The standard honey maple veneer Cambridge 42" Special Needs Floor Lectern from Da-Lite comes with electric height adjustment and a sound system from AmpliVox Sound Systems. The sound system provides up to 120W of RMS output. The lectern features an oversized reading surface that holds a 3-ring binder. It also comes with heavy-duty industrial casters for easy mobility. This lectern incorporates an LED digital clock / timer with countdown capability, which lets presenters pace themselves throughout their presentations.
This floor lectern features a handsome wood trim that defines its edges for a soft, contemporary look. Additionally, it comes equipped with height adjustment and Braille identification, so that the unit provides ADA accessibility.
Power supply and amplifier can be accessed internally.
Controls can be accessed by removing the dash panel.
- Flush panels with wood-trimmed square edges
- Wheelchair accessible
- Equipped with enhancements required to make the unit accessible to people with special needs
- Electrically operated height adjustment mechanism with electronic control to adjust the height from 38” (97cm) in sitting position to 46” (117cm) in standing position
- Braille identification on all control panel components
- Padded, nylon-lined cover
- Real wood, hand-rubbed standard honey maple veneer for a deep and rich appearance
- Up to 120W RMS power output
- 6.5” Neodymium woofer with high-output tweeter
- Auxiliary microphone (XLR jack) input is located under the reading surface for use with a second mic or wireless microphone input while a balanced phantom-powered auxiliary mic input with low impedance (600 Ω) is suitable for use with condenser-type microphones
- Auxiliary line input (1/4” phone jack) used for playback of tape players, musical instruments, VCRs, or audio feeds from other sound systems
- Volume control located on the dash panel
- A composite auxiliary signal line output (1/4" phone jack) can be fed directly to an audio or video tape recorder. You can even combine the sound system with an external one via the line output for a immersive sound output, or the line output may be fed to the input of an assisted listening device for people with special needs
- 50W of speaker output (1/4" phone jack) can be used to drive external speakers in lieu of the internal lectern speaker
- Output of amplifier is self-protecting against overload
Low impedance (<2Ω) will cause excessive heating, thereby reducing amplifier output.