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HotSpot Personal Monitor with Volume Control - 200 Watts

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HotSpot Personal Monitor with Volume Control - 200 Watts

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HotSpot Personal Monitor with Volume Control - 200 Watts compact design focuses sound for unbeatable clarity that virtually refuses feedback!
This may be the most popular personal monitor ever! HotSpotÖ is famous for being one of the world's loudest speakers for its weight! Two 5" ferrofluid cooled drivers deliver up-to 200-watts continuously. Aim your sound right where you need it! Molded ABS shell can take years of abuse. Dual +" jacks let you "chain" HotSpotsÖ (Micro version has push-clip connectors). Built-in adapter mounts your HotSpotÖ right on top of a mic stand. HotSpot Personal Monitor with Volume Control - 200 Watts was developed for close-range vocal and instrument monitoring.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Galaxy Audio
Technical Specifications Speaker Compliment: 2 - 5 drivers (S5N-8)
Magnet Structure: 14.8 oz. (.42 kg) total
Power Handling: 200 watts cont.
Sensitivity (1 watt @ 1 meter): 92 dB (1 kHz octave band)
Frequency Response: 150 Hz - 18 kHz
Nominal Impedance: 16 ohms
Input Connections: 1/4 jacks Speakon® (in parallel)
Enclosure: ABS Plastic
Dimensions: 6.75 x 10.94 x 6 (171mm x 278mm x 152mm)
Net Weight: 4.5 lbs. (2.04kg)
Additional Feature: volume control; range 18 dB
* Splowt - a unit of measure expressed as dB that divides a speaker's maximum SPL by its weight in pounds.
Dimensions N/A
Features Controlled Bandwidth (150 Hz-18 kHz +/- 6 dB)
Rugged black ABS cabinet with cloth covered ABS grille
Mic stand socket

Customer Reviews

Hot spot personal Monitor with volume control 200 Review by Donald Anderson
Overall Rating
This product exceeds what our expectations were. We are going to buy more. (Posted on 2/27/14)
HotSpot Monitors Review by Roger Hunnicutt
Overall Rating
We purchased two of these monitors to be placed in the Children Church fellowship room and our nursury so the teachers could monitor the service. They work great for that application (Posted on 2/27/14)

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