Anchor Audio MegaVox 2 Portable PA System
Anchor Audio's MegaVox 2 Portable Public Address System is an ideal portable PA system for all of your outdoor voice amplification needs. It is most popular with Fitness events and Indoor & Outdoor Events, but there are so many other uses.
- Reaches Crowds of 1,000+
- Product Dimensions (HWD) 14” x 8.5” x 3” (35.6 x 21.6 x 33 cm)
- Weight 13 lbs / 5.9 Kg
- Warranty 6 years
- 119 dB of Clear Sound
- 20W AC/DC Mode
- 1.9 GHz Wireless Frequency
- 300'+ Wireless Range
- Connect up to Four Wireless Mics
- Built-in Class 1 Bluetooth
- Wirelessly Connect Multiple Companion Speakers with Anchor AIR
- Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Batteries
- SS-550 Heavy duty speaker stand has a two year warranty
- Anchor Audio MegaVox 2 Brochure (Includes specs and configurations)
- MegaVox2 User Manual
- Call 1-800-491-6874 or email us for a custom set-up
- Fitness events
- Indoor & Outdoor Events
- Schools & Universities
- Military Training
- Sporting Events
- Marching Bands
- Firing Ranges
- Parks and Recreation
- First Responders
- Emergency Preparedness
- Public Gatherings and more!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the range of Anchor Audio Bluetooth?
The Anchor Audio Bluetooth range is 100 ft. line of sight.
My Sound System is auto-connecting to a device, but I don’t know which one. Can I disconnect directly from the Sound System?
Yes, if your unit is auto-connecting to a device that you cannot identify (because for example, you’re in a room with other people who have connected to the unit in the past), you may need to manually disconnect that pair from the Sound System itself. Just hold the ‘pairing’ button for two seconds, and the Sound System will disconnect from the device it is currently connected to, and immediately go into pairing mode.
What kind of modes can my phone be in that allow the Bluetooth connection to still work?
Bluetooth will work in modes such as Airplane mode and Do Not Disturb (or the equivalent). Just be sure to still have your Bluetooth setting turned on. To simplify the process, put your phone in the desired mode first, and then secure the Bluetooth connection, as moving into these modes may cause disconnection.
What happens if I get a phone call?
Incoming and outgoing calls should pause the audio stream. The audio from the call should not be transmitted via Bluetooth. To avoid interrupting audio, set device in Airplane mode, then enable Bluetooth, ensure your connected, and you will not encounter any interruptions in your audio stream.
*Bluetooth connection and behavior may depend on your individual device settings and capabilities, all testing was done using an Apple iPhone.