Bigfoot Line Array with Built-in Bluetooth and AIR Wireless Transmitter

Bigfoot Line Array with Built-in Bluetooth and AIR Wireless Transmitter
Model Number: BIG-8000X

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Model Description

Spend less time setting up your event and more time enjoying it. The Bigfoot Line Array portable sound system delivers a crystal clear 130 dB of sound at a rated power output of 400 Watts AC/DC. With a durable case and heavy-duty wheels, the Bigfoot is easy to transport, unfolds in seconds, and stands tall at 5’7”. Use the Bigfoot outdoors at sporting events, military ceremonies, large auditoriums, camps, graduations, and more!


  • Reaches crowds of 5,000+
  • 130 dB of clear sound
  • 400 Watts AC/DC
  • Standard built-in Bluetooth
  • Built-in AIR transmitter that wirelessly connects to one or more Bigfoot AIR receiver speakers
  • Two universal microphone input jacks
  • 3.5 mm AUX line input
  • Onboard mic storage bag
  • Durable enclosure with heavy duty wheels
  • Built-in rechargeable batteries operate 6 - 8 hours on a single charge
  • Five 8" neodymium woofers
  • One neodymium compression driver
  • Designed to cover a football field or large auditorium
  • Made in the USA
  • Six Year Warranty
  • Product HWD: 42.5" (68.5") x 23" x 14"

Customer Review

We use Bigfoot for all of our ribbon cutting ceremonies, public meetings, and our special events. It’s a tremendous asset to our production team. We would like to thank your company for creating an awesome portable sound system.

Pierre Joseph
City of Miami Beach

We were looking for a system that was easy to use, easy to transport, and loud enough for our multiple practice areas. We found that with the Bigfoot Sound System. We play music every day for practice and the simplicity of the Bigfoot has reduced the time and complexity of our set-up significantly. The sound quality is excellent, the simplicity is awesome, and best of all the coaches are happy! It’s the best new addition to our practice set-up.

Jordan Strickler
University of Texas at Austin, Football

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