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Galaxy Audio Hot Spot with Stand Adapter
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Galaxy Hot Spots provide maximum in-your-face monitoring that delivers great onstage sound with no footprint. Mounts on a standard mic stand to permi...Click To Read More About This Product
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Galaxy Hot Spots provide maximum in-your-face monitoring that delivers great onstage sound with no footprint. Mounts on a standard mic stand to permit versatile positioning and free up valuable floor space on crowded stages. 16ohm impedance. Rugged black ABS enclosure. 2 jacks allow daisy-chaining. Frequency response: 150Hz-18kHz.
- Controlled Bandwidth (150Hz-18kHz +/- 6 dB)
- Two S5N-8 NEOLITE drivers ferrofluid cooled
- 200 watt continuous power rating
- 98 dB sensitivity (1 watt at 1 meter)
- 123 dB maximum SPL (200 watts at .5 meter)
- 28 SPLOWT
- 16 ohm impedance
- One Twist Lock & Two _" jacks enable HOT SPOTs to be "daisy chained"
- Rugged black ABS cabinet with cloth covered ABS grille
- Mic stand socket
- 6.75" x 10.94" x 6" (171 mm x 278 mm x 152 mm)
- 4.5 lbs. (2.04 kg)
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Features: 2 floor angles, stand mount, 1/4" & speakon connectors, 4.5 lbs. Pretty good for just a monitor.Quality: Sounds great and doesn't break up, durable ABS cab.Value: This is a lot of performance for the price.I never liked the earlier versions of these because they just didn't have what I needed. Recently, they changed the drivers to neos and the sensitivity went up to 98db @ 1w/1m. At full rms power, this translates to an incredible 123db and they are loud. They sound great and don't break up at rated power. Hot Spots have finally evolved into a legitimate vocal floor monitor. They are rolled off at 150hz, and help reject low frequency feedback, but this limits them to vocal monitor duty only. At 16ohms, they are also bridged-amp friendly.
This is a 16-ohm speaker. Most amps are designed for 8 ohm and lower loads. You have to use two of these in parallel to reach 8 ohms. The model with the volume control has even higher impedance.Also, they don't sound that good. Lots of midrange, and IMO a harsh tone. We own two of these (with VC), and we're going to replace them with something else.