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Opus Technologies DCL20-K1 Induction Loop Amplifier Kit


The Opus Technologies DCL20-K1 is a superb Induction Loop Amplifier Kit, which excels most when used in smaller sized areas. This kit has been specially designed to offer accessibility for hearing-impaired people equipped with a T-position hearing aid. Its advantages span far and wide, allowing the DCL20-K1 to be discreetly integrated for optimal results.

The DCL-20 itself contains audio processing capabilities, which enables automatic sound recording level enslavement, lessening the harshness of loud and sudden noises. The provided product comprises of a whole host of items – these include: an Induction Loop Amplifier, Gooseneck Microphone, Loop, Power Block, and x3 Stickers (adapted for hearing-impaired areas).


  • External Power Supply
  • Gooseneck Microphone
  • Coil (with its connections)
  • DCL20 Induction Loop Amplifier
  • x3 Stickers (adapted for hearing-impaired areas)



  • Phantom Supply: 5V, 1mA
  • Connector Type: 3,5mm Micro Jack; phoenix terminal block
  • Audio Input: 2 (1 Microphone or Line Input, and Isolated Line Input)

Power Supply:

  • Current: 1.5A
  • Voltage: 12Vdc
  • Fuse: Resettable
  • Idle Consumption: 0.7W
  • Connector: 2.1mm DC Jack for AC/DC external power supply

Audio Characteristics:

  • Attack: 10ms
  • Release: 500ms
  • Compression Ratio: 1:1
  • Bandwidth: 100Hz to 9KHz
  • Sensibility (Input 1/2/3): -13dBu/ -35dBu / -14dBu
  • THD+N: <0.5% @ 1kHz @ 0.1W and <1% @ 1KHz @ 10W


  • Peak Current: 4A
  • RMS Current: 2A @ 1kHz
  • Loop Resistance: 0.5Ω to 3Ω
  • Maximum Voltage: 6.5V rms
  • Protection: Thermal and Overload
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