AmpliVox Portable Sound Systems today announced additions to its successful series of Mity-Meg Megaphones, one that is specially designed to meet the needs smaller groups and venues, and another to meet the demanding needs of large-scale group management. The S600 Mini-Meg model scales down the size and volume of larger versions while carrying on many of the same features and high quality of sound amplification. The S604 Mity-Meg includes exciting new features that make it a premium choice in emergency situations.
The 10-Watt Mini-Meg provides an audible range of up to 150 yards and covers groups of up to 50 people. It includes a siren feature to immediately put people on alert, and an adjustable volume control to meet changing needs. The Mini-Meg runs for up to 20 continuous hours on four D-cell batteries. Molded out of durable ABS plastic, the lightweight unit folds for easy portability with its attached carrying strap. A retractable handle creates a comfortable grip, while a custom-fitted carrying case, available separately, simplifies storage and travel.
The S604 Mity-Meg contains all the features of earlier models, including a lightweight, weather-resistant design, clear and powerful sound amplification, and a battery power indicator light. Additional features in the S604 raise its usefulness to a new level: a flashing strobe emergency light enhances visibility, while built-in siren and whistle options are guaranteed to attract attention. The S604 also includes a record/playback feature, enabling emergency personnel to re-play instructions repeatedly for effective crowd control. Operating on eight AA batteries, the S604 uses Piezo computer technology to maximize battery life up to 30 hours. The compact and versatile S604 is a natural choice for law enforcement agencies, fire departments, school and hospital administrators, and any other setting where emergency crowd management may be an issue. It can also be an asset for individual personal safety: carried in a car or when camping, its light and sound features make it easy for rescuers to spot.