One problem for DJs using IEMs is the need for “one-sided” operation. The 3MAX Mix Pack meets that need with two custom-fit, mix-and-match products. First, a pair of our 3MAX custom earphones for total clarity with exceptional bass response. Add to that a pair of Musicians Earplugs, specially modified with coaxial connectors so they can plug into the 3MAX cable. Both are handcrafted in soft silicone for maximum comfort and isolation, designed to deliver amazing audio while protecting your hearing.
The 3MAX Mix Pack is specially priced, too. We upgrade the earplugs with coaxial connectors, upgrade to the large Pelican case for storage, and let you upgrade your 3MAX with our Custom Colors, all at no extra charge.
This bundle combines Etymotic Music Pro electronic earplugs with Sensaphonics custom-fit sleeves (clear) for a secure fit and maximum isolation. Music Pro earplugs offer level-sensitive operation with 9 or 15 dB of selectable noise reduction.
Etymotic Music Pro electronic earplugs are a universal-fit hearing protection system that automatically changes output levels as ambient input levels change. When levels are safe (below 85 dB), hearing is natural, as if nothing were in the ears. As sound levels increase, Music Pro provides a user-selectable 9 dB or 15 dB of sound reduction.
With 15 dB sound reduction selected, natural hearing continues until safe levels are exceeded. In the 9 dB reduction mode, the system adds 6 dB of gain for soft sounds, and adds 9 dB of protective reduction when hearing is at risk. Both user modes include impact sound protection against sudden, loud sounds.
Etymotic provides a selection of ACCU-Fit eartips as part of the product. For a more secure, higher isolation fit, you may upgrade your Music PRO plugs with Sensaphonics custom-fit soft silicone sleeves. Etymotic has selected Sensaphonics as its preferred custom sleeve provider.
Moisture build-up from sweat and body oils can ruin the performance of even the best-fitted IEMs. The Dry & Store Zephyr by Ear Technology is an electronic desiccant system, and the only product we have found that, when used consistently, can virtually eliminate the expense and aggravation of moisture-related IEM failure.
The Zephyr is an AC-powered system with a high-efficiency Dry-Brik II desiccant. Just drop your earphones into the drying compartment, snap the lid shut, and turn it on. The Zephyr uses this powerful desiccant in combination with warm, moving air to gently evaporate and expel moisture from your earphones over its 8-hour duty cycle. Its Dry-Brik II desiccant is so powerful, it also acts as a deodorant. A single brick is good for two months; replacements are readily available direct from Sensaphonics.
Sensaphonics is proud to offer the Tactile Sound Transducer (TST) by Clark Synthesis as alternative to subwoofers that literally lets you “feel the sound” with its Full Contact Audio transducers. More than just a shaker or thumper, the TST429 Platinum captures the physical action of sound wave motion and transfers it to the sense of touch via vibration, allowing you to experience it as sound.
Users of in-ear monitors, especially drummers and keyboard players, are perfect candidates for using the TST on stage. It can be attached to drum thrones, piano benches, stage risers, and dance floors. Drummers report that a single TST can substitute for up to four 18-inch subwoofers on stage!
All Clark Synthesis tactile sound transducers are wide frequency range, electro-mechanical devices designed to produce high quality synchronous tactile and audio sound when attached to most structures. The resulting sound is determined by the inherent resonant qualities of the structure and amount of power supplied to the transducer. The transducers are supplied with a 3/8-inch female fastener embedded in the driven side of the transducer body, allowing a variety of male fasteners to be used for attachment to different structures.
In many common performing situations, there is no dedicated monitor engineer. In fact, this is a common situation in houses of worship and in small nightclubs. In these situations, performers using IEM system can really benefit from having their own mixing station on stage. Aviom Technologies makes a number of mixing solutions for situations like this. Sensaphonics is a proud reseller of Aviom personal mixing products, which are fully compatible with Sensaphonics earphones.
The Aviom Pro16 system consists of an A-Net input module along with personal mixer modules for each musician. The Pro16 system sends 16 channels of 24-bit digital audio over a single CAT-5e cable to any number of Aviom personal mixing stations (standalone or rack mount), giving each performer individual control over channel volume, grouping, panning, stereo spread, and master volume.
The patented 3D Active Ambient is a unique, revolutionary IEM system that allows you to hear your monitor mix while mixing in a selectable level of on-stage ambient sound — all while keeping your ears acoustically sealed. Guitarists can hear their amps acoustically. Drummers can hear their full kit naturally. Vocalists can interact with the audience. Finally, IEM users “get their ears back” while retaining the advantage of controlled isolation from extreme volume. The secret is having binaural microphones embedded in the 3D earphones, picking up natural stage sound that can be added to the monitor mix as desired.
U.S. Patent Number 8,160,261 B2 grants 50 specific claims to Sensaphonics for the 3D Active Ambient IEM System.
Used by virtually every major tour, in-ear monitoring (IEM) systems are a far superior way to perform music live; freeing the artist from the need to stand near blaring floor wedge loudspeakers that can create feedback. Wireless IEM systems allow total freedom of movement, while hardwired systems are ideal for stationary performers like drummers and keyboard players. In addition, when properly used, IEM systems enable users to hear their monitor mix clearly and at lower volumes, protecting precious hearing. As an authorized Shure dealer, Sensaphonics proudly offers PSM in-ear systems.
Shure’s most recent and technologically advanced system. A full-rack-space, two-channel P10T stereo transmitter is paired with two P10R diversity bodypack receivers. PSM 1000 offers network control via Shure Wireless Workbench software, 72 MHz tunable bandwidth, and complete frequency coordination including full-bandwidth scan and infrared sync between components. Designed for large-scale tours, PSM 1000 allows 49 channels to operate simultaneously. Available with or without Shure earphones.
PSM 900 is a tour-grade personal monitor system featuring robust RF performance, exceptional sound quality and ease of operation. Key features include scan and sync frequency selection, unique CueMode monitoring, and the ability to use up to 20 systems per frequency band.
PSM 600 has been a standard in touring sound for over fifteen years. While the wireless version has been discontinued and replaced by the superior technology above, the P6HW hardwired bodypack remains a staple for drummers, keyboardists, and any performer who demands full-range frequency response, but does not require wireless mobility.
Shure’s entry-level IEM system is a great way for a performer to transition into in-ear monitoring. PSM200 is a mono system that accepts two separate inputs for simplified user control. The versatile P2R hybrid bodypack receiver allows a user to start with a wired system and then add the P2T wireless transmixer when wireless becomes an option or requirement.
All Shure PSM personal monitor systems are compatible with Sensaphonics custom earphones. Please note that the following wireless IEM systems have been discontinued by Shure: PSM 700, PSM 600, and PSM 400.
Join thousands of other artists in improving your live performance by converting from bulky, loud floor wedges to in-ear monitor (IEM) systems on stage. IEMs provide high-resolution audio while isolating you from ambient noise, allowing you to hear your monitor mix more clearly at lower volumes, which helps protect your hearing. The Sennheiser ew300 G2 IEM system is the new standard among touring artists, with 1,440 wireless channels across a 36 MHz bandwidth and a full range of professional features. Like all professional IEM systems, the Sennheiser ew300 G2 is fully compatible with all Sensaphonics earphones.
dB Check is the first and only device that measures the sound pressure levels reaching the ear canal. For the first time, users of Sensaphonics earphones can determine their actual monitoring level, and how long they can safely listen at that volume. dB Check is compact, affordable, and easy to use. It’s literally the only way to know exactly how loud your IEM system is running.
For years, musicians have been told that one of the key benefits of going in-ear is the ability to monitor at safer levels, due to the isolation provided by the earphones. But once the earphones were inserted, there was no practical way for the artist to determine actual decibel levels within the ear canal. Until now.