Hot spot works great for numerous reasons. First the hot spot can be set on a microphone stand which allows them to be positioned closer to the user. Many performers purchase a 12-inch or 15-inch floor monitor and during the performance roll off the low end and crank up the volume so the sound will travel from the floor to their ears. The hot spot is mid-range oriented and it is closer to the performer so there will be less stage volume which reduces feedback. Second, the hot spot is physically smaller and lighter in weight which makes it easier for transport plus the clarity is superior to any larger floor monitor. Hot spots work great for nearly any type of music or speech applications. Using hot spots will actually help reduce feedback from occurring on stage. New HS7 utilizes the same neodymium driver as its most recent predecessor with one significant improvement, there is more low end output. We have developed an all new outer shell design. Our new outer shell is slightly larger with many cool new built-ins. Being that there is more room inside the cabinet, this creates better bass response.
The new design of the HS7 includes the convenient mic stand insert on the bottom of the unit. This allows a quick setup on top of a mic stand with the HS7 angled upward for accurate vocal monitoring
The included mic stand adaptor insures a more stable and secure placement on any mic stand
With the optional yoke bracket assembly the HS7 can be mounted to a wall or ceiling, or attached to a mic stand and angled in any direction
Microphone boom attachment on top of the HS7 eliminates the need for a second mic stand for your microphone (Requires optional hardware)
Integrated handle into the top of the enclosure
Each hot spot 7 comes equipped with two speakon1/4-inchcombo speaker jacks, all of which are wired in parallel to allow easy daisy chaining of multiple hot spots