There are two microphones, but only one free microphone input?
The problem is as old as sound reinforcement systems! The Palmer tauber Microphone Merge Box solves the problem in a simple way. The tauber has two balanced microphone inputs, which are summed via a resistor matrix to a balanced mono signal that is output at the XLR output. Sounds simple, it is!
Two dynamic microphones or two condenser microphones each should be used. Ideally, they should be identical or similar microphones so that there are no unwanted level differences. Phantom power is passed through to both inputs.
Due to its passive circuitry, the Palmer tauber operates without sound coloration and does not require a power supply. The housing and jacks are extremely robust.
The Palmer tauber is a simple problem solver that belongs in every sound reinforcement toolbox.
- For connecting two microphones to one microphone input.
- Two balanced XLR inputs
- One balanced XLR output
- For two dynamic microphones or two condenser mics
- Passable for phantom powering
- Reliable problem solver for sound reinforcement systems with too few mixer channels
- Extremely fail-safe
- Passive circuitry, no power supply required
- Road-ready housing made of aluminum and steel
- Includes a re-writable tour label to attach to the back of the tauber
- Engineered in Germany
- Product type: microphone summing unit
- Type: passive
- Number of channels: 1
- Transformer isolated: No
- Number of inputs: 2
- Input type: balanced
- Input connectors: XLR
- Number of outputs: 1
- output type: balanced
- Output connectors: XLR
- Housing: extruded aluminum
- dimensions (W x H x D): 50 x 140 x 68 mm
- Weight: 0.36 kg
- Ambient temperature (operating): - 20 - 70 °C
- Relative humidity: <80% (non-condensing)
- Accessories (included): Label (tour label), rubber feet