I haven't gotten around to purdifying things in here.


http://www.markertek.com/product/rls-ma252/rolls-ma252-stereo-20w-ch-class-d-mixer-amp
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Philip KA4KOE

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WOW!!! Thanks Philip.....Just what I was looking for to use a Palstar SP30H speaker...

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George, YV5WZ  / PY3ZZZ
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Philip KA4KOE

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If you run a flex, you need a pair of speakers.
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YV5WZ

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I got a Bose Companion 3...but  I have a Palstar SP30H....I would buy another one  ;-)
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I know this thread is a little old.... but have you noticed any noise coming from this? I have a SP30H that I'd like to use, and I have tried the Lepy LP-2020A but it generates a little noise on a couple of the bands. It is being powered off the station 13.8V, not a wall wart. It's not horrible, but no noise at all would be better... Also generates some horrible hum when my HF-Auto tuner moves the stepper motors, which I'm sure is due to everything being grounded to the RigRunner. 

Anyway, thought I'd see if you felt that it was generating RFI. Like George said if I can get it working the way I want I'd consider another SP30H, they are great.