I bought this product to use live as a headphone amp for a wired in ear solution. I play drums and I originally had the Millennium headphone amp, but it was a little time consuming getting set up with a lot of cables. This seemed like the perfect solution according to the details...literally plug and play. What it doesn't tell you in the details is that you need an amp to run it. I thought this was the amp so all I'd have to do is plug a cable into the Aux out on the desk, into the 'amp', plug my earphones in and go. But when I tried it I only got a weak signal from one side. After chatting to a friend who used them, he explained that they need a power amp to run from. I have since reverted back to my old Millennium set up live, and I use this in the studio for practice and my interface provides the power to run it. Other than that, a great piece of kit for the price. Durable, small and robust.
I spent quite a while looking for one of these things - My options were to spend about three times this amount on something from Canford, or to take a chance with this guy. As it happened, that was a good choice - it's a robust little unit which is very thoughtfully put together. It's very slim, so it's barely noticeable clipped to a belt. I'm pretty sure I could run over this thing several times, and I'd be surprised if I'd even manage to chip the paintwork. The XLR connector is locking (as you'd expect), which for a belt-mounted device is a bit dangerous, as anyone who has tripped over while wearing a ClearCom will tell you. Your trousers will rip before the cable comes out... so when that happens, just hope you're not on-stage trying to look important.
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