Works great, would recommend to anyone wanting to here there vocals and still run a monitor mix with personal volume control.
The PM100 provides a mix of a stereo line-level signal with a microphone level signal, and outputs the mix to two sets of headphone outputs. The unit features a monitor level control, microphone level control and pass through XLR jack, two headphone output jacks, and a stereo 1/4″ TRS monitor input jack.
The PM100 is designed for performers who need to monitor their own signal, such as a singer who needs to hear their vocal over a main mix. Other uses include drummers who might need to mix a click track with a monitor signal, or church choir singers who need to monitor their voices over other musicians.
Inputs: -20 dB max XLR 1K balanced, 20 dB monitor
Outputs: 1/4″, and 1/8″ (3.5mm) 8 ohm or greater
Gain: 20 dB 1/4″, 50 dB XLR
Bandwidth: 20 – 20K Hz
S/N Ratio: 90 dB
Power: 9 /DC,300MA
Gain: 20 dB 1/4″, 50 dB XLR
Headphone Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
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- Works great, would recommend to anyone wanting to here there …
Our drummer could not hear our worship leader and it was hard for him to stay on beat during our songs.Our drummer could not hear our worship leader and it …
We are using these for a church worship band in a venue that is an acoustic nightmare. We use Roland electronic drums and have isolated or eliminated on-stage instrument amplifiers.easy to use, and are noise free. Our overall production quality has soared. I highly recommend this product.low cost IEM option
These little guys are handy as heck. I can run my guitar rig (either a Kemper main rig, or iPad / BiasFX backup) and self monitor in stereo. Using ambient aware earphones makes all the difference. Takes an XLR aux send from the main board if you want to monitor anything else. I usually monitor the rest of the band and my vocals on the mic in, but if the sound guy really sucks and/or nonexistent I can run my mic into the Rolls and out to the board. Very versatile. I have the larger model as well, but this one does everything I need as a gigging local musician.Excellent tool for live musicians without pro sound support
If you want an in-ear monitor and do not require mobility, this is a great, inexpensive option to wireless. We play fairly quietly on stage. Our pedal steel player needs to hear himself loud so he can stay on pitch. He sits in the back, so also has a harder time hearing the monitors. Now his amp passes through this baby, and we patch the monitors through, and he can adjust the mix of both to whatever he needs while keeping his amp volume low on stage. Comes with it’s own power supply. Perfect solution for us.Great, inexpensive in-ear monitor if you don’t require mobility.
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