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Xvive U4 Wireless in-Ear Monitor System Professional IEM System Transmitter and Beltpack Receiver for Studio, Band Rehearsal,Live Performance,Camera Record
Description- 【Great 2.4GHz Band】2.4GHz wireless in-ear monitor system create your personal or team's monitor system. uncompressed wireless signal transmission, low noise and latency.Mono balanced XLR or mono unbalanced TS input.Provides smooth frequency response with any headphones.
- 【Less than 4.5ms Latency】Simultaneous broadcasts on 6 channels no-interference, Less than 4.5ms Latency(normal),Up to 107 dB signal-to-noise ratio provides clear, detailed audio at any volume. High Resolution 24-bit/48
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Discussed in Cops called - need IEMs in the TalkBass community
I just went with IEMs and my goal was to hear everything full range, but at a controlled volume that would be much lower than our normal stage volume. I had been wearing some filtering ear plugs which didn't sound great, but preserved my hearing. The band I play in uses an MR-18, the Midas equivalent of the XR-18 Behringer ... ... more
Discussed in Camera audio from mixer in the TalkBass community
Another solution would be to use an auxiliary (i.e., monitor) mix from the board, send it to the camera via something like this: [link] This is not preferable, it would be much better to record audio and then mix later, but if you're streaming this might be the way to go. ... more