Galaxy CM-130 Reviews3.7/5.0 based on 8 customer reviews
The Galaxy CM-130 has a designated area in my PA rack drawer. I never run sound at a gig without it.
May 1, 2012Music Background:
Music producer, recording and mixing
Just what you needI just want to take care of my ears while I mix, and this gives me all the info I need. Thatīs it,
from Hyde Park, NY
May 28, 2012Music Background:
affordable SPLFinally an SPL meter that you can pack in your gear box for sound level checks that can be replaced without too many tears if it gets left behind or broken.
from Ozark, mo
March 29, 2012Music Background:
PerfectIs the performance too loud... Too quiet... Or just right.
Finally I know!
May 27, 2011Music Background:
Live Sound Engineer
cm-130 GalaxyThis unit is very easy to use. Light weight and simple. Great for volunteers to use. Would recommend this item to a friend.
Con: Slightly large size.
December 13, 2012Music Background:
SOUND GUY, HOUSE OF WORSHIP 4 YRS.
WORKS GREATMy Galaxy CM-139 is a great asset for sound at my church. It showed me the dead spots in the sanctuary and was very helpful with a good balance in the listening areas.
from Charlotte, NC
July 9, 2012Music Background:
Live Sound and Recording Engineer
Not as Robust as I expectedMeter works fine, just not as robust as I expected.
from United States
February 18, 2012Music Background:
Galaxy CM-130 simple, affordableI have just started using my CM-130, it does the job. Can't beat the features for the price, wish the body of the unit felt more durable and comfortable during use. Oh well, I'd purchase another.
from Ossipee, NH
May 10, 2012Music Background:
Sound Engineer, sometimes worship team member
Prefer Galaxy CM-140 over CM-130The CM-130 is good for instantaneous levels OR maximum level but has no memory to hold the values when switching between them. The CM-140 can read MIN, MAX, or CURRENT while holding the others in memory. Of course, neither device keeps an ongoing record of CURRENT values (see CM-160 for that). Also, although they cover the same over-all range, the CM-140 is split up into three ranges, while the CM-130 has four ranges, one of which demarcs on 90 dB, which is of course an area of interest (80-100). The CM-140 also has an analog output which I hope to use someday.