Whirlwind Micmute PTD Push-to-Talk Switch (Desktop)

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Whirlwind Micmute PTD Push-to-Talk Switch (Desktop)
Key Features
  • Convenient Desktop Design
  • Metal Housing
The Micmute PTD from Whirlwind is a compact desktop-style push-to-talk switch that provides quick and easy control of a mic or line audio signal. The rugged metal housing offers XLR input and output connectors for wide compatibility. When the finger switch is pressed and held down, the Micmute will allow the audio signal to pass through. As soon as the switch is released, the signal is broken and audio is silenced again. The Micmute is entirely passive, requiring no power.
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Whirlwind MICMUTE-PTD Overview

The Micmute PTD from Whirlwind is a compact desktop-style push-to-talk switch that provides quick and easy control of a mic or line audio signal. The rugged metal housing offers XLR input and output connectors for wide compatibility. When the finger switch is pressed and held down, the Micmute will allow the audio signal to pass through. As soon as the switch is released, the signal is broken and audio is silenced again. The Micmute is entirely passive, requiring no power.

Compact desktop design with a rugged metal housing
XLR input and output connectors for wide compatibility
Accepts mic and line level signals
Allows signals to pass through when the finger switch is held down, and blocks them when the switch is released
Entirely passive design, no power required
UPC: 692465022712

Whirlwind MICMUTE-PTD Specs

ConstructionMetal
Connectors1 x XLR Female Input
1 x XLR Male Output
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.085 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.05 x 6.95 x 2"
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I'm seeing some Q&A here regarding various devices, but here is both a Q and A regarding the Whirlwind Micmute PTD:Does this device pass phantom power, even when muted, so that condenser mics may be used?
Asked by: Paul
Phantom will pass as the mute position shorts pins 2 and 3, but the unit is likely to pop when used with phantom. For truly silent switching , use the MicMute PX.
Answered by: Tom V. Whirlwind Expert
Date published: 2018-10-24
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