One of the most common requests we receive from customers is high-quality portable sound. Sometimes, pre-packaged systems like those by Anchor Audio fit the bill, but only for basic needs and smaller setups. If you've been tasked with finding a high-quality portable sound system with higher input/channel counts and higher power, our Custom Built Portable Sound Systems are perfect. For a free quote on the sound system that is perfectly suited to you, give us a call at 888-869-0770 or e-mail us.
Professional Experience Makes All The Difference
We have 40+ years of experience in building custom sound systems to meet the needs of our customers. After a brief discussion with you, we will spec out a system for you, designed by us for optimum performance and setup simplicity, with all your amplification and mixing needs in one complete package with all the required components and labor required to build it here at our shop for you. Then we test, crate, and ship the completed system to your door. When you receive it, our goal is for it to be as simple as possible for you to use. In many cases, the user only needs to plug in power, plug in a mic or two, turn the volume up, and start using.
System Example #1
This is a typical request we get. This system included an Allen & Heath mixer on top, Denon CD/DVD player, 3 Sennheiser wireless mics, connections for 5 more wired mics, a utility drawer to hold accessories, Electro-Voice power amp, and two ElectroVoice Tour-X 1152 loudspeakers.
Setup consisted of plugging in power, placing speakers on the stands, and plugging speaker connectors to the back of the amplifier. SIMPLE AS THAT!
System Example #2
This is a portable system similar to the one above, except it included 10 wireless mics, CD & Tape player, Bose processor, Crown power amp, and used the Bose 802 system speakers. Mixing was controlled from a Soundcraft mixing board on the top of the rack.
System Example #3
This is a wireless mic system that was installed into a chapel. It consists of 11 wireless receivers, all combined to run off just two antennas! We assembled the system here at the office. When the customer received it, all they had to was connect 4 wires between the two racks, plug in a few power supplies, connect mic wires to their existing mixer, and slip the racks on a shelf.
System Example #4
This is a portable wireless microphone system. Customer had a few locations that already had their own sound system and mixing board, but no wireless. With this system, he is able to transport and use the same wireless mics in different locations. When not in use, the microphones and transmitters were stored in the included drawer. To setup, it required AC power, and connectors from each receiver to their mixer. Signal connections were on the front from the connector panel on the bottom of the rack.