The all new PAC Bigmouth v1.0 is a lightweight and compact portable PA unit ideal for rotary clubs, U3As, town halls and church congregations.
Due to the recent discontinuation of the hugely popular Pulse Megamouth MK3, we at PAC have created a package with all of the same features and specifications as the much-loved unit. Our new Bigmouth v1.0 Portable PA comes complete with three wireless microphones (handheld, headset and lavalier/lapel) for complete flexibility. Everything you need is included in one set!
There are a number of features integrated for audio playback, including a USB/SD card player, FM radio and Bluetooth functionality for wireless connection of devices such as laptops, phones and iPads. The PA is extremely lightweight and features wheels and a retractable trolley handle for ease of portability. With improved power and clarity, the Big Mouth ensures that voice amplification is crystal clear, loud and intelligible.
The PAC Big Mouth is a fantastic low-cost solution for group meetings that require a selection of microphones for clear voice amplification that can be heard all around the room.
(Q) Do I need anything else to use the system?
(A) No! Everything is included - three choices of mics plus plenty of options for audio playback.
(Q)Are the microphones wireless?
(A) Yes, all three microphones can be operated wirelessly.
(Q)How can I play music?
(A) You have plenty of options here! The unit has a built-in USB/SD MP3 player for music on portable storage. Alternatively, you can play music wirelessly via Bluetooth from a Bluetooth-enabled phone, tablet or laptop. For non-Bluetooth devices, you can use a wired connection via a 3.5mm jack.
(Q)How much does the unit weight? Is it easy to transport and store?
(A) The unit is very lightweight and moving it around is a breeze thanks to the trolley handle and wheels. Due to its compact nature, it can be stored in a reasonably sized cupboard. The unit weighs 5.6kg / 13lb and the dimensions are 490 x 300 x 250mm / 20" x 12" x 10"
(Q)How long does the battery last?
(A) The battery lasts for up to 4 hours. When mains power is available, the unit can be run entirely off a mains supply.
(Q)Do I need a stand?
(A) No - the unit is perfectly usable without a stand. For a little bit of extra range, some customers may choose to place the unit on a table or shelf, but this isn't necessary.
(Q)Can I use more than one mic at the same time?
(A) Unfortunately not, the unit is only meant for a single person speaking at a time. However, you can quickly switch between the handheld and either the headset or lavaliere mic if required. There is also an input for wired microphone (sold separately) which can run at the same time as the wireless mics.