TC-Helicon’s VSM-300 XT personal vocal monitor.Westlake Village, CA (September 4, 2007)–TC-Helicon has implemented a sonic upgrade to its VoiceSolo line of personal vocal monitors. The three new models in the VoiceSolo XT Series have been developed in an effort to address SPL, frequency response, off-axis response and resonance tests. VoiceSolo XT units also provide mic-stand mounting options, vocalist volume control and rugged construction.
The VSM-300 XT uses a 150-watt BASH amplifier, onboard mixer and EQ and custom ICT 6.5-inch speaker. An I/O box is included with four inputs, six outputs, mic preamp and phantom power.
The VSM-200 XT employs the same amplifier and driver combination as the VSM-300 XT combined with mic or line input with pass through, and a front-mounted volume control.
The VSM-200P XT is a passive monitor featuring a custom-designed ICT 6.5-inch speaker and integrated tweeter running at 8 ohms. It features detented front volume control and pro grade Speakon connectors.
All VoiceSolo monitors cast-aluminum enclosures feature a bass port that doubles as a carrying handle, multiple rubber surfaces for use as a compact wedge monitor, and adapters for integrating with standard mic stands. A mic-stand boom can also be snapped into place on top of VoiceSolo XT for a fully integrated vocal monitor on a stand.