Share a single source with up to 4 pairs of headphones. Individual level control for each output. The included 12V AC adapter is powered by it. A built-like-a-tank construction.
👤I never knew it was possible to dislike a headphone amplifier as much as I dislike this thing. There is a The good news first. It sounds good when it's working. There is a During a session, I discovered that my Headphone 1 mix has a bad channel. The singer could only hear one side of the phone. I switched over to mix 2 to complete the session after about 20 minutes of problems. There was more fun than that. I couldn't get the unit out of the rack. The thing is over the standard 1.75 inches. There are four round head screws that protrude from the bottom of the chassis, which is exactly 1.75 inches. I discovered that I had damaged the piece of gear below when I tried to remove it from the rack. There is a The bad channel popped on after I removed the chassis. Woohoo! I have used a lot of Mackie gear over the years and always liked it because it was always bullet proof. I haven't purchased any of their gear in a while. I fear that things have changed. This was a complete failure and I would like you to look elsewhere. Side note... The reviewer stated that the unit is not stereo because he only hears one side of his headphones. Looks like there are quality control issues.
👤I give this 5 stars because it's very well made with metal parts and everything, but the only thing that's bad is that my headphones are STEREO, so be careful. I can only listen to one side of my headphones.
👤It works great and it's great value. The signal was mono according to some reviews. That's not the case here. It's clear that Mackie wouldn't sell a mono amplifier. Go for it! It works well.
👤I would have liked to give this product a 5 star rating, but I am not able to. I received a bad product. The input jack isn't working right. I only get Mono sound if I push the 1/2 all the way in. I had to tie the two wires together. I threw away the packaging because I didn't want to return it. There is a This is a great product. I would have liked a working unit.
👤I play in a band that does local parties. Our singer wants to hear only keys but during the show he would get loud guitar, so we always had an issue with the speaker monitors. On top looping because of the speakers. We had the best show of the year with this. Many people have said that we bought our own earphones. We could clearly hear everyone, and we could control the level of sounds for each individual. I recommend this for bands that don't want to break their bank to solve what this solved for us.
👤Maybe my expectations were too high for this product. I've always been impressed with the price of Mackie. I've heard a lot of expensive speakers and studio monitors, but I think the Mackie Hr824 are the best I've ever heard. The headphones amplifier sounds terrible. I've tried several pairs of headphones and none of them sound good. The Dt770s sound more treble heavy than normal, lower impedance headphones have a hiss due to the high noise floor, and higher impedance headphones like the HD650 sound like those tinny earbuds they packed with the old ipods. The best sounding headphones I've used with it are from Mackie. These sound decent but don't sound as good as other Amps, including my phone's jack. There is a It's $30 and it will drive every headphone in my collection to a listenable level. It's a great product if you only care about controlling the volume of your headphones, and you want something to do that. It appears to be very durable and well built. It's useful in situations where sound quality isn't a big concern. If you want your headphones to sound good, look elsewhere.
Up to four people can listen to a recorded take at the same time. Each output volume can be adjusted. It's great for use during recording or playing. Features an input impedance of 1000 kiloohms and an output impedance of 10 ohms minimum. 20dB per channel is max gain. The output is a stereo. The power supply has a DC adapter.
👤You might be interested in this amplifier because you had the same problem I had with the FIFINE N6 and the HA400 - they had a pretty nasty "hiss" as well as an artificial treble bite that got pretty nasty once you got to a decent decibel level. I couldn't get a decent sound out of them, even though I was listening to them through headphones or Magnepans. I'm happy to say that the On-Stage HA4000 doesn't suffer from the aforementioned issues. The EQ is clear and concise. Tones are articulate at all ends of the spectrum, and it handles higher volume levels quite well, although it does suffer from a small amount of passive feedback if you get it above '9'. There is a If you're looking for a more affordable-end amplifier, this unit can hold its own. I'm happy with it.
👤The distribution amplifier provides four stereo outputs from a single stereo input source, good smooth volume control and enough gain. If you need a lot of gain to boost a weak signal, this is not the one you are looking for. I wish it had a power switch, I have to plug the wall wart every time I finish a session.
👤This is the perfect option for a small home-based studio. Recommended!
👤This piece of Hardware is very nice. The sound is great and it pumps up the volume.
👤This is okay. You are not getting a high end Amp. It's a good idea to start a small studio or a multi person show.
👤The sound quality surprised me. The sound was expected to be lower. It makes my headphones sound better for home use. I don't regret taking a chance on this product. It is light and small for travel. The product is well worth the price. Thank you for a great product. Keep doing what you're doing.
👤I was told it is a great product after it was ordered for someone else.
👤Nice piece. I need it for a new show. Good sound!
👤El modelo permite transportarlo. La Tracking de Vocales estn incorporado en la home estudio. He visto alguien, no tena un botn de encendido. Si tienes a home studio, buscas, and multiples audifonos monitoreando.
👤No pensé en devolucin, pero el nico detalle est un poco desorientado pues la marca de 0 no llega.
Plug and play is easy to use. The small design of the Type C headphone jack makes it easy to slip into a backpack, purse, or pocket. If you have a question about the product, please do not hesitate to contact them, they will do their best to help you in less than 24 hours. A stereo headphones distribution amplifier. Four stereo headphones. Individual volume control on the headphones. There are two balanced input connections. Stereo input and output.
👤The first 3 devices I tried to add to the headphones from my Apogee Element 88 audio interface were sent back because they were too complex, not flexible, not enough gain, and small. There is a There are no physical controls for the Apogee Element series. Everything is done in an app on a computer. When volume is too loud in headphones, it's best to have a physical volume knob on your computer screen to save your ears, rather than having to reach for a mouse and find a fader. The QH4 4-Channel Studio Headphone amplifier is available. The Samson is unique in that it has a stereo aux in as well as the standard stereo in. I was able to patch the second Element headphone out of my Element 88 because of the Samson aux in feature. The main in and aux in are on the same single internal signal path in the Samson, so I can monitor both of them. There is a The gain structure and sonic quality of the Samson are great. The Apogee Element's pristine signal of volume is not affected by the Samson.
👤Nice amplifier...flawed? See below. Very neutral. Doesn't degrade the audio coming from my computer. The amplifier is straight up and gives you clear audio. It's perfect for home studio use, or if you need to send multiple headphones from your computer. The sound that comes out when I turn on the QH4 is choppy and tinny. I would have to wait for 25 seconds before the clear audio kicks in. I'm not sure if this is how all QH4's are. I'm in contact with the tech department of Samson.
👤I usually don't write reviews for things I don't like, but I'm making an exception this time so people can be warned about the horrible sound quality of the headphones. I bought this amplifier to make it possible for multiple people to hear a recorded mix from a recorder. It had everything I was looking for, including a power transformer, a power switch, a mute switch, and stereo inputs. I turned the unit on an hour before I was going to use it because people thought it had to warm up so the sound wouldn't distort. It would distort before the sound volume was loud enough to hear anything. I connected my old Behringer HA400 Micro Amp to my recorder to eliminate the problem and the music sounded great. The QH4 is a bad design. It looks better than all of the headphones out there.
👤I love this unit. It worked just as well as the cheaper unit. I thought I'd make it out. I use it as a part of my headphones. I've used it to direct feed a pair of Ultrasone HiFi 780s and a pair of Harman KardonBTs, as well as a pair of HK earbuds. Sound is good. The step-up from the Pyle was significant. Meaty and clear. The volume levels on the roof are undistorted so be careful with your ears. I suppose I could share my late night viewing with others but I haven't done that yet. There is a What more can I say? It works well. The price is reasonable for the level of performance. Purchase one!
The portable stereo headphones amplifier is designed for audio monitoring. Each of the headphones has a dedicated volume control knob. Independent buttons for each channel give the ability to mute each output channel immediately. The two-way power system has high flexibility. Two AA batteries, a computer, or a battery pack are all powered by either the Type-C or theUSB AC connection.
👤It's not worth much.
👤We need to talk. Over the years, I have purchased various recorders and interface from you, and they have been fine. Some are better built than others. I always thought the price was fair. This time it was really bad. I got worried when I picked up this cheap, lightweight, plastic, headphones amplifier. The very nature of being taken anywhere didn't inspire any confidence, even though I love the idea of a battery-operated headphones for field work. I am absolutely certain that it would break apart after an accidental fall. That was how cheap it was. Like a 99 cent store. How much? How much is nearly 70 bucks? It was very bad. Don't bother reading this one for the readers out there. Yes, batteries is a nice unique feature, but it doesn't make up for the terrible build quality, squishy pots and buttons that would cut in and out if slightly wiggled. There are other companies that make robust versions. They missed the mark on this one, but they make some interesting and innovative equipment. The two stars are for being unique with battery power and individual buttons.
You need a 3.5MM to If you want to track more than one musician at once, or if everyone in a group wants to listen to a song, you need a monitor distribution system. The compact, flexible PH03 can power up to four pairs of headphones. The upgraded version ofPH06 has a power switch and 3.5 MM headphone output. When a recording session calls for everyone's heads and ears to be in the game, the PH03 is the perfect solution and a real money- saver. The 4 independent stereo high-power amplifier sections in the PH03 maintain the highest sonic quality even at maximum volume levels. The same opamps found in full-size audio equipment are included for outstanding audio performance. The Ultra-Compact Design is a simple solution for studio and stage applications. You can power four of your headphones at the same time with this super-compact amplifier. Let up to 4 people in your studio listen to the main mix while recording, and each of them can choose their own volume level using the dedicated output level controls. Their worry-free 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service are what you get withPH06 Amp.
👤It gives a lot of power to the connections. I wanted to hook up my old 2.1 set with the set I bought for 2.1 but the volume was being sacrificed by the shared connection. I decided to purchase it to see if it helped. There are two sets of 2.1 speakers that have full usage. I'm afraid they will blow as I imagine they will. I connected 2 single 40w speakers along with 4 others as a test and all of them had full volume. The performance of each would be weakened by a direct connection. I'm happy with the performance and it's unbeatable.
👤I have good headphones that have different impedances from 20 to 150 Ohm. There is a Each headphone has its own sound, volume, and special needs because of the external noise. There is a Each person could use a different volume and adjust to their own preferences. There is a My mother is not hearing well. She likes to watch movies or the news with me. She liked it a lot and we have used it. She adjusted the volume to her needs and I did the same, it solved the problem. It's recommended for other purposes as well.
👤I bought this so I could listen to the same music with my friend. All I was looking for was fidelity on the ports. The volume controls are convenient. It's not possible to ask for more given the price. My only suggestion for improvement would be to have the input on the back side and the outputs on the front, which would make cable management easier. I wouldn't call it portable since it requires a wall outlet, but that's not an issue for me.
👤The newer model of ROKU allows listening through headphones, which we replaced with a newer model. It's not designed for multiple headphones, and the remote has to drive them. If you want to watch something on the ROKU with someone else, you need something like this. It allows each listener to set their own volume, which is a real benefit. What can I say about wire management? I'm not saying that it's perfect or that it's an excellent amplifier, but it's really good for the price, and it solved the problem at hand.
👤I am using this to manage audio source feeds to mini-stereos in different locations in my house, it works great sound quality is good, helps compensate for signal loss from multiple extra long cables. I discovered that two of my cables and one old splitter were bad and this helped me single them out.
👤My TV has a very low analog output, so my speakers sounded very low, especially with videos on websites like YouTube. There is a This is what I needed. There is a This is not a turntable amplifier.
👤This works great because I have my music headset, gaming headset, and PC speakers all hooked up. No need for an accessory!
👤The product is well built and has good volume control for two of the four dial options, however, the other two have static at low volume and one knob barely works. I am giving a low rating because I reached out to their customer service two weeks ago to see if I could get a replacement, but have yet to hear back from them.
35mm amplified headphones have their own volume control. It has an amplifier circuit that produces a signal-to-noise ratio greater than 98db. It accepts line-level audio input over the stereo jacks on the back or the headphones through the optional 1/4 TRS jack.
👤The first order was an error, but it was worked out. I use this for a wired connection to my TV, for movies, and for video games. It is working well for me. I don't like the fact that the options provide too much latency. There is a Hopefully you know what you are doing, there is no instructions in the box. I have only seen two down sides so far. The power on light is very bright. While watching movies in the dark, this has to be covered. The device has no power switch. I plugged it into an extension with its own switch, so you have to either do that or not. The product didn't claim to have either feature, so neither of these warrants any demerits. There is a My initial setup was catching some leaks. The added power from the headphones was catching the stations on the radio. I relocated the amplifier because I couldn't hear the feedback.
👤I decided to buy a cheap amplifier after I realized that my Audio Technica ATH M50x Headphones weren't very good when plugged in directly to my computer. I don't have enough money to support a hobby like audophiles, even if I was. They fixed my problem and didn't sacrifice the quality of the audio I was playing. The audio was made louder but the quality was lower. I think they'd be worth a buy for the cheap price.
👤Two of these are connected to a soundboard. I can split and send audio to separate equipment. It works well. Sometimes I use it for headphones when more volume is needed. Sound output is good but not topnotch. It is good enough for most people. Sound is clear and accurate. It reproduces well and does not make any noise. The unit is well built. The stereo/mono switch is useful when using with the sound board because it has only 1/2 inch input and output jacks. The value is great.
👤The need for multiple people to be monitoring mixes at the same time made this unit an inexpensive solution. The Monoprice has plenty of power into each jack, while not coloring the sound going in. It has a small footprint. I would recommend others to buy from me again.
👤Sounds great. The mono/stereo switch is very useful. It's amazing to be able to switch between the two headphones to check your mixes. The inputs are in the back and the outputs are in the front. It is a nice feature. Sturdy construction, but the knob resistance is inconsistent. Some are tight and some are loose. Something that you notice when you use it is not a big deal. Overall value is great.
👤It was a very useful item and died after a month of use, no idea why or how it died. It's no longer running.
👤I don't use this as a headphones amplifier, but it works great for that! I bought this to use with a low end Pioneer DJ controller that only has 2 main outputs, not only did I need it to increase the overall audio output to the amps, but I needed a better way to provide an audio source to the self powered DJ booth monitors and sub. I don't have to bring my high end equipment unless I want to!
The input for the headphones is compatible with most line-out players. The output is compatible with most earphones. The Blucoil 4-Channel Headphone Amp can provide up to 4 independent headphones. It's compatible with 3.5mm inputs. Control the Canals. If you want to adjust the volume of the connected headphones, you have to use the individual volume control knobs. There are offers of STEREO to Mono Swing. The stereo-to-mono switch can be used to change the stereo signal to mono. Listen up the audio! - The channels give up to 20dB gain. The low output impedance of the amplifier gives you enough power for your headphones. This allows your headphones to perform at their best. The AC 12V 300mA power adapter is included with the 4-Channel Headphone Amp. When powered on, the amplifier has a light indicator.
👤I have two desks, one for work and one for play. The gaming desk has a bass shaker and a set of self-powered speakers. I have headphones for when booming audio isn't appropriate. I've spent $50 on different audio splitters to try and get the audio signal from the pc to the different outputs. The power output from the pc soundcard to the various speakers when used simultaneously is barely providing enough signal strength to power the buttkicker. I wanted something where I didn't have to plug in the outputs. This thing does what I need it to. Everything is connected with a constant volume control and plenty of power to push a strong stereo signal to all the outputs. It works as advertised, and is one of the best investments I've ever made.
👤When I got my headphones. The output from my computer was not loud enough for the phones. I have a set of headphones and speakers for listening to things on the internet. I can set individual levels for each of the three speakers, instead of having to individually change the volume every time I switched listening mode. The sound quality is good. It's convenient to use either a mini or a mini stereo plug to route the outgoing signals.
👤I'm picky when it comes to my music and after doing comparisons with and without the amplifier in the loop, I couldn't hear any difference in the sound. There is a When I hear a difference, it's when I turn them up. ... They get louder than my phone. I've tried it with 2 headphones and it pushes both. Excellent quality is what it is. You will not regret the purchase.
👤I bought this to see if I could use it to change the volume in my ears. The output on the radio was connected to the input of the splitter. If you want to use the headphones or earbuds with the Y cable, you have to hook it to the 2 output ports. This works well and gives you control of both sides. This works on my other devices as well. It's not marketed for people with hearing loss.
👤The monitoreo de grabacin has mucho ruido, puedo llevar el volumen. No sea tan, afortunadamente. No necesito ms volumen. There is a There are 8 audfonos (cuatro de 1/2 and 3.5mm) in el material.
👤I am able to play the piano while others listen.
👤This product is not supported by the company's customer service department. The user manual doesn't provide a phone number for customer service.
👤Increased the volume of headphones.
There are 4 screaming-loud stereo headphones. Control room monitor control w/ level control and monitor button. Multiple units are daisy chained by using 2 balanced 14” monitor outputs. The 1/3U rack-mount chassis is small. 2 balanced inputs.
👤Sound quality is acceptable for monitoring. I would give this product more stars, but for the fact that one of the two units I purchased came with an incorrect wired input cable, which caused signal loss. The wiring diagram on presonus' website is incorrect. The pin numbering scheme used by the XLR is wrong and the wiring is not correct. I was able to fix the problem myself, luckily one of the cables was wired correctly, and I used a meter to sort out the wiring. The units are working, but beware of the cables. I came up with a solution if you have the same problem.
👤Excellent build quality is what it is. If you want, you can mount this on a mic stand. The sound quality is excellent, with the entry level Shure SE 215-CL in-ear-monitors. This is an inexpensive alternative to get more expensive modules. There is a The included cable should have been longer. I don't see this as something for someone who is moving around a lot, or someone who is standing while playing. If you're standing or moving a lot, you should get a wireless system. If you try to use this with earbuds that are typically included with a cell phone, the power this thing puts out will distort them at low volumes. You need a pair of IEMs with this. Definitely recommended. Good build quality and sound.
👤I use the HP4 for home studio use to allow myself and the performer to monitor with ease, and it's great! I had a MicroAmp. Don't buy that. The power supply is loud and clear. Put that money towards something else. Presonus makes quality stuff at a great price point for those still early in their gear collecting journey. The HP4 looks nice, has a small footprint, sounds good, and does its job perfectly. This thing solved several of my problems, including the stupid HA400 that I had. I need something that will accept L/R input and allow me to run from the Scarlett's monitor outs until I can fix the hardware issue with my Focusrite interface. It's helpful when it comes to tight real estate on the power strip if you have a power adapter along the cord. You actually have access to more outlets if you have fewer bricks on the strip. I highly recommend this item to anyone working on a home studio setup.
👤The unit burned out. It was the 4th day of continuous use. It smelled like burning electronics, and it never worked again. It works much better with the four outputs after that, and should have been bought in the first place. The rating was changed to 1 star because of the failure. I had a cheaper unit that I would take with me to split headphones, but it didn't work well. Decided to spend more on this one. It's solid! It sounds great. It is very clear. It has its own volume/mute with the pass-through on the back. There is an on/off switch with the power supply. I'm going to keep this in my travel commentary pack.
The function details are 1 audio input, 4 ultra-low noise output channel headphones, and restore audio detail. It's suitable for 50mm driver headphones. The Stereo button is free to switch based on the input audio source. The prevent audio crosstalk circuit is very suitable for Audio and Headphone Splitter. The ground nut is used to set the GND in electronic products. The product has nuts to reduce interference noise. This product has a power source that is stable and has a safety and sound quality that is assured. They will pay you within 24 hours if you have any questions.
👤It seems to work well, no distortion and a good build quality, the cable and adapter seem solid. There is a The result: The metal construction makes the build feel very sturdy. The jacks fit cables and the knobs are solid. I prefer braided cords over theusb-c cable that comes with the device. The mono-stereo switch is the only thing that is loose, but it shouldn't happen often. I use a Schiit stack (Magni + Modi) and a pair of HD 6xx's for my setup. I plugged my HD 6xx's into the output jacks of the LZSIG amplifier and then ran a 3.5mm cable to the headphone level signal from the Magni. There is a Sound quality was good. There was no noticeable drop in quality when I compared the output to the raw output. The isolation seems to work when plugging in another pair of headphones or adjusting another pair's volume, as I noticed no interference when plugging in another pair of headphones. The audio quality was good when I used an Apple 3.5mm to USB-C adapter and the output from the OnePlus 7 pro was also good. There is a Convenience. The reason I chose this unit over others was because it used specific and specific power sources. I didn't want to use another type of cable for my devices since they are allusb-c. I've tried a lot of cables and theUSB-C port works well with them. It's portable since a wall outlet isn't required, and it works off of a battery bank's power. There is a Master volume control for the input to the device is nice. There is a The verdict was: The portable nature of this device makes it easier to use, and it is a solid device that gets the job done. If you're going to do some audio signal splitting, I would recommend buying one of these. There is a There is a tip. I used a cable from the Magni to the LZSIG that only caused one of the ears to receive a signal. The cable I was using was marked as stereo, but I saw that in the manual. Buying a new stereo cable from Amazon fixed the issue, so if you run into a similar problem, it might be your cable.
👤My wife and I use to watch the service after the kids go to bed. If you don't use the terminal, you'll get static, sometimes quite bad. If you're anything like me, you might have assumed that the device comes with a ground screw. It turns out that making sure audio equipment has a shared ground is important. It's not as bad with my wife's laptop, but it's annoying if I don't ground it. My laptop and the aux cord I use do not come with a ground screw terminal or separate ground lead. I think this is a very good product, but be aware that you will need a grounding solution to use it properly.
👤I was hesitant to make a purchase because I was waiting on the Behringer model. Went with this off brand one and had an issue at first. There is a small buzz. Plug the headphones into a power strip or wall outlet. That fixed it. There is a The sound quality is pretty good.
The hm-400 is a headphone amplifier.
👤Just what I needed. You get 4 channels with aux mix blend control and 3 headphone outs. The main outs and bass control are also included. It works well, clean and loud.
👤Everyone else loves the mackie, so does everyone else... Thanks a lot.
👤It did what it said it was going to do. It was easy to set up and tune. Great product!
👤Does the job work out for the price?
👤Excellent quality and function. I made my headphones sound better. Love the ability to power multiple headphones.
The amplifier is used with all types of headphones. 4 high-power stereo amplifier. The sonic quality is the highest it has ever been. Each channel has output level control. The DC 12-Volt adapter was included.
👤The unit is sold with a set of 4 STEREO outputs. The unit I received takes the STEREO input, converts it to mono on one side, and then puts the signal out on one side of the output. I can get rough MONO on both sides of the output, but that is not what it said.
👤I own too many pairs of headphones. I was looking for a way to compare them. I bought this amplifier to use a 4 way splitter to compare headphones. The volume knobs make it easy to match the volume of the headphones. I discovered that this amplifier badly distorts the quality of the headphones after some listening tests. A lay person should be able to hear the problems between this and no amplifier. It ruins the bass response and seems to change the response in a way I can't describe. This is a fine tool. Even for the price, hard skip is a serious listening tool. I have the silver version from Amazon and it seems the same. There is a warning This is just a price that is advertised on Amazon.
👤I was skeptical of this headamp since I bought one that was $100 and it did what it was supposed to do, but I realized it was expensive for what it was. I was unsure about what it was capable of doing. I took the risk and bought it. This is worth $25 It did the same thing as my other $100 did. I saved myself the extra $75 and bought a packet of Cable Matters 3.5mm to 1/2 in adapter. It's not the sleekest headamp you can buy, but it definitely gets the job done. Happy shopping on Amazon!
👤I have a computer with a sound system and headphones attached, but I was wearing out my jacks. It would take a lot of desk space to bring in a mini-mixer from my setup. I saw this thing and knew it was the schnizzle. It arrived today and I am happy to report that it is a good deal for the price. It seems to have a negative effect on the bass, but just doing a small amount of software to boost the bass turned this into a 5 star device. The cables are out of the back and the knobs are high quality. I bought some 3.5mm to 1/4" stereo jacks since my stuff is 3.5mm but a nice 5 pack fixed this since you need 5 to fill all the slots. The unit is large and looks sharp. The metal case makes it look like it is ready to hit the road, but still looks good. The unit has a good weight, and the amplification is modest, with a little distortion after 1/3 throttle, like most mixers. To make my Bose sound louder, I turned my laptop to max and the speakers to half volume. I usually run it at 1.5 to 3. The little mixer is very quiet and there is a small hum when disconnected from the amplifier. There is a If you have two or more audio setup on your computer that you are constantly changing between, you need to get this unit along with the appropriate converters and you will never regret it.
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