At NAMM, Peavey launched its revamped 300-Watt Escort 3000 Portable Sound reinforcement system. The new Escort 3000 takes the reliability, transportability, and audio quality of the original and combines it with state-of-the-art features such as digital multi-effects, USB MP3 player, Peaveyʼs Mid-Morph technology, and the patented FLS (Feedback Locating System).
At Winter NAMM
2013, Peavey Electronics extended its line of Escort portable sound systems, which now include the 300-Watt Escort 3000, the 400-Watt Escort 5000, and the 600-Watt Escort 6000. All Escort systems are showcased at Peavey's exibit at InfoComm
2013, Orlando, Fla, booth #943.
Providing storage for everything needed, the Escort’s built in carrying case includes folding speaker stands and plenty of room for optional accessories such as microphones and cables. Desigend to be a quality sound system for schools, churches, DJs and small bands, the entire sound system is integrated into a single complete, easy-to-use and highly portable package. The case even features luggage style wheels, allowing for the entire system to simply roll away.
The Escort 3000 provides 2x150 Watts, a two-way speaker system with 10” woofer, seven channels, six combination XLR-1/4” inputs, custom rubberized knobs, RCA/3.5 TRS media inputs, LCD screen for ease of file playback and effect selection, seven-band graphic equalizer, and speaker patch cables.
The Escort 5000 offers the same configuration and delivers 500 Watts (2x250). It also features eight channels, seven combination XLR-1/4” inputs, monitor send, subwoofer output.
Providing 2x300 Watts, the Escort 6000 offers nine channels, and additional bluetooth wireless audio playback.