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Versatile, portable amp/PA combo.
The unique BA-55 provides self-contained, high-quality, and battery-powered sound reinforcement for any environment. It’s solidly built yet lightweight, and comes bundled with a matching wireless microphone for public speaking, singing, and many other events. Use the BA-55 as a small wireless PA system in school classrooms, business meetings, restaurants, weddings, intimate music venues, and more. In a cool and convenient twist, the BA-55 contains an internal accelerometer sensor that automatically switches operation between stereo output (when positioned horizontally) and mono output (when positioned vertically). If you’re speaking and need maximum power and projection, use the vertical mono mode. For wide musical spread, turn horizontal.
Onboard the BA-55 is an Echo/Reverb that sounds great and is easy to use, with a single knob that adjusts both the effect type and amount. When you turn the knob from the Off position to 12 o’clock, you activate a natural plate-reverb-type effect that adds a natural ambience to your voice and/or instruments. When you turn from the 12 o’clock position to maximum, you switch to a repetitive echo-type effect. The echo/ reverb can also be turned on and off from the included DR-WM55 wireless microphone for convenient remote control.
WIRELESS MICROPHONE INCLUDED
The BA-55 package includes a high-quality wireless microphone. Designed specifically for this system, the mic has Power On/Off and Echo On/Off switches. The Echo switch is linked to the BA-55’s Echo/Reverb effect, which lets you enable and disable it directly from the mic. This is a very handy feature, allowing the effect to be quickly turned off when speaking or making announcements, then easily switched back on for singing.