Described as 'compact Eurorack enclosures' by 4MS, Pods are a set of small boxes to put just a handful of modules in...
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The transformerless, Class‑A DI input circuit from Phoenix Audio's DRS2 mic preamp has spawned a range of dedicated active DI products, the latest being the single-channel Nimbus DI.
If you're looking to add wireless functionality to your favourite mic, Xvive's U3 could be just what you need.
Retrokits' flexible MIDI interface proves that good things do indeed come in small packages.
The Two Hand Touch is a kind of Batman's utility belt for the live sound engineer who mixes from an iPad.
We put sE's claims of truly transparent gain to the test...
Speaker decouplers aim to isolate speakers from the surface on which they sit. This newer, more affordbale DMSD 50 Pro design has been optimised for speakers weighing up to 12kg (ie. most nearfield monitors).
This handy gadget aims to take all the hard work out of tuning your stringed instruments.
Drop Kick uses a small pickup/mic underneath that amplifies the acoustic sound when you tap your foot on the ‘pedal’...
The ‘True Phantom’ unit appears to be a typical two-channel phantom power supply box but inside it involves a far more sophisticated and elegant engineering approach than the standard IEC-specified phantom supply arrangement.
There are plenty of options when it comes to valve DI boxes, but this offering from Notiko takes a slightly different approach...
This four-channel headphone amp sets itself apart from the crowd with a number of thoughtful and useful features.
Low frequencies are the weak point of nearly every home and project studio — could this unique tactile subwoofer give you the edge?
Quite a few audio companies build separate Bluetooth receivers, but this Alto offering is a little unusual...
Mission Engineering’s 529 is designed to convert the 5V of direct current available from any USB power source into the 9V DC used by most of the world’s guitar effects pedals.
Rycote's innovative Cyclone wind shielding device has been joined by a range of Stereo Cyclones. We test the MS4 kit with a Mid‑Sides stereo array of Sennheiser MKH30/40 microphones.
For anyone regularly needing to mic a grand piano, the Mirizio Microphone Mount is a very elegant and cost-effective solution.
The QH4 is a simple, four-output headphone amplifier and each output has its own volume control...
This neat gadget opens up a host of possibilities for electric and acoustic guitar.
The Towner system fits many guitars that have a separate bridge and stop tailpiece. It mainly works with Bigsby B3 and Bigsby B6 vibrato units, enabling them to be secured using a single two-inch strap-button screw.