Anchor Audio, Inc. is the leading manufacturer of portable public address sound systems, wired and wireless intercoms, and lectern systems. Established in 1975, Anchor Audio made the first portable sound system in a small building in Torrance, California. The names included AN-100, AN-256, Liberty and Explorer. Thirty years later and in a much larger factory, production includes more than 20 models with many options. When the words portable sound system are spoken, almost everybody says, "you mean the Liberty sound system?"
With advancing technology and the Anchor Audio design team, new products have been delivered through the years. The demand for RoHS compliance has led to the product redesign of lead free surface mount boards. Lean manufacturing techniques make it possible to keep a safety stock of finished goods to ship on a daily basis. Anchor Audio strives to maintain the tradition of delivering excellent products that are covered by a six year warranty.
Anchor supplies products to sectors including education, commercial, hospitality, government, and military. Anchor manufactures its own products in its factory in Carlsbad, California and uses a "total quality" concept. As a result, the company can guarantee the quality of its products and deliver quickly.
All of Anchor Audio's products are RoHS compliant. Anchor also recycles batteries and any electronics including circuit boards, cables, microphones, etc.
CARLSBAD, Calif. –Anchor Audio, Inc. has announced the arrival of its newest portable sound system, the Go Getter. It will begin shipping nationwide on September 1, 2013 and like all Anchor products, it's built and shipped same-day. The Go Getter is designed for a wide variety of audio needs while also being incredibly user friendly. Read more
By Dan Daley, Special to InfoComm International
The phrase “portable PA system” conjures up images of an ancient E-V bullhorn speaker with a handgrip connected by a thick curly-Q wire to the kind of microphone Broderick Crawford used on Highway Patrol in the 1950s. And anything that conjures up images of Broderick Crawford isn’t actually marketing gold today. Read more