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JamHub BedRoom Silent Rehearsal Studio

JamHub BedRoom Silent Rehearsal Studio

  • 5 sections for up to 4 musicians + recording/rear channel
  • 15 audio channels, 5 stereo inputs, 5 mic inputs, 5 headphone outputs
  • One SoleMix remote jack (remote not included)
  • Analog recording via “R” section
  • Sixteen 24-bit effects

Are you tired of the nasty way your neighbors stare at you? Are you sick of paying off pricey noise violations? It’s not your fault that drums and guitars are so loud! But what if you could make your practices nearly silent while still having all the fun of a full-volume practice? That’s exactly what you get with JamHub BedRoom! With enough channels to plug in up to five band members (15 inputs and 10 audio channels!), the whole band custom builds their perfect headphone mix. This both eliminate

List Price: $ 400.00

Price: $ 400.00

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  1. 18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing Product, October 26, 2010
    By 
    Aubrey Taylor “Aubz” (Los Angeles, CA) –
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    This review is from: JamHub BedRoom Silent Rehearsal Studio (Electronics)

    I purchased this product to enable my band to have a “silent practice” in one of our band mate’s apartments. Practice / Rehearsal spaces are expensive and not always ideal. The cost of renting one cannot really be justified if you are just getting together to jam, work on new material, or audition a new band member. We all live in the city in apartments so the idea of a “silent practice” was very attractive (no more angry neighbors).

    With a price point of $299.00 this thing almost pays for itself after one practice and is certainly in-line with other similar set-ups. I purchased this to own but a band could easily split this 3 or 4 ways and get out for almost nothing.

    There is a lot of information on their website but there are a few of things to note before you buy.

    First, if you truly want a silent practice space you will need an electronic drum kit (i.e., V-Drums). It is possible to use an acoustic drum kit and the technique involved there is described on their website.

    Second, guitar players and bass players will either need an amplifier with a stereo line out or an amp modeling floor pedal (my choice as it fits in a backpack and requires no heavy lifting).

    Third, you will need to procure some stereo patch cords. As a guitar player I only had mono patch cables. The JamHub takes a stereo 1/4 inch input from your respective floor pedal / modeling amp / amplifier. My floor pedal in particular has a left-mono-out and a right-stereo-out so I purchased a stereo patch cable that was stereo 1/4 inch on one end and split mono 1/4 inch on the other. Guitar center has these and should be able to direct you. Of course check your user manuals for info on your particular device.

    Finally, headphones. So far our crappy $15 – $60 (low – mid end) level of headphones have been working great! You will most likely need to pick up some 1/8 inch to 1/4 inch adapters here though as all the inputs and outputs on the JamHub are 1/4 inch. These are cheap and widely available. If your headphone cables are less than 9′ you may also want to consider some extensions.

    The JamHub performs great. I love it for a couple of reasons.

    First it consolidates both mixer and headphone amp into one device. In doing so its nice and compact and extremely portable. This allows you to practice anywhere with minimal setup and fuss. You have one power adapter to worry about and no additional cables (beyond ones used to connect your instruments) either.

    Another advantage over a more typical headphone amp + mixer combination (and possibly the coolest feature) is unlike a typical headphone amp, which only has one level for the incoming mixed signal, each person connected to the JamHub gets and their very own INDIVIDUAL MIX! To clarify, this means that everyone in the band can adjust the level for everyone else in the mix to their preference.

    For example, as a guitar player I prefer to hear the myself, then vocals, then drums, then others. With the JamHub I can turn myself up, then dial in the vocals next, then drums, then others without affecting anyone else’s mix! Each additional band member can do exactly the same thing. Think of it as having your very own sound guy to mix in just what you want to hear as he would for you in your monitors on stage. This is truly amazing and solves ALL volume issues usually associated with a typical practice.

    Everything about this product is well thought out and and really creates an “ideal” environment to write / play & rehearse music without any infighting about volume or disturbing your neighbors (finally we can practice past 10pm!).

    I hope this review helps you in your decision.

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  2. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    JamHub is one of the best tools a band could own., February 24, 2012
    By 
    MTC (NC) –

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    This review is from: JamHub BedRoom Silent Rehearsal Studio (Electronics)

    If you have ever Jammed in the basement, hauled out all of your equipment and been shut down at 8:00pm, you need a JamHub. This head set mixer allows as many as 7 members of the band to plug in. In our case we have 2 guitars, 1 drum and an MP3 player. We get together at lunch time once a week. No noise no fuss. We can be setup in under 15 minutes. Its great to be able to set the mix in each headphone differently. No more volume wars. No more rattling the walls. The sound is crazy full and makes playing with other musicians a treat. I have used this with the guys at work for the last month. I have had guys over the house after the kids go to bed and we can play without getting the look, from the wife, that makes us sad. Very easy to use, they guys picked up on it right away. We each set our master volume using the indicator. Get it to blink green, when it hits red back it off a little and you are done. Now go to your section, adjust your headphone volume and then turn up the mixer pots for each instrument. I contacted support with a couple of questions before I purchased and they were friendly and professional and they were excited that I was excited. Very Cool product.

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  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    No noise!, September 3, 2011
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    I have a band and it gets noisy sometimes, the neighbors hate me, so i bought this and now everybody loves me, sounds great, no noise, independant channels for each musician, great option for a Rehearsal Room

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