The Behringer's Powerplay P16-M personal mixers provide a great monitor mix for every player by providing an easy, affordable way to give your musicians and vocalists what they really want to hear clearly... themselves. >More
A basic installation consists of one P16-I Input Module, which connects to the main mixing console, and up to six P16-M Personal Mixers, creating a system big enough to equip a typical recording studio, a small to medium-sized band, or a worship team. >More
The Allen and Heath ME-1 Personal Mixer puts the musician in control of their own monitor mix. Each performer can be given a tailored setup that works perfectly for them, whether they crave maximum control over the fine details of their mix or just want the minimum of keys to press. >More
The Powerplay P16 Personal monitor system from Behringer can be expanded by the use of this excellent Distribution Hub. The P16-D Ultranet Distributor from Behringer adds even more musicians to the mix when connected to Behringer's P16-I ADA converter. >More
Convenient and simple to use, the Roland HS-5 allows up to five musicians to rehearse, jam, and record while monitoring with headphones. Players have individual hands-on control of their personal mix, plus access to reverb and COSM effects for guitar, bass, and vocals. >More
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