The Galion TS Voyager Speaker

Dr. Viet Nguyen designed the TS Voyager, formely known as the XSA Vanguard, to capture the Legendary BBC LS3/5A's magic. By mimicking the step response of the LS3/5A, the essence of having a beautiful midrange is captured perfectly with these speakers.

8 Ohms Nominal Impedance

Built with high-quality film caps, and custom-made air and iron core inductors, only 6 components were needed in the crossover. By having fewer parts in the signal path, despite only being rated at 83dB, it is not a difficult speaker to drive thanks to its 8 ohms nominal impedance. A simple 50w integrated amplifier is all you need to bring these speakers to life.

Nearfield listening

The TS Voyager is optimized for near-field listening. The TS Voyager was voiced to have a forward and full body midrange, however, it is important to use the speaker within its designed intent and at normal listening volume. The speaker is midrange focused and using it at higher volume is not recommended.

Soundstage Coherence

One unique design decision with the TS Voyager not found with any other 2 way speakers is the crossover point is at 5khz instead of the usual 2khz. Crossing at 5khz allows the woofer to play full range which is the secret sauce to TS Voyager's soundstage coherence and midrange smoothness.

Impressive Bass

Being a sealed design, the bass on the TS Voyager is fast, tight, and round. Thanks to its large cabinet for a desktop speaker, the bass is big and full.

Full Body Midrange

Unlike the LS3/5A, the voicing of the TS Voyager is on the warm side. There is an emphasis on the midrange and for those who like the intimate feeling of the singer closer to you, this speaker will surely appeal to you.


Impedance Nominal 8 Ohms
Sensitivy 83dB
Dimensions 7.5” W x 12” H x 8” D 
Frequency response 80hz - 20khz
Crossover point 5.5khz
Crossover  Unique inverted Harsch transient perfect
Weight 5.10 kg each
Tweeter 28mm silk dome
Woofer 130mm treated paper cone woofer
Power Handling 50 Wrms

Thomas and Stereo reviews the TS Voyager