You splurged. You bought gorgeous new M!KA microphone arms for the studio. And you got the ones with the tally lights. Good thinking. In the Smartphone era, guests get distracted. You need a way to get their attention and the mic arm tally lights are um, brilliant.
So how exactly do you drive those lights anyway? With our Mic Tally Gizmo, of course! The 5-pin XLR topside carries the microphone audio and the signal voltage for the tally light. The microphone signal is passed through to a 3-pin XLR connector on the bottom.
Dual logic inputs can drive the tally either red or white. Red is usually the color for on-air. White can be used for an alternate signal. Ready light, talkback indicator, phone ringer, pizza delivery, your own bright idea.