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Anchor Audio PB-25 - MINIVOX Battery Powered Handheld Public Address System with Wired Microphone

B&H # ANPB25 Mfr # PB-25
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The Anchor-Audio MINIVOX PB-25 is a lightweight, battery operated portable Public Address unit with a 5" speaker, with 15 watts of internal amplification.

The MINIVOX PB-25 is a high-output unit with negligible distortion and an amazing 108 dB SPL capacity; the purported reach of this little 5 lbs unit is over 150 people. There are 2 separate microphone inputs, one with phantom power, and one a line level input for connection to portable audio devices such as CD players or minidiscs.

The MINIVOX PB-25 is appropriate for tour guide and presentation use, or any public address application where portability combined with power and clarity are required.

Lightweight handheld portable PA system with durable roto-molded polyethylene covering for body and handle
High-output 5" speaker with crowd reach of 150 persons
Metal grille covering for speaker
Phantom powered 1/8" Low-Z mini-jack for electret microphones
1/4" Low-Z jack for dynamic microphones
1/8" line level mini jack input for CD player, minidisc, and other portable audio devices
Readily available C-cell battery operation with 25-35 hrs of battery life
Secure, recessed metal fastening studs on handle for shoulder strap
Power Output 15W
Speakers 5" Woofer
SPL 108 dB @ 1 m
Battery Type 9 x C-cell Alkaline
1 x NiCad Rechargeable
Frequency Response 100 Hz- 12 kHz
Inputs 1 x 1/8" Mini Line Level In
1 x 1/4" TS Microphone<1 x 1/8" Mini Microphone
1 x 13.5 VDC In
Output No
AC Power No
Wireless Receiver/Type No
Microphone Type Handheld Cardioid Dynamic with attached 6" coiled cable
Dimensions 8 x 6.5 x 9.5" (200 x 175 x 240mm)
Weight 5.2 lbs( 2.4 kg)
Anchor Audio PB-25 - MINIVOX Battery Powered Handheld Public Address System with Wired Microphone
  • Handheld Micophone with Coiled Cable
  • Carrying Bag
  • Shoulder Strap
  • 6-Year Warranty
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