The PodTrak P4 has inputs for four XLR microphones, each with 70 dB of gain and switchable phantom power for condenser mics.
Plug your phone right into a dedicated TRRS input, or make use of the BTA-2 Bluetooth adapter (available separately for $50) to stream audio wirelessly from your smartphone.
Best Buy currently has these in stock.
If you’re talking to someone over VoIP, you can plug your Skype- or Zoom-enabled computer into a dedicated USB-C port. What’s more, you can combine two remote options at any one time: if you have one remote guest connecting over Bluetooth and another over your computer.
It has four pads for storing and triggering jingles, cues, and bumper music.
For multitrack recording, the PodTrak P4 offers an SD slot able to handle 512 GB of audio. You can record each XLR input, the remote input, and the soundboard all to their own individual files. The PodTrak P4 will even create a master stereo recording of your mix.
Got the device and posted a review of it. I answer some questions from Reddit and walk through the menu.
- Four mic inputs with XLR connectors
- Four headphone outputs with individual volume control
- Gain control knobs and mute buttons for each input
- Phantom power for all XLR inputs
- Automatically prevent feedback from call audio using the Mix-Minus function
- Easily connect your phone using the TRRS connection
- Trigger sound effects using four assignable Sound Pads with 11 preset sounds
- All input sources are recorded on separate tracks to the SD card
- 16-bit /44.1kHz audio WAV
- Records directly to SD, SDHC and SDXC cards up to 512 GB
- 2-input, 2-output USB audio interface
- Class-compliant mode for iOS compatibility
- Up to four hours of use with just two AA batteries or a USB power supply