Palmer Monicon L

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Passive Monitor Controller

  • Robust metal housing
  • Real wood edges
  • 2x Jack/XLR combo input
  • 2x RCA connector and 1x 3.5 mm Stereo jack input
  • 2x XLR male output
  • 1x Mono sum XLR male output
  • Switchable mute
  • Switchable mono-summing
  • Switchable PFL
  • Input selector
  • Output selector
  • Adjustable headphone output
  • Adjustable AUX volume
  • Dimensions: 218 x 77 x 100 mm
  • Weight: 1140 g
Produkt dostępny od Październik 2015
Numer artykułu 368774
Ranking sprzedaży 1 szt.
Number Of Monitoring Outputs (Stereo) 2
Headphone connection 1
Talkback Function No
Built-in AD / DA converter No
Incl. Remot control No
Level Meter No
Number of 2 track inputs 1
Summing Function No
Surround No
Design Desktop
Dimensions 218 x 77 x 100 mm
Weight 1,1 kg
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Dostępny B-Stock od 137 €
149 € 690,00 zł
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Mooi en oerdegelijk
Dave VW 14.01.2022
Best een mooi toestel. Met die houten zijkanten krijgt het die vintage look, oogt altijd leuk in een studio. Gezien die passief is geeft die ook een realistische weergave van het geluid. Voor zijn grote ook wel vrij zwaar en gebouwd als een tank.
Echter jammer dat je -gezien er meerdere speakersets kunnen worden aangesloten worden- geen afzonderlijke volumeregeling is voor de verschillende uitgangen. Dit was voor mij iets wat ik echt wel zocht. vandaar dat ik toch opteer voor de grote broer ‘monicon xl’
Niks verkeerd dus eigenlijk aan deze monicon L maar voor mij te beperkt.
Gezien dit de eerste monitor controller is die ik aankoop was dit nog niet volledig duidelijk wat ik precies kon verwachten van dit toestel. Ik vind het dan ook wat raar om 2 speakersets niet apart te kunnen regelen.
In de toekomst wil ik ook de mogelijk hebben om een sub aan te sturen vandaar dat deze terug gaat en de grotere versie de betere keuze wat mij betreft.
Btw: As always, super fast service and delivery by Thomann!!
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Palmer Monicon L does what is promised in style
Peter FC. 23.04.2022
The Palmer MONICON seems to fit the bill. It looks nice and solid and doesn't cost a fortune.
The Monicon is a clear device that is available from Thomann for just under €60. There is still the big brother Monicon L. This offers more features (such as two separately switchable inputs and outputs), but costs €100 more.

unboxing
The unboxing is pretty unexciting, the Thomann package comes with a cardboard box that pretty much corresponds to the size of the monicon. Palmer also included a piece of styrofoam to completely fill out the box and instructions.

The device
The Monicon comes in a simple black design, the metal looks really good. The wood paneling on the sides shouldn't have been necessary for my needs, but it looks high-quality and is therefore found to be in order. The workmanship is very good and the device feels heavy in the hand. There are rubber feet on the underside (next to a barcode babbler) so it doesn't just slip on the table.

On the front there is a pleasantly large attenuation control. This feels very valuable. The controller is sensibly rastered: At high volumes (low attenuation) very fine adjustments are possible, at lower volumes you can very quickly turn large areas through. That makes sense and I like it!
Next to it are two small buttons "mute" and "mono", which also do exactly what you would expect. The buttons don't quite match the quality of the large controller, but still have a good feel. You can still see two black screws on the front panel, which somewhat disturb the otherwise quite simple design.

sound
The sound is as it should be: just like without the Monicon. I couldn't see any differences, at least in an A/B test. In this respect, everything was done correctly here. The controller runs very smoothly and there were no scratches on the brand new device. Whether something is still happening there can probably only be said after a certain amount of time.

Conclusion
The Monicon is the perfect device for my purpose. At 100€ it is quite cheap and can do exactly what I want. From my side, therefore, a clear purchase recommendation!
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Elegant monitor control
Anonimowy 23.03.2017
I bought this as I have 2 pairs of monitors and headphones and wanted to easily and conveniently switch between them during mixing.

The Palmer Monicon helps you switch between various monitoring systems such as various speakers or headphones during mixing or your home theatre. It also has a mono button to easily collapse your mix to mono - so no more mono plugin buttons on that master bus!

But the biggest asset of this device is that the controls are sturdy so it helps builds a more disciplined & frame of reference of what levels you regularly monitor at. No more forgetting what volume you were at on that old flimsy volume knob!

The combination of this monitoring device and my small mixer has helped bring my modest small home studio up several notches to a more professional look and feel!
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Sad but true: induces distortion.
Anonimowy 12.03.2017
I bought the unit about 2 weeks ago and have been loving the quality of life improvement while recording and listening to music. It was only because I had to mix something for a client this weekend that I noticed something (after about an hour of trying to figure out why the trumpets in my mix were distorting): the unit was inducing distortion. I only realized this because, after turning off/on most plugins in my mix to no avail, I decided to plug the headphone jack directly in the interface output, and presto: no distortion!

So, I would give this a higher rating, but if you're gonna be using this for mixing or mastering (which I guess most people will), then don't buy it. No matter how much of a good deal it seems, it's a monitor controller that distorts the output, so it's not worth the money. In fact, I'm returning mine.

*Too long, didn't read* I realized that the unit induces distortion in your mix, so it's not worth buying.
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