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TC Helicon VSM-200 VoiceSolo Active Voice Monitor
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If you want to replace your current monitor and have someone running your mixes, look no further than the TC Helicon VSM-200 VoiceSolo Active Voice M...Click To Read More About This Product
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Studio-quality sound in a single mic-stand mounted enclosure that you control.
If you want to replace your current monitor and have someone running your mixes, look no further than the TC Helicon VSM-200 VoiceSolo Active Voice Monitor. The VSM-200 delivers intelligible, natural vocal sound thanks to an ICT (Inductively Coupled Technology) point source driver; a rugged, efficient cast aluminum enclosure; and a 150W BASH amplifier with a built-in limiter. Non-electrical methods are used to couple the tweeter with the woofer making the tweeter indestructible.
The VSM-200 VoiceSolo Active Voice Monitor mounts on your mic stand with included hardware to save floor space. Attach the hardware to your stand once, and the monitor will pop on and off. It also rocks back to 3 different angles on the floor. Features mic and line inputs and a pass-thru to connect additional VSM-200s or VSM-300s in parallel. A front-panel volume control lets you decide how loud you want your monitor mix and does not affect the level going to any other monitor or the mixing console.
- Cast aluminum enclosure
- Simple setup with most mic stands
- Point source super-efficient 6-1/2" woofer
- Indestructible high-frequency transducer
- 150W (200W peak) BASH amplifier with limiter
- Mic and line input with XLR cascade connector
- Front-panel volume control
- Integrated tuned port doubles as carrying handle
- 116dB peak SPL at .5m
- Dimensions: 7"W x 9"H x 9-3/4"D
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Loud enough. All in one small, portable package. But, it's not gig-worthy. If you're going to leave it in one place, that'll be fine. If you do transport it, I suggest to be very gentle with it. Our band gigs all over South Korea almost every weekend, and we are hard on equipment. It lasted about seven months before it started developing volume control and serious buzzing problems. Also, the XLR and 1/4 inch inputs are either/or, not simultaneous. For this much money, there are cheaper and more road worthy alternatives to accomplish the same thing and more...maybe not as conveniently packaged, though. Overall, it did what it said it would, and did it well...for a while.
I was so pleasantly surprised by the sound quality of the VSM-200, I bought another immediately! Outstanding tonal range top to bottom and produces an extremely accurate representation of what's going through the mic. I've tried them on the floor but seem to work best mounted on the stand. I wish they would not have fine tuned the volume control so well -- difficult to dial in the proper volume. But by far the best sounding monitor I've used.
We started out with the Fender 1270P powered monitors, which we found to be very noisy and introduced all kinds of electrical "crap" into our system. We returned those and got the VSM-200 and the difference is huge. Excellent vocal feedback, but also very very clear on instruments (even bass guitar!) for a full band mix. It is quiet and isn't a noise-producing amp on your electrical system. I'm a big fan of these (we have four for our church).