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JamHub BedRoom 5-Section System  

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Overview
  • 5 sections for up to 5 musicians
  • 15 total audio channels
  • 5 XLR and 5 TRS input jacks
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    $400.00
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Now your band can jam in virtual silence.

The JamHub BedRoomSilent Rehearsal Studio is priced for every band on the planet. The 5-section electronic mixing device for amplified instruments and vocals plays back through headphones. JamHub BedRoom contains 5 sections for up to 15 channels, with inputs for instruments, and mics, and headphone outputs. Each SoleMix section offers a stereo TRS and XLR mic input, FX return level, and related headphone volume.

JamHubs were created to give musicians the freedom to jam all they want, wherever they want without disturbing others. When you're jamming, it's virtually silent to the outside world—neighbors can't hear it; parents can't hear it; cops can't hear it. But for everyone in the band, the experience rocks. Each musician controls their own individual mixes. Just pick a color section and plug in your instruments, mics and headphones. You'll hear yourself with amazing clarity. There'll be no more volume wars, and your playing will improve faster.

Features
  • 5 sections for up to 5 musicians
  • 15 total audio channels
  • 5 XLR and 5 TRS input jacks
  • SoleMix control for each section so everyone creates their own mix
  • 1 SoleMix remote jack
  • 1-R switch for quickly listening to recording mix
  • R section for connecting to MP3 or recording
  • Built-in 24-bit stereo effects including reverb, delay and modulation

Plug in your instruments, mics, and headphones, and jam without disturbing the peace.

 
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JamHubBedRoom 5-Section System
 
4.6

(based on 13 reviews)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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  • Compact (3)

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    Best Uses

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      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      Individual mix control

      I picked up a Jamhub Bedroom to play music with friends in the evenings after work. We have to be quiet because my kids are sleeping and I don?t want to wake them...Read complete review

      I picked up a Jamhub Bedroom to play music with friends in the evenings after work. We have to be quiet because my kids are sleeping and I don?t want to wake them up. So far it has worked well but there are a few things I should have considered before buying itStereo inputsThe instrument inputs need to be from a stereo source. I believe you can use a mono source but you will only be able to hear it in one ear. Whatever amplification equipment you use will need to have stereo outputs. Most likely you will go out through the headphones output. I also had a difficult time finding quality inch phone cables stereo. If you are a guitar or bass player you probably don?t have one of these lying around. I wound up using some lower quality patch cables. I have to mess with them so they don?t buzz too much. PreampsThe Jambhub does not amplify the instrument signals. Everything that is not at least up to line level will need a preamp. Each mic will need a separate mic preamp if you want to have individual control of the mic levels. Individual control is really the primary strength of the Jamhub. I use a PODxt for guitar and connect it to the Jamhub through the phones output. For Bass I use a Boss ME-50b. The boss effects unit does not amplify as much as the POD. I usually have the volume all the way up and that just barely cuts it. I also go through the headphones output of a small amp sometimes and that works pretty well.Is individual control worth it?Silent rehearsal can be set up with a mixer and a headphones amp for lower cost. The feature the Jambhub offers that other solutions do not is that each musician has his own mix. If your band mates are constantly trying to make their signal the loudest or your drummer can?t refrain from constantly performing mini drum solos then maybe the Jambhub is right for your band. If individual mix control is not a big issue I would suggest getting a mixer and headphones amp. You?ll save some money,your mixer with will have some preamp channels and you won?t have the stereo input problem.Get a MicWith everyone wearing headphones I recommend getting at least one mic. If you are not already using a mic having one plugged into the Jamhub makes talking to your band mates much easier.

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      Great Intentions

      This product is a fantastic idea, however it is very poorly implemented. I bought it because we play in a building where we can not play loudly, as the Jamhub is intended. Most...Read complete review

      This product is a fantastic idea, however it is very poorly implemented. I bought it because we play in a building where we can not play loudly, as the Jamhub is intended. Most of the time, we consist of 1 guitar, 1 bass, 1 keyboard, and 1 electric drum set (I have not tried out the mic, so I can not comment on that part). The small size is convenient and the controls are easy to use, however it is a VERY cheap feeling and cheaply made unit. The pots are scratchy and the levels clip at very low settings (I have plenty of experience in studios, both in front of the board and playing, so I understand about volume levels and clipping). This would be a great unit if it were either 1/3 the price or 3 times better. And as mentioned in other reviews, it is even more worthless without stereo 1/4" cables, which they conveniently will also sell you in an overpriced package. Without them, everything will come out of ONLY the left channel, which is surprisingly more irritating than it would seem. I've owned it for about 4 months now, and it has sat in the box untouched for about 3.5 months. Overall I was very disappointed and plan on selling it.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Does what it claims

      By steve123

      from Halifax, Canada

      About Me Home Studio Musician

      Pros

      • Quiet
      • Vocal Effects Are Good

      Cons

      • Definitely Not Pro Qualit
      • Feels cheap
      • Not Pro Quality
      • Sound Can Bleed

      Best Uses

      • In Ear Monitor -google It
      • Rehersal

      Comments about JamHub BedRoom 5-Section System:

      This product does exactly as advertised. The built in effects that apply to the vocal channel are of decent quality. I find that the amount of inputs on the bedroom model are adequate for 99% of situations and the only reason i could see to get the more expensive models is for the use of phantom power. Should you decide to use this as a mixing console to powered speakers the output is a stereo 1/4 inch TRS, so you would have to split it into two TS to make it work; right and left XLR out would have been a nice touch. Remember that you will have to use an amp modelling pedal if you want to direct input a guitar because guitar direct in sounds like garbage. I recommend the tonelab st because it has stereo out.
      Over all this is a highly functional product, but nothing that couldnt be achieved using DAW and DAC, however a digital audio converter that has this number of outputs would cost many times more than the jamhub solution. If would be nice if the housing were more rugged than the plastic that is currently used.
      Also, A friend of mine complained of 'channel bleed' on his jamhub; when a channel was turned all the way down you could still hear it very subtle and distorted i suspect caused by inductive current within the unit.

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      5.0

      GET THE BIG ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      By DJKEITH

      from Vieques,PR

      Comments about JamHub BedRoom 5-Section System:

      TRUST ME GET THE BIG ONE.

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      5.0

      Awesome!!! Love it!!!

      By PS

      from Ner Orleans LA

      About Me Working musician

      Ask me a question

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Compact
      • Good Value
      • Great Sound
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Home Audio
        • Music
        • Portable Devices
        • Traveling

        Comments about JamHub BedRoom 5-Section System:

        We use the jamhub for practice and as in ear monitor for acoustic gigs. Works great and I can always hear myself!!!

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        • No

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        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Awesome!

        Pros

        • Compact
        • Durable
        • Stylish

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about JamHub BedRoom 5-Section System:

            I live in an 3 level apartment. We built a jam room in the lower level and sound proofed as much as we could. No matter what you do, Bass guitar carries through it all!

            Our bass player found this while browsing at random. It takes a bit to set up all your sounds, but once set up, it works like a charm!

            We play much tighter than before. Using headphones, you hear every mistake, off time hit, or even bad note while singing.

            We had an issue where the clipping light on wedge 2 wouldn't turn off, and the company said they'd replace the unit.

            Bottom line- it does what it says it will do, and it saved our jam night!

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            • No

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            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            AWESOME!!!!!!

            By jp

            from Nebraska

            About Me Rocker

            Ask me a question

            Pros

            • Anytime Practice
            • Compact
            • Great Sound
            • Lightweight

            Cons

            • Need everything in stereo

            Best Uses

            • Band practice

            Comments about JamHub BedRoom 5-Section System:

            This was the best thing that I could buy for the band, we now can practice anywhere and almost zero noise. I just wish I could have bought the Green room or the Tour bus models more connections and comes with a remote for the drummer. Cost for those models are a little high but just worth it.

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            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Using As Monitor Mixer For Recording

            By Greg Balzell

            from Iliinois

            Comments about JamHub BedRoom 5-Section System:

            Very happy with this unit so far. I am using it as individual monitor mixes while getting base tracks for recordings. You do need to think in stereo to use this product correctly. I'm taking the overheads mics from my mic preamp (live drums) and combining the signal into an adapter and then going into the instrument input for one of the channels and then using the headphone outputs from the guitar & bass effects units for the others. You can pick up some inexpensive 1/4 inch TRS cables to get the signal over to the unit. You may need some stereo adapters for other connections. The really nice things about this unit is the ability to give each musician their own mix and it does this rather well. Everyone reporting being able to hear much better that using our Presonus headphone distributor, which only gives the whole mix plus more or less of yourself for each person.

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            5.0

            Honey I am getting the Band back together.

            By waterloo dog

            from Waterloo, IA

            Comments about JamHub BedRoom 5-Section System:

            JamHub works great, use it to practice with laptop, playing to mp3's or you tube. Did the research and picked up some mono to stereo jacks for a few bucks each. Use a electric drum set (Alesis DM5), Bass, Guitar, and a mic for each guy. Old band mates can't get enough and want to get their home studios set up. Only regret was that I did not get the Tour Bus, would like to be able to record.

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            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Saving ears and the band

            By Les59

            from LA

            Comments about JamHub BedRoom 5-Section System:

            This product is simply fantastic. I used to do something similar with a 32 channel desk and several headphone amps. But this works so much better AND the guys can make their own mix without me having to do it for them. I got the remote and even the drummer can make his own mix. It sounds great, it's built great and it lets us play as late as we want without disturbing the wife, kids and cat. Also the JamHub people are awesome. I had a few questions on the stereo connection (which is much better than mono) and they were very helpful. Good company, good people, great product. I'm a fan and can't imagine not having a JamHub to use now that I have this one. The only regret is not going for the GreenRoom model. The extra inputs would be nice for buddies who come by to jam ... and they all love it too.

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            (4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            Great Intentions

            By Peter Brown

            from Nashville

            Comments about JamHub BedRoom 5-Section System:

            This product is a fantastic idea, however it is very poorly implemented. I bought it because we play in a building where we can not play loudly, as the Jamhub is intended. Most of the time, we consist of 1 guitar, 1 bass, 1 keyboard, and 1 electric drum set (I have not tried out the mic, so I can not comment on that part). The small size is convenient and the controls are easy to use, however it is a VERY cheap feeling and cheaply made unit. The pots are scratchy and the levels clip at very low settings (I have plenty of experience in studios, both in front of the board and playing, so I understand about volume levels and clipping). This would be a great unit if it were either 1/3 the price or 3 times better. And as mentioned in other reviews, it is even more worthless without stereo 1/4" cables, which they conveniently will also sell you in an overpriced package. Without them, everything will come out of ONLY the left channel, which is surprisingly more irritating than it would seem. I've owned it for about 4 months now, and it has sat in the box untouched for about 3.5 months. Overall I was very disappointed and plan on selling it.

            Comment on this review

            (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Individual mix control

            By NeedsToBeQuiet

            from San Francisco

            Comments about JamHub BedRoom 5-Section System:

            I picked up a Jamhub Bedroom to play music with friends in the evenings after work. We have to be quiet because my kids are sleeping and I don?t want to wake them up. So far it has worked well but there are a few things I should have considered before buying itStereo inputsThe instrument inputs need to be from a stereo source. I believe you can use a mono source but you will only be able to hear it in one ear. Whatever amplification equipment you use will need to have stereo outputs. Most likely you will go out through the headphones output. I also had a difficult time finding quality inch phone cables stereo. If you are a guitar or bass player you probably don?t have one of these lying around. I wound up using some lower quality patch cables. I have to mess with them so they don?t buzz too much. PreampsThe Jambhub does not amplify the instrument signals. Everything that is not at least up to line level will need a preamp. Each mic will need a separate mic preamp if you want to have individual control of the mic levels. Individual control is really the primary strength of the Jamhub. I use a PODxt for guitar and connect it to the Jamhub through the phones output. For Bass I use a Boss ME-50b. The boss effects unit does not amplify as much as the POD. I usually have the volume all the way up and that just barely cuts it. I also go through the headphones output of a small amp sometimes and that works pretty well.Is individual control worth it?Silent rehearsal can be set up with a mixer and a headphones amp for lower cost. The feature the Jambhub offers that other solutions do not is that each musician has his own mix. If your band mates are constantly trying to make their signal the loudest or your drummer can?t refrain from constantly performing mini drum solos then maybe the Jambhub is right for your band. If individual mix control is not a big issue I would suggest getting a mixer and headphones amp. You?ll save some money,your mixer with will have some preamp channels and you won?t have the stereo input problem.Get a MicWith everyone wearing headphones I recommend getting at least one mic. If you are not already using a mic having one plugged into the Jamhub makes talking to your band mates much easier.

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