RNHP - Precision Headphone Amplifier
Whether you’re tracking, mixing, or just listening to music, your headphone amplifier is as important to the final sound quality as your headphones – yet the world is full of headphone amps with compromised sonics, headroom, and power. To address these shortcomings, Rupert and his team at Rupert Neve Designs have developed the RNHP.
Based on the headphone output circuit in the 5060 Centerpiece Desktop Mixer, the RNHP is a dedicated 24V reference-quality headphone amplifier with specifically-calibrated +4dBu balanced line, unbalanced RCA and 3.5mm (1/8”) inputs, housed in a rugged VESA-mountable steel chassis. With effortless, wide-open sonic performance and the ability to drive any pair of headphones without compromise, the RNHP allows you to perform, mix and enjoy your music with a new level of clarity. Maximum Input Levels "A" XLR I/P: +22.8 dBu @1kHz "B" RCA I/P: +14.7dBu @1kHz, "C" 3.5mm I/P: +3.3dBu @1kHz Output Power: As measured with typical headphones, Z=44 Ω: 3.617 VAC RMS @1kHz = 300mW RMS 16 Ω typical Load: 1.933 VAC RMS @1kHz = 230mW RMS 150 Ω typical Load: 5.108 VAC RMS @1kHz = 175mW RMS Output Impedance .08 Ω @ 1KHz, 16-150 Ω load, 0dBu input Frequency Response +/- .2dB from 10Hz to 120KHz Noise Measured with typical headphones, Z=44 Ω, BW 22Hz – 22kHz "A" XLR Input: -101.9dBV, "B" RCA Input: -100.9dBV "C" 3.5mm Input: -88.8dBV Dimensions 6.5” wide x 4.6” deep and 1.9” tall Power Supply Requirements 24VDC @ 0.25Amp (6 watt) minimum. Use with supplied power adapter, as this has been carefully selected for best output power and noise performance. May be used with a properly configured 24V battery as well.
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