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PreSonus Monitor Station V2

Desktop Monitor Controller with Input and Output Routing, 4 Headphone Outs with Individual Levels, Source Selection, S/PDIF Digital Input, and Talkback Mic - Black

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Manufacturer part number: 125087
GTIN: 6734542823
Manufacturer: PreSonus
$299.00

Equip your studio with pro monitoring features for a song.

Manage multiple audio sources and sets of monitor speakers, track using illegally loud headphone amplifiers, and talk back to your drummer—all from your desktop. 

 

Consider Your Sources.

Switch quickly and easily between up to four audio sources with a selection of input types.

Your personal studio is well equipped with a great interface (from PreSonus, of course!) and a CD player with an S/PDIF digital output. Perhaps you also need to listen to audio from a third source, such as a tape deck, or you want to be able to audition two different stereo mixes from the interface. The Monitor Station V2 provides a convenient desktop control center where you can switch between these sources without compromising the sound quality.

Switch between two pairs of balanced ¼” TRS and a third input channel that can be fed from an S/PDIF digital input (44.1, 48, 88.2, and 96 kHz), one pair of unbalanced RCA Aux inputs with gain control, and a 1/8” TRS unbalanced input that is summed with the RCA Aux inputs. A button switches between the analog Aux and digital S/PDIF inputs.

The Monitor Station allows each of the stereo inputs (TRS1, TRS2, aux) to be routed to one of two audio paths: Main and Cue. You also can route two separate signals (Main and Cue) to each of the four headphone amplifiers, which we’ll discuss shortly.

For example, send a mix with a click track to the TRS 2 input while sending the main mix to TRS 1; you can then enable the headphone amplifiers to carry either the cue or the main mix. The main audio path always feeds what you will hear in the control room.

 

​Manage Your Destinations.

Audition your music with your choice of three stereo pairs of speaker outputs, each with separate level control—and four screaming-loud headphone outs.  

Your small monitors and your large monitors—say, a pair of Eris E5s and a set of Sceptre S6s or S8s—both sound great but they’re constructed differently and each reveals things the other doesn’t. That’s why you have both. And you have a beloved vintage set of monitors that you’ll never surrender. But if you have to manually repatch the three sets of monitors one more time, you’re going to freak out and dummy-slap an alligator. (We strongly urge you not to do that.)

No worries! With Monitor Station V2, you can switch between the three sets of monitors instantly! Not only that, you can set each set of speakers’ level individually so that when you switch between speakers, your monitoring level stay the same.

Start with three left/right pairs of balanced ¼” TRS Speaker outputs, each with a level control. Add to that a left/right pair of line-level, balanced ¼” TRS Main outs and left and right balanced ¼” TRS Cue outputs with level control. The Main speaker level (but not the line-level outs) is controlled with a flagrantly large, blue knob on the Monitor Station V2’s control surface.

All speakers can be simultaneously available, or just one pair at a time, or you can choose between speakers A and B, with speaker output C remaining active to feed a subwoofer. 

 

 

Get This In Your Head.

With Monitor Station V2, you can evict the drummer from the main room, banish the guitarist to the bathroom, shove the singer into a closet, and make them like it.

↑ Read more

 

You have nothing against drummers (that you’ll admit to); you simply can’t fit drums in your main studio room. However, drums sound great in that big living room. And you get terrific natural reverb on the guitar when you throw that six-string slinger and his rig in the bathroom. Your treated walk-in closet makes a dandy isolation booth for singers.

But they each need a headphone feed, and you need to give them verbal cues. And you don’t want to buy even more gear to do it.

You’re covered with Monitor Station V2. It offers four ¼” TRS stereo headphone outputs driven by amplifiers so loud they ought to be illegal. Unless they’re stone deaf, your musicians will hear themselves! Each headphone out has a Main/Cue source selector, and individual output-level control. That’s the equivalent of a built-in HP4 headphone system!

And with the Monitor Station V2’s built-in, electret-condenser Talkback mic with level control, you can communicate with the talent over their headphones, no problem. A flaming red Talk button activates the mic and automatically attenuates the cue signal by 20 dB.

 

Have it Your Way.

The Monitor Station V2 offers powerful options that allow you to configure it for the way you like to work.

There’s more to managing a monitoring system than I/O, level controls, and talkback; Monitor Station V2 delivers all of the features you need.

Eight-segment, three-color LED meters indicate left and right signal levels. These LED meters can be set in any of three modes for use with +4 dB, +10 dB, or +18 dB signal levels.

A Mono switch sums the stereo outputs so you can check for phase problems. A large, conveniently located knob controls the main speaker output level (but not the main line-level outs), and a Dim switch with attenuation knob lets you reduce the speaker output by a variable amount (-30 to -6 dB). Of course, you can mute the speakers as well.

Each of us works a bit differently, so we gave you several ways to customize your Monitor Station V2. Input selection, speaker selection, and the aforementioned LED meter mode can each be set and saved during power up so you can customize your recording system for the way you work.

Input selection can be set in either Summing mode (TRS1, TRS2, and Aux-S/PDIF are summed together when engaged), or in Toggle mode (TRS1, TRS2, and Aux/Phono can only be selected one at a time).

Speaker selection can be in All On mode (speaker A, B and C can be engaged simultaneously), Toggle mode (speaker A, B, and C can only be selected one at a time), or Subwoofer mode (A and B are selectable, and C can be selected with A or B).

With its ergonomic, intuitive layout; extensive features and I/O; and PreSonus’ famed sound quality, Monitor Station V2 provides a versatile, convenient, and affordable solution for managing your studio monitoring system from your desktop. So sashay down to your PreSonus dealer and take control of your monitoring system the way the professionals do! 

Features

Inputs and Outputs

  • 2 Stereo pairs of ¼” TRS inputs
  • 1 Stereo pair of RCA Aux inputs
  • 1 Stereo S/PDIF coaxial (RCA) digital input (44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz)
  • 3 Stereo pairs of ¼” TRS speaker outputs with level controls
  • 1 Stereo pair of ¼” TRS Main outputs
  • 1 Stereo pair of ¼” TRS Cue outputs
  • 4 ¼” TRS screaming-loud stereo headphone outputs


​Controls

  • Large Main level control
  • 3 Individual Main Source (ST1, ST2, Aux) select switches
  • 3 Individual Speaker Select switches
  • Cue section with Source select (ST1, ST2, Aux) and output-level control
  • Aux-S/PDIF Select switch
  • Aux Input level control
  • Main Mute, Mono, and Dim switches with variable Dim attenuation


Additional Features

  • 8-segment color LED input meters with selectable reference level
  • Built-in electret-condenser talkback microphone with input-gain control and Talkback button
  • Convenient desktop design

 

Tech Specs

 

Audio Inputs

Internal Talkback Microphone

Gain Range +15 to +55 dB
Type Electret condenser
Sensitivity -42 dB

 

Stereo 1 and Stereo 2 Inputs

Type ¼” TRS Active Balanced
Input Impedance (Balanced) 10 kΩ
S/N Ratio (1 kHz @ +10 dBu, Unity Gain) >105 dB
THD+N (unwtd, 1 kHz @ 0 dBu Output, Unity Gain) <0.0075%
Frequency Response (±0.5 dB) 10 Hz to 65 kHz
Noise Floor (20 Hz to 20 kHz, 150Ω input termination) -96 dBu
Maximum Input Level (Minimum Gain, 1 kHz @ 0.5% THD+N) +22 dBu

 

Auxiliary Inputs

Type RCA Active Unbalanced
Input Impedance 47.5 kΩ
S/N Ratio (1 kHz @ 0 dBu, Unity Gain) >115 dB
THD+N (unwtd, 1 kHz @ 0 dBu Output, Unity Gain) <0.01%
Frequency Response (±0.5 dB) 10 Hz to 50 kHz
Gain Range 80 dB to +10 dB

 

S/PDIF

Types RCA 75Ω coax
Dynamic Range 113 dB
THD+N 0.0025% (1 kHz @ -1 dBFS)
Maximum output at 0 dBFS +18 dBu
Sample Rates 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96 kHz

 

Input Meters (ST1, ST2, and Aux only)

Type Dual 8-segment LED w/peak hold
Sensitivity Range -24 dB to 0 dB

 

Audio Outputs

Type ¼” TRS Active Balanced
Output Impedance (Balanced) 51Ω
THD+N (unwtd, 1 kHz @ 0 dBu, Unity Gain) <0.01%
Frequency Response (±0.5 dB) 10 Hz to 50 kHz

 

Speaker A, B, and C

Trim Range -80 dB to 0 dB
Main Level Range -80 dB to 0 dB
Dim Attenuation Range -30 dB to -6dB

 

Cue

Cue Level Range -80 dB to 0 dB
Dim Attenuation (Talkback activated) -20 dB

 

Headphones

Type ¼” TRS Active Stereo
Maximum Output (60Ω load) 150 mW / channel
Frequency Response (±1.0 dB) 10 Hz to 50 kHz

 

Power

Power Supply Type External DC Transformer/Internal Line
Input Connector Type Barrel, 5.5 mm outside diameter, 2.1 mm inside diameter
Monitor Station Input Voltage Range 18 VDC
Power Requirements (Continuous) 10W

 

Physical

Dimensions

Height 2.5” (63.5 mm)
Depth 8.5” (216 mm)
Width 9” (228.6 mm)
Weight 6 lbs. (4.54 kg)

Equip your studio with pro monitoring features for a song.

Manage multiple audio sources and sets of monitor speakers, track using illegally loud headphone amplifiers, and talk back to your drummer—all from your desktop. 

 

Consider Your Sources.

Switch quickly and easily between up to four audio sources with a selection of input types.

Your personal studio is well equipped with a great interface (from PreSonus, of course!) and a CD player with an S/PDIF digital output. Perhaps you also need to listen to audio from a third source, such as a tape deck, or you want to be able to audition two different stereo mixes from the interface. The Monitor Station V2 provides a convenient desktop control center where you can switch between these sources without compromising the sound quality.

Switch between two pairs of balanced ¼” TRS and a third input channel that can be fed from an S/PDIF digital input (44.1, 48, 88.2, and 96 kHz), one pair of unbalanced RCA Aux inputs with gain control, and a 1/8” TRS unbalanced input that is summed with the RCA Aux inputs. A button switches between the analog Aux and digital S/PDIF inputs.

The Monitor Station allows each of the stereo inputs (TRS1, TRS2, aux) to be routed to one of two audio paths: Main and Cue. You also can route two separate signals (Main and Cue) to each of the four headphone amplifiers, which we’ll discuss shortly.

For example, send a mix with a click track to the TRS 2 input while sending the main mix to TRS 1; you can then enable the headphone amplifiers to carry either the cue or the main mix. The main audio path always feeds what you will hear in the control room.

 

​Manage Your Destinations.

Audition your music with your choice of three stereo pairs of speaker outputs, each with separate level control—and four screaming-loud headphone outs.  

Your small monitors and your large monitors—say, a pair of Eris E5s and a set of Sceptre S6s or S8s—both sound great but they’re constructed differently and each reveals things the other doesn’t. That’s why you have both. And you have a beloved vintage set of monitors that you’ll never surrender. But if you have to manually repatch the three sets of monitors one more time, you’re going to freak out and dummy-slap an alligator. (We strongly urge you not to do that.)

No worries! With Monitor Station V2, you can switch between the three sets of monitors instantly! Not only that, you can set each set of speakers’ level individually so that when you switch between speakers, your monitoring level stay the same.

Start with three left/right pairs of balanced ¼” TRS Speaker outputs, each with a level control. Add to that a left/right pair of line-level, balanced ¼” TRS Main outs and left and right balanced ¼” TRS Cue outputs with level control. The Main speaker level (but not the line-level outs) is controlled with a flagrantly large, blue knob on the Monitor Station V2’s control surface.

All speakers can be simultaneously available, or just one pair at a time, or you can choose between speakers A and B, with speaker output C remaining active to feed a subwoofer. 

 

 

Get This In Your Head.

With Monitor Station V2, you can evict the drummer from the main room, banish the guitarist to the bathroom, shove the singer into a closet, and make them like it.

↑ Read more

 

You have nothing against drummers (that you’ll admit to); you simply can’t fit drums in your main studio room. However, drums sound great in that big living room. And you get terrific natural reverb on the guitar when you throw that six-string slinger and his rig in the bathroom. Your treated walk-in closet makes a dandy isolation booth for singers.

But they each need a headphone feed, and you need to give them verbal cues. And you don’t want to buy even more gear to do it.

You’re covered with Monitor Station V2. It offers four ¼” TRS stereo headphone outputs driven by amplifiers so loud they ought to be illegal. Unless they’re stone deaf, your musicians will hear themselves! Each headphone out has a Main/Cue source selector, and individual output-level control. That’s the equivalent of a built-in HP4 headphone system!

And with the Monitor Station V2’s built-in, electret-condenser Talkback mic with level control, you can communicate with the talent over their headphones, no problem. A flaming red Talk button activates the mic and automatically attenuates the cue signal by 20 dB.

 

Have it Your Way.

The Monitor Station V2 offers powerful options that allow you to configure it for the way you like to work.

There’s more to managing a monitoring system than I/O, level controls, and talkback; Monitor Station V2 delivers all of the features you need.

Eight-segment, three-color LED meters indicate left and right signal levels. These LED meters can be set in any of three modes for use with +4 dB, +10 dB, or +18 dB signal levels.

A Mono switch sums the stereo outputs so you can check for phase problems. A large, conveniently located knob controls the main speaker output level (but not the main line-level outs), and a Dim switch with attenuation knob lets you reduce the speaker output by a variable amount (-30 to -6 dB). Of course, you can mute the speakers as well.

Each of us works a bit differently, so we gave you several ways to customize your Monitor Station V2. Input selection, speaker selection, and the aforementioned LED meter mode can each be set and saved during power up so you can customize your recording system for the way you work.

Input selection can be set in either Summing mode (TRS1, TRS2, and Aux-S/PDIF are summed together when engaged), or in Toggle mode (TRS1, TRS2, and Aux/Phono can only be selected one at a time).

Speaker selection can be in All On mode (speaker A, B and C can be engaged simultaneously), Toggle mode (speaker A, B, and C can only be selected one at a time), or Subwoofer mode (A and B are selectable, and C can be selected with A or B).

With its ergonomic, intuitive layout; extensive features and I/O; and PreSonus’ famed sound quality, Monitor Station V2 provides a versatile, convenient, and affordable solution for managing your studio monitoring system from your desktop. So sashay down to your PreSonus dealer and take control of your monitoring system the way the professionals do! 

Features

Inputs and Outputs

  • 2 Stereo pairs of ¼” TRS inputs
  • 1 Stereo pair of RCA Aux inputs
  • 1 Stereo S/PDIF coaxial (RCA) digital input (44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz)
  • 3 Stereo pairs of ¼” TRS speaker outputs with level controls
  • 1 Stereo pair of ¼” TRS Main outputs
  • 1 Stereo pair of ¼” TRS Cue outputs
  • 4 ¼” TRS screaming-loud stereo headphone outputs


​Controls

  • Large Main level control
  • 3 Individual Main Source (ST1, ST2, Aux) select switches
  • 3 Individual Speaker Select switches
  • Cue section with Source select (ST1, ST2, Aux) and output-level control
  • Aux-S/PDIF Select switch
  • Aux Input level control
  • Main Mute, Mono, and Dim switches with variable Dim attenuation


Additional Features

  • 8-segment color LED input meters with selectable reference level
  • Built-in electret-condenser talkback microphone with input-gain control and Talkback button
  • Convenient desktop design

 

Tech Specs

 

Audio Inputs

Internal Talkback Microphone

Gain Range +15 to +55 dB
Type Electret condenser
Sensitivity -42 dB

 

Stereo 1 and Stereo 2 Inputs

Type ¼” TRS Active Balanced
Input Impedance (Balanced) 10 kΩ
S/N Ratio (1 kHz @ +10 dBu, Unity Gain) >105 dB
THD+N (unwtd, 1 kHz @ 0 dBu Output, Unity Gain) <0.0075%
Frequency Response (±0.5 dB) 10 Hz to 65 kHz
Noise Floor (20 Hz to 20 kHz, 150Ω input termination) -96 dBu
Maximum Input Level (Minimum Gain, 1 kHz @ 0.5% THD+N) +22 dBu

 

Auxiliary Inputs

Type RCA Active Unbalanced
Input Impedance 47.5 kΩ
S/N Ratio (1 kHz @ 0 dBu, Unity Gain) >115 dB
THD+N (unwtd, 1 kHz @ 0 dBu Output, Unity Gain) <0.01%
Frequency Response (±0.5 dB) 10 Hz to 50 kHz
Gain Range 80 dB to +10 dB

 

S/PDIF

Types RCA 75Ω coax
Dynamic Range 113 dB
THD+N 0.0025% (1 kHz @ -1 dBFS)
Maximum output at 0 dBFS +18 dBu
Sample Rates 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96 kHz

 

Input Meters (ST1, ST2, and Aux only)

Type Dual 8-segment LED w/peak hold
Sensitivity Range -24 dB to 0 dB

 

Audio Outputs

Type ¼” TRS Active Balanced
Output Impedance (Balanced) 51Ω
THD+N (unwtd, 1 kHz @ 0 dBu, Unity Gain) <0.01%
Frequency Response (±0.5 dB) 10 Hz to 50 kHz

 

Speaker A, B, and C

Trim Range -80 dB to 0 dB
Main Level Range -80 dB to 0 dB
Dim Attenuation Range -30 dB to -6dB

 

Cue

Cue Level Range -80 dB to 0 dB
Dim Attenuation (Talkback activated) -20 dB

 

Headphones

Type ¼” TRS Active Stereo
Maximum Output (60Ω load) 150 mW / channel
Frequency Response (±1.0 dB) 10 Hz to 50 kHz

 

Power

Power Supply Type External DC Transformer/Internal Line
Input Connector Type Barrel, 5.5 mm outside diameter, 2.1 mm inside diameter
Monitor Station Input Voltage Range 18 VDC
Power Requirements (Continuous) 10W

 

Physical

Dimensions

Height 2.5” (63.5 mm)
Depth 8.5” (216 mm)
Width 9” (228.6 mm)
Weight 6 lbs. (4.54 kg)
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