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The pocket-sized microphone mixer
Mini XLR Mixer submixes 3 mics to 1 XLR input on your board, acoustic combo amp, portable pa, powered speaker, etc. No batteries or AC power needed.

$95


Hear intercom & audio through
one pair of regular headphones
Intercom Headset Switcher switches one side of your regular headphones between your mix & com. Balanced XLR input for dynamic talkback mic.

No more ridiculous headset juggling.

$95


Get audio in & out of your intercom

Intercom Audio Interface turns com into a balanced line level audio signal so you can customize it to meet your client's needs.

$79.95-95.00


The intercom flasher made
for quiet environments
USB Intercom Call Alert powers a USB outlet on when the intercom call button is pressed. Works with any USB device.

Now you can go off-headset & not miss the call light on church, corporate or theater jobs.

$120


All products assembled in USA


Customized Mini XLR Mixers
Mixer w/ built-in transformer Direct Box for laptop/phone $120
Mixer w/ Hook & loop fasteners for attaching to mic stands $95
Mixer w/ upside down XLR for using right angle plugs $95
Mixer w/ Phase Switch on channel #3 $110


Transformer isolated mic
splitter w/ level controls
Super Splitter Plus is a 3 way transformer isolated splitter with dual inputs & level controls on the outputs.

Control remote speakers from one place, or use it as a mini press box.

$160


Add last minute laptop audio in seconds
without running more XLR
Podium Pal Pro mixes Podium Mic & Laptop Audio into a single XLR out without batteries or AC power.

Use it on all your podium sets to save $ vs the typical podium AV setup.

$129.95


Control any XLR signal without
a mixer or even power
XLR Volume Control controls level anywhere in the audio chain without batteries or AC power.

$79.95


All products assembled in USA

Mute a mic from on-stage
XLR Mute Pedal mutes any XLR Mic signal at the press of a foot. No phantom power pop. LED status indicator.

Clip-on instrument mics while tuning...stage talkback mics...drummer vocal mic...

$85


Talkback from stage using
your regular vocal mic
XLR Mic Switch switches Mic signal between 2 different outputs such as regular PA & talkback (FOH engineer, Monitors or a backstage assistant).

Use it on your dedicated talkback mic to switch between any 2 people, depending on what you need at the moment.

No phantom power pop. $95

Version with LED indicators also available.
$110


All AVLifesavers Products come with:
Free 2-3 Day Shipping to the US
- Click Here for Info on shipping Internationally
60 days Return Policy for any Reason
- If it doesn't meet your needs. I want you to be happy with your purchase.
10 Year Parts & Labor Warranty
- Return it to the address on the package & it will be Repaired or Replaced Free of Charge.


About the Owner
photo of Lonnie Bedell of AVlifesavers.com My name is Lonnie Bedell, and I'm the guy behind AVLifesavers. Unlike big companies, I've been doing actual live sound work since 1995, and live recordings since 1985.
It's that kind of real world experience that I feel makes AVLifesavers stand out. It's one thing to examine problems theoretically, it's a whole different thing to deal with frantic last minute changes from an inexperienced client who wants it done yesterday.

Been there, done that, so I've designed products to solve live sound problem fast.

All products are assembled right here in the USA. Living Wages to American workers is and will always be part of the fabric here, despite the temptations.

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FAQ
Q: How long until it ships?
A: In-stock products ship out next day (except Sundays) if order received by 5pm. Orders exceeding stock on-hand will be built & ship out within 2 days.

Q: How is it shipped?
A: Post office Priority Mail. 2 days near most urban areas, 3 days to everywhere else. I do not use parcel post as it takes forever & infuriates customers. I dropped my UPS account when they raised the rates through the roof this year.

Q: Can I have it overnighted?
A: Yes, just email me first to make sure I can do it first, because I do some traveling. USPS is easy if there is already a pickup for today (they don't do same day pickups). UPS raised their price big time this year, and add additional fees to pickup. So UPS won't be cheap.

Q: How do I Pay?
A: Paypal handles all orders by credit or debit card, and you don't have to be a member to use it. Having problems with the button? Click Here for help.

Q: Where are the products made?
A: Everything is assembled in the USA. Most of the electronic parts come from Southeast Asia, as sadly there are few if any US manufacturers any more. I make every attempt to source US wherever possible, but suppliers refuse to allow me to give a preference. The cases are made by Hammond in Taiwan and machined in-house. Neutrik XLR connectors are listed in their website as being made in Liechtenstein.

Nothing from AVLifesavers will EVER be assembled in China!


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