Oklahoma Sound 711-MO/LWM-6 Prestige Sound Lectern with LWM-6 Wireless Lavalier Microphone (Medium Oak)

BH #OK711MOLWM6 • MFR #711-MO/LWM-6
Oklahoma Sound
Oklahoma Sound 711-MO/LWM-6 Prestige Sound Lectern with LWM-6 Wireless Lavalier Microphone (Medium Oak)
Key Features
  • Medium Oak Finish, Handcrafted Moldings
  • LWM-6 Wireless Lavalier Mic and Bodypack
  • Wired Handheld Microphone with 9' Cable
  • Wired Lavalier Microphone with 10' Cable
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The medium oak Oklahoma Sound 711-MO/LWM-6 Prestige Sound Lectern is an elegant, handcrafted podium designed to command a dignified presence. It features a wide reading surface illuminated by a recessed fluorescent lamp, a surface-mounted digital time piece, and a flexible gooseneck arm with an upgraded shockmount holder to prevent feedback. Equipped with a self-contained 50W amplifier and four 8" speakers, the lectern is ideal for addressing audiences up to 3000 in conference rooms, auditoriums, houses of worship, and more.
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Oklahoma Sound 711-MO/LWM-6 Overview

The medium oak Oklahoma Sound 711-MO/LWM-6 Prestige Sound Lectern is an elegant, handcrafted podium designed to command a dignified presence. It features a wide reading surface illuminated by a recessed fluorescent lamp, a surface-mounted digital time piece, and a flexible gooseneck arm with an upgraded shockmount holder to prevent feedback. Equipped with a self-contained 50W amplifier and four 8" speakers, the lectern is ideal for addressing audiences up to 3000 in conference rooms, auditoriums, houses of worship, and more.

The 711-MO/LWM-6 comes with an LWM-6 wireless lavalier mic and a bodypack transmitter, which allow users to speak while moving freely around the podium area, at a distance up to 200'. The lectern also comes with a handheld microphone and a wired lavalier mic, ideal for speakers who prefer to remain stationary. The unit's amplifier offers two mic inputs and a variety of line inputs and outputs to connect media players, extension speakers, or for recording and playing MP3 files.

The lectern can easily be moved on its four concealed easy-roll casters, with two locking casters. It ships fully assembled.

Key Features

  • Elegant sound lectern with medium oak finish and handcrafted moldings
  • Includes LWM-6 tie-clip wireless lavalier mic with bodypack transmitter
  • Ideal for audiences of up to 3000 in conference rooms, auditoriums, houses of worship, and more
  • Built-in sound with four 8" speakers and 50W amplifier
  • Wide reading surface illuminated by a recessed fluorescent lamp
  • Two large shelves (one adjustable) provide ample storage space
  • One handheld microphone with 9’ cable
  • One wired lavalier microphone with tie clip and 10’ cable
  • Flexible gooseneck arm
  • Digital time piece
  • Upgraded shockmount holder to prevent feedback
  • Two mic inputs for dynamic and condenser microphones
  • Input/output lines to connect media players, extension speakers, and recording and playing MP3 files
  • Moves easily on four concealed easy-roll casters, with two locking casters
  • High-pressure thermal-fused laminate on a MDF core
  • Durable scratch-resistant surface
  • Built-in wireless mic receiver
  • Built-in battery charger for use with optional rechargeable battery
  • Ships fully assembled
UPC: 604747711610

Oklahoma Sound 711-MO/LWM-6 Specs

General
Shelf Size20.5 x 11" / 52.1 x 27.9 cm
CastersYes
PA Speaker System
Microphone1 x Wired Condenser Handheld
1 x Wired Lavalier
1 x Wireless Lavalier
Wireless Range200' / 61 m
Total Power Capacity50 W RMS
Driver4 x 8" / 20.32 cm
Frequency Response100 Hz to 25 kHz
I/O ImpedanceOutput:
8 Ohms
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)10%
Connectors2 x Line-Out (Output)
2 x Microphone (Input)
1 x 1/8" Aux (Input)
Physical
Cable Length9' / 2.7 m (Mic)
10' / 3 m (Mic)
Dimensions47.0 x 22.0 x 18.0" / 119.4 x 55.9 x 45.7 cm
Weight102 lb / 46.3 kg
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