Allows the vocalist to depress to mute his mic with a footswitch and redirect the signal to the monitoring system and/or intercom. This passive floor box is equipped with an XLR mic input, momentary f... Read More
Allows the vocalist to depress to mute his mic with a footswitch and redirect the signal to the monitoring system and/or intercom. This passive floor box is equipped with an XLR mic input, momentary footswitch, and main and monitor XLR outputs. Designed for dynamic microphones.
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I'm a music director at my church. we learn a lot of new songs through out the year and have different line ups of musicians. this is perfect for counting of songs and calling transitions , and instructions to the band and sound board with out talking through the main speakers. i play guitar too so i like my pedals, but i honestly feel that we got better as a band when i focused just on transitions and communicating during the songs in stead of having the right tones on my guitar. so i unapologetically would chose this, over any piece of equipment in my arsenal. i think every band should have one, especially if you are a cover band that has to learn new songs contently
I bought this to switch my vocals in the main speakers to monitor mix only (for communication with other musicians) and it works PERFECTLY for that. It is super easy to hook up, whether you have a seperate sound board for your monitor feed, or just one monitor for all feeds. I love how easy it is to use. As I lead the band, I can communicate with the musicians without taking my hands off the guitar for hand signals. Radial is an awesome brand, and has made another exceptional product!
Really looked forward to getting this in the mail. I wanted to be able to switch my main vocal mic between my phrase looper and the main board. Ever plug a powered mic in with the phantom power on and volume at performance levels? Then you know what this sounds like when you switch outputs with this thing.