Aviom's BOOM-1, now you can feel your monitor mix!. BOOM-1 is designed to dramatically enhance a performer's personal mixing experience by adding powerful, optimally-processed low-frequency tactile information to an in-ear or headphone monitor mix.
Designed by the personal monitor experts, it's easy to use and provides a natural low-frequency extension to your monitoring environment. The BOOM System products are compatible with all Aviom personal mixing systems and can easily be connected to any audio device that can provide a headphone or line-level output.
Made for musicians using in-ears
In-ear monitors provide a detailed and personal monitoring experience. Adding a well processed low-frequency tactile transducer (also known as a 'bass shaker') to a drum throne, keyboard seat, guitarist's stool, performance platform, or even to the floor of a stage, allows the body to feel bass frequencies, adding realism to the mix. The BOOM-1 Tactile Transducer Processor brings Aviom-optimized DSP to the tactile experience.
Being able to hear and feel your mix can significantly improve the user experience when using in-ear monitors and/or headphones, providing powerful sound usually achieved only with high volume and large, high quality speaker cabinets.
1/4-inch TRS Stereo Headphone In and Thru
Strength control with Signal and Clip LED indicators
Three selectable Feel presets control multiple DSP settings for user-preferred Tight to Loose feel
Transducer Mute with LED (easily compare your mix with and without the tactile transducer engaged)
Seamless integration with any personal mixing system
Locking Transducer Out
Custom tailor the response of the BOOM-1 to a variety of tactile transducers with the DSP Profile settings
XLR mono input for direct connection to the A360 Personal Mixer
XLR mono out provides the DSP processed signal for connection to an external power amplifier for driving large tactile transducer arrays
A Great Combination
Using personal mixers and IEMs/headphones along with tactile transducers allows performers to achieve powerful, exciting monitor mixes at lower in-ear levels. This reduces sound-level-induced fatigue allowing longer, more enjoyable performances while also promoting long-term hearing health.
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