Designed for musicians and performers who need mobility without compromising audio quality, PreSonus offers its HP2 stereo personal headphone amplifier ($109.95 street price) for driving wired in-ear monitors (IEMs) as well as headphones. Portable and compact, it offers two XLR line-level inputs and one stereo 1/8-inch headphone output with volume control. Operation can be switched between stereo and mono, and a Pan knob is provided.
The HP2 can be powered with an external DC power supply or a 9-volt battery that lasts more than seven hours and includes an LED battery indicator. It mounts on a microphone stand or clips to the musician’s belt.
The new HP2 promises loud, clean, clear sound and roadworthy built quality in a stereo device for wired IEM and headphone users.
Find more information at www.presonus.com/products/HP2.