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5-section, 15 Audio Channel Silent Rehearsal Studio with XLR and TRS Inputs, Stage Function, Stereo Recording Output, and Built-in Effects
Item ID: JHBedRoom

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An Ideal Way for the Entire Band to Practice — Silently!

The JamHub BedRoom silent rehearsal studio provides enough input flexibility and mixing versatility to allow everyone in your band to enjoy silent practice — a real plus for those late-night rehearsal sessions. With 15 audio channels (including five stereo TRS inputs and five XLR mic inputs), the BedRoom gives you plenty of options to plug yourself and your bandmates in; a stage control lets you spread the sources out in the stereo field, giving each performer his or her own place in the mix. Onboard digital effects enhance the experience. You can even use the "R" section to create a stereo mix from the BedRoom to a recorder to re-live your rehearsals.

JamHub BedRoom Silent Rehearsal Studio at a Glance:
  • A great rehearsal tool for the whole band
  • Take your place onstage — even in your headphones
  • Each player enjoys a personalized mix
  • Play more often and in more places

A great rehearsal tool for the whole band
The JamHub BedRoom silent rehearsal studio is designed with musicians in mind, new and old. It includes 15 audio channels (five stereo TRS and five XLR) for up to five musicians. Five stereo headphone outputs and one SoleMix remote output jacks (remote not included) are also onboard, making it easy to set up a jam quickly, and keep it going late into the night — even in an apartment or dorm.

Take your place onstage — even in your headphones
The stage control allows musicians to spread out sonically in the JamHub silent rehearsal studio. By spreading instruments and voices out in the stereo field, the JamHub engineers made it possible to place sound sources in their own unique spatial locations in the mix. This results in greater perceived clarity and detail.

Each player enjoys a personalized mix
Every section of the JamHub studio has its own SoleMix controls, which enable each headphone output jack to have a perfectly unique mix.

High-quality built-in effects
The internal stereo 24-bit effects engine gives you the ability to select one of 16 different global effects types. Plus, each SoleMix section has an effects return control, so each musician can decide how much of the effects engine he or she wants to hear. There are plenty of useful effect types: small rooms, large halls, delays, chorus, and more. JamHub even threw in a reverse reverb!

JamHub BedRoom Silent Rehearsal Studio Features:
  • 15 audio inputs for up to five musicians
  • Five individual sections, each with a unique mix
  • Five headphone jacks
  • SoleMix controls in each section let every band member create a personalized mix
  • One SoleMix remote connector (remote sold separately)
  • 1-R switch lets you easily document your rehearsals
  • Stage control gives each player a virtual location in the studio
  • Built-in 24-bit stereo effects including reverbs, delays and modulation effects
  • Power supply
  • User's manual
  • Dimensions: 11.11" x 6.77" x 2.19"
  • Weight: 4.87 lbs.
The JamHub BedRoom personal rehearsal studio makes a great silent practice tool for your entire band — and your kid's band!

Additional Media

JamHub Review
Synth Tricks: JamHub
JamHub BedRoom Review

Tech Specs

Manufacturer Part Number 2009.001

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
Based on 10 reviews

Sweetwater Advice

Daniel Fisher

Let me be perfectly clear: The JamHub is not just another musical tool; it is a key ingredient for a more enjoyable quality of life. Bold statement? Yes it is; but for me (family activities aside), I find that jamming with talented friends to be the most exciting and soul satisfying thing I like to do on a night off. In the old days (pre-children) we'd all turn up our amps and PA just loud enough so that everyone could hear everything well enough to play. Within minutes each person would turn up "just a little bit more" so that they could hear their own voice and instrument best. Before long we'd all be loud, but it sounded pretty good. Today though, even the initial soft volume is "way too loud" for my house. Just when everybody's groovin', I'll get the inevitable, "Turn It Down!!" So I thought, "No problem, I own plenty of gear and I have a headphone amp; I'll just have everybody bring headphones and it'll be magic." But it *NEVER* worked. The unchanging truth is that every musician needs to hear themselves "just a little louder" than everyone else to play their best, and the single headphone mix made everyone unhappy. Plus, almost all the musicians were using stereo effects and my mixer just doesn't have 14 Aux Sends. The JamHub is a perfectly elegant solution to this universal problem. Each of the musicians now gets a TRS line-level stereo input, perfect for keyboards, guitar and bass processors, electronic drum kits and groove boxes, or even the headphone output of your iPod, iPad, or computer. Plus, they each get an XLR for their microphone (phantom power is available on the GreenRoom and TourBus). Now it's easy for each musician to balance the levels of all the other musicians. All the vocal mics have individual send amounts to a global vocal effect processor. It's amazing how much better everybody plays and sings when they're happy with their mix. The resulting music will be so good that you'll want to record it via the stereo recording out channel with its own mixer and TRS output (USB output is available on the GreenRoom and TourBus). The TourBus even adds an SD card recorder to archive every moment of the jam. (Connect it to powered speakers and you have a live show with stereo personal monitors!!!) Note to parents of teen musicians: Imagine a quiet Saturday afternoon at home without hearing the same three chords all day... priceless! And don't forget the optional SoleMix Remote mixing module that effectively lets you have your slice of the pizza 12' away from the JamHub. Headphone maker, Direct Sound, has partnered with the JamHub to create bundles (5-pack or 7-pack) of their EX-25 and EX-29 Extreme Isolation headphones that turn the JamHub into a pro-quality rehearsal facility. And finally, to those of you with lots of gear in your house who are thinking, "I'll bet I already have enough stuff to do all this," just consider that the whole JamHub can rest in your open hand and weighs 5 lbs. or less. And it's ready to go within a minute of everybody plugging in. More importantly, you don't have to tear up your studio trying to get this to work. From my heart I promise you: Just one jam session with out-of-town friends you rarely get to see will make you glad you own a JamHub.
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Daniel Fisher

As I enter my 50th year of life, I find myself thinking about what is important to me and, more specifically, what situations provide the most memorable fun and enjoyment. Family activities aside, I find that jamming with talented friends is the most exciting and soul-satisfying thing I like to do on a night off. In the old days (pre-children), we'd all turn up our amps just loud enough so that we could all hear ourselves well enough to play. Within minutes, each person would turn up "just a little bit more." Before long, we'd all be loud, but it sounded pretty good. Today, though, even the initial soft volume is way too loud for my house. Just when everybody's groovin', I'll get the inevitable, "Turn it down!" So I said to myself, "No problem. I own plenty of gear, and I have a headphone amp. I'll just have everybody bring headphones, and it'll be magic." But it never was. The unchanging truth is that musicians need to hear themselves "just a little louder" than everyone else in order to play their best, and the single headphone mix made everyone unhappy. Plus, almost all the musicians were using stereo effects, and my mixer just doesn't have 14 sends. Enter the JamHub. There are three models to choose from: the BedRoom (5 sections, 15 audio channels), the GreenRoom (7 sections, 21 audio channels), and the TourBus (7 sections, 21 audio channels, an onboard SD recorder, and more). Each musician gets a TRS line-level stereo input, perfect for keyboards, guitar and bass processors, and electronic drum kits and groove boxes - even the headphone output of your iPod, iPad, or computer. Then they each get an XLR for their microphone (phantom power is available on the GreenRoom and the TourBus). It's easy for each musician to balance the levels of all the other musicians. All the vocal mics have individual send amounts to a global vocal effects processor. It's amazing how much better musicians play and sing when they're happy with their mix. The resulting music will be so good that you'll want to record it via the stereo recording output channel, which has its own mixer and TRS output (USB output available on the GreenRoom and the TourBus). The TourBus even adds an SD card recorder to archive every moment of the jam. There is also an optional remote mixing module, the SoleMix Remote, that effectively lets you have your slice of the pizza 12' away from the JamHub. The BedRoom has one connector for a single SoleMix. The GreenRoom and the TourBus each have four SoleMix connectors - and these models each come with one SoleMix Remote. Headphone maker Direct Sound has partnered with the JamHub to create bundles (5-pack or 7-pack) of their EX-25 and EX-29 Extreme Isolation headphones. These headphones turn the JamHub into a pro-quality rehearsal facility. Each headphone is color coordinated to match a specific channel. And finally, to those of you with lots of gear in your house, who are thinking, "I bet I already have enough stuff to do all this," just consider that the whole JamHub can rest in your open hand; it weighs less than 5 lbs.! And it's ready to go within a minute of everybody plugging in. More importantly, you don't have to tear up your studio trying to get this to work. I promise you this: just one jam session with friends you rarely get to see will make you glad you own a JamHub.
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Daniel Fisher

Let me be perfectly clear: The JamHub is not just another musical tool; it is a key ingredient for a more enjoyable quality of life. Bold statement? Yes it is; but for me (family activities aside), I find that jamming with talented friends to be the most exciting and soul satisfying thing I like to do on a night off. In the old days (pre-children) we'd all turn up our amps and PA just loud enough so that everyone could hear everything well enough to play. Within minutes each person would turn up "just a little bit more" so that they could hear their own voice and instrument best. Before long we'd all be loud, but it sounded pretty good. Today though, even the initial soft volume is "way too loud" for my house. Just when everybody's groovin', I'll get the inevitable, "Turn It Down!!" So I thought, "No problem, I own plenty of gear and I have a headphone amp; I'll just have everybody bring headphones and it'll be magic." But it *NEVER* worked. The unchanging truth is that every musician needs to hear themselves "just a little louder" than everyone else to play their best, and the single headphone mix made everyone unhappy. Plus, almost all the musicians were using stereo effects and my mixer just doesn't have 14 Aux Sends. The JamHub is a perfectly elegant solution to this universal problem. Each of the musicians now gets a TRS line-level stereo input, perfect for keyboards, guitar and bass processors, electronic drum kits and groove boxes, or even the headphone output of your iPod, iPad, or computer. Plus, they each get an XLR for their microphone (phantom power is available on the GreenRoom and TourBus). Now it's easy for each musician to balance the levels of all the other musicians. All the vocal mics have individual send amounts to a global vocal effect processor. It's amazing how much better everybody plays and sings when they're happy with their mix. The resulting music will be so good that you'll want to record it via the stereo recording out channel with its own mixer and TRS output (USB output is available on the GreenRoom and TourBus). The TourBus even adds an SD card recorder to archive every moment of the jam. (Connect it to powered speakers and you have a live show with stereo personal monitors!!!) Note to parents of teen musicians: Imagine a quiet Saturday afternoon at home without hearing the same three chords all day... priceless! And don't forget the optional SoleMix Remote mixing module that effectively lets you have your slice of the pizza 12' away from the JamHub. Headphone maker, Direct Sound, has partnered with the JamHub to create bundles (5-pack or 7-pack) of their EX-25 and EX-29 Extreme Isolation headphones that turn the JamHub into a pro-quality rehearsal facility. And finally, to those of you with lots of gear in your house who are thinking, "I'll bet I already have enough stuff to do all this," just consider that the whole JamHub can rest in your open hand and weighs 5 lbs. or less. And it's ready to go within a minute of everybody plugging in. More importantly, you don't have to tear up your studio trying to get this to work. From my heart I promise you: Just one jam session with out-of-town friends you rarely get to see will make you glad you own a JamHub.
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See also: Headphone Amps, JamHub, JamHub Headphone Amps and Distribution, JamHub Personal Mixers