January 13, 2012, by PSW Staff
POSSE Audio has introduced the Personal On Stage Sound Environment (POSSE) system that interfaces with wireless earphone and instrument systems, allowing artists to independently set the level of their vocal microphone, instrument output, ambiance of the room and any auxiliary input(s). It will be on display at booth 3283 at the upcoming NAMM 2012 Show in Anaheim.
It is supplied with a gooseneck condenser mic for unelectrified instruments as well as a built-in phantom power supply, and also includes a built-in, line-of-sight chromatic tuner (powered by N-Tune), stereo instrument inputs, earbuds, belt box, peak limiter, and direct box.
Further, it comes with all necessary cabling (6-foot MIDI, 6-foot HDMI, 3-foot guitar) and carrying case.
“POSSE was originally designed to correct for monitoring problems that a performer encounters on the stage and in the studio,” states POSSE co-creator Randy Sharp. “We’ve all struggled with trying to communicate with the sound person, dealing with a poor monitor mix, or in instances where the audience or band mates are too loud. Being able to independently set the level of your vocal mic, your instrument output, the ambiance of the room and any auxiliary input(s), you can customize your monitors to a comfortable and performance enhancing mix.”
—Control stage mix or studio feed
—Sets up in minutes & drastically reduces sound check time
—Zero latency with any digital system
—Hear the audience with built-in stereo mics
—Mic acoustic instruments with included condenser microphone
—Built-in, line-of-sight chromatic tuner (powered by N-Tune™)
—Stereo instrument inputs
—Convenient belt box
—Peak limiter protects hearing
—Built-in direct box
—Phantom power for condenser mics
—Runs on AC adapter or battery power (9-volt battery not included)
—Comes with all cables
—Made in the USA
U.S. MSRP is $499.