For mixing a microphone with up to three input signals. The line and headphones output level.
👤After many purchases, tests, returns, and cables plugged in and unplugged, I had 2 analog audio signals that needed to feed into a single analog input on my speaker system and be able to play. The cheap and dirty way to deal with this is to grab a $5 headphone splitter and hook it up backwards. If there is a surge or spike, the signal strength from both sources can be affected by the lack of a headphone splitter. I'm not an electrical circuits expert, but the bottom line is that a powered mixer is the best way to get 2 independent signals to feed into a single input without losing strength. I needed a mixer with at least 2 inputs and a compact powered mixer, and the Rolls MX51S proved to be exactly what I was looking for. The mixer has 4 inputs, but only one is used for a microphone. There is a The mixer has a very nice construction with a powder coated metal case, solidly attached input and output jacks, and nice potentiometer knobs with a detent at the 12:00 position. The mixer provides a mild amplifier capability if you turn the knobs past 12:00, but some people report clipping at max gain. This isn't a big deal, as the unit isn't meant to be used as a serious amplifier. I set my system volume to loud enough that a gain of 1 is more than I will ever need, and I keep the input volumes turned down. There is a The mixer works well. I can play both sources at the same time with fully independent volume control, something that I didn't have in my system prior to my upgrade, so I am very glad that it became necessary. The mixer is very small and can fit in one of the shelves of my cabinet. I don't have the space or need for that kind of thing because many other mixers are much larger. I ran into an interesting issue while using this mixer. The sources that I have fed into it are the DAC's. I went through 5 different DAC's before I got a setup that worked correctly all the time. After the optical source was turned off, one of them, an Insignia, started causing loud popping and clicking to come out of my speakers. Only when it was connected to the mixer. It was fine if I plugged it into my sound system. I settled on a FiiO D3 and an eSYNiC because I was pretty sure that the problem was not going to occur with either of them. I don't think the mixer is to blame for the issue not happening anymore. There is a I am very happy with the mixer. It does what I need, does it well, and is a bargain.
👤I wanted to combine the inputs from the microphone receiver and the audio from the television in a small PA system for a fellowship hall area in our church. I needed this mixer to join the two signals into a single input on the amplifier. The microphone signal went to the one amplifier input while the TV audio went into the other amplifier input. The only way to show a video with sound on the TV was through the HDMI TV input, but the amplifier input from the microphone had to be switched to the TV to show the video with sound. They can start and stop the video without changing equipment and add their own comments with the microphones. Several people are thinking about the possibility of having Karaoke in the room. There is a It was easy to set the two volume levels for our inputs because the mixer is built well. The mixer works without noise when it is adjusted. There are still two inputs for the microphone and TV audio after using the RCA inputs on channel 3 and 4. Channel 2 has either a stereo or aRCA input, so it is a logical choice to use for an iPod input. Channel 1 only has an input with a phantom power so we could use it for a wired microphone at some point. It would be useful for a DJ arrangement. We aren't using it at the moment.
There are 6 chickens. The mixer has 6 channels and is compatible with most audio files. Main output plus a jack for headphones. Bluetooth wireless streaming allows you to stream music directly to the consoles and mix all kinds of devices. It's very easy to stream all your music to the mixing board. It works within 1.5 feet. A built-in audio interface can connect directly to your PC and record/edit/monitor high quality audio with Pro Tools, Logic Pro X,GarageBand, and more software. It makes it easy to connect to your audio processor. The sound quality is clean. The portable size is used for small venues. The sound is clean and solid. The DELAY and REPEAT effects add personality to your mixer. It can be powered by either a power source or both. Long-term and heavy use are the aims of Sturdy built quality. Premium recording mixer. The mixer has a dynamic wired microphone and stereo headphones to enjoy out-of-the-box music creation. It has everything you need to do audio recording, home recording, YouTube video, live streaming, and podcasting, so please don't hesitate to contact them, they are very happy to help and strive for good customer service.
👤The learning curve was steep, but this was perfect for what I needed. I had a hard time getting my PC to play music. I figured it out. The mixer and PC should have theusb plugged in. The audio device should be named "JieLi BR17". That's not all! If you press the button on the back of the mixer, the letters PC will light up the mixer if it's in the correct position. Wait... One more thing. There is a button above the vol. It needs to be in the correct position as well. It will interface with your computer.
👤I like that it arrived on time. Everything so far was what they said. I intend on using it for something. I will be hooking it up when the rest of the gear arrives. It will take a few days to work out the bugs and I will post an up date. If you are having a hard time figuring out this thing out, read this. All updates will end with the update. There is a The learning curve was steep, but this was perfect for what we needed. Don't try to use the "Blue tooth" feature while using the interface. It will never work. We tried to find and bridge the bus, but we couldn't. We think for 25 cents worth of parts, both could be used, but it is either a power issue or parts would have made it expensive. We don't understand why someone would design an interface with a feature that can't be used with the interface. If someone knows, please let us know. We would like to speak with the company's design engineer. There is a There was no manual. My partner and I were trying to contact factories and companies, learning Chinese words that were difficult to communicate with, because of the short, cryptic, written in "Grilledlish" instruction booklet. We thought a five minute conversation with the design engineer would be worth it. So far, no luck. It didn't take long for us to figure out how to fix "Tonka toys" and computers too. There is a It took us awhile to figure out all the little tricks, but after a while it made sense. Before you unwrap this thing, you should read the instruction manual to get a feel for the buttons. Plug it in before you use it. Before you start, read the rest of my review. After avoiding 70% of the "One Star" issues people are assigned to, I promise you will thank me later. Right, you haven't kicked yet? There is a The button on the back of the mixer should be depressed if you plug the miniusb to P.C. I would hook us all of your other shiii if we were like us. The lack of power will make dynamic mics very inconsistent. Remember that. Many people are having trouble because of this. You can use a mic on phantom power. It's a good idea to put it all up before time. If you know the interfaced installed your plug and play drivers correctly, the display on the right should light up and say "PC" If it doesn't light up, trip out. Check to make sure the butrtonon is in the right position, check the buttons on the control panel, and make sure the mp3 is in the right position. You should see "PC" in the display by now. If you want to make sure the audio and recording devices on your computer are "JieLi BR17", go into "settings" and "Sound" on your computer. Pick them if they aren't. If you have any microphones that you want to use, I would disabling them as you go to save you pain. There's more to come. There is a As you begin testing your mics. There is a button above the lower row of vol. The knob needs to be in the correct position to record. You need to press the button when you go to see the movie. Since we were on a budget to start a business, I had to make a decision and this was one of them. I realized that this mixer is made by the same company that makes others, at three to four times the cost and up. We didn't want to use our bands high dollar Yamaha 16 channel 1200 watt powered Audio mixer, so we had to find something cheaper. There is a We bought another one to test the quirks because I think we are a little too hard on ourselves. If you have plugged it in while the computer was running, please give us a response. I will try to help. If my review helped, you can find us on our channel on "Broadcast Depth", and if you're interested, you can also subscribe to our channel. There is a We did. There is a Either that or our Chinese language speaking game.
There are power supplies for four head phones. Up to four pairs of headphones can be powered by the Pyle Stereo Headphone Amplifier. Four people can listen to the main mix in your studio. Independent volume controls. The dedicated output level controls allow each listener to determine their own volume level. Independent channel volume knob control for each listener. Also has a power ON indicator. 14” TRS output jacks. The headphones splitter has 4 14” stereo headphone jacks which allow you to control up to 4 headphones at the same time. The source input jack for the Pyle Pro mixer is also included. The audio quality is superb. The PHA40 has 4 high powered stereo Amps that are capable of maintaining the highest sonic quality even at maximum volume levels. The ultra-low noise operational amplifier is included for outstanding audio performance. COMPACT size is small. The professional integrated headphone receiver is easy to carry and use on the road. It's perfect for both on-stage and in- studio performances.
👤Before buying a few to try out, I read a lot of the reviews. There were a lot of people who gave the unit five stars and were completely satisfied with what they got for the low price. There were a few one-star reviews where people said that the amplifier didn't amplify the signal at all. There were also complaints that the jacks were unreliable or mis-sized and that you had to have a plug inserted into the jack to get proper stereo. There is a The very similar Behringer HA400 was also sold on Amazon.
👤When something is described as being, but does not do so, it only deserves a single star. Why? I don't understand why people give 2 or 3 stars to products that don't live up to what they're said to be. J-Sigmo says the parts are worth it. The product is not a collection of parts but a headphones amplifier. 1 star is required. The stars and not the details are what others will see if anything else is put on. A restaurant will tell you that they have all beef burgers, but you will find out they are not all beef. Do you now give 2 or 3 stars? Absolutely not. I checked it before I dismantled it for my project. I found out about it. I wanted to see how well it would run at 9 volts. I used to have a similar product from Behringer that worked fine at 9 volts, but it was removed from the power source. J-Sigmo's Dec. 2, 2015 Amazon review observations are useful. I found over 16 volts before the diode while I was checking the voltages. The wall wart power supply that I checked was 18 v, and the circuit board has a 1000mfd capacitor. The maximum rating of the 4580 chip is 18 v, but it has a 35% error. The little power indicator is now passing 70ma due to its 220ohm current limiting resistor. I am wondering what kind of quality control they have here after J-Sigmo observed that there are 470 ohm instead of 47 ohm resistors. I threw away the power and audio jacks because they were very low quality. Some people have problems with this product.
👤Not sure what the reviews are about. I tried this on my PC to get more volume out of my headphones. I have the correct plugs. I plugged it in from the PC to the amplifier. I plugged my headphones in correctly. I tried all four outs on the amplifier, and it didn't change the volume at all. What? The device gives you four audio outs from one source and a physical turn knob for the volume from it. It doesn't amplify the audio. It was tried on 3 different computers. All three results were the same. There is a It's a good device for splitting a single audio source into four, but does not amplify the audio. It's complete waste of money. It feels solid.
It accepts line-level audio input over the stereo jacks on the back or the headphones through the optional 1/4 TRS jack. Four earphone sets are simultaneously transmit and amplify sound. Multiple people can listen to a single audio source at their own volume preference with 4 independent volume controls. Sound is smooth and steady when crank and clear sound is used. The headset amplifier has a stereo input and output of 1 inch. The power adapter is 12v. There are two purposes:TILE and MULTI PURPOSE. The headset amplifier is perfect for home and professional use. It can be used in live stage performances. It's great for choirs, video gaming, streaming and more. It is a combination of convenient and drug. The design still has powerful sound. It has non-skid foam feet and a steel frame that can hold up to heavy use. Features: The amplifier has a non-skid foam feet, stereo input and output, and a power indicator.
👤I bought the headphones to use with the earphones. The input is a tv. I wasn't expecting a big increase in the sound quality or volume, but I was blown away by the quality of the sound. A pair of Beats headphones and a pair of Audio-Technica studio phones are powered by the amplifier. The amplifier is built to last. The controls are tight. There is a There is no off/on switch. When not in use, I just remove the power cord from the front of the amplifier. The need to order them separately is eliminated by the four 1/4" to 1 /8" adapters. The quality and sound was great.
👤The vocals were missing and the unit was barely audible. Carefully checked connections and power and bought high quality cables and jacks, but it couldn't work out. I gave it 5 stars because it came in a box.
👤Two comments were advertised as new but had not been opened. There is a The delivery was laying on the entry. If it was handed, it must have been to a neighbor who finished the delivery.
👤The clips broke. All of them. I enjoy everything about the amplifier. I need to connect my wires.
👤It's not something I like, but a small $30 amplifier that works great.
👤This product is terrible. When I plugged it in, I could hear a loud sound. When I disabled my computer from my headset, it still did the same thing. It is the worst thing I have ever paid for.
👤After 2 weeks of use, my son rated it 5 stars. He likes the sound quality.
👤Awesome piece. Can connect headphones at the same time.
Four Stereo Input Channels. Each channel has independent stereo level controls. No power supply is required for passive design.
👤I was looking for a reasonably priced solution to an annoying problem. I needed a single audio signal from a small mixer to be sent to 4 sets of speakers around the venue. I have searched online but could not find a product that was close to the ART SPLITMix4 so I give the designers at Applied Research Tech a lot of credit. Just do a search and see if you can find speaker splitters. It's small and portable. A model made by Berringer has more channels out to more speakers and a few tweaking features. It's rack mountable but not portable. The unit is around 4 inches wide and can fit in a backpack or small carrying case. There is no need for a power supply. It worked perfectly in 3 minutes after it was out of the box. Plug in from your mixer and you can use up to 4 sets of speakers from the 4 outputs with separate volume controls. It's all over. The only other accessories you need are the 1/4" audio lines, which can be used for both your mixer and the unit, and the rubber feet, which will stay still on a flat surface. This was the solution we needed. This is a great option for a restaurant, home or small venue where you want to have a set of speakers around a venue with controllable volumes for each zone. It can't be beat for the price. Also, note: We're talking professional live / DJ speakers with jacks and connections, not home theater equipment.
👤I wanted to add volume controls to the audio interface. There are two stereo jacks in the Element. There is a Normally, you connect two sets of headphones to these and control volume with the help of the Element Control software on your computer. It's nice to have a physical knob to turn things down when volume is too loud. I bought this device because of that. I own other ART equipment. It is built like a tank. There is a The design of this unit attracted me because it is one of the only devices I have been able to find where you can feed multiple stereo signals into the unit and have control over each separate signal with an associated volume knob. The problem? A gain killer is the unit. The gain on this unit must be eviscerated before it even gets to the unit's volume knobs because you must feed a hot signal into it. I had to set the signal coming out of the Element device to full-tilt boogie to make my application work and as anyone who works in audio knows, you never want to max any volume setting or knob. ART has a great design that allows one to pass four separate stereo signals directly through a volume knob, and they simply need to make an active version that maintains/passes through the originating sources' signal levels. There is a If what you plug into this unit has a lot of gain, I would rate it a five-star unit. It isn't an appropriate tool if it doesn't. These should be averaged at 3 stars.
The key point is the use of the 1/2” male to male stereo audio cable for input and output. The key is pressed. The Mono version mixes 4 mono signal inputs into one mono signal output. The package does not include the cables. The latest DC 5V power supply mode makes application scenarios no longer restricted. They also provide a power cable for the internet. The equipment needs a 5V1A power supply. Adapter included. Simple control. The audio mixer takes sound from many different sources and puts it into a position to be monitored or routed. Each channel on the linear mixer has a single output from an amplifier, with independent volume control, input plugs and volume control for each channel. The mixer is ideal for multi-keyboard devices and recording, where multiple channels need to be mixed into one audio track. It's great for your keyboard, small stage setup, drum set or submixing before going to the main mixer. The mixer is used. Modern design looks great on any desktop, with large controls that are easy to use and small in size, avoiding tangling wires, clothes, etc. The mini audio mixer has the highest sound quality at all output levels, boasting ultra-low noise operational for outstanding audio performance. It's easy to set up, ideal for quickly mixing 4 line-level signals. Even at the highest volume, the 4-channel mixer can produce the highest sound quality.
👤I broke my old mixer when I accidentally dropped something heavy on it. I was not happy about that. I ordered a new one. The old one was good to me, so I ordered the exact same thing. They seem to have changed this model. The mono/stereo buttons are labeled correctly and now there is an extra grounding screw you can use. The new design seems to be a lot worse in a lot of ways. If I have more than one input plugged in, it produces a very annoying noise, which I'm not sure if it's a ground loop or not. The old one did not do this and I don't have any major sources of noise, so it can't be a very strong signal. The noise is annoying and defeats the purpose of a "ultra low-noise mixer." I threw the packaging away because I thought it would be as reliable as the previous one, so I can't even return it. Hopefully they'll fix this with another revision soon, but I'd rather buy a different one than risk it. There is a My actual need for a mixer is fairly minimal, but when I need one I really need one. I've mostly just been soldering wires to resistors, which is a PITA and not very adaptable. This is more effective. I feel like the sound is slightly different, but I can't tell you how it is or if it adds any noise to the line, which is great. The power is a nice plus for me. It's easy to deal with standard DC requirements, but it's convenient to have a power source that's compatible with the internet. It's easier to deal with the power supply than it is with the battery, and there are more power banks around these days than there are leaves on the ground. The noise level seems to be low, so I think the power worked out well. It's labeled wrong on the buttons to switch between the two modes, which is really annoying. It says on the unit that down is stereo and up is mono. This is not true. I spent about an hour testing with my multimeter after I finished building the cables and then I pulled them apart and assumed something was wrong despite the multimeter showing what it was supposed to show. I don't know why it finally occurred to me to try pushing the button, but the short in the cable was an intentional short due to it being set to mono mode when pushed down. It's weird that someone messed that up, but I know it's simple to leave the buttons the other way. There is a Mono mode is not a downmix, so it probably doesn't have to be noted. Most people would expect this to be what they use for instruments. I only use it in stereo, so it won't work for downmixing, if anyone expected to use it for that.
👤At my desk, I have several computers and an iPod, but only one set of high quality monitor speakers. This mixer allows me to feed all of the sound sources into the speakers and adjust the volume and balance between them. There is a The 5V microusb power jack is convenient because I can use it to power the mixer with one cable. The current draw is very low, so I can plug it into a jack on the hub. There is a I've heard no noise from the sound. It's well built and solid. I opened it up, and it's using a real integrated circuit amplifier instead of just a few transistors. There is a The Mono/Stereo button on each input was not explained well. This button tells you which input you can feed a stereo or mono source into. A stereo source will be fed separately. A mono source will be duplicated and fed to both stereo channels. The mixer has an output jack. There is a The index marks on the knobs are hard to see because they are not colored. A little white paint was used to fix this.
The 4chanNEL has 4 channels. The DJ mixer machine by Pyle is a great way to mix audio from mp3s, mics, and devices that are connected to the internet. Each channel has its own pan, gain, and volume control. Bluetooth music streaming. The sound mixer is compatible with a variety of devices, including a laptop, a phone, and a tablet. You can stream music from your device directly to your mix. There is a mix and interplay on theusb interface. The personal mixer has a 3.5mm jack for microphone input and ausb port for connecting to a computer and playing and recording music. INPUTS: 6 The DJ mixer has a combo jack for mic/line/ guitar inputs and a stereo jack for microphone input. It's perfect for DJ party/music recording. The stage/ studio sound mixing console has a phantom power supply. The design has low noise and high headroom. It's perfect for both beginners and professionals.
👤This is a great device, except for the fact that the driver for the Macbook Pro is broken. The Skype/Zoom will auto-switch to other microphone sources when theusb device drops out. This happened on other devices in the same family. It's a software bug. This is disappointing as this device is simply amazing. There is a The reason I bought this device was so I could use it to loop back audio from my computer. I could hear it with the monitor mix. The monitor mix allows you to hear the microphone with zero time lag. There is a I had to use the ground loop isolators to solve the line noise that I had to deal with because theusb driver simply doesn't work. I returned the mixer board because I found the Elgatousb Wave:3 microphone which does everything in a software package. I spent hours trying to fix this device. If buyers expect a good digital audio experience, I hope they will avoid this product.
👤I purchase this board in January of 2021, hoping to use it to digitise my family's nylon record collection. I wanted to play around with higher quality microphones and sound equipment. There is a The recordings did not retain the stereo left/right distinction after a few recordings. The tracks from the board to the PC were the same. There is a This was not the case for audio mixed on the board itself and going to the main outputs, which had stereo sound. The audio from PC/USB was in stereo and sounded good. My feeling is that this is a manufacturing flaw, designed into the board, and not a flaw with my board. One reviewer has said the same thing. If you want to record stereo music to theusb, don't buy this board. The board will work for the following use cases: mixing live music, playing digital music from the PC, and recording audio where you don't care about stereo sound. I found this board to be enjoyable to use. Solid knobs and controls have a good feel to them. Heavy weight to the board, so it does not move around, good metal construction, good sound from the PC, and the ability to pam/mix left/right microphones together are all positives. The onboard DAC is not bad.
👤My teenage son is a fan of podcasting. I have a microphone with me to go along with it. The microphone jack was the first problem. It didn't work when plugged into the mixer. The cable could have been on the mixer side. I used a regular XLR cable and it worked. There is a It would drop out completely every few minutes when plugged into an iMac running MacOS Catalina. I fiddled with many settings, but it would essentially restart. Returned it and asked for an exact replacement, thinking the first one was a lemon. The second person did the same thing. I'm going on a hunt for another entry-level mixer. Too bad. This had all the right features. If it doesn't work, that doesn't matter.
We offer a 12 months warranty and a 100% money-back guarantee, so they are confident in their product. If you need a premium and durable Y Splitter cable to share music, the DuKabel 3.5mm Stereo Splitter Cable is something you should consider. Not sure? They are happy to help you contact their friendly customer service. Amplifier 4 channels can be used for up to four outputs: no sound burst, minimum distortion at maximum volume. The signal is not lost when all four headphones are connected. Up to four people can monitor the mix at the same time with the 4-channel headphone amplifier. When your audio source is mono input, you can press the stereo button to make it sound stereo. The mini stereo amplifier has a stereo headphones output jack and a source input jack. You must use a stereo audio cable for the male-to-male connection. The male-to-male connection device has a 1/2”TS for it. The packaging does not include the cable. 5V power supply. This product uses the latest DC 5V power supply mode, so no longer restricts the application scenarios. There is an accessory included. The metal structure headphone mixer has a smooth operation knob. It's ideal for stage and indoor performances that require multiple headset connections.
👤I am an electrical engineer and audio nut so I was prepared to be critical of this amplifier. Guess what? It was far beyond my expectations. There is a It is small. Two cigarette packs are laid side by side. You can put it anywhere. There is a It's made well. The metal body with rubber feet on the bottom is also electric. I plugged in a couple of different sounds and it was quiet. There was no noise at all. No hum or hiss. You get the sound and nothing else. I did not power it with anything special. The manufacturer suggests a wall wart that is a UL/CE-rated. I used headphones that were professional quality. The sound was clean at every level. Nice! Another feature may not be obvious. You can change the output and input sound levels. Control of the output sound level is the only thing similar devices allow. The input signal level is not controlled by a "master" volume control. The amplifier accommodates a wide variety of audio sources. I tried it with my electric guitar and phone at high volumes. It didn't change anything. The little amplifier took care of them all. If your phone doesn't drive your headphones to the level you want, get ready, because this amplifier will take it the rest of the way and blow your socks off! Not much else to say. This device is one of the few that does what it's designed to do. You can plug in any micro-USB 5V power supply, and it will show the presence of power with a lighted LEDs near the input jack. There was no silly power switch to use. It's on if you plug it in. You can share the audio output from your phone, computer, or guitar with your friends or band members, and they can each have their own volume control. You can get a good headphone amplifier for less than $100 or $200, and it's made for audiophiles.
👤The build and sound quality of this amplifier is amazing. The volume pots are very smooth and the amplifier is solid. I have not been able to detect signal loss, line noise or clipping even over long cable runs. I assume this thing is using some kind of high-pass/low-pass filters to get a noise floor that low. I can usually tell when I hear a HPF/LPF. The one in this class has an amplifier on the input stage. I can't imagine using an amplifier without one. It's not made for this. I'm using it as a distribution amplifier. I split the audio from the first generation gscartsw switch. One of the runs is only 3 feet and the other is 20 feet long and goes into an OSSC. I had a set up with a passive splitter but it seemed to stress the audio source so I decided to replace it with a Moukey amplifier. This amplifier allows me to boost the volume along the longer run so that I get a stronger signal and no longer stress the source while still balancing the sound between both outputs. It was annoying that it used a different style of sockets, but it was cheap and I like it. There is a There is no power supply included in the amplifier. A lot of power strips have these nowadays, so I used a freeusb sockets from a nearby power strip. I was expecting some noise from the power source but the internal isolation of this amplifier must be really good because I can't detect any degradation of the signal at all.
The Premium Analog Circuit is a system for studio and stage applications. The NJM4580 operational amplifier and the high-power stereo amplifier are included in the Headphone Amplifier. Premium design and design delivers low noise floor and high headroom. Ultra-low-NOISE is what it is. The amplifier has a single stereo source and up to 4 pairs of headphones. Enjoy low noise music. There is four independent level control. This headphone amplifier has features such as high fidelity analog circuit, high power output, large dynamic, low distortion sound quality. Each person can control the volume of their headphones when you and your friends share an audio source. Saving energy is possible by using durable material. There are long wear potentiometers and switches. It's convenient to turn on/off the headphones power amplifier with a power switch whenever and wherever you please. There is complete equipment. The included 12V AC adapter is used to power. There is a Stereo Jack Adapter for free.
👤I thought to use this review to answer a question that might be common. The high impedance of the set worried me. The sound is very clean, and I get a nice volume boost. The main reason for this product is that I prefer to use my headphones through this amplifier even when I am not splitting the signal with other users. It's also a nice headphone amplifier. I like the way the inputs are on the back and the outputs are in the front. The knobs have no wobble. The power buttons light up nicely. 5 stars easy.
👤I was hoping for a better response from the $2K monitor controller than I got. There is a The Donner Headphone Amplifier has a degraded response. The two pairs of headphones I used degraded significantly. There is a The unit does amplify. It's built like a tank. This may be what you need if you're not concerned with pro-quality audio response. Despite the naming convention, I would add that it is not a professional.
👤This was what I was looking for. None of the newer ones transmit sound as loud as I wanted, and I own several headphones from over ear to in ear. Yeah. Yes. I am aware of ear damage and hearing loss. A loser. The device let me crank up the volume without adding noise or distortion. I like this thing. 5 stars for what it does and what it doesn't do.
👤It is not often that I post a review after receiving a product, but this is one of the times I think it is safe to do so. I needed the additional volume from the headphone amplifier to use the large screen TV. I was approved for a cochlear implant, but I opted out because I was told I was at risk for the surgery. I watch TV using closed caption. Even though I don't have the ability to hear sound clearly or understand it, the addition of sound enhances the experience. The sound level in my earbuds is too low. The addition of the Donner amplifier allows me to increase the volume on my TV so that I can hear some sound.
👤I like the feel and quality of the knobs, case, ports, and other parts of the build. The included headphones are a poor quality, feeling as if they're mostly plastic despite being solid-brass looking. There is a The audio doesn't seem to have any hissing or buzzing, but the quality is distorted to me. I don't think the audio is clear, the detail has been lost and the frequencies seem to bleed together. It's noticeable in the bass and deeper frequencies. Attempts to compensate for loss of bass and clarity through software was unsuccessful; increasing bass, reducing treble or modifying settings in any way actually make the distortions worse. If you're not into high definition audio or higher bit rate, this might not be a problem, but I think almost anyone could notice the difference. If I knew, I wouldn't buy this again. I would save for a studio ready version.
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.
There are multiple input ports and independent control. The audio mixer has four stereo channels, is compatible with 8 mono signal inputs, and can collect sounds from many different sources into one Monitoring position. The linear mixer has an input plug and volume control. You can set the input to be stereo or mono. Stereo/Mono The portable audio mixer has stereo/mono signals as well as mixing signals from multiple devices. The audio mixer for streaming uses a chip that is specially designed for audio processing. The 4-channel mixer can produce the highest signal quality and highest signal integrity even at the highest level, without distortion and easy to set up, suitable for fast mixing of 4-line level signals without complexity. Double Output Ports Two output ports are set for the linear mixer. There is an interface for stereo output in addition to the normal left/right channel output stereo. You can use a sound card or headphones to meet your needs. Complete accessories. The product is working normally if the green indicator light is on. The stereo mixer has a heavy metal shell structure and firm knob adjustment. The product comes with two 3.5mm to 6.35mm power adapters, which can be used to solve power problems. Please turn on the floating switch if there is noise.
👤A lot of thought was put into the design of this little gizmo. I use it to control the volume on amplified speakers from my two laptops, a desktop, and a phone without having to shuffle cables between them. It's handy when I have to adjust the volume on conference calls because of the differences in microphones. I'm not sure if it reaches 4 feet, but the only room for improvement would be a longer power adapter cable. The metal box is very strong. This thing doesn't have any of the bells and whistles of a recording studio mixer. Its main advantage is simplicity and compact design. You can use either cable with the stereo adapters. Highly recommended.
👤It worked for 2 or 3 times but now all of the inputs seem to have shorts. I put it back in the plastic bag it was packed in after I stored it and transported it. I take care of my things. It was packed and transported with care, as well as being handled with care a few times. There is a Shame. I was considering buying a few of their pedals. I will not try to return it. It's a cheap lesson. There is a I already have a Beringer mixer but it's a bit heavy and bulky so transporting it can be a bit of a drag. If I need to do quick homework on tunes, I need a small backpack that I can just throw in and have with me. There is a This fits the bill. It fits in my hand. It has enough inputs that I can use it with other players, so we can hear each other if we need to practice together. It comes with rubber feet on the bottom so that the metal doesn't scratch the table. Sturdy metal. The buttons and knobs seem to have been made well. It's small, but tough. It's nice to know that if it gets dropped, it's not going to break, even though accidents do happen and I'm not hard on my things. There is a I removed a star for a few reasons. You need to use an extension cord or plug in a power strip because the cord on the adapter is very short. Sound is the other thing. The sound is thin and I had to turn on the EQ in my tablets to hear the bass clearly, which I don't have to do with my other mixer. It is surprising how heavy it is. The most important thing to me is being able to hear the instruments and parts clearly, not the richness of the music. I will not be using it for pleasure. I just started working with it. I'm happy with my purchase and it serves its purpose right now. I'm going to register mine to see what kind of goodies they send, because they offer free stuff when you register. I will update this post in a few months once I have the chance to use it a few times.
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