Samson XP108w Battery-Powered Portable Sound System
The Samson Expedition XP108w is an all-in-one, rechargeable portable sound system ideal for both indoor and outdoor situations. The lightweight XP108w offers 200 watts of peak power with up to 20 hours of battery life, as well as a 4-channel mixer (to mix voice over music), Bluetooth audio and a wireless handheld microphone. You can easily add your wireless microphone system to this unit by plugging your receiver into the back. Its telescopic handle and smooth rolling wheels let you bring great sound anywhere.
- Internal rechargeable battery for up to 20 hours of continuous use
- Bluetooth connectivity to connect wireless music sources such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops
- Includes built-in wireless system with handheld dynamic microphone (200' operating range)
- 8" woofer
- 1" high frequency driver
- Class D amplifier produces 200 watts of Peak power
- 4-channel mixer with 2-band (Bass and Treble) EQ
- Independent volume control on each channel
- 1/8" (3.5mm) Aux input for stereo line level devices (MP3 players, keyboards, etc.)
- Line output to daisy-chain multiple systems together
- USB port for phone charging
- Battery level, Charging and Power LED indicators
- Telescopic handle and smooth rolling wheels for easy transport
- 1 3/8" speaker stand mount
- Side microphone mounting clip for wireless mic storage
- Warranty: 2 Years
- Find more product info here: Expedition XP108w User Manual
The Samson Expedition XP108w speaker with microphone is an all-in-one, rechargeable portable sound system ideal for both indoor and outdoor situations. Lightweight with up to 20 hours of battery life, a 4-channel mixer (to mix voice over music), Bluetooth audio and a wireless handheld microphone. Its telescopic handle and smooth rolling wheels let you bring great sound anywhere.
The included handheld wireless microphone offers 200' of performance range. The additional channels can be used for adding a wired microphone, as well as stereo devices such as MP3 players, smartphones, laptops, etc.. Also, a line output allows users to daisy-chain multiple systems together to expand sound.