PRLog - Oct. 23, 2012 - NORTHFIELD, Ill. -- AmpliVox Sound Systems is proud to introduce the newest addition to its line of sound equipment for educational and business settings, the Mity Box Speaker System. Combining powerful sound amplification with a compact, integrated design, the Mity Box delivers full range performance in small venues including classrooms, training centers, and corporate presentations.
The AmpliVox Mity Box Speaker can be integrated easily into presentation carts.
The Mity Box is engineered for quality and versatility. Measuring just 10.5” L x 7” W x 6.5” D, the speaker can be easily connected to presentation carts or wall mounted with the included brackets. It can be ordered as a passive speaker or outfitted as an amplified speaker with wired or wireless 16-channel microphones. Built-in audio ports on the amplified models make it easy to plug in any external audio source, iPod/MP3, or CD player. Separate volume controls adjust the output levels for microphones and audio sources.
“We are proud to offer a wide selection of sound equipment options for educators, business presenters, and other professional settings,” commented AmpliVox CEO Don Roth. “The Mity Box will be a popular choice for small venues thanks to its convenient size and excellent sound quality.”
For more information about the AmpliVox Mity Box, visit http://www.ampli.com/
AmpliVox ® Sound Systems products are predominately made in the USA, meet stringent UL standards, and come with an up to 6-year warranty. Our wide selection meets every speaker's sound coverage and style needs. Whether you are in a small meeting room of 30 people or a large 20,000 square foot auditorium of up to 10,000 people, AmpliVox ® Sound Systems' extensive range of superior quality, simple to operate and reliable electronics will provide maximum satisfaction and ensure a crystal clear message. Creators of the Pink Podium Promise cause marketing initiative, AmpliVox donates pink podiums and pink megaphones to breast cancer awareness organizations, helping lead the effort to “Speak Up for the Cause”. Visit http://www.ampli.com for more information.