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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 Weight
0.65 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
7.323 x 4.646 x 2.047"

Rolls MS111 Reviews

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Will this work for 2 mics going into a Y ...

Will this work for 2 mics going into a Y splitter? I need it to be mute until I push the button to talk. Will it keep both mics off until pushed?
Asked by: William
In theory, the Rolls MS111 Mic Switch Latching or Momentary Microphone Mute Switch could affect the summed signal of two microphones in the same manner that it does with a single microphone. You would not have independent control over the microphones with the MS111, however. They would both be affected in the same way if summed before the switch input. When engaged, the latching switch will mute the microphone signal's output until disengaged.
Answered by: Matt Z
Date published: 2022-05-23

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.
Answered by: Bryan H.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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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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