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Rockboard HA 1 In-Ear Amplifier

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Headphone Amplifier for In-Ear Monitoring

  • Ideal for singers; keyboardists, drummers, guitarists, bassists and other musicians
  • Compact and lightweight design
  • Practical, easily accessible battery compartment with clip closure
  • Sturdy belt clip for attaching to belt or waistband
  • Up to 12 hours of battery life
  • Volume/on-off and stereo/mono source switches are easily accessible
  • Status LED
  • Aluminium housing
  • Input: 1 combination jack stereo 6.35 mm / XLR
  • Headphone output: 3.5 mm stereo mini jack
  • Max. output: 2 x 110 mW at 16 Ohm
  • Impedance < 0.1 Ohm
  • Power supply via 2 x AAA batteries (not included)
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 141 x 30 x 36 mm
  • Weight 111 g
Available since July 2023
Item number 565424
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Number of stereo channels 1
Output Level Adjustment Per Channel No
Amount Of Inputs 1
Rack format No
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Compact monitoring solution

Musicians usually associate the name RockBoard with pedalboards and accessories that make everyday touring easier. With the RockBoard HA 1 In-Ear Amplifier, the company is breaking new ground and providing a flexible and compact means of listening to the monitoring signal via in-ear headphones. The headphone amplifier, which measures 14cm in length, runs on two batteries, allowing it to be operated wirelessly, while the combo socket provides a flexible signal input and enables instruments to be connected via both XLR and 6.3mm jack cables. A volume control, headphone output, and mono/stereo switch are located at the opposite end of the amplifier, enabling flexible and reliable signal monitoring.

RockBoard HA 1 In-Ear Headphone

Flexible connectivity

An XLR/jack combo socket, which can be used to connect a signal via an XLR or 6.3mm jack cable, is built into the bottom end of the amplifier and comes complete with a metal push tab for the XLR cable to ensure a secure connection. The two controls, the headphone output, and a battery level LED are located at the opposite end. The volume control is blue, making it easily recognisable even on darker stages. The RockBoard HA 1 In-Ear Amplifier can be switched to mono when used with a mono source, such as the AUX send of a mixing console, and can be used with any in-ear model courtesy of its standard 3.5mm headphone output, which also exhibits a particularly low impedance of less than 0.1 ohms.

Controls on the RockBoard HA 1 In-Ear Headphone Amplifier

Volume adjustment in easy reach

The RockBoard HA 1 In-Ear Amplifier provides a simple solution for all musicians and singers who are looking to hear their music and vocals clearly, as well as a convenient way of monitoring mono mixes via the AUX send of a mixing console or for monitoring stereo signals. For added convenience and practicality, the headphone amplifier also comes with a sturdy belt clip for fixing to a belt or waistband, enabling the musician to adjust the volume at will – an action further facilitated by the upward-pointing volume control for particularly easy operation. The entirely wireless design, which calls for two optionally available AAA batteries providing a runtime of 12 hours, ensures even greater freedom of movement on the stage.

RockBoard HA 1 Headphone Preamp

About RockBoard

RockBoard is a brand belonging to Warwick Music Distribution GmbH, which is based in Markneukirchen in Germany's Vogtland region. RockBoard's range focuses on pedalboards, which are available in numerous different designs to suit any application and budget, and are complemented by an extensive range of pedalboard accessories, from slick patchbays for expanding the boards and high-quality patch cables for loss-free connection through to high-performance power adapters and the "QuickMount system" for rapid effect changes. In short, RockBoard offers virtually everything that players need to easily set up their own individual pedalboard.

Versatility at its finest

A monitor mix can be created in stereo using an external mixing console and outputted to the compact RockBoard HA 1 In-Ear Amplifier via an unbalanced XLR connection, or created in mono and outputted using an AUX send via a balanced XLR connection. Users also have the option of connecting a mono signal directly to the RockBoard HA 1 In-Ear Amplifier via the 6.3mm jack using the "thru" output of an electronic musical instrument such as a keyboard, digital piano, or synthesizer, for example. An XLR splitter, which is available as an optional extra, can also be used to split the signal from a singer's microphone, allowing one signal to reach the RockBoard HA 1 In-Ear Amplifier for direct in-ear monitoring by the singer without effects, while the other is directed to the FOH mixing console. Two AAA batteries are required for operation, and the Rockboard HA 1 In-Ear Amplifier is also compatible with rechargeable batteries.

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@68Snaps 15.09.2023
I use 4 of these for live recording sessions. They're connected in "mono" to 4 line outs of my antelope interface. I was worried they wouldn't be powerful enough to drive headphones, but they're actually extremely loud with sony MDR 7506's. In a nutshell, they provide a great alternative to digital IEM systems at a fraction the cost! I totally love them, and again at that price point, there's nothing you can complain about. If I wanted to be nitpicky, I'd say the volume button comes off too easily, and the clip is quite rigid. But I don't care, they serve their purpose perfectly.
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Alternative to Behringer P2
T.M. Alex 08.12.2023
I have both P2 and this one. P2 works well for many years already, this one seems like an upgraded version of P2 since it has more comfortable access to batteries and monostereo switch. On the other hand P2 looks like more solid and better quality tool, sound seems slightly better on P2 too but they both works pretty well at what they designed for.
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Leicht und praktisch
Bomber Murphy 19.08.2023
Durch das Aluminiumgehäuse ist der HPA deutlich leichter als das direkte Konkurrenzmodell. Das Batteriefach ist von außen zugänglich und auch der Schalter für Mono- oder Stereobetrieb ist außen neben dem Volumeregler positioniert. Drei klare Vorteile und damit Kaufempfehlung.
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Super mit kleiner Einschränkung
CA 09.10.2023
Vor dem HA 1 hatte ich den - von Konzept und Bauweise sehr ähnlichen - Behringer Powerplay P2. Letzterer hat aber nach zwei Jahren intensiven Livegebrauchs rein mechanisch seine beste Zeit hinter sich und zudem einige Macken, die mich schwer nerven und die der HA 1 verspricht besser zu machen.

Fangen wir doch gleich mal an:
Der HA 1 Clip greift kräftig zu und verformt sich im Betrieb nicht, dafür Daumen hoch.
Zudem muss man hier (anders als bei den Produkten von Behringer und Fischer Amps) nicht das ganze Gehäuse abziehen um Batterien zu wechseln. Es gibt ein von aussen zugängliches Batteriefach: zweiter Pluspunkt.
Zum dritten befindet sich der mono/stereo-Schieberegler aussen, auch das ein sehr lobenswertes und nützliches Feature.
Am grundlegenden Sound und der erreichbaren Lautstärke, sowie der Batterielaufzeit, gibt es ebenfalls nichts zu meckern.

Die einzige Einschränkung, die fünf Sterne in der Gesamtwertung verhindert, ist für mich das Volumen-Poti. Hier tut sich sehr, sehr viel am Anfang des Regelweges. Man braucht Fingerspitzengefühl um den richtigen Punkt zu finden. Meine Workaround ist, den Monitorweg am Mischpult relativ niedrig zu pegeln um am HA1 sinnvoll regeln zu können.
Nicht toll, aber angesichts des Preises und der sonstigen Qualitäten des Gerätes kann ich mich damit abfinden.
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