Oklahoma Sound Smart Cart Lectern (Mahogany)

Oklahoma Sound
Oklahoma Sound Smart Cart Lectern (Mahogany)

Oklahoma Sound Smart Cart Lectern (Mahogany)

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Oklahoma Sound SCL-MY Overview

The mahogany Smart Cart Lectern from Oklahoma Sound is a ready-to-assemble multi-purpose computer lectern cart featuring a 2-inch deep area for a laptop that locks with a slide out locking shelf for projectors and multimedia equipment. The three locking doors provide secure storage for the inner shelves, which can hold A/V equipment and material. This lectern is constructed from high-quality melamine thermofused MDF with a stained pine wood finish on the base and rolls on 4-inch casters, with two locking. The cabinetry is handcrafted and steel parts fabricated by American Craftsmen in Oklahoma Sound's own factory and comes with a two-year warranty.


This Smart Cart Lectern has many features that make it practical for any type of work or presentation space. There are locking doors so that you can secure your A/V equipment and not have to remove the equipment when not being used. There are wire management grommets to keep your wires from being tangled. In addition, for your convenience there is a built-in power strip and fold out media shelf. The is a smart lectern -- it has everything you need for your presentation needs.


Oklahoma Sound has just entered its 25th year of manufacturing quality A/V equipment. All of their products carry the UL mark of safety. The cabinetry work is handcrafted and steel parts are made in their own factory and they provide a 2-year warranty.
UPC: 604747200626

Oklahoma Sound SCL-MY Specs

AdjustmentsSliding Projector Shelf, Fold-Out Media Shelf
Shelf3 x Interior Shelves, 1 x Media Shelf, 1 x Sliding Projector Shelf
Casters4 x 4.0" casters (2 Locking)
Dimensions (WxHxD)28.0 x 41.0 x 21.0" (71.1 x 104.1 x 53.3 cm)
Weight72.0 lbs (32.7 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight110 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)44.5 x 27.3 x 17.8"
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