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AmpliVox Upgrades Titan Wireless PA With 96-Channel Receiver & Upgrades Warranty

New wireless receiver designed to reduce channel interference and improve communication clarity.
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The AmpliVox Titan portable PA now has a 96-channel wireless receiver.

AmpliVox Sound Systems has upgraded its Titan Wireless portable PA system, SW800-96, from a 16-channel to a 96-channel wireless receiver designed to reduce channel interference and improve communication clarity, along with an upgraded three-year warranty.

Titan has an onboard 100-watt amplifier, 8-inch woofer and 4-inch tweeter and is stated to be able to cover rooms as large as 10,000 square feet. The new 96-channel receiver, which works with handheld, headset, earset and lapel microphone transmitters, is designed to auto-sense channel interference and automatically switch channels. A second wireless transmitter is offered as an option. A wired mic with 15-foot cord is also included.

A retractable handle and built-in wheels enhance portabilitiy, and the unit can be mounted on a tripod as well. The rechargeable battery is stated to last up to 10 hours on a single charge; an AC power cord also included.

Recorded audio can be played through a built-in media player that accommodates input from an SD card or USB device. Further, a built-in Bluetooth module allows streaming audio wirelessly from a smartphone, tablet, or other Bluetooth device. A complement of input and output jacks and controls facilitates interconnection of microphones, an additional loudspeaker and more.

The upgraded Titan PA is designed and built in the USA, and it carries a warranty that has been increased from one to three years. “In these days of emergency communications and social distancing, our customers need every advantage to ensure that audiences indoors or out hear critical messages with utmost clarity,” says AmpliVox CEO Don Roth. That’s why we upgraded this unit from a 16-channel to 96-channel receiver, reducing wireless signal interference by automatically switching channels.”

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