Rolls PM50S Personal Monitor Amplifier System

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    Product Description

    Perfect for mixing a stereo or mono line-level Monitor signal with a mic level XLR microphone signal to a pair of 1/8 inch outputs, Rolls PM50s Personal Monitor Amplifier has a monitor level control, mic level control, mic pass through XLR jacks, two headphone output jacks, and a stereo TRS 1/4 inch monitor input jack.

    Rolls PM50S Personal Amp Features

    • XLR Mic In and Pass Thru
    • Ground Lift on XLR Thru
    • Mono or Stereo 1/4 inch Monitor Input
    • 1/4 inch and 1/8 inch Phone Outputs
    • Lots of output level, it's loud
    • Includes AC Power Adapter
    An Effective solution for drummers who need to hear a click track, choir singers who need to hear themselves, etc.

    Product Specifications
    Rolls PM50S Personal Monitor Amplifier System Specifications
    • Inputs: -20 dB max XLR 1K balanced, 20 dB monitor
    • Outputs: 1/4 inch, and 1/8 inch (3.5mm) 8 ohm or greater
    • Gain: 20 dB 1/4 inch, 50 dB XLR
    • Bandwidth: 20 - 20K Hz
    • S/N Ratio: 90 dB
    • Power: 9-18 VAC/DC, 9-24 VDC
    • Size: 3 x 2.5 x 1.25 inches
    • Weight: 1 lb (.45 kg)
    • Current Drain: 60ma nominal no load 15vdc


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    We bought this to power our drummer hardwired in ear monitors. This gives him control over the volume. In the past one of us had to adjust the level for him on the fly and it really was a hassle because we really couldn't get it right on the fly. This solves the problem. Now he is in control.
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