|Number of Channels||1|
|Regulated Output Voltage||48V ±2V DC|
|Short Circuit Output Current||14 mA|
|Residual Output Noise||-71 dBV|
|Frequency Response||10-25,000 Hz|
|AC Input||AT8801: 100-120V AC, 50-60 Hz, 2 W max.
AT8801/EU: 230V AC, 50 Hz, 2 W max.
AT8801/UK: 240V AC, 50 Hz, 2 W max.
|External Power Supply||AT8801: UL and CSA-approved AC power module with 6' (1.8 m) cable.
AT8801/EU: CE and TUV-approved AC power module with 6' (1.8 m) cable. Input: Two 4 mm dia. pins, 19 mm apart (CEE 7/16 "Europlug").
AT8801/UK: CE and TUV-approved AC power module with 6' (1.8 m) cable. Input: Three-pin BS 1363 connector for UK/Ireland.
|Dimensions||5.12" (130.0 mm) W x 2.36" (60.0 mm) D x 1.73" (44.0 mm) H typical|
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Q:Will the at8801 singlw channel work with a at2020 or is there a different power supply that will work.
Q:How can I buy an 8801? I see a cart but no way to add anything.
A:That product is not available through the online website yet.
Q:I was planning to use the AT8801 with my AT2035 microphone but noticed that the residual output noise on the AT8801 is specified as -71dbv while the signal to noise ratio on the AT2035 is 82db. Will the AT8801 significantly degrade the noise performance of the AT2035?
Q:If "phsntom power" means "auxiliary power", why invent a different name? Does the AT2020 have two leads, one to the power source, the other to the audio unit?
A:Please contact our Audio Solutions Department at (330) 686-2600 ext 5000 or at email@example.com for assistance with this.
Q:Does this phantom power supply isolate the 48v from its output?
A:Yes it does.
Q:can this device power the at4060 microphone
A:Thank you for your inquiry. No it will not. The AT4060 has its own rack mounted power supply.
A:If you need a Power Supply for the AT8801, you may contact the Audio-Technica Parts Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A:Thank you for your inquiry. The AT8801 will provide phantom power for the AT897 or any microphone that requeires phantom power.
Q:In which country is made the AT8801?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. These are made in the United States.