[NAMM] Radial Engineering Relay Xo mic switcher
Radial Engineering will showcase at NAMM Show 2014 various new products, including the Relay Xo microphone signal switcher.
The Relay Xo is an evolution of the DM1 system designed to convert a vocal mic into a talkback communication device for live musicians to discuss directly with engineers, technicians and the other members of the band.
The Relay Xo box features a female XLR mic input and two male XLR output that can be switched thanks to the A/B button or an external switch (Radial JR1 o any momentary switch like a sustain pedal) connected to the dedicated XLR or 1/4” jack input.
This way, you can send the microphone signal either to the PA or the intercom.
A second jack output allows for linking a second Relay Xo for stereo operation.
The Relay Xo will be available in March 2014 with a US street price of $220.
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