Liberty Platinum

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The Liberty Platinum has been Anchor Audio’s flagship system since its release in 1986 and is the product that defines the portable sound system industry. It was designed with intelligibility, reliability, and simplicity in mind. The Liberty is ideal for voice amplification and also great for music.

The Liberty is a stand mountable portable sound system that offers up to two built-in wireless receivers. Standard built-in Bluetooth is also included in every unit with an optional built-in CD/MP3 combo player. The Liberty also has an optional built-in transmitter that wirelessly connects to one or more Liberty AIR battery powered companion speakers. Use the Liberty indoors and outdoors for school functions, corporate events, political rallies, military ceremonies, indoor and outdoor auditoriums, houses of worship, and more!

Features

  • Reaches crowds up to 1,500+
  • 117 dB of clear sound
  • 125W AC mode/ 100W DC mode
  • Up to two built-in wireless receivers
  • Optional built-in transmitter that wirelessly connects to one or more Liberty AIR battery powered wireless companion speakers
  • Standard built-in Bluetooth
  • Optional built-in CD/MP3 combo player
  • Two universal microphone input jacks
  • 3.5 mm AUX line input
  • Built-in rechargeable battery operates 6-8 hours on a single charge
  • One 10" woofer
  • One ceramic compression driver
  • External speaker output powers optional Liberty Platinum unpowered or powered AIR companion speaker
  • Made in the USA
  • Six Year Warranty

Customer Review

"I have owned my Anchor Liberty systems for over thirty years. These systems have continued to provide tremendous flexibility in holding outdoor venues in state fairs, athletic events, etc. Take it from one who holds several outdoor events each year, you can do no better than the Liberty Sound System. I do not see the purchase of a Liberty system as an expense, but rather a great investment."

Pastor Phil Nelson, Illinois
Lakeland Baptist Church



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