A Better Way PA systems are great for projecting sound out over a crowd, but they're not great for practicing in your basement. Players have to crank their amplifiers to get up over the drums, and all that sound bounces off the walls, floor, and ceiling to create a muddy, unpleasant mix that no-one is ever happy with. Singers have to strain their voices, bass players have to position themselves just so, and the drummer just can't hear any of it. There's a reason they call it a volume war, not a volume misunderstanding.
With headphone monitoring, players can prevent the room from mudding up the mix, making it easier to hear details and nuances, all while enjoying the freedom to set their own personal levels. When you hear better, you get better faster because you're learning the songs the right way, building the right habits and muscle memory. It all adds up to more productive rehearsals and better sounding shows.
Compact and Portable Toss it in your backpack with a few cables and head out. It's easy to set up, and even easier to use, so you can jam with friends wherever the day takes you.
The Studio Experience One of the major advantages of full stereo signal is the ability to let the mix open up and breath. With the BedRoom's Stage control, for each musician you can spread the instruments out on the sonic stage for superior clarity in the mix.
A Slice of the Pie Intuitive SoleMix controls make setting your own mix a snap. Each musician takes a colored, numbered section, sets the input trim controls for their own instrument and microphone, then adjust the levels for each individual musician to create a dynamic, custom headphone mix. Every time you play you get the perfect mix, because it's the one you've created to suit your own personal needs.