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Home | Mini XLR Mixer | Intercom Audio Interfaces | XLR Mute Pedal | Com Foot Pedal
Intercom Headset Switcher | Com to Text Interface | XLR Volume Control | Headset Mixer Pro
Intercom Headphone Adapter | Mini Mic Switch | Headset Splitter Cable | Super Splitter Plus
XLR Mic Switch | Phone Audio Interfaces | Podium Pal Pro | USB Intercom Call Alert

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Intercom Tools

Intercom Audio Interfaces turn intercom into balanced XLR audio. $79.95-110.00
Com Foot Pedal lets you keep both hands on FOH & turn the intercom mic on/off with your foot. $125
Intercom Headset Switcher lets you hear intercom through one side of your regular headphone. Balanced XLR input for dynamic talkback mic. $115.
Intercom to Text Interface lets you READ intercom on smartphone. $95.
Intercom Headphone Adapter lets you use regular headphones & a dynamic mic with your intercom beltpack. $79.95
USB Intercom Call Alert powers a USB outlet on when the intercom call button is pressed. Works with any USB device. $120.00
Headset Mixer Pro lets you add a balanced line level XLR signal into JUST your headset. Plugs in between intercom beltpack 4 pin output & your com headset. $149.95
Headset Splitter Cable Pro lets you use your wired in-ears or ear buds with your intercom headset for better isolation. $39.95

Audio Tools

Mini XLR Mixer submixes 3 mics to 1 XLR input without batteries or AC power. $95.
4 Customized Mini XLR Mixers are available: Transformer DI, mic stand hook & loop fasteners, XLR upside downs & Phase switch.
Podium Pal Pro mixes podium mic & laptop audio into a single XLR out that plugs straight into house sound $129.95
Phone Audio Interface lets you send an audio mix into 1 or 2 phone live streaming apps simultaneously. $69.95-79.95
Mini Mic Switch Momentary PTT & cough switch in one. Good for VOG mics. $95.
Super Splitter Plus is a 3 way transformer isolated splitter with dual inputs & level controls on the outputs. $160.
XLR Volume Control is a variable XLR pad. No AC or batteries needed. $79.95
XLR Mute Pedal mutes any XLR Mic signal at the press of a foot. No phantom power pop. LED status indicator. $85.
XLR Mic Switch switches Mic signal between 2 different destinations. ($95) Version with LED indicators also available ($110). No phantom power pop.

All AVLifesavers Products come with:
Free Shipping within the US
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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. [ View my Linked-In Profile ]
I started AVLifesavers to solve real world audio problems that weren't being addressed by larger manufacturers. By listening to users who experience these problems first hand, and combining it with my own 30+ years of hands-on audio experience, I can come up with solutions to problems the big companies don't even know exist.

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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