Xvive PX Portable 3-Channel Personal Monitor Mixer

Get control of your monitor mix with Xvive PX, a 3-channel personal mixer that lets you set your own levels on the fly via three XLR inputs.

The Xvive PX System Bundle is a 3-channel mixer/headphone amp for personal in-ear-monitoring, their 3-channel Cat 5 to XLR snake, the connecting Cat 5 cable, & 3 XLR to 1/4” adapters

Get an overview of the Xvive PX system in this video:

See how drummers use the Xvive PX for in-ear monitoring:

See how worship bands use the Xvive PX for in-ear monitoring:


- Ultra-compact and lightweight design
- Cat 5 cable transmits three channels of audio and 9 volts of Power over Ethernet (PoE)
- Three balanced female XLR plugs connect to your mixing console or other audio devices
- Level control knob powers o‑ the unit all the way counterclockwise
- Three balanced XLR to unbalanced 1/4” adapters included
- DIP switches inside PX allow you to control how each channel is panned: left, right, or both
- PoE/battery power switch selects either Cat 5 9V PoE power or 2x AAA battery power
- Runs for up to 5 hours on 2 AAA batteries (not included)
- LED indicates when battery power is being used
- Sturdy beltpack clip
- Ultra-rugged impact-resistant metal chassis
- Ethernet cable can simultaneously transmit audio and power over a distance of up to 200 ft

The PX-A 3-Channel Mixer and Headphone Amplifier is a beltpack unit that accepts three audio signals, lets you mix them however you like, and passes on the mixed signal to your in-ear monitors, earphones or headphones.

You choose what you need to hear and adjust as needed during performance. read more Singers, for example, need to control their own volume, but will also need to hear whatever instruments they rely on for a pitch reference. So Input 1 might be an aux mix including only their vocal—or a mix of all vocals with their voice loudest; Input 2 could have a mix of guitar and keyboards, and Input 3 could be a mix of bass and kick drum. This is just one example!

Whether you’re a singer or an instrumentalist—or both—the PX system lets you hear what you want to hear on stage, in the studio or in rehearsal.

If you’re a singer, you really need to hear your own voice loud and clear, so you don’t strain your voice. But you also need to hear the instruments because you need a solid pitch reference to make sure you sing in tune. You also want to hear and feel the rhythm so you can keep your singing in the groove!

If you play an instrument, you want to hear what you’re playing loud and clear so you don’t wear out your fingers, and so that the subtleties of your playing matter. But you need to hear the vocals to keep you in touch with the structure (and the emotion) of the song; and you need to hear the drums so you not only play in time, but groove well with the group.

If you’re a drummer, you want to hear the drums well enough to have an accurate sense of your balance within your kit, and so you can feel the impact of your kick and snare. You need to hear the bass in order to function well as a rhythm section; you need to hear the vocals to help keep you oriented in the song structure; and you need the energy and rhythm of guitars and keyboards.

The PX-A Mixer receives audio from a mixing console via the PX-B 3-Channel Snake. The snake’s three XLR plugs (or included XLR-to-1/4” TS adapters) connect to outputs (typically aux outputs) from the console, or other audio sources such as a drum machine or audio interface. Then the included 25-foot EC25 Cat 5 Cable sends the audio to the input of your PX Mixer.

The PX-A Mixer can be powered by two AAA batteries—or, more reliably, a 9V / 2A center-negative power supply connected to the PX-B Snake (we recommend the Xvive A2 Power Supply). The ethernet cable, which can be up to 200 feet long, conveys both the audio from the console and the PoE (Power over Ethernet) from the power supply!

Not only can you adjust your master earphone/headphone volume and the levels of your three chosen channels, but you can also pan the channels (left, right or center) using DIP switches located inside the PX-A’s battery compartment. This can help you hear better by isolating the channels.

The locking Cat 5 cable connector on the PX-A ensures that your Ethernet cable stays connected during performance. Audio signals are transmitted digitally up to 200 feet, without degradation, via Ethernet—and thanks to the PX-A’s high-quality preamp and internal circuitry, you will enjoy pristine audio at all times.

If you’re performing, recording or rehearsing with a band of up to five people, you can expand your PX system with the PX-H 5-Channel Hub. Each additional bandmember would need their own PX-A Mixer and Ethernet cable, but only one PX-B Snake and one power supply would be needed to send audio to the Hub and supply all connected Mixers with power.
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Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
PX-B Snake Only
Shipping Weight: 24.21 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 14 x 11 x 10 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): PX-B
PX-A Mixer Only
Shipping Weight: 14.33 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 14 x 10 x 9 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): PX-A
PX-H Breakout Box for 5 PX-A Connections
Shipping Weight: 1.81 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 12 x 5 x 2 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): PX-H
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 2.56 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 14 x 7 x 2 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): PX

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Email: info@xviveaudio.com
Web: https://xvive.com/audio/contact/


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