CARLSBAD, Calif., April 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- After much anticipation, Anchor Audio, Inc. announced today the unveiling of its personal portable PA system, RescueMAN. It will debut in June at this year's InfoComm International tradeshow in Orlando, Florida. RescueMAN was designed for first responders requiring voice amplification for emergencies or crowd control situations.
RescueMAN features 109 dB of crystal clear sound pumped out of a lightweight, wearable enclosure designed to be heard over loud emergency equipment or in an active environment. Weighing just over 4 pounds, RescueMAN features a high quality record & replay function which allows a user to record a voice message up to 20 seconds with repeating capability. The message is retained even if power is removed from the system. The durable push buttons are designed for easy access even if wearing large gloves and prevents water or dust from getting into the system. The dynamic microphone is lightweight and fits into its own pocket on the strap for a hands free option. RescueMAN is completely portable and is powered with either 10 AA Alkaline or rechargeable NiMH batteries and can operate up to 12 hours on a single charge. If you are in an area without power outlets, a car charger can be used as an alternate option. It also features a high quality, red siren alert button intended to grab attention of crowds of any size. Included with the speaker is an adjustable strap and waterproof case for easy handling and protection. Its durable case is built strong and can withstand the toughest weather environments.
Be sure to visit Anchor Audio at this year's InfoComm International tradeshow at booth 2517, June 15 -17. RescueMAN, along with other hot sellers, Liberty Platinum, Beacon Line Array, and MegaVox Pro will be available to view and demo. Anchor Audio continues to maintain the tradition of delivering excellent, US-made products that are covered by a six year warranty.
About Anchor Audio, Inc.
Anchor Audio, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of quality portable sound systems, public address systems, wired and wireless intercoms, and lectern systems. Established in 1975, Anchor Audio made the first portable sound system in a small building in Torrance, California. Over thirty years later and in a much larger factory in Carlsbad, California, production includes more than 20 models with various options for every type of market. Anchor supplies products to sectors including education, commercial, hospitality, government, and military.
SOURCE Anchor Audio