The HotShot DM-1™ is a dynamic microphone switcher with a momentary toggle footswitch, allowing an artist on stage to redirect a vocal mic to feed the stage monitoring system and communicate with band members or technicians.
- Redirects mic signal to communicate with techs
- Allows band members with in-ear monitors to chat between songs
- Momentary switch requires foot action to engage
- Passive design does not require any power to work
Professional stage communication
Designed to address on-stage communication problems for artists who employ in-ear monitoring systems, the HotShot DM-1 is a simple passive footswitch that enables artists on stage to quickly reroute their signal without disrupting the performance. Using the DM-1 is easy – connect any dynamic mic to the input and the send the main XLR output to the mixer, then connect a cable from the second output of the DM-1 to feed a common intercom buss. As soon as you depress the momentary footswitch, the signal going to the main output is muted and redirected to the monitoring system. This allows the musician to discreetly speak with other band members or discuss a technical problem with the crew. As soon as the footswitch is released, the system automatically reverts back to normal operation, allowing the show to continue on as normal.
|Audio circuit type:||Passive, true-bypass|
|Frequency response:||20Hz ~ 20kHz|
|Size (L x W x D):||3.9″ x 3.6″ x 2″ (99 x 92 x 51mm)|
|Weight:||1.25 lb (0.56 kg)|
|Conditions:||For use in dry locations only between 5°C and 40°C|
|Warranty:||Radial 3-year, transferable|