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Intercom Problem Solvers
Combo Intercom Audio Interfaces turns com into audio. (commonly called an Intercom Line Dryer) $125.00
Beltpack Breakout Box Creates inexpensive 4 wire com using a beltpack. Simultaneous discrete input & output. $125.00
Intercom to TRRS interface lets you add cell phones & TRRS laptop VOIP to your existing wired party line intercom. $135.00
Com Headset Breakout Box lets you use an intercom headset with a mixer instead of a beltpack. $95.00
Intercom to ATEM aircraft jack Interface lets you add wired party line intercom to the ATEM's internal intercom. $150.00
Intercom Foot Pedal lets you switch your intercom mic with your foot, keeping your hands free to work. No more complaints about leaving your mic on all the time! $135
Com Signal Present LED lights up to let you know someone's talking on the com line $145.00
Intercom Headset Switcher lets you switch intercom into 1 side of your headphones as needed, so you can hear com & your audio mix simultaneously $125.
Intercom to Text Interface lets you read intercom on your phone/tablet via a speech to text app (sold separately). Now you can read what you missed off-headset. $110.
Intercom Headphone Adapter lets you use regular headphones & a regular dynamic mic for intercom. Use your BPHS1 headset for com. $95.00
USB Intercom Call Alert turns any USB device into your intercom call light. Good for church, corporate or theatre settings where a strobe or buzzer would be too intrusive. $135.00
Headset Splitter Cable Pro lets you hear intercom through ear buds or wired in-ears, in addition to your regular com headset, for better isolation. $60.00
Intercom Call Switch is a stand-alone beltpack call button. A cheaper option than buying a whole beltpack when the call light is used for cueing. $95.00
Intercom Call Switch is also available with a foot switch instead. $110.00
Audio Problem Solvers
Mini XLR Mixer combines 3 mics into 1 XLR mic input on your current setup without batteries or AC power. Fits where a regular mixer can't. $95.
Mini XLR Mixer w/ direct box combines 2 wireless mics & a real transformer direct box for laptop audio straight into 1 mic input. $120.
XLR Mute Pedal lets you mute any XLR mic from on-stage with your foot. Good for when you're playing 2 instruments & need to mute the other. $95.
XLR Mic Switch lets you switch your regular vocal mic to talk to FOH, the monitor engineer, or your assistant temporarily. $110.
XLR Mic Switch w/ LED is the same as above with LED to indicate status $135.
Lav Proximity Protector stops feedback before it starts by detecting when a lav presenter walks in front of a speaker. $149.95
Giant Signal Present LED is a stand-alone signal present led triggered by any line level audio signal $125.00
Podium Pal Pro simplifies podium setups by combining the podium mic & laptop audio into 1 XLR out that plugs straight into house sound. Reduces cabling & cable taping too. $140.00
Super Splitter Plus offers a transformer mic splitter with output level controls & a 1/4" input. Use as a mini press box should the need arise suddenly. $160.
Phone Audio Interface lets you bypass the internal mic & get audio into your phone directly for better sound quality. $69.95
Phone Audio Interface Plus adds 1/4" audio outputs to the PAI. $79.95

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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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