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Galaxy Audio AS-1000 Any Spot Wireless In-Ear Personal Monitor System   

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Clear the stage of bulky monitor wedges.

The Galaxy AS-1000 Any Spot wireless in-ear personal monitor system is a great alternative for performers weary of lugging around heavy, bulky floor monitors and tired of leaving a gig with ringing ears.

The AS-1000 Any Spot wireless in-ear personal monitor from Galaxy Audio is effective at eliminating stage noise. In-ear personal monitors are also good for protecting your ears from damage, allowing you to move around a stage, and eliminating feedback.

The Any Spot is easy to use and replaces floor wedges and the amplifiers that power them. Simply plug it into a monitor out on a mixing console, create the desired mix, and the AS-1000 is ready to deliver quality sound. It has 64 UHF frequencies from which to choose the best and clearest and the transmitter can operate in either stereo or mono modes.

The AS-1000 features a true diversity receiver with 2 antennas. Each antenna seeks the signal from the transmitter individually. This means fewer dropouts than with a non-diversity system. In the rare event of a dropout, an auto-mute feature kicks in so you don't hear any static.

The transmitter has RCA, XLR, and 1/4" inputs on the back. It allows simultaneous broadcast of audio signals from a source such as a CD player, tape player, computer, iPod, etc, and a microphone while offering individual level adjustment for each of the 2 sources. This works great for presentations or for a solo performer who wants to monitor a microphone and backing track.

Consumer Alert:

Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCCs wireless microphone website at: www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.


SPECIFICATIONS

AS-1000 Any Spot Wireless In-Ear Personal Monitor System

  • AS-1000R Receiver
    Model no.: AS1000R
    Frequency Range: UHF 682-698MHz. 64 CH
    Case: Body-pack in-ear personal monitor
    Oscillator: PLL synthesized
    Receiving Mode: Single channel. Diversity
    Frequency Stability: ±0.005%
    Receiving Sensitivity: At 5 dBuV over 80dB S/N ratio
    Image & Spurious Rej.: 80dB minimum
    Selectivity: > 50dB
    Modulation Mode: FM
    IF Frequency: 1st: 56MHz 2nd: 10.7MHz
    Dynamic Range: >96dB
    S/N Ratio: >94dB, at 15KHz deviation and 60dBuV antenna
    input

    AF Response:
    Headphone: 100Hz to 10KHz (±3dB)
    Line: 40Hz to 15KHz (±3dB)

    T.H.D.
    <1%(at 1KHz)

    Power Supply
    DC 3V ( 2 x 1.5V AA batteries or rechargeable
    batteries)

    Audio Output:
    Headphone stereo output: 20mW
    Line stereo output level: -10dB

    Current Consumption:
    130mA ± 10mA

    Dimensions (W x H x D):
    3" x 4.2" x 1.2" (76 x 106 x 29mm)

    AS-1000T Transmitter
    Frequency range: UHF 682 698MHz
    RF power output: 10mW or 100mW
    Frequency stability: ±0.005%
    Maximum deviation: ±48KHz with limiting compressor
    Spurious emission: >60dB below carrier frequency
    T.H.D.: <1% (at 1KHz)
    Power supply: DC12 18V
    Tone key: 32.768 KHz
    Current consumption: 140mA ±10mA(100mW)
    Dimensions (W x H x D): 8.31" x 1.73" x 7.1" (211 x 44 x 180mm)
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4.6

(based on 10 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

FDRBandGreg blues-southern rock Villa Rica Ga.

I needed something to help isolate my vocals and harp against 2 very loud guitars and a bass. Floor monitors have not been a good solution for us due to feedback. The...Read complete review

I needed something to help isolate my vocals and harp against 2 very loud guitars and a bass. Floor monitors have not been a good solution for us due to feedback. The "Anyspot" is quite simple and user friendly. The transmitter and receiver so far has worked without failure. The signal distance is far more than what you should need in a club-bar setting. The sound quality is very clear and good. Upgrades that I made were: I bought a clip case (Like a large cell phone case) to slip the receiver into as I did not like the cheap belt clip that came with the unit and worried about it slipping off and hitting the floor. Earbuds also needed upgrading as the originals would not stay in my ears. I bought a cheap pair of Jensen "marshmallow" earbuds which stay in great and work perfectly fine for about $20.00.For the money and value you can't beat this system. So far, it has been has been very reliable and trouble free. I use both channels one for vocals and one for amplified harmonica. I plug an aux send from my harp amp into the line channel and a vocal send from my vocal pedal into the XLR "mic" input. I then mix volume levels of both inputs individually to create the perfect monitor mix for myself. This system finally provides the solution I have been searching for for years. I can hear my vocals, and harp clearly above the rest of the band without feedback worries and feedback problems from using floor monitors. My hearing is also now being saved from the high DB guitar and bass levels yet I can still hear everyone at a comfortable level to play well. My voice is also being saved as I don't have to strain to hear myself above the rest of the band. I'm performing now better than ever with the most ease and confidence that I've ever had. I have the confidence now to put those little vocal and harp effects out there. Our audience is now getting our absolute best music and performing is much much more enjoyable now. You can spend a lot more on a Shure or Steinhauser but I really question if you get any more significant value than what the "Anyspot" unit provides. Time will tell on how well it holds up but so far so good! This piece of equipment has provided a great solution to an ongoing problem for me. If you are looking for an in-ear monitor system at a great value the Galaxy Audio Anyspot fits the bill almost perfectly!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Works well, but it's built cheap! (made in China)

The transmitter and receiver work well, but you will have to buy a good headset and be careful with the belt clip. I often drop my transmitter on the floor because the clip comes...Read complete review

The transmitter and receiver work well, but you will have to buy a good headset and be careful with the belt clip. I often drop my transmitter on the floor because the clip comes off. Not road worthy at all, but good if you only use it once in a while.

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5.0

Hundreds of gigs and NO PROBLEMS

By Craig-xMavT

from Milwaukee WI

Update to my full review:I use the $500 Shure SE535 Sound Isolating Earphones with this. You will need to upgrade. The stock earbuds (like most stock earbuds) sound like mud. It's smart though because it keeps the price down and then you choose your level of earbud upgrade.

 
5.0

Hundreds of gigs and NO PROBLEMS

By Craig-xMavT

from Milwaukee WI

I've been using it for 3-4 years doing up to 70 shows a year. I've never had a problem. It's dead simple to use and I didn't pay extra for stupid features I would never use. I don't want extra features...I want gear that's easy to use and works so I can get on with performing.I choose this unit because it was the ONLY unit with stereo inputs for my stereo guitar rig (probably great for stereo keyboard rigs too) as well as a MONO input to get a band mix from the mixing board. That way I have one volume knob to control the band mix and one volume knob to control my guitar mix. WORKS GREAT!HERES HOW: I send a stereo signal from my guitar preamp to a stereo DI box. From there, stereo XLRs to the mixer and then use the THRU on the DI to go to the Galaxy's stereo "Line" inputs. I get a mono monitor feed from the mixer back to the Galaxy's "Mic" input with all my bandmates in it.

 
5.0

3 years and still going strong...

By Silenced Within

from Houston

Purchased this unit three years ago for my singer. We perform in a metal band, and she was constantly losing her voice screaming over the band to hear herself at clubs. Using a Sennheiser EW335G2 wireless mic system we connected the XLR out to the input of the Galaxy IEM and the 1/4 line out from the Sennheiser out to a direct box for the sound board/PA. Our singer could hear herself fine, but the club sound men were constantly complaining we did not have enough signal. This led them to crank her up so hot that feedback became a huge issue. We solved this by purchasing a second Sennheiser receiver, one for the Galaxy, and the second directly out the the board. Have never had an issue since. As far as durability, the transmitter has so far survived countless falls and abuse. Continues to function as designed. Be sure to upgrade the headphones, we chose the Shure SE535. Would highly recommend the Galaxy to anyone.

 
5.0

Great unit

By OxYxWT1FJ

from Portland

We use it for video recording (music) with all our cameras. The product does exactly as advertised.The unit serve us well to sync the audio to with our master recording. If we could get a bit more low freq response then we could eliminate our seperate digital recorders and use this only for video and not have to sync it during editing.It's really a minor issue :)No matter, this unit is really a bargain for any videographers to get perfect sound and not use a microphone.

 
5.0

FDRBandGreg blues-southern rock Villa Rica Ga.

By FDRbandGregBates

from Villa Rica, Ga.

I needed something to help isolate my vocals and harp against 2 very loud guitars and a bass. Floor monitors have not been a good solution for us due to feedback. The "Anyspot" is quite simple and user friendly. The transmitter and receiver so far has worked without failure. The signal distance is far more than what you should need in a club-bar setting. The sound quality is very clear and good. Upgrades that I made were: I bought a clip case (Like a large cell phone case) to slip the receiver into as I did not like the cheap belt clip that came with the unit and worried about it slipping off and hitting the floor. Earbuds also needed upgrading as the originals would not stay in my ears. I bought a cheap pair of Jensen "marshmallow" earbuds which stay in great and work perfectly fine for about $20.00.For the money and value you can't beat this system. So far, it has been has been very reliable and trouble free. I use both channels one for vocals and one for amplified harmonica. I plug an aux send from my harp amp into the line channel and a vocal send from my vocal pedal into the XLR "mic" input. I then mix volume levels of both inputs individually to create the perfect monitor mix for myself. This system finally provides the solution I have been searching for for years. I can hear my vocals, and harp clearly above the rest of the band without feedback worries and feedback problems from using floor monitors. My hearing is also now being saved from the high DB guitar and bass levels yet I can still hear everyone at a comfortable level to play well. My voice is also being saved as I don't have to strain to hear myself above the rest of the band. I'm performing now better than ever with the most ease and confidence that I've ever had. I have the confidence now to put those little vocal and harp effects out there. Our audience is now getting our absolute best music and performing is much much more enjoyable now. You can spend a lot more on a Shure or Steinhauser but I really question if you get any more significant value than what the "Anyspot" unit provides. Time will tell on how well it holds up but so far so good! This piece of equipment has provided a great solution to an ongoing problem for me. If you are looking for an in-ear monitor system at a great value the Galaxy Audio Anyspot fits the bill almost perfectly!

 
4.0

Good Buy

By Telesonic

from Atlanta, Georgia

I was of course skeptical because of the low price, but I am impressed. My rack case with my Shure 400 series was stolen and I needed a quick fix. The earbuds they come with are garbage. My ipod came with better. I use Shure E5's and they sound just as good as the Shure 200 series. These are a great deal for the money!!

 
5.0

Great for the budget musician

By Adessmith

from Undisclosed

Overall this unit really impressed me. Make sure you get the units with the "new and improved earbuds". The new ones are ok, the old ones are horrible.It has most of the features of the more expensive units except for a balance control on the belt pack. The plastic feels a little cheap and without batteries in it has very little weight to it. Durability could be an issue if you are rough on equipment. Sound quality and reception are excellent. Overall I would recommend to any one without the cash for the higher end units.

 
3.0

Works well, but it's built cheap! (made in China)

By TerryM

from New Brunswick, Canada

The transmitter and receiver work well, but you will have to buy a good headset and be careful with the belt clip. I often drop my transmitter on the floor because the clip comes off. Not road worthy at all, but good if you only use it once in a while.

 
5.0

Shure-watch out

By LA Funk Master

from Lafayette, LA

I'm an all-time Shure fan, but this unit has impressed my ears, and my wallet. Quite a unit for the price. Has the same basic features as the comparable Shure model, and about 30% less money. That's a no brainer for me. I would recommend this to anyone wanting to go to wireless in-ears.

 
4.0

OK Xmtr/Rcvr, but upgrade the earbuds immediately!

By SEFSTRAT

from Upstate New York

We use this as a backup unit for our usual Shur 400 series monitor systems. It sounds decent IF used with upgraded earbuds (Shure E3, Shure E5). The earbuds packaged with the unit are literally unusable; distorted and awful. I recommend getting something at least on the level of a pair of Ultimate Ears or Shure E3s immidiately.

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