The walnut Tabletop Lectern and Multimedia Utility Cart Base with Sound System and Wireless 16 Channel UHF Single Over-Ear Headset Electret Mic Kit from AmpliVox Sound Systems features a wireless sound system, and is made from a scratch-resistant laminate. Sound for an audience of approximately 1000 people is provided by an AmpliVox SW805A 50 watt multimedia stereo amplifier with built-in 16 channel UHF receiver.
Included with this system is a wireless 16 channel UHF single over-ear headset electret mic kit with transmitter and receiver that leaves you hands free for your presentation or note taking. It works with frequencies of 584 to 608 MHz. The lectern also includes a dynamic mic with 15' cord plus a flexible gooseneck and shockmount mic holder, that, along with the over-ear headset mic, will allow two people to work at the same time.
Additionally, there are connections to use an optional second wireless mic kit. The headset mic kit uses two included "AA" batteries while power to the amplifier is via 10 "D" batteries (sold separately) or an optional 120VAC adapter. Talk time is approximately 200 hours with fresh batteries. The lectern features one built-in 6x8" Jensen speaker. Two extra speaker jacks allow you to use 4 additional satellite speakers (sold separately) using an optional Y-connector.
The amp also features 3 inputs for dynamic, condenser with phantom power and wireless mics that can be used simultaneously. A line out jack for a tape recorder allows you to record your presentation in real time. There's an auxiliary input stereo jack with separate volume and tone controls for a CD player, tape player or LCD projector.
This lectern is constructed with raised surface lips that prevent your material from slipping off the reading surface. The two-pieced modular design provides a removable top that allows you to use the top portion as a tabletop lectern and the bottom half as an A/V cart. A rear shelf offers you a place to store collateral material. Four hidden casters, two lockable, provide ease of movement. The unit ships fully assembled.