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ART Headtap Headphone Controller

Product Code: 325100

This is a passive device with an input to connect the PA or monitor amplifier and an output to connect the headphones. A volume control regulates the headphone level and internal resistors keep the unit’s impedance high enough to protect the headphones.

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Driving headphones from speaker lines can be problematic. Being deafened of having the cans incinerated on your head are just two possibilities!! The HeadTAP is designed to connect headphones to a speaker output or a line level signal source. It is designed to allow many boxes to be connected in series via the stereo/mono loop jacks. Apply up to two sets of headphone and adjust with a single control. It is more convenient if both sets of headphones are the same or similar impedance. Passive so no batteries or power supply is required. All inputs/outputs and function knobs are clearly labelled.


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  • Verified Customer
    on 02 September 2011
    I wanted a way to allow performers control their own headphone volume during a recording session using a simple passive solution (i.e. with no batteries, power supplies etc). This does the job perfectly. Since it's passive the source volume needs to be quite high, because this box will only attenuate.