Virgil OB receives 2 x audio circuits from a Dante / AES67 network and routes one to the left and the other to the right channel of the headphone amplifier. A front panel volume control allows the user to adjust the output volume of the headphones.
The 2 incoming audio circuits are also presented on a pair of balanced analogue audio XLRs on the rear of the unit. A switch on the side of the unit sets these 2 outputs to be post or pre fade of the front panel level control.
The Virgil OB is housed in a robust but lightweight aluminium casing that has been proven to withstand the rigours of life on the road. It also features a hardwearing beltclip allowing the unit to be quickly and securely attached to both people and infrastructure.
As well as being suitable for low & high impedance headphones our unique headphone amplifier circuit can be connected to both stereo headphones & mono earpieces, making the Virgil OB suitable for driving television presenters ear pieces.
Virgil was the Roman poet who guided Dante through Hell and Purgatory, the Glensound Virgil OB is a clever little headphone amplifier for providing crystal clear audio into studio & broadcast headphones.
Packaged in a small & robust format and designed for outside broadcast & theatre applications wherever a headphone circuit or analogue output is required, the Virgil OB provides a simple interface between Dante / AES67 network audio systems and users headphones or other analogue audio equipment.
The Virgil OB encompasses a unique headphone amplifier circuit which automatically provides the correct output level to match the impedance of the attached headphones (to produce the same volume high impedance headphones require a much greater output level than low impedance).