AmpliVox Sound Systems SW6210 Radio Hailer Wireless PA System with 2 MURS Radios

AmpliVox Sound Systems SW6210 Radio Hailer Wireless PA System with 2 MURS Radios

AmpliVox Sound Systems SW6210 Radio Hailer Wireless PA System with 2 MURS Radios

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AmpliVox Sound Systems SW6210 Radio Hailer Wireless PA System with 2 MURS Radios

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Product Highlights

  • 50W Amp with 16-Channel UHF Receiver
  • Weather-Resistant Horn Speaker
  • 108dB SPL Output
  • Wireless Transmitter Built-In to Amp
  • Includes Handheld, Headset & Lapel Mics
  • Accepts Audio from Connected 2-Way Radio
  • Includes 2 MURS 2-Way Radios
  • Battery Powered Operation
  • Tripod Mountable
  • Includes Shoulder Strap
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The SW6210 Radio Hailer Wireless PA System with 2 MURS Radios from AmpliVox is designed for use where hard-wired PA systems are not practical or cost efficient. It includes AmpliVox's SW805A amplifier, S1693 wireless transmitter with headset and lapel mics, a handheld wired dynamic microphone with six-foot coiled cable, a horn speaker, a radio holder, two multi-use radio service (MURS) radios, and a shoulder strap.

The SW805A amplifier has a built-in 16-channel UHF wireless receiver that drives the weather-resistant horn speaker and is tripod mountable. You can connect to the amp using the S1693 wireless transmitter with the headset and lapel mics or the wired handheld dynamic mic. The SW805A amp has additional input options, including two 1/8" mic inputs and a 1/8" auxiliary input that allow you to connect one of the included MURS radios. This enables you to deliver messages using the other included MURS radios from up to a mile away.

The SW6210 is capable of an output of 108dB SPL and operates on ten D-Cell batteries or the optional S1465 rechargeable battery pack. It can be used for public safety, educational, crisis management, and crowd control PA applications as well as in a variety of scenarios that require a temporary PA system installed.

The Radio Hailer allows you to use the included MURS radios, base station or mobile radio to deliver live voice messages directly to a PA speaker up to 1 mile away. Multiple units can be placed throughout a facility, programmed identically, and activated simultaneously as a group. This allows you to communicate information and alerts from a distance of one mile or more. Two handheld radios are required for this operation with one acting as the receiver, the other as the transmitter
The SW6210 can be used as a portable PA system with the included shoulder strap or mounted on a tripod
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AmpliVox Sound Systems SW6210 Radio Hailer Wireless PA System with 2 MURS Radios
  • S1693 16-Channel Wireless UHF Lapel and Headset Mic Replacement Kit
  • SW805A Portable Amplifier
  • Dynamic Microphone with 6' Coiled Cord
  • Horn Speaker
  • 2 x MURS Radios
  • Radio Holder
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Amplifier
    Power Output 50 W
    Wireless 16-channel UHF receiver from 584 MHz to 608 MHz
    Connections 1x 1/4" Mic Input
    1x 1/8" (3.5mm) Microphone Input
    1x 1/8" (3.5mm) Wireless Input
    1x 1/8" (3.5mm) Line Input
    2x 1/4" (6.35 mm) Speaker Output
    Power Supply 10x D-Cell Batteries
    Optional AC Adapter
    Weight 4.0 lb (1.8 kg)
    General
    Dimensions (HxWxD) 11 x 12 x 10" (28 x 31 x 25 cm)
    Weight 11 lb (5 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 17.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.0 x 16.0 x 11.0"
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