The PBS-4 Personal Live Web Broadcasting Audio & Video Mixer from Vestax is an easy to use all-in-one solution to broadcast live audio and video sources on the Internet. Multiple audio and video sources can be mixed together and instantly streamed online to a worldwide audience. The USB output feeds the mixed audio and video to your computer and streams your content to any live streaming service, including Ustream, Justin.tv, Livestream, etc.
The PBS-4 A/V Mixer is compact, travel friendly, and features a wide range of connections for your audio and video sources. The simple interface and the quick setup features make it suitable for musical performances, live bands, DJs with video mixes, corporate events, seminars, e-learning, video game tutorials, church events, wedding parties, home TV studios, web radios, and for almost any content you want to share live online. It can also be used together with audio/video capture software (sold separately) to record your live content.
Provides a simple solution for personal broadcasting
Sends mixed audio and video to your computer
Compatible with any live streaming service including Ustream, Justin.tv, Livestream, etc
In the Box
Vestax PBS-4 Personal Live Web Broadcasting Audio & Video Mixer
4 x Video (composite RCA)
1 x VGA (D-SUB 15-pin)
1 x HDMI
Note: The input resolution of the VGA input is fixed to [NTSC: 1024 x 768 (60 Hz), PAL: 1024 x 768 (50 Hz)]. If a source with higher resolution (e.g., laptop output) is connected to this input, the video resolution will be reduced to this value.
When a video channel that has no input (i.e., not connected to video devices such as cameras or DVD players) is selected, it will appear as a blank screen in your broadcast and video noise may appear when switching back to other video channels.
2 x Master (composite / USB)
1 x Preview (composite)
Note: There is no frame synchronizer in the PBS4. Therefore, video noise on the output screen (mainly composite output) may appear for a moment when switching video source due to the synchronization of the video signal. Please be forewarned.
Note: HD video images input via HDMI will be down converted to SD quality. When inputting a HDMI source, a small blank area (black frame) may appear on the side of the screen.
When inputting a VGA source, a small blank area (black frame) may appear on the side of the screen, or one side of the VGA source may be hidden. Depending on the computer, gray lines may be reflected at the top and bottom of the USB output screen.