Anchor Audio Offers New Hands Free Option for the RescueMAN

Anchor Audio is releasing a hands free headband microphone option for the RescueMAN, their personal public address system for emergency situations.

Carlsbad, CA, October 29, 2011 --( Anchor Audio, Inc., the industry leader in portable sound systems, is now offering a hands free option for their newest public address system, the RescueMAN. Designed especially for the emergency responder market, the RescueMAN will now have a headband microphone option allowing the user to have full use of their hands during an active situation while providing substantial voice amplification.

The RescueMAN is a lightweight, easy-to-use, and easy to carry product that fits securely over emergency protection equipment and comes with an adjustable shoulder strap. The new lightweight headband fits comfortably and can be adjusted to fit firmly on the user’s head. The most popular feature on the RescueMAN is the record and replay function which allows a user to record a voice message up to 20 seconds with repeating capability. In addition, the high efficiency speaker provides crystal clear sound at 109 decibels and allows voice to project up to 50 people. It includes a loud siren alert button and large push buttons for ease of use with gloves on. The RescueMAN is versatile with many applications including fire, search & rescue, and crowd control situations. RescueMAN is also a helpful tool for educational institutions during campus security/emergency situations and for tour guides, lecture halls, and athletic departments.

The new headband microphone option is just another reason why Anchor Audio is becoming known for their quick turn-around from product invention to production. Anchor is committed to building durable, long lasting sound systems that are built in the USA and backed by a six year warranty. To find out more about the RescueMAN and other Anchor products, visit

About Anchor Audio, Inc.

Anchor Audio, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of quality portable sound systems, public address 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. Over thirty years later and in a much larger factory in Carlsbad, California, production includes more than 20 models with various options for every type of market. Anchor supplies products to sectors including education, commercial, hospitality, government, and military.

For more information about Anchor Audio products, contact Anchor Audio toll free at 800.262.4671, via email at or visit

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