Rolls PM351 Personal Monitor Station

Rolls PM351 Personal Monitor Station

Rolls PM351 Personal Monitor Station

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Rolls PM351 Personal Monitor Station

Rolls PM351 Personal Monitor Station

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Product Highlights

  • For Studio & Stage Musicians
  • Independent Control Levels
  • Line, Instrument & Mic Level Knobs
  • XLR Connections for Microphones
  • 1/4" Connections for Line & Instruments
  • 1/4" & 3.5mm Headphone Outputs
  • Mono/Stereo Jumper Switch
  • Included Power Supply
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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
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Rolls PM351 Personal Monitor Station
  • PS27s 15 VDC 100-240 VAC Wall Power Adapter
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Rolls PM351 specs

    Input Connections 1 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 Level XLR: -20 dB
    Line: +40 dB
    Instrument: +15 dB
    Input Impedance Instrument: 50 kOhms
    Frequency Response Instrument Output: 10 Hz to 30 kHz (3 dB)
    Headphone Output: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
    Output Impedance Headphone: 10 Ohms
    Instrument: 100 Ohms balanced
    Gain 1/4" Connections: 20 dB
    XLR Connections: 50 dB
    Signal-to-Noise Ratio 90 dB
    Power 9 to 16 VDC
    Dimensions 4.5 x 3.3 x 1.5" / 114.3 x 83.82 x 38.1 mm
    Weight 1 lb / 0.45 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.95 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.016 x 8.819 x 3.937"

    Rolls PM351 reviews

    PM351 Personal Monitor Station is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 23.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Affordable in-ear box for real musicians If anyone in your band wants more me control of their in-ear foldback for both their vocals and an instrument (or two instruments), then this is THE box for them! Ok so it costs more than the 2 channel competition, but this has the essential 3rd channel the others lack, plus an integral stereo DI box, so the total cost is much the same. What is really nice is the way it can be set for mono or stereo inputs on both the instrument channel and the main foldback. The cct diagram even contains instructions to convert the mic channel for line level inputs. A really useful box, and a much better buy in real terms than the competing products, for use by real musicians!
    Date published: 2012-03-04
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from pm351 review This is one of the best, inexpensive in-ear/Headphone monitoring units out there. It has 3 inputs: line level; which is the overall band, mic; speaks for itself, and instrument. It would. Be nice if it had proper switches for stereo/mono and ground lift, instead of using pin jumpers which are a pain in the ass to remove. Also the construction slightly differs from unit to unit. I purchased 5 units and some jumpers are easy to access, some are not. It has a built in DI out for the instrument, although it would be nice to have a single output instead of dual XLR out (right and left). What i would like to see is a line level thru port which can be used to join multiple units together instead of using a separate splitter unit. Overall the band is happy for it can offer at the price.
    Date published: 2014-09-30
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked great for recording studio We needed a unit that had the ability to mix two line levels as well as a mic. For 6 of the mics we didn't want to pass audio through the PM351. Instead, we ran a mixminus from the console to the instrument inputs on the PM351. Then we ran 6 direct outs to the PM351 line inputs. Other non-critical mics we just ran the mic audio through the PM351 with good results as well. We found that removing the volume knob from the unused control helped minimize confusion. Also, keep the volume all the way off on the unused input.
    Date published: 2016-06-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value Wow, this works really well. I bought it for the band at our church. Makes it very easy for someone who plays an instrument and sings to have a decent in-ear monitor without spending a fortune. Very solid all-metal construction. Setup and use are very simple; the diagrams & labels silk-screened onto the top make it easy to see what should plug in where. As a nice additional touch, it doubles as a direct box for the instrument input. I highly recommend the optional MSC106 mic stand adapter if you're using this on stage. Only drawback is that you need a long cable or an extension for your ear monitor / headphones. If you mount this on a mic or music stand, you don't have a lot of room to move. We'll be buying a mix of these and the 1-channel PM50s to move our whole band to in-ear monitors.
    Date published: 2012-06-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great! Very useful! I am an active musician and my older brother who is a studio engineer has been trying to convince me to get IER's for a few years. I finally faced the fact a few months ago... I mostly play guitar now (came from bass and drums) either your on a massive stage and your cab is mic'ed backstage or your is small venue you probably don't want your amp there...Practice has been getting loud for me... I like things relativly quiet. I have always carried a pair of musician reuasable earplugs on me.. for whenever I play drums or am with a loud drummer. I was worried with IER's that my guitar tone wouldnt be that good. I bought some MEE M6 IER's and they are great. My brother is an audiophile also and he had tested all the IER's under $ and those were what he liked best although for him they have too much bass. Which isn't the best for listening, but for live I think its a little better to be able to hear the bass and the kick drum. Those are also ear plugs too so I can have my mix so much quieter than the stage noise that is going on.Anyways tested it out at a small venue the other week and WOW!!!! The tone was all there (I have a very complex pedal board with a lot of great pedals) I can't wait until a bigger venue with a mic'ed tube amp. In floor moniters things get really loud and harsh quick. They are often muddy and even in expensive ones they lack clarity. They also help feedback. With IER's I can hear the mix with clarity. My guitar tone is still there, but it has clarity and I am hearing details I did not with my amp...Now to the PM351Its really solid. It looks and feels like it will last years. The breakers annoy me a little. They are a little tought to change and seem like it would be frustrating to in a gig with low litghting. It would really stink to lose that little piece. I also wish it had a stereo XLR in the mon mix and EQ could be nice, but that would also take away from why I like this and that is it is SIMPLE.I think it is really useful it sounds great. For singing you can tell if your off the mic even a bit. If you are using a cheap mic with this you will notice it may be time to upgrade to atleast a sm58.The DI out is really nice. No it isn't a studio grade DI, but it is better than a lot of cheaper ones. The DI sounds great. I have had recording engineers, sound engineers, and other musicians wondering what it is. One sound engineer I work with a lot loves it.The possabilities with this seem endless.For drummers this is the setup I would use-Click track > instrument in-Kick drum > mic in (what drummer doesn't want more umph?)-Mon mix > MonThe Stereo instrument and mix in are really nice.I have also used this in conjuction with an Aviom system. For that I use the out from the Aviom into the mom mix of the PM351 (being the instrument and vocal signal from the PM351 is a little cleaner and more adjustable) For the price it is incredible and worth every penny. Finally a quiet detailed Mon Mix :) One happy musician here.
    Date published: 2012-05-24
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Have used for 4 years gigs+rehearsals I've used a ROllS PM351 for 4 years in gigs and rehearsals with a 7 piece 70's rock band, and a three piece jazz/eclectic trio. I use a 4 channel xlr stage snake to take the mic thru and stereo channels out from my guitar to the the main snake box. I use the fourth channel with a short XLR/TRS cable to bring the monitor mix from the board into the line-in input. I mounted it on a trombone accessories shelf that slides onto a music stand, and leave the PM351 end of the snake connected all of the time. I did mess one up by using too hot of a signal from my VOX Tonelabs LS Pedal as Line instead of AMP output, but that was my own error, not the boxes. I run it rhu headphones with the seven piece band, and thru a Charvel practice amp as a monitor with the trio.
    Date published: 2014-11-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Would buy again I use it with my in ear monitors, it allows me to control volume on click Mic and still get a line with my acoustic drums in the ear buds,works even better with my Roland TD30KV when playing live. I do wish there was an on off switch on the unit thou!
    Date published: 2017-08-11
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really close Great box, built to take on the world. Only wish the provided wall wart was quieter. Background cleaned up nicely using another power source.
    Date published: 2015-10-29
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