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Overview

  • Designed to reduce stage clutter and volume by putting the sound where you can most use it — the compact, rugged, lightweight PM-100 can be mounted on a mic stand (with built-in mic stand mount), used as an up-close monitor on a keyboard, or as a stage monitor with four different angled positions for optimum placement and versatility
  • Specially designed dual ferro-fluid 5” drivers offer 200W peak power handling capacity, superior gain before feedback and up to 125dB maximum SPL
  • Uniquely tuned response projects audio at the desired frequencies to cut through stage noise while ensuring high feedback immunity
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Reduce stage clutter and put the sound precisely where you need it!

The compact, rugged, lightweight Nady PSM-100 small monitor can be mounted on a mic stand on its built-in mounting socket or set on a keyboard for an up-close monitor. Dual ferro-fluid 5" drivers deliver tight, clean volume and handle 200W. Superior gain-before-feedback up to 125dB maximum SPL, and 140-15kHz frequency response with controlled bandwidth for optimum intelligibility. The speaker's volume control knob lets you tweak it without going to the board and dual 1/4" I/O jacks allow daisy-chaining.

Features

  • Designed to reduce stage clutter and volume by putting the sound where you can most use it — the compact, rugged, lightweight PM-100 can be mounted on a mic stand (with built-in mic stand mount), used as an up-close monitor on a keyboard, or as a stage monitor with four different angled positions for optimum placement and versatility
  • Specially designed dual ferro-fluid 5” drivers offer 200W peak power handling capacity, superior gain before feedback and up to 125dB maximum SPL
  • Uniquely tuned response projects audio at the desired frequencies to cut through stage noise while ensuring high feedback immunity

With the Nady PSM-100, you don't have to lug around a huge monitor to hear yourself clearly. Order yours now.

 

PM-100 Personal Near Field Monitor Specifications:

  • Power handling: 200W Peak (100W RMS)
  • Sensitivity: 96dB (1W @ 1M 1KHz)
  • Max SPL: 125dB
  • Frequency response: 125Hz~19KHz
  • Weight: 5.1 lb. (2.3kg)
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 11.1". x 7" x 5.3" (28cm x 18cm x 13.5cm)
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NadyPM-100 Personal Near Field Monitor
 
3.9

(based on 12 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Happy keyboard player and drummer

We were using a couple of 112m floor monitors and had to crank them up so loud for the keyboard player and drummer that when we played in small Churches that it killed our house ...Read complete review

We were using a couple of 112m floor monitors and had to crank them up so loud for the keyboard player and drummer that when we played in small Churches that it killed our house sound. After using these for the first time we were absolutely pleased!Not only could we reduce our stage volume, our drummer and keybord player said they had better sound! And all of this was considerably cheaper than most name brands.Are they Peavey or Yamaha, no. But they are a great buy for the money and we would/will buy more.

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Full disclosure please

The unit suffices for its price. My complaint is the " Built in Mic stand mount socket". Kind of implies that its ready to go right on the mic stand. Upon reci...Read complete review

The unit suffices for its price. My complaint is the " Built in Mic stand mount socket". Kind of implies that its ready to go right on the mic stand. Upon recieving the unit I found it needs a mic stand adapter to fit properly. So add anther ten smackers for that. Not really a deal breaker but a little shaky omitting this point. Pops in San Diego

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5.0

Great value!

By Rev Ev

from Nevada

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Good Value
  • Portable
  • Quick Setup

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Personal Monitor

    Comments about Nady PM-100 Personal Near Field Monitor:

    You don't have to empty your bank to get a decent sounding personal monitor. This speaker does the job.

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great durable little vocal monitor

    By BryanHodge1

    from Flint Mi

    About Me Professional Musician

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    Pros

    • Durable
    • Easy To Use
    • Good Value
    • Portable
    • Quick Setup

    Cons

    • Good For Vocals Only

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about Nady PM-100 Personal Near Field Monitor:

    I have replaced all my bulky vocal monitors with these. Not good for music but grreat for vocals.

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    (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Good for the Price

    By Fenderhloic55

    from Southern Maryland

    Comments about Nady PM-100 Personal Near Field Monitor:

    Bought 4 of these, out of the box one was bad, it has no out put on the 16ohm setting. Beware, the so called volume control is an impedence selector, not an L-Pad that keeps the impeedence as the volume lowers. If you set it to the -14db setting it will be at looking for 136ohms. Not good for your amp! The 16, 24 and 32 is OK if you are daisy chaining them together, but be advised the lowest setting is 16ohms, so if you are using them one monitor per channel, beware! Overall I think they are worth the price, thay have worked fine so far.

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    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Full disclosure please

    By Pops-j9klt

    from San Diego, California

    Comments about Nady PM-100 Personal Near Field Monitor:

    The unit suffices for its price. My complaint is the " Built in Mic stand mount socket". Kind of implies that its ready to go right on the mic stand. Upon recieving the unit I found it needs a mic stand adapter to fit properly. So add anther ten smackers for that. Not really a deal breaker but a little shaky omitting this point. Pops in San Diego

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    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Happy keyboard player and drummer

    Comments about Nady PM-100 Personal Near Field Monitor:

    We were using a couple of 112m floor monitors and had to crank them up so loud for the keyboard player and drummer that when we played in small Churches that it killed our house sound. After using these for the first time we were absolutely pleased!Not only could we reduce our stage volume, our drummer and keybord player said they had better sound! And all of this was considerably cheaper than most name brands.Are they Peavey or Yamaha, no. But they are a great buy for the money and we would/will buy more.

    Comment on this review

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Disappointing

    By NorCalRawker

    from Northern California

    Comments about Nady PM-100 Personal Near Field Monitor:

    We purchased two PM100 and two PM200. While the PM200 units have performed satisfactoril, one PM100 was defective out of the box; the cone was visibly distorted where it meets the dust cap. Pressing the cone slightly resulted in that "grating" sound of a misaligned voice coil. We had hoped to use the PM200 units to drive the PM100 units, but that also was disappointing. The PM200 would be at high volume with very little volume from the PM100 (and yes, we had the PM100 volume control set for full volume).

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Nady PM-100

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Nady PM-100 Personal Near Field Monitor:

    We use this for our drummer. Like most gigging bands, we often play in smaller clubs with cramped stages. This works perfectly for that as it doesn't take up much space and we can get it at his ear level. I daisy chain it off a PA speaker and use the input control for the volume.As for it's durability, mine took a 4ft drop and the grill came off. However, it was still going strong. Input jacks still in place with the cable still attached! Snapped the grill back in and it's good to go. One thing you must remember, it is "near-field". This will not provide for the whole stage. It is for one person. I'd say it has a solid 4-8ft range at stage volume. And not super loud - just loud enough. Would be great for a keyboard player on a mic stand as well.

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Can't do without it!

    By Saxman

    from Sioux Falls, SD

    Comments about Nady PM-100 Personal Near Field Monitor:

    I have used the PM-100 for a year now and still works great. I suppose like most things you get what you pay for, but this little monitor is hard to beat when you've got keyboards in front of you. I have a very difficult time hearing floor monitors no matter what kind they are because the keyboards block the sound. You could spend $400+ on a good floor monitor and not hear it as well as this Nady! If you play keys....buy it....you've got nothing to loose. Whether I'm playing a large outdoor festival or in church....it works great.

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    I Should Have Known Better

    By capt.bruski

    from godfrey, IL

    Comments about Nady PM-100 Personal Near Field Monitor:

    Purchased a pair for use in small clubs. With some work on the EQ thay don't sound too bad. I like the wood case, but I broke one of the plastics input jacks the 1st time I packed them away in my gear case. Also broke the plastic stand adapter on the 3rd gig. Near field monitors are a wonderful thing, spend the extra bucks and buy Galaxy or Peavey

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    4.0

    Great for Intimate Settings

    By Eaglepsalms

    from Fillmore, NY

    Comments about Nady PM-100 Personal Near Field Monitor:

    We added one of these for our Mandolin player who needed some close monitoring (and didn't want in-ear). We're surprised at the quality and clarity of this little unit. For the money it's a worthwhile investment.

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