The TQ8 Traveler Quest 8 is an all-in-one portable PA that offers superior audio quality and reliable performance, all at an affordable price. The TQ8 is being used in schools, House of Worship, emergency personnel, corporate functions, fairgrounds, auctioneers, graveside funeral services, or aerobics instruction.
Galaxy TQ8 Traveler Quest 8 Portable PA System Features
- 150 Watt Amplifier
- Battery Powered
- Built-In Bluetooth
- 2 XLR/Line Inputs
- Wireless Receiver w/ Hand Held MIc
- Built-in Handle
- Speaker Pole Mount
- Runs 24+ Hours
- Wireless Receiver
- RF and AF Indicator
- Volume Control
- Easy Aftermarket Installation
- Dynamic Handheld Mic
- Cardioid Dynamic Element
- LED Battery Life Indication
- 10 mW RF Output
- Operates on 2 AA Batteries (up to 8 hours Alkaline)
The new Traveler Quest 8 is a portable lightweight 150 watt “all-in-one” PA system. The TQ8 runs on AC or battery power and comes standard with a built-in batteries and charger. It includes a wireless receiver with handheld mic, built in Bluetooth, built in MP3 player with remote control and two XLR line inputs.
Features of the TQ8 include a built-in 150 watt amplifier with an 8" woofer, 1" horn, two XLR / 1/4" combo inputs each with their own volume control, one RCA input and one AUX 1/8" input with shared volume control, 3-band EQ with master volume control, and built-in media player with Bluetooth®. The built-in media player enables playing audio from an SD card, USB drive, or from a Bluetooth® enabled device. Features also include an integrated handle for easy transportation which comes equipped with a 1-3/8" (35 mm) speaker pole socket for mounting, with a locking mechanism for a secure fit.
The TQ8 will operate on AC power indefinitely, as well as battery power for about 24 hours depending on the usage†. A full recharge of the batteries takes about 7-8 hours. The TQ8 may be operated while batteries are recharging. If a power failure occurs when operating on AC, audio will not be interrupted and the unit will continue to operate until batteries are exhausted.
The TQ8 features a voice priority button, which automatically reduces the volume of the media player, Bluetooth and line level input when it receives a transmission from a wireless or wired handheld microphone (either plugged into the unit or an installed wireless system). The voice priority can be turned on or off.