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Rolls MS111 Mic Switch - Latching or Momentary Microphone Mute Switch

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Rolls MS111 Mic Switch - Latching or Momentary Microphone Mute Switch
Key Features
  • Latching or Momentary Switch
  • Male and Female XLR Connections
  • Screw Holes for Surface Mounting
The Rolls MS111 Mic Switch is a simple device with male and female XLR connectors, and is designed to act as a remote mute switch for any microphone. The mute button features a latching or momentary action for on/off or push-to-talk style operation. The bottom features screw holes for convenient mounting.
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Rolls MS111 Overview

The Rolls MS111 Mic Switch is a simple device with male and female XLR connectors, and is designed to act as a remote mute switch for any microphone. The mute button features a latching or momentary action for on/off or push-to-talk style operation. The bottom features screw holes for convenient mounting.

UPC: 675889011104

Rolls MS111 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.65 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.323 x 4.646 x 2.047"

Rolls MS111 Reviews

Button flies apart in unlatched mode

By Adam
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-10

This is the 2nd unit we've had where the button can fly out of the housing in unlatched mode. We've had one for years that works great in unlatched mode, but it's in a permanent installation and I haven't been able to compare to see what's different in the newer models.

Great

By Christopher
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-04-20

I read every review I could find before buying - they put me on guard. But it's fine. The build is solid, the button has been updated to a white plastic but it's still solid. If you're using phantom power, it'll carry through. It does not, in fact, mute. It drops the volume - but this means there is no pop in the signal when you hit the switch. I've used other switches that actually mute, but create a pop. So once muted, if your source is fairly loud, you might still pick up some of it. Lastly - I did have some weird issues where, once muted, it would send noise to my recording software - but changing the reversal switch on the side back and forth a few times fixed it.

Works, sorta

By Paul
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2019-05-27

First, B&H is incredibly quick and efficient so the review for B&H is exceptional. This is my 3rd switch. My first Roll switch had a metal-looking button. That one works incredibly well. Clean, no connection noise, etc. The 2nd one had Rolls replacing that button with a white plastic one. This one has connection noise that Ill explain shortly. The 3rd one (this one) has the same white button. Someone needs to let Rolls know that something happened between the earlier silver button version and the current white button. Ironically, its not the button that is the problem--its just that the new problem has emerged after that model change. The problem is in the actual mic connector point. It is noisy, inconsistent, and unreliable. Im stuck using it, so Ill just have to tinker to make it work. Basically, I find a position to set it down where it will work and not make all sorts of scratchy noises and dont move it again. Doesnt seem to matter with the cord. All cords did the same thing. Not B&H problem. Its a Rolls issue.

Not exactly as pictured.

By Andy
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2019-03-18

The picture looks like there is a metal switch that could be potentially engaged with your foot. What I received was a white flimsy switch that I would definitely not use as a stomp box style.  Aside from that the switch mostly engages and disengages when you want. This one tends to go back and forth between momentary and latching switch styles on in its own.  I doubt I would buy this again unless the switch gets upgraded which I might do on my own. Ive just put it on the desk as a talkback mute in the studio now. It will serve its purpose.

Rolls MS111 Mic Switch

By Tanner
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-05-24

Works like a fine Swiss Watch

Does The Job

By Scott
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-05-03

Does what it's supposed to.

Works for me!

By Terry
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-08-31

I really like the fact that I can use a paper clip to change its behavior from momentary to latching. I use both. Also, this box is very strong. This is my first Rolls product and I am impressed. If I could change anything it would be the button feel, but that is insignificant at this price point.

It Does Exactly What It's Supposed To Do.

By Paul
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-05-07

Works perfectly. I use a headset mic and needed a way to mute it so I could move around without mic noise. Perfect.

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Are there any indicator lights on the unit to ...

Are there any indicator lights on the unit to depict live or muted audio?
Asked by: Cody
No light. It's a push button.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2020-11-03

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Can this be used as a push to talk switch? Wanting to use it at my sound desk to talk to IEM.
Asked by: Anonymous
yes, it should work perfectly for that. It comes in latching and non-latching so one might fit your situation better than the other...
Answered by: hazysonic
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Is this mute switch will work with phantom powered condenser mic?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes it will work fine with condenser microphones.It even passes phantom power when muter so no popping noises.
Answered by: Ross W.
Date published: 2020-08-28

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I want to use this as a off switch for a mic I'll be using as a duet mic. I have a vocal pedal that can turn my vocals to sound like a girls and I can switch back and forth between my voice and a female but I can't do a duet sound like on the song Little Talks so I want to have a mic next to my main mic with a switch to mute when I'm on the verse's and on during the chorus. Do you think it'll work for that?
Asked by: Joshua B.
Yes, it would work as I understand your requirement. One thing to remember, as it has no indicator, (e.g. lamp) it can be difficult to see the position in a low light, live sound situation (I find) i.e. is it on or off. I added a small LED so it was clear to see what state it is in.
Answered by: Robert C.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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