The Rolls PM55 personal amplifier mixes a stereo line-level monitor signal with a mic level XLR microphone signal to a set of headphones. Has monitor level control, mic level control, mic pass through... Read More
The Rolls PM55 personal amplifier mixes a stereo line-level monitor signal with a mic level XLR microphone signal to a set of headphones. Has monitor level control, mic level control, mic pass through XLR jacks, 2 headphone output jacks, and a stereo TRS 1/4" monitor input jack. The Rolls PM55 is great for drummers who need to hear a click track or backup singers who need to hear themselves.
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I purchased the Rolls personal amp to use for singing backups while I play drums. I have used this system for two shows and it has worked out great. I am not sure how long the battery will last during use, I put a new one in every show and know the battery lasts for at least a 5 hour night. I use this with $20 over the ear sweat proof sony buds and the sound is very adaquate for a 5pc bar band that plays rock loud. I tape the box to my mic instead of my belt, unit has a belt clip but I don't know how that would work with all those cables) I only had the input vol turned to 40% and I could hear the monitor feed above my drums. I am GLAD I purchased this.
I play in an indie rock band and we use a laptop for synth parts that the three of us cannot do live.. I play to a click track and it was never loud enough until I got this thing. Now, sometimes it's too loud, which is fantastic in a packed club setting.. and it still doesn't make me deaf... just provides a little more "oomph" to my click track.. thus keeping my drumming perfectly on time. Excellent little piece of gear.