The Redco Little Red Cue Box is a professional audio monitoring device which allows up to four stereo headphones to be controlled separately. A typical use of the Cue Box would be for musicians to listen to the cue mix while laying down tracks in a recording studio.
You can connect up to four pairs of dynamic headphones to the Headphone outputs using 1/4” stereo phone plugs. The volume of each pair of headphones can then be controlled separately, providing a comfortable listening level for each musician while listening to the same cue mix. A typical instance when this is important is while background vocals are being recorded and more than one singer is using the same microphone and cue.
Redco Little Red Cue Box Features
Full stereo operation
Four headphone position
Level trims on each output
XLR input and output connectors for series interconnection using regular mic cables
Mar-resistant Red Powder Coat finish
Input from Amplifier: 3 pin Female XLR connector. Pin 1 – common ground. Pin 2 – right cue amplifier. Pin 3 – Left cue amplifier.
Output from Cue Box: 3 pin Male XLR connector. The signal is straight through from the input allowing connection of further Little Red Cue Boxes for additional headphones. The total number of Cue Boxes that can be cascaded is dependent on the impedance of the headphones used. Connection is made using standard microphone cables.
Headphone outputs: Stereo 1/4” phone plug. Designed for up to four dynamic headphones. The outputs are parallel, but with independent rotary control for each output.
Dimensions: 3-1/2 x 7 x 2-1/2 inches nominal