The phone outputs are 1/4" and 1/8". The BCPM-A2 runs on two batteries and is battery powered. The advantage of boosting the incoming signal with the active amplifier is given by this. Turn up the volume if you need more level than the source is giving you. The power switch and volume control are located at the end of the BCPM-A2 and are easy to reach. Changing the monitoring volume in your headphones is difficult if you are sitting behind a keyboard or drum kit. The BCPM-A2 is for people who can't walk over to the headphones or give the sound engineer the "more volume" sign. You can dial in the perfect monitor level from the volume knob on the belt. The internal mono/stereo switch lets you choose the mode that suits you. When you connect to a source of audio, choose stereo. Select mono when you connect to a single-channel source. If someone trips over your cable, the locking mechanism on the XLR jack will prevent it from happening. Press the locking tab to disengage. Do you not use an XLR cable? No problem. The BCPM-A2's combo jack can accept more than one type of wire. 3.5mm Stereo Headphone Output - Volume knob with on/off switch is convenient. Belt clip is lightweight and durable.
👤I was expecting the device to increase the volume of the IFB. It passed the signal through and did not amplify it. The device looks good, but is useless as a paperweight.
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.
mounting on computers, desk and wall is durable. The OneOdio Studio monitor headphones have a clear sound. Powerful bass, clear vocal, and crisp high tones form stereo sound with large, 50 millimeter speaker unit drivers. It's built to stay competitive. The ear cushions are made of soft padding. The headband is stretchable and can be adjusted to fit you. No more adaptive individuals. DJ style coiled cord is easy to reach from the TV to the chair. There is a 3.5mm plug included. You can plug in the mixer you want to use. The self-adjustable headband and 90 ear cups are ideal for mastering and mixing and can last for hours. All devices have an audio jack. The bass sound is good and the comfort is good. These are the headphones you've been looking for.
👤First off, what are these headphones? Over 40 years of pro audio experience here. There is a These headphones are great for personal listening. DJ quality? If you are talking about a weekend warrior occasional party DJ. DJ use that subjects them to a lot of physical punishment, then absolutely not! They're $30.00 headphones. I give a 5 star for the reasons. Sound quality is important. I can't tell you a real notable difference between my headphones. These are my first 50mm driver phones. Here is my opinion. All you get on these reviews is opinion. The first test. A sound system check. It was very accurate. There is a The second test. Bose studio demo Very good. Music tests. Also sprach Zarathustra. Excellent and Accurate is what Richard Strauss is. Just like I was there, Toccata and Fugue in D Minor. Nice highs and low frequencies. 3. AC/DC, Shoot to Thrill. Yeah, 4. It sounds great. 5. Both GFR and BS versions arenoid. 6. Skynyrd. It would take an awfull headphones to ruin Simple Man and Free Bird. The front row experience is something that should be taken into account. 7. IRON BUTTERFLY IN, A-GADDA-DA-VIDA, Rock ON! There are 8. The CD is called the Acropolis. This is also very Pleased here. There is a These headphones are not what they say they are. Some reviewers have stated that they are not Bass Heavy. They're reproducing more accurate Bass that smaller driver headphones can't. I would call them "Bass Accurate", not heavy. Some have noted that they are not "skull crushing" I have been wearing them for over five hours straight and have used a Neoteck NTK059 headphones. I am pretty sure that all but the most demanding audiophiles will be very pleased with these, even though the Amp did add a positive aspect to the experience. I bought a second pair.
👤I bought these last year and thought they were a good buy but I had no use for them. I have a job in a noisy cube farm where I want to block out all the noise without having to pay for noise-cancelling headphones. I had these on my bed. I decided to give them a chance. I've owned hundreds of headphones and earbuds over the years and I think I'm a pretty good judge of sound quality. These are great for the price. The price to value ratio with these blows them out of the water, as I have other over-the- ear headphones that do the same. If you're looking for clear highs, solid mid-range, and bass that rivals studio monitors in clarity and power at a price that's too good to be true, then these headphones are for you. I sound like a fan. I take listening very seriously. No one can come close to this price. These guys have done a lot. Did I mention the comfort? The build quality and comfort of these is second to none and I wear them for 8 hours a day and 5 days a week. If you want to see what I'm talking about, buy the whole family a set.
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. Carefully tuning and testing for the most natural sound, which will help instruments and vocals sound more life-like, ensure that the high notes are not distorted as well, ideal for personal listening, recording, monitoring, mixing. 50mm neodymium drivers have a high bass and clarity that is never loud or piercing. The OneOdio wired headphones give you a full sound that is unlike anything you have heard before. The earmuffs fit your ear's natural geometry to ensure comfortable and tight music leaks and noise isolation. The headband can be stretched to the size you want. There is a dual jack and a plug that can be used with a standard-sized 6.35mm and 3.5mm plug. DJ style coiled cord is easy to reach from the TV to the chair. Another cable has a line-in mic and can call and chat on-line. It works with many audio devices. It's ideal for a home studio. These are the headphones you've been looking for.
👤I lost 40% of my hearing. Since then, I have heard roaring and whistling all the time. I can't talk on the phone, I hear people who aren't right in front of me, and I can't watch TV with a high quality stereo. I have an extensive collection of headphones from all the big brands, some of which I've spent hundreds of dollars on. I use some for music, some for phone, and some for TV. Not anymore! I use my OneOdio phones for everything. There is a They are amazing. There is no one with hiss at high volume. There is no sound on the edge of silence. There is no distortion at higher volume. There is a beautiful sound. There is a These have changed my life. Did you know that rain on pavement is similar to frying bacon? Is it possible that the sound of a hand running over a sheet is similar to the sound of a wind blowing through a willow tree? I never really appreciated these things before I had these headphones. There is a Thank you, OneOdio!
👤These are the phones I use most. I use them when I play music, play video games, or play guitar because my wife works night shift and sleeps during the afternoon. They don't cancel out all of the noise, but they make it dull. They sound great! They feel like a personal surround system for music, movies, and games. Even when I'm wearing glasses, these headphones are very comfortable. There is a The headphones come with two cables that plug in, one of which is a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, which is perfect for my PS4 controller and my mp3 players. I can use the other jack to plug my amplifier into or into a guitar with a pre-amp. I have a set of headphones that allow me to play guitar without disturbing anyone in my house. Simply insert the cord and turn it to make sure it doesn't loosen.
👤I don't know how these headphones could get 4.5 stars. The sound would be similar to a show called "MUD". The bass was not clear, mids and highs were bad. Unless you like your head in a vice, don't get them. The band was very tight. The ear cups were made of foam. I didn't listen long enough to see if the sound cancellation worked. I sent them back the next day. I broke a pair of headphones that sounded better and were more comfortable.
👤Finally, DJ style headphones with large ears. There is a I have had two problems with headphones in the past, the first being that the wire breaks where it connects to the headphones, and the second being that the wire is molded into the headphones. The ear pads are too small and cause my ears to hurt for about 30 minutes. The headphones eliminate both of those problems. I found that getting a plug on both ends of the wire solved the first problem, but until I found these, they all had ear pads that were too small, making them uncomfortable. These are the largest ear pads I have ever seen. They fit perfectly over my ear, making them very comfortable. The jack on the headphones that the wire plugs into makes it less likely that the wire will break, and if it does, it can be easily replaced. The sound quality is excellent, with better bass than any other headphones I have ever used. I recommend these to anyone who wants a good pair of headphones.
The mic is in and pass through. Lift on the ground. A mono or stereo monitor input. The phone outputs are 1/6 inch and 1/2 inch. It's loud.
👤I need to listen to my drummer's click track. I would run a line with a splitter to him and take a regular set of cheap earphones and cut the right plug off so that I have a single plug that I put in my ear for the 3 or 4 songs that I need. I put the ear plug into my left ear when I have my powered floor monitor on. I found it hard to hear my music as I plugged my ear into the monitor. There is a I was able to use the THRU jack on my powered monitor to put my monitor mix into the headphones with the click of a button, because I found this little gem with it's 2 channels. Problem solved. There is one thing to note. I had to buy an attenuator because the powered speaker's level was line level. The input on the Rolls mic is level and would clip no matter how low you set it. I was able to buy a -20db attenuator for cheap on Ebay from a seller in England. It was under $7 shipped. Don't buy a -50db attenuator for $35. At least not in this case. The cheap one works well.
👤My drummer swears by them, he told me about it a while back. There is a He is correct. There is a I waited so long before going in-ears because I didn't know how much control the Rolls gave me. There is a If you need to learn new songs for the band, you can mic your amplifier at home, run a feed from your phone or tablets, and have the volume in your ears as loud as you want it. There is a Sturdy build, should last a while. Excellent product, really can't recommend this unit enough.
👤The venue we are using for the church worship band is an acoustic nightmare. We use electronic drums and have on-stage amplifier. We wanted to eliminate stage monitor noise and give our musicians control of their monitor mix, so we got into an Aviom personal monitor system. I couldn't convince our purse holders that the expense was justified, so I built a 6 station system using Rolls PM50s, PM351 Personal Monitor Amps and a PS16 power station/distribution hub. I'm under $500 and we accomplished our goal. The sound tech sends a nice mix to the PS16. Each musician can use the " More Me Box" to set the main mix level and his personal instrument level, where he wants it in his monitors. We've stopped using wedge monitors. The boxes are built in the USA and are easy to use. Our production quality has gone up. This product is very good.
👤I design and install sound systems. I was recently asked to build out a new system with a limited budget and in- ear monitors. These in-ears boxes were at a discounted price. The plan was to use the mic input and mic on each box. The output from the board was too loud and would clip the PM50s, making them useless in this way. To remedy this, I used the boxes that were designed and made to run the board output into the correct input. The max input volume on the XLR input is -20db and the max input volume on the TRS input is 40db. I would have known about this issue if I had read the manual.
The stereo headphones have 8 outputs. The inputs and outputs are 1/6-inch. Lower noise, lower distortion and more output. A metal case. It's ideal for any home or studio.
👤My application splits the fixed level into three separate zones, recording output from a stereo receiver into the kitchen, living room and breakfast room. I will have an extra channel to power a pair of wired Bose noise-canceling headphones with a 3.5mm plug and no need for an accessory. I needed 4 sets of 1 meter cables with a male and female split to the stereo jack pairs. There is a The Art HeadAMP 4 quietly feeds a Parasound HCA-1206 six-channel home theater amplifier. Each channel has an input gain that can be used to set the balance and volume of the channel. The HeadAMP 4 and power amplifier give plenty of listening volume with no distortion or noise. There is a The study has a master stereo receiver that has a PC soundcard and other inputs. It powers a 2.1 HSU audio system with the receiver's pre-amp outputs going to a powered sub. Sometimes a different source is needed to feed the recording output than what we're listening to in the study. The power amplifier is turned on when it's necessary to power a certain number of zones. There is a I used to use a passive speaker splitter box, but was not happy with the sound, and the inability to set different volume levels for each zone was frustrating. I was on my second unit and the speaker would sometimes cut out and I would have to jiggle the button several times to get both speakers to work again. The old Parasound home theater amplifier was re-used for this multi-zone use. The first speaker box was a paperweight. There is a I decided to use the HEADamp 4 to ensure good output levels and the bonus to power a pair of headphones for quiet listening, even though the ArtSPLITmix 4 passive splitter/mixer might have worked okay. It would probably have worked well for less or more money if the boxes were made by Presonus. I preferred the Art's front facing controls, left to right channel orientation and expected quality, so chose it over the others. It has a rubber edge that runs along each side to keep it from sliding when I adjust the volumes. Nice! There is a Art didn't respond to my questions about using the HEADamp 4 for this application, which was disappointing. You can listen to the music, but please don't play it too loud. You only have one set of ears, and they are not indestructable. Cheers.
👤This is a nice inexpensive earphone amplifier, but it's not as good as the ones you'd find in a home improvement store. There is a It accepts 1/3 inputs/outputs, so you don't have to worry about adapters. The headphones are clearly oriented towards stereo sources. If you end up in a studio environment with no mono out, you are out of luck. The amplification is nothing to write home about, but it will do the job for most home needs. The transformer brick takes up a lot of space on the power strips. It is not designed to be daisy-chained. There is a It is decent for the money, but you should be aware of the limitations. PreSonus HP4 is a more serious piece of gear.
Pre amplifier or headphone amplifier recommended. Enough power to clearly hear your mix over stage volume, even over drums. The built in limiter helps to control loud signals. Combine your ear buds with your headphones to protect your hearing. Personalize your mix with both mono and stereo settings. A click track or instruments is needed for a cleaner mix. Keep one ear bud in the room. The battery status light lets you know when it's time to change the battery. You won't need to very often with a 12 hour battery life. The easy access battery slot makes changing the 9v battery easy. The 9v DC power adapter is optional. The compact size makes it easy to carry this IEM amplifier. It clips onto your belt so you can focus on your instrument. It's one less thing to worry about. You can throw this in a bag and go. The high quality input and output jacks, knobs, and belt clip make this a road worthy IEM amplifier.
👤I just received this and I am impressed. It is a great wired IEM headphone amplifier for any stationary musician. The features are simple but include everything expected with ear monitors. It has control of volume and pan/mono mix mode. It is easy to replace the 9v battery between sessions, and the power supply lasts for a long time, so it seems like it is a good choice. The enclosure is made of metal. You don't notice it when it's attached to your belt or pocket. The wired in ear monitor system is solid and reliable.
👤I absolutely adore this. The sound in my ears is great. I use a wireless transmitter. I attached the 25' headphone wire to my instrument cable.
👤I wanted to use it to hear other band members over my fiddle. I have figured out how to adjust the monitor that is feeding it.
👤When I pan the audio to one channel, the volume goes to zero. In other words, there is no single channel in both ears. The product I picked up worked as expected.
👤Great product! Well built. I used the 9v battery to power it up, but it didn't need DC power. It lasts longer than any worship service. I used it for a recording session and the battery lasted the whole day. They worked perfectly with my closed monitoring headphones.
👤It's fine to listen to your own music. It is not enough power on a serious envirorment. Sound decays significantly.
👤Well. It started well, but it took too long for more stars. It stopped working after 30 days. When the window ended. There is a To make this right, a replacement has to be made.
👤My husband is able to hear himself very well thanks to this ear monitor.
👤They don't know what it is and never put it on. A cheap product with an annoying 1200htz permanent tone is a bad copy.
👤I didn't work with my existing system.
Personal monitor applications can use in- ear monitor amplifier. The design is ultra-compact and lightweight. High power and drummer proof headphones. There is a locking mechanism for the input connector. There is a power on/off switch.
👤This thing works well. I wear it while playing. There is a hiding place under a shirt. I use ear monitors. Click the knob if you want to turn it on. The dial should be turned up more. Sound is clear and better than monitors. In the picture, we are all wearing P2s, but you can't see them.
👤I bought this little amplifier to boost the signal from my laptop, but the output is not very good. I use a pair of phones, not earbuds. I've been in the audio industry for 60 years, and I'm a bit hard of hearing. The gizmo turned out to be what I needed. It's built like a tank, and the connection seems to be strong so far. If you're listening to something uploaded by someone who's not familiar with audio levels, you can easily correct for less-than-optimum levels with this gizmo. The battery life is stated in the manual as 12 hours. I'm getting about 18 hours on a charge from my Tenergy Li-MH 1000 cells. One of the snazzy male and female inputs are used to output the device. There is plenty of room in the signal. The output level pot has a nice feel, but the power switch at the bottom of the rotation doesn't click. The green pilot is red when the batteries are dead. There is no way to remove the belt clip from the steel case and it is easy to access the battery. I have not messed with the stereo-mono switch since I set it to stereo. It's made in China, but unlike many Chinese products, it's built by people who give a damn. I might buy more and give them to my friends.
👤This is a good beltpack, but needs a few changes to be great. 1. The sound quality is not as clear. The P1 sound quality is comparable to a very high end touring belt. The P2 sound quality is acceptable. 2. A belt clip. The design of the belt clip is an issue. It is affixed to the top of the pack instead of being welded to it. Band members who are careless with it end up spreading the belt clip brackets away from the pack. It is easy to do. I have to bend them back. This won't last long before one breaks off. This is a big issue. The small size of the unit and the use ofAAA batteries over more expensive 9v batteries are the biggest pros.
👤I bought this because I was told to try ear monitors on a tight budget. It's difficult to determine sound quality when I use it with a transmitter and receiver. I haven't tried that yet, but it will work with a wire. I can try the in ear monitors for a cheap. Time will tell how long it will last, but build quality is acceptable and not sure about battery life. I have wireless in ear monitors for about $125. It seems like a bargain to me because they work for me to see how I will like them.
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.
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.
A monitor and a headphones amplifier. A personal mixer that mixes a mic with a monitor signal and hears them via headphones. The mic is flexible. The ground lift switch is included. Stereo Monitor input with dedicated monitor level control. High-power headphone output on the jacks.
👤The unit from Behringer works exactly as it is described, but the mike gain is woefully low, just usable with a condenser mike, but inadequate with a typical dynamic. The circuit components surrounding the mike op amplifier are examined. There is a fix for those who are technically inclined. There is a The mike and the monitor have 2 x 4580 dual op amps. The first opamp of the mike 4580 deals with the actual mike gain, so it's best not to mess with it, as it's essential if the mike is being used to make high quality recordings. There is a The mike pass through integrity will not be affected by tweaking the second op amplifier. It requires a soldering iron and a steady hand. Replacing the strap that feeds the output back to the negative input with a 4k7 and a 1k will give 13dbs extra gain. The unit has changed so the mike volume doesn't need to be flat out.
👤After hours of experimentation and time on the Cakewalk user forums about recording input monitoring, it's an easy and cheap solution. How to hear your last recorded track. The perfect fix for a nagging problem must be created by people in the field. "input echo" is too geeky a solution, involving tweaking "latency", "miliseconds", etc. Plug your interface's output into the MA400's monitor input, then plug your mic into the mic input, and back into the interface. Turn down your mixer's output as much as you need, and turn up your headphones as needed. It was a recording engineer who pointed me to the solution, and I trust Behringer and a search to pick it. I should have talked to my engineer friend sooner.
👤The features of this device are great. It would have been great to have this 20 years ago when I was a drummer, because we were "burdened" to use terrible PA systems. If the sound system had wedge monitors, I was usually the last one to get one and we all had to share the same mix. There is a My only critique is that I had to set the volume so high that I couldn't hear my mic. I have only used it once at a rehearsal. The electric bass was playing with me. I was not smashing my drums because his volume was low. MEE Audio in- ear buds seal my ears very well. I was concerned that the device was not producing enough volume. I was told that the device is working normally. I will try an alternate pair of ear buds if that makes a difference. I'm sure I could always add a small amplifier to boost the volume of my earbuds, but that seems to be not an optimum use experience.
👤If you have a small band and the ability to route various AUX sends to monitors, this little device from Behringer can save you a lot of money. You will need to use the device in a different way than it is intended. The weak signal the input gives for the monitor is the reason for this. The " More Me" mic in and out work perfectly, however and so the solution I use is this: From your digital board use one of your AUX sends as a monitor mix and route it to the mic input instead of the monitor input on the device. Then, mix your monitor with your headphones. It is possible to control all the signals coming to you and adjust your level as you please. It's not a good solution for larger bands, but with the new breed of digital mixers, AUX sends are getting plentiful.
Headphone monitor amplifier products from Unknown. In this article about headphone monitor amplifier you can see why people choose the product. Pyle and Oneodio are also good brands to look for when you are finding headphone monitor amplifier.
Unknown, Pyle and Oneodio are some of the best brands that chosen by people for headphone monitor amplifier. Find the detail in this article. Oneodio, Rolls and Art are also brands that their products are worth to check.