Rega Fono Mini A2D manual

Rega Fono Mini A2D
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Exceptional Hi-Fi designed and manufactured in England

Fono mini A2D

Moving Magnet disc stage with USB
Connections via USB to PC
To transfer vinyl to your PC You will need to install
a digital audio editor. Such software is widely
available as a free download (such as Audacity)
from the internet. This is a simple interface which
allows monitoring of volume and balance whilst
transferring your audio to your PC hard drive.
Audio editing software includes a level meter
which indicates the output level achieved when
playing a piece of vinyl. You should adjust the
output as necessary via the ‘Level’ control located
on the front panel. Always take special note of
record levels to ensure optimum recording quality.
Output Level Dial
Input sensitivity: 5mV for 500mV output
Input loading: 47k +100pF
Maximum input level: 70mV @ 1kHz
Output Impedance: 100 Ohms
Signal to noise ratio: 78dBA ref 5mV
Power requirements: 24VAC 85mA
Input for full scale digital output: 7.5mV
Only use the supplied mains adaptors with this product.
Input 230V-50Hz 25mA
Output 24V-100mA
Input 230V-30mA
Output 24V-100mA
Input 115V-60mA
Output 24V-100mA
Input 230V-50Hz 25mA
Output 24V-100mA
The Fono mini A2D is designed to amplify the
signal from a moving magnet cartridge to a
suitable level for all line level inputs of an audio
amplifier. The USB interface also offers the ability
to simply transfer vinyl to PC . The Fono mini A2D
amplifier offers exceptional performance and
convenience and will be a valuable addition to any
Hi-Fi set up.
Input Connections (1)
Connect the signal lead (tonearm leads) to the
input sockets labelled on the rear panel. If the
tonearm requires a separate earth please
connect the earth lead to the earth terminal
located on the front panel of the Fono mini A2D.
Output Connections (2)
Connect the output sockets of the Fono mini A2D
to a suitable ‘line level’ input on your amplifier
using appropriate RCA leads. (Do not connect to
an amplifiers integrated ‘Phono’ or ‘Disk’ input).
Power Connections (4)
Connect the designated power supply to the
power socket situated on the rear panel. Power
on is indicated by illumination of the red LED (3).
Set-up is now complete, simply switch on, sit back
and enjoy!
Rega Fono Mini A2D

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Rega Fono Mini A2D specifications

Brand Rega
Model Fono Mini A2D
Product Receiver
Language English
Filetype PDF

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