Da-Lite 32" Yorkshire Floor Lectern with Sound (Heritage Walnut Veneer, Brass Trim, 220VAC)

BH #DA75941EHWVS • MFR #75941EHWVBS
Da-Lite
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Expected availability: 7-10 business days
$4,617.60

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Da-Lite York Overview

The 32" Yorkshire Floor Lectern from Da-Lite provides a digital clock/timer, LED light, two power outlets, and a sound system in a full-sized form. The lectern features a heritage walnut veneer finish with brass trim on the front. This lectern is for use with 220VAC electrical systems only.

A gooseneck microphone on the reading surface is connected to an on-board AmpliVox sound system, providing 100W of RMS power through a 6.5” woofer and a high-output tweeter. Connections are available for another microphone, another speaker, a line out, and a line in.

Da-Lite York Specs

Sound System
Rated Power Output100 W continuous
Max SPL Level107 dB @ 1 m
Frequency Response65 Hz to 15 kHz
Speaker Type6.5" (165.1 mm) woofer, high-output tweeter
Mic InputLo-Z, balanced, phantom power, XLR
Auxiliary InputLo-Z, balanced, phantom power, XLR
Line InputHi-Z, unbalanced, .25" phone
Sensitivity-52 dBV (2.5 mV RMS)
Line-14 dBV (200 mV RMS)
Mic OutputLo-Z, transformer balanced, XLR post fader
Line OutputBuffer isolated, 1/4" phone post fader
Speaker Output70 W @ 4 , switched, 1/4" phone
AC Power Requirements110 to 125 VAC, 50/60 Hz (40 VA nominal, 120 VA max)
210 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Lectern
ConstructionWood
Rectilinear design with brass trim
Electrical ComponentsHigh-intensity reading light
LED clock/timer with countdown function
Power Requirements220 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Reading Surface29.5 x 15.5" (74.9 x 39.4 cm)
Dimensions (W x H x D)32.0 x 48.0 x 22.0" (81.2 x 121.9 x 55.8 cm)
WeightApproximately 125 lb (56.6 kg)
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