Anchor Audio's MiniVox public address system is designed for users with no technical knowledge.Torrance, CA (March 13, 2007)--As an alternative to cumbersome megaphones or unidirectional bullhorns, Anchor Audio has released its next-generation MiniVox public address system, capable of delivering 108 dB of intelligible speech from one, small self-contained portable sound system that's designed for users with no technical knowledge. To facilitate easy direction and communication, the MiniVox delivers speech indoors or out, whether on the set, at a gala, event or fundraiser.
In order to eliminate interference from local broadcasting sources, the MiniVox now offers a 16-channel UHF wireless receiver at the same price as single-channel VHF previously. Because the UHF is selectable, users can flip a dial on the microphone and receiver to avoid interference from local broadcasting sources.
An employee of the Dutch Railroad uses Anchor's MiniVox at Haarlem train station to direct thousands of visitors who used the train to travel to the European Championship A-1 car races held at the Zantvoort racing track in the Netherlands. The UHF microphone has a range of 250 feet from the receiver. For hands-free use, there are headband, collar, lapel and handheld microphones. At 5 pounds including its wireless receiver, powered by nine "C" cell batteries, the MiniVox is truly portable and ready to go.
Directors and entertainment industry organizers like its wired microphone and convenient shoulder strap. Others appreciate the flexibility of its battery operation and wireless microphone range.