The ADP-1.2 speaker-level to line-level interface attenuates speaker-level audio from a stereo receiver or amplifier to create a line-level signal. This line-level signal can then be fed to a high-powered amplifier for those applications requiring greater power.
Also it is a very useful 'get out of jail card' for when the wrong cabling might have been pulled for a sub-woofer or when you only have speaker cable available for sending signals into larger power amplifiers or home cinema AVR's.
The ADP-1.2 can handle up to 250 W/ch RMS continuous, and has a standardized screw-less removable snap speaker connector, with standard left and right dual RCA outputs.
Russound ADP-1.2 - Speaker Level To Line Level Adapter/Convertor Features & Benefits:
Ideal for 'Compromised' wiring issues
Changes speaker level to line level for any amplifier
Can be easily mounted via two screw fixings for deft installation
Russound ADP-1.2 - Speaker Level To Line Level Adapter/Convertor Specifications:
Power: 250 W/ch RMS continuous & 500 W/ch peak
Input Connector: Screwless removable snap connector
Wire Size: Up to 14-gauge wire
Output Connectors: RCA female
Dimensions: 2-1/2 x 3-3/4 inches (63.5 x 95.25mm)
Weight: 0.4 lbs (0.2 kg)