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Radial Engineering Debuts New Hotshot 48V Microphone Switcher

Balanced input accepts mic and line-level sources to enable connection of mics, an effects device, line-level output of a vocal processor, or any other device in the chain.
The new Hotshot 48V microphone switcher from Radial.

Radial Engineering has announce the launch of the new Hotshot 48V microphone switcher, designed allow users to seamlessly toggle their condenser or dynamic microphone from the main PA to the monitors.

The Hotshot 48V includes one balanced XLR input and two independent XLR outputs. The balanced input accepts both mic and line-level sources, enabling the connection of microphones, an effects device, line-level output of a vocal processor, or any other device in the audio signal chain.

By engaging the Hotshot 48V footswitch, performing artists can redirect their vocal mic signal away from the main house system momentarily to the stage monitoring or in-ear system for discrete communication with band members or technicians

The Hotshot 48V’s footswitch operates in either momentary or Latch switching mode, and LED indicators display the selected output. 48-volt phantom is supplied, and the unit is powered by an included 9-volt PSU.

U.S. retail price of the new Radial Hotshot 48V is $249.99.

Radial Engineering

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