Rolls PM351 Personal Monitor Station

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Rolls PM351 Personal Monitor Station
Key Features
  • For Studio & Stage Musicians
  • Independent Control Levels
  • Line, Instrument & Mic Level Knobs
  • XLR Connections for Microphones
The Rolls PM351 is a mixer designed to make the lives of studio and stage musicians a little easier, specifically by allowing musicians to monitor and control their own levels. If you're a drummer who needs to monitor a click track on stage, or a guitarist who needs to turn down the vocals in the mix, this device is suitable for you. 
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Rolls PM351 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Microphone, Line and Instrument Inputs
  • 3Discrete Level Control
  • 4Microphone Thru and Line Level Output
  • 5Stereo or Mono Selectable Line Input
  • 6Headphone Outputs

The Rolls PM351 is a mixer designed to make the lives of studio and stage musicians a little easier, specifically by allowing musicians to monitor and control their own levels. If you're a drummer who needs to monitor a click track on stage, or a guitarist who needs to turn down the vocals in the mix, this device is suitable for you. 

Input jacks are provided for instruments, line-level sources, and microphones. By means of three independent volume knobs, you can tweak the level of all three signals, and give yourself the best balance. A 1/4" output and balanced XLR thru-put facilitate connections to mixers, recorders, PAs, and more. Headphone outputs are also on hand, one for 1/4" connections and another for 3.5mm terminations.

While the PM351 can support signals that require phantom power, it does require an independent power supply to run. It will not run off phantom power from consoles—that's why the power supply is included.

Microphone, Line and Instrument Inputs

The PM351 features 1/4" inputs for line-level and instrument inputs, as well as a 3-pin XLR microphone input

Discrete Level Control

The front panel features independent level control over microphone, line, and instrument signals

Microphone Thru and Line Level Output

3-pin XLR microphone thru and line level outputs provide output to consoles, PAs, recorders, and more

Stereo or Mono Selectable Line Input

The PM351 features a single 1/4" TRS phone input that can be jumper-switched to accept mono or stereo signals; place the jumper in mono mode and the ring of the TRS cable can be allowed to carry power

Headphone Outputs

The device supports 1/4" and 3.5mm connections for headphones
UPC: 675889035100

Rolls PM351 Specs

Input Connections1 x XLR input
1 x 1/4" instrument input, phone type
1 x 1/4" TRS input, phone type
1 x 1/4" TRS output, phone type
1 x 1/4" TRS headphone output, phone type
1 x 3.5 mm TRS headphone output, phone type
1 x XLR output
Maximum Input LevelXLR: -20 dB
Line: +40 dB
Instrument: +15 dB
Input ImpedanceInstrument: 50 kOhms
Frequency ResponseInstrument Output: 10 Hz to 30 kHz (±3 dB)
Headphone Output: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Output ImpedanceHeadphone: 10 Ohms
Instrument: 100 Ohms balanced
Gain1/4" Connections: 20 dB
XLR Connections: 50 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio90 dB
Power9 to 16 VDC
Dimensions4.5 x 3.3 x 1.5" / 114.3 x 83.82 x 38.1 mm
Weight1 lb / 0.45 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.45 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14 x 8.7 x 4"
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If I were to use this in line with the MX41 as an input to increase inputs to the monitor, would the signal from the mx41b come through ?
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To begin with, I'm confused with your question, as you refer to an MX41, and an mx41b. Presuming that you mean the Rolls MX41B in both instances, then I am further confused by your question about whether the signal from it would come through. The more clearly you state your question, the better the rest of us can understand and offer help.That being said, there should be no problem to take the output from the MX41B into either the line input or instrument input of the Rolls PM351 and hear all the inputs from both units mixed together on the output of the PM351. It has lots of range and volume available, and is a great, clean headphone amp/mixer/direct box. You will want to pay attention to your stereo and mono cables, as well as the stereo/mono jumpers on the PM351, so you know what you are actually listening to. The MX41B is stereo, so I don't know what happens when you put a mono cable into it... it may only appear on one side of the output. Stereo/mono on the PM351 is selectable with two jumpers. Careful with those jumpers, though, they are black and small and easily lost.The quarter-inches are all unbalanced, too, so don't run those cables more than about 10 feet if you can help it. The XLR's are fine for any length, of course.Hope that helps.rcarbaugh
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