Galaxy Audio NSPA Nano Spot Personal Monitor

- 3 Inputs: One XLR Balanced, One 1/4" Unbalanced, One 1/8" Stereo Summing
- Phantom Power: 24Vdc
- Controls: Equilizer, One Volume Pot
- Nominal impedance: 4 ohms
- Power Supply: 18Vdc, 1.75A
- Built in Amplifier: 25 watts @ 4 ohms
- Speaker: 87.5dB @ 1 watt/1 meter
- Frequency response: 150Hz-17kHz
- Maximum SPL: 101.5dB
- Enclosure Materials: High Density ABS
- Indicator LED's: Power, Compressor & Signal
- Mounting: 1-3/8" (35 mm) pole-mount socket
- Input Impedance: XLR Input: 4.4 k, Differential Balanced, 1/4" Input: 10 k UnBalanced, 1/8" Input: 22 k Balanced (11 k Unbalanced)
- PAD Switch: 20dB
- Built in Compressor
- Included: Power supply, Stand/Wall Mount
- Color: Black
- Dimensions: 5 x 4.25 x 4.5 in., (127 x 108 x 114 mm)
- Net weight: 1.75 lbs., (0.793kg)
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 4 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 10 x 6 x 6 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): NSPA
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 800-369-7768
(5 ratings)
Submitted January 18, 2015 by Bob N in Fort Pierce, FL
"Great for small group"
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It's small, so it takes up little stage real estate and doesn't hide either you or your view of the audience. It's loud enough for our duo application where stage volumes measure 100dba or less. My only beef is that it uses a "line wart" power supply and the line between the transformer and the speaker could be a foot or two longer. If you play at moderate volumes. I replaced an RMS RMA-15 that I've been using for about 20 years with this, and I like it enough to replace my duo partner's still working RMA-15.
here isn't a lot of bass response so if you want it to hear the balance of the PA mix this will be a problem. That's not what it's designed for. If you want to hear enough of the mix to sing on key this works just fine
It's small but powerful for its size, and the volume, bass, and treble controls are handy and work smoothly.
Ease of Use
Ease of use? It's plug and play from a preamp output of your mixer.
It seems solid and well made. Of course, I just bought it so it hasn't stood up to the test of time yet, but Galaxy does have a good reputation so I don't expect any trouble.
It's economical, and does the job, so it's good value.
The Wow Factor
The only wow factor is the small size. It fits in the gig box better than our old ones.
Musical Background:
I've been a full-time pro since 1964 - sax, guitar, flute, bass, wind synth, keyboard synth, drums, and vocals.
Musical Style:
Variety of music styles from Rock to Country to Caribbean to Jazz to Blues and so on for adult audiences in Yacht Clubs, Country
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