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Galaxy Audio AS-900 Personal Wireless System K7 

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A single-channel, entry-level wireless personal monitor system.

The Galaxy Audio AS-900 wireless system is an entry-level, fixed-frequency UHF wireless personal monitor system with one receiver, one transmitter and a pair of earbuds. The AS-900R bodypack receiver has an 80mW output and RF and low-battery indicator. The AS-900T transmitter has L/R level display, stereo XLR/1/4" inputs, and a headphone output with volume control.

Features AS-900 System:
  • UHF fixed frequency
  • 150' range
  • Single rackmount included
  • Earbuds included
AS-900T wireless transmitter
  • AF L/R indicator
  • Headphone out: volume control
  • Transmits in stereo or mono
  • Fixed frequency
  • XLR/1/4" combo input
  • RF output 10mW
AS-900R wireless bodypack receiver
  • 80mW
  • 2 "AA" batteries
  • RF indicator
  • Low-battery indicator

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AS-900 Personal Wireless System Specifications:

  • AS-900 System
  • Frequency Range and Transmitter Output Level
  • Band: UHF
  • Frequency Range: 630.2 MHZ and 659.0 MHZ
  • Transmitter Output Level: 10dBm
  • Operating Range: Under Typical Conditions 150' (50m)
  • Note: actual range depends on RF signal absorption, reflection, and interference
  • Audio Frequency Response: +/-3dB 80Hz~16KHz
  • Total Harmonic Distortion: +/-30KHz deviation 1KHz tone <1%
  • Dynamic Range: >90dB A-weighted
  • Operating Temperature: Range 14°F to 122°F (-10 C° to +50 C°)
  • Note: battery characteristics may limit this range
  • AS-900T transmitter
  • Max Audio input level: +6dBV
  • Gain adjustment range: 40dB
  • Input Impedance: 100KOhms
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 1.5" x 8.3" x 3.8" (38mm x 212mm x 96mm)
  • Weight: 21oz. (605g)
  • Power requirements: 12-18 V dc at 300mA supplied by external power supply
  • XLR input: Impedance balanced
  • Pin 1: Ground (cable shield)
  • Pin 2: Audio
  • Pin 3: No Audio
  • AS-900R Body-pack receiver
  • Audio output level: 80mW
  • Sensitivity: -94dBm for 30dB
  • Image rejection: >70dB
  • Dimensions (WxHxD) : 3.74" x 2.6" x 1" (95mm x 65mm x 25mm)
  • Weight: 3.2oz (90g) without batteries
  • Power Requirements: 2 "AA" size alkaline or rechargeable batteries Battery Life: About 5 hours
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Galaxy AudioAS-900 Personal Wireless System
 
3.9

(based on 28 reviews)

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    (13)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (9)

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73%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (13)
  • Lightweight (11)
  • Compact (8)
  • Good audio (8)
  • Durable (5)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Performances (10)
    • Outdoor events / games (6)
    • Home studio (3)
    • Professional recording (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Experienced (8), Professional musician (6)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Respectable system for the money

    Having looked for reviews on this before my purchase and finding none, I thought I'd help you out. My impressions after using this for 5 or so gigs are mostly positive. There are...Read complete review

    Having looked for reviews on this before my purchase and finding none, I thought I'd help you out. My impressions after using this for 5 or so gigs are mostly positive. There are two channels which you can run in stereo or summed mono (which is what I do). I have been getting a good clean signal that does not drift when using this option (I could not get a strong, steady signal in stereo mode for some reason). I take an aux send of the overall mix into one channel, and a direct out of my vocal into the other channel. You cannot control the mixdown with the Galaxy, as it has no mixing controls, so I premix at the board, and control the overall volume with controls on both the rear of the transmitter and the power/volume rotary pot control on the receiver. The earbuds are junk - easily evidenced by auditioning them with your iPod. I use a set of Shure E3's which I love, and would probably make even the cheapest of iem systems sound passable.-Hiss? None to VERY minor. Sometimes I'll get a slight bit when the gate transitions, but I can't blame that on the Galaxy unit. I am very happy with the clarity of the signal and lack of extraneous noise.-Range? I have not measured, but I have not lost signal from any place on a 25 x 25 stage. I have the unit racked with a Shure PGX wireless 58, and have had not noticed any crosstalk issues either.-Batteries? 2 AA's. Hooray!! Cheap, and seemingly last forever. I'm still on my first set after two weeks. Thank goodness the folks at Galaxy recognize that 9v cells cost much more than they are worth.-Volume? Here is where I got confused when reading a review of an older product, the AS-1000. There were multiple reviewers who noted that the volume level even at full on, was too low to be acceptable for stage monitoring. A look at the specs for the older unit shows the output from the receiver to be 20mW. The newer unit that I am reviewing has had a substantial upgrade: 80mW. I have never had to turn the volume completely up to get a reasonable sound level on stage. At a comfortable volume, I still have appx. 20% more headroom available, even with drums, Marshalls and Ampegs thundering away.-Clarity? Not much worse than your iPod. Of course the signal is getting to you by a UHF transmission, so it's not quite as good. If you send in clean signals at moderate levels to your transmitter, you will be happy with the result.Overall, well worth the expenditure. Spend some time with your signals and levels, and you will probably not be disappointed with this entry level system.

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    I play in a 7 piece horn band everyone is now on ears. We have one Audio Tech. M3, four PSM 200's, two PSM 600's and now one Galaxy Audio...Read complete review

    I play in a 7 piece horn band everyone is now on ears. We have one Audio Tech. M3, four PSM 200's, two PSM 600's and now one Galaxy Audio AS-900. The units are all comprible in end sound quality with some work on the board. We lost one of the recievers to one of the PSM 200's and we didn't have the cash to buy a new one, so I bought one of these units as a back up and for that weekends gigs. You have to be super carefull when using multiple wireless units in a rig, do your homework on the frequency cross talk considerations. again you can't change channels on this unit, our other units you can so with some minor adjustments there was no chance for cross talk between them all. Didn't use the ear buds included, but tested them and they are aweful, get a good pair before you even open the box. Anyway, the reciver was unbelieveibly hot, signal was great, clear and tons of headroom. I'm going to get one more just for some insurance if something happens to one of the other units.

    Look if you don't like carrying around wedges and you want a tight band with low stage volume then jump to using in ears, totally worth every penny.
    Features are pretty basic, volume on the reciever, Db reduction on the transmitter in the event your host signal is too hot. Couple of features that would help but probably drive the price up. Include the BNC antenna bulk head and extender for rack mounting. it comes with a rack mount kit but you should really move the antenna to the front if you're racking it up. I do however like the overside antenna that comes with it, it's about 2mm off on the clearance for an SKB rack but you'll be fine with a standard ATA flight case etc. Need to be able to select channels, even if it's via switches inside the unit, if you ever get interferance you won't be able to simple switch the channel like on a Shure PSM200 etc.
    You will absolutly have to upgrade the ear buds! again this keeps the cost down so plan on spending more on decent ones. But this is nothing different when getting a Shure, AT or Sennheiser model, you'll always want to upgrade the buds.
    We use a dedicated A&amp;H monitor mixer so we can really dial in the eq, I'm not sure how well these will work with a simply monitor send, also this unit does not have a limiter built in, so be carefull. these are ment to save your hearing not hurt them so maybe put a limiter in line.
    so far so good, I've dropped the pack a few times from about waist level and it's still working good. What's great is if you loose or break the reciever it's affordable to replace it, the Shure PSM reciever is more than the cost of this entire unit. (that's actually why I got the AS-900 to begin with)
    What can I say, you can not find a better price on a decent In ear wireless unit.

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    4.0

    Works Just Fine

    By MIDLIFE KRISIS

    from Lewiston, ME

    About Me Experienced

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use

    Cons

    • Plastic Reciever

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about Galaxy Audio AS-900 Personal Wireless System:

    I play guitar and sing in a classic rock band. We decided to go wireless with our stage monitors to stop the volume war on stage. I used these for a gig last weekend and loved it! I heard everything I wanted and nothing that I didn't! Only had one problem when I had to change the batteries and couldn't see which way they went in. I put them in backwards and then couldn't open it again! Played the last set without them but it was OK. I didn't try the earbuds that came with the unit, but the singer and other guitar player are using them and say they are fine. If you're having issues with the sound quality turn your signal down! There is plenty of volume in this unit but if you push a hard signal to the unit it won't sound good! The only guys in the band who aren't using these now are the drummer and bass player and I can tell you our sound has improved 90%! Wish we had done this years ago! I would give this 5 stars if it were made a little more rugged.

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    4.0

    Dont be fooled by the price!

    By "old school rocker"

    from Upstate, NY

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    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Compact
    • Compact And Rackable
    • Crystal Clear No Hum
    • Durable
    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight
    • Rackable
    • Uses Aa Batteriescheap
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • Ear Buds Are Lousy
    • None Found

    Best Uses

    • Drumming
    • Drumming Monitor
    • Performances

    Comments about Galaxy Audio AS-900 Personal Wireless System:

    Having been an active drummer for over 30 yrs, I've always used a wedge monitor for live performances. My ears would ring after shows for days! I decided to try in-ear monitors and started reading reviews, and that led me to the Galaxy system. I have absolutely no complaints whatsoever. Heres the deal... these need a monitor mix line out signal from your mixer to work properly! Being a drummer, I have the vocals, guitars, bass and drums all at a level that is comfortable and evenly mixed, and it sounds absolutely awsome! Plenty of head room on the volume control left as well! I took the advice of some of the other reviews and ordered a pair of Westcom in-ear buds...glad I did. The Galaxy buds are ok, but arnt nearly as clear and comfortable as the Westcoms. Also, the harshness of being behind a kit is toned down considerably. To make a long story short, I'm very pleased with how this new monitor system works for me, and should have gone this route a long long time ago! PS... the only reason I rated this a 4 star was because of the ear buds, and that was easily rendered by Westcom!

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    4.0

    AWESOME PRODUCT

    By OldGospeMan

    from central indiana

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    Pros

    • As Well As Expensive Mode
    • Clear Sound
    • Compact
    • Durable
    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • Better Instructions

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Mobile DJ
    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about Galaxy Audio AS-900 Personal Wireless System:

    Meant to get one of these for a long time. Singing powerful gospel in small venue had MY sound too loud for audience. Answered all monitor problems. Hear the power myself with speakers low for others. It could have better instructions as can see difficulty for novice operator. WHY WOULD ANYONE want too pay more for basic same item is beyond me. If you get constant complaints about volume.....get one. I love mine.

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    5.0

    Not Bad... Not Bad At All

    By Tod

    from Middle of Nowhere

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    Pros

    • Comes Wih Rack Mounts
    • Easy To Use
    • Interference Free
    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Lacks A Little Clarity

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Performances

    Comments about Galaxy Audio AS-900 Personal Wireless System:

    Let me start by saying that you will have to spend twice as much to beat these, so for those who would put them down, get out your checkbook or adjust your expectations. These things sound good... Not great but Very Good. One of the persistant criticisms is on the earbuds and I have to say that I kind of regret buying the more expensive ear buds because I preceeded to break them on the break of the first set at the fist gig and the buds that came with this are really not bad. Again, not great, but not bad either. I would stronly suggest trying the included ear buds before you upgrade.

    The thing is that with really good buds, you will find this system to by just a tad dull but not really in a bad way. At least they are not harsh or muddy. I had a Galaxy Hot Spot for years and it sounded fantastic. What I mean is that I don't think that the dulness is an accident. I think it's so you can hear clearly, without the feelilng of ice picks in your ears. The folks at Galaxy know what they are doing. After one gig, I can't live without them

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    1.0

    Started out OK, went downhill from there

    By Benjamin

    from Calgary, AB, CA

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Easy To Use

    Cons

    • Poor Sound Quality
    • Unreliable

    Best Uses

    • Paperweight

    Comments about Galaxy Audio AS-900 Personal Wireless System:

    I ordered this unit about a year ago. When I first received the unit, I set it up and tried it out. For some reason, the channel wasn't aligned properly on the receiver, so the sound was out of balance in my headphones (About 70/30). I should have just asked for a refund then, but Musicians Friend shipped me out a new unit and it seemed to work fine.

    It did a pretty decent job for a few months, with the exception of it compressing my feed into sludge at moderate input levels. However recently, the audio quality on it has gotten so bad that everything is distorted and compressed, and it is totally unusable. This is regardless of any setting that I threw at it. Now it isn't returnable and Galaxy isn't answering any of my emails.

    Overall, save your pennies and get a nicer system. If you really need in-ears, you can make a decent wired system for a fraction of the cost, with 100% more reliability.

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    1.0

    Pass...too much noice and painful

    By soridian

    from US

    About Me Professional Musician

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Cost I Guess
    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Too Much Interference
    • Unreliable

    Best Uses

    • Live performance

    Comments about Galaxy Audio AS-900 Personal Wireless System:

    I normally associate 80% of the time you get what you pay for. Occassionally you find a great value and quality on a cheaper item. Not this time. get a variable freq.

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    4.0

    As advertised.

    By Jameslucas12

    from Calgary Canada.

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Compact
    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight
    • Wireless

    Cons

    • Limited Functions

    Best Uses

    • Church Band
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Iem
    • Performances

    Comments about Galaxy Audio AS-900 Personal Wireless System:

    We have been looking for new wireless gear for our church for some time now. With the 700 band ban coming to a store near you in Canada we knew we needed some replacements. One of our psm 400's is also on the fritz. We have been using shure gear mostly and have been mostly happy with it. The 400's and the 600's. when I saw the price of this item I was skeptical but read lots of reviews and thought we would give it a try. We also had some space in the frequency range that these items are offered at so it worked out. We haven't had it long but so far its been all you could ask for at this price range and if you don't expect things it can't do then it works. The ear buds are average but if you have iem's then you already know that you need good ones.

    Setup is easy and range is actually pretty good. We haven't tested the range extensively but who needs to...as long as it works from the source to the receiver.

    The body pack doesn't feel any less durable then the psm 400 and with care should hold up nicely especially at this price point.

    Would have been nice to have mix mode on these units so you could have two separate mixes (left and right) to two different packs. We also have not yet tried it in stereo as we never really will need to. So I can't comment on that.

    All in all if you are looking for a cheaper alternative to the big guns this is a great little unit.

    Oh and no it doesn't have buzz/white noise problems also know as rf interference. As long as you manage your rf band usage properly.

    The bass response is decent but as suggested below below 80 clarity starts to drop off.

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    2.0

    Disappointing.

    By nevertoomanyelectrictwelves

    from Denton, TX

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    Pros

    • Compact
    • Easy To Use

    Cons

    • Noisy
    • Poor Sound Quality

    Best Uses

    • Doorstop
    • Paperweight

    Comments about Galaxy Audio AS-900 Personal Wireless System:

    I ordered this item as my band is transitioning from floor wedge monitor speakers to have better control over our stage volume and to reduce stage clutter. I selected the AS-900 for its reasonable price compared to other brands (roughly half their starting prices) and generally good reviews by others. First trial of the unit in a rehearsal situation was very disappointing: even with upgraded earpieces, bass is nonexistant, this was one area where I kind of counted on the manufacturer's spec to be conservative, but no -- there really isn't *anything* below 80 Hz. Worse, the unit is susceptible to *very* loud "FM hash" to the extent that it could have potential for accelerating hearing damage.

    And it's non-returnable. Oh joy.

    The really frustrating thing is that, on a real gamble, I bought a VERY entry-level, no-name offshore unit through that big on-line store (starts with "A") for one fourth the price of the Galaxy unit that, while more cheaply made, actually sounds and works much better.

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    4.0

    Looking for a Monitor?

    By Ceptor

    from Buffalo, NY

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • Limited Range

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Mobile DJ
    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about Galaxy Audio AS-900 Personal Wireless System:

    I was a drummer looking for a personal monitor that I could plug my earphones in to. It works! I can listen to my metronome in one ear and the singer in the other. Or whatever I choose to listen to as long as it has it's own channel on the mixing board. It is pretty reasonable priced and the sound isn't bad. BUT, it isn't crystal clear either! And if I move too far away from the transmitter, I get alot of static in my ears. So it's a good tool, just not GREAT!

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    4.0

    Excellent at this price point

    By The Old Engineer

    from Fairview NC

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    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Compact
    • Durable
    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Poor-sounding Earpieces
    • Single Fixed Frequency

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about Galaxy Audio AS-900 Personal Wireless System:

    Moving from floor wedges to in-ear monitors is big step, but the Galaxy AS-900 system is a good place to begin. The transmitter is very easy to set up, and the radio link is noiseless and dropout-free on any club-sized stage. The only real down-side is the included ear-pieces, which sound muddy at best. Add any quality ear-pieces (I suggest JBL Tempos) or headphones for that matter, and the sound is hi-fi. I've already ordered more receivers for the rest of the band...

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