Da-Lite Providence 42" Multi-Media Lectern with Gooseneck Microphone (Heritage Walnut Veneer)

BH #DA98154HWV • MFR #98154HWV
Da-Lite
Key Features
  • 15" Monitor Cutout on Reading Surface
  • Dynamic Gooseneck Microphone
  • Three Storage Shelves / CPU Bay
  • Slide-Out Keyboard and Mouse Pad Shelves
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The Da-Lite Providence 42" Multi-Media Lectern with Gooseneck Microphone is a wooden unit with a heritage walnut veneer, and  a computer-based presentation area that can also accommodate an array of media equipment. The hinged reading surface has a cutout for a 15" monitor. The front has a pull out keyboard shelf with fold-down door; a mouse pad shelf slides out of the left side of the keyboard drawer. A right side pull-out shelf is there for a small projector. The illuminated reading surface features a high-intensity lamp and is large enough to support a 3-ring binder. The front and sides of the lectern have been routed out with 1/4" reveals to give a stronger sense of design.
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Da-Lite Providence Overview

The Da-Lite Providence 42" Multi-Media Lectern with Gooseneck Microphone is a wooden unit with a heritage walnut veneer, and  a computer-based presentation area that can also accommodate an array of media equipment. The hinged reading surface has a cutout for a 15" monitor. The front has a pull out keyboard shelf with fold-down door; a mouse pad shelf slides out of the left side of the keyboard drawer. A right side pull-out shelf is there for a small projector. The illuminated reading surface features a high-intensity lamp and is large enough to support a 3-ring binder. The front and sides of the lectern have been routed out with 1/4" reveals to give a stronger sense of design.

A 120VAC, 60Hz AmpliVox 100 watt amp sound system is provided and features multiple inputs and outputs, including two aux outputs for optional satellite speakers. The built-in 120 watt speaker includes a 6.5" woofer and high-output tweeter. The system features a dynamic gooseneck microphone with mount.

At the bottom of the lectern, there is a CPU bay on the left side, while three storage shelves are installed on the right side. These areas are hidden behind hinged doors. A six-outlet power strip is also inside the lectern. The dashboard features two outlets and an LED digital clock/timer with countdown function. Four, 4" swivel casters (two locking) allow you to move the lectern to a desired position. The Providence operates on 120VAC / 60Hz and includes a 12' power cord suitable for a North American outlet. 

Da-Lite Providence Specs

General
Reading Platform Size39.5 x 24.5" / 100.3 x 62.2 cm
Height AdjustmentNone
Number of Shelves3
Adjustable Interior ShelvesNo
Shelf Size19 x 21" / 48.3 x 53.3 cm (Slide Out)
20" / 50.8 cm
22 x 10" / 55.9 x 25.4 cm (Keyboard)
8.9 x 9.4" / 22.6 x 24 cm (Mouse)
Electrical ComponentsClock/Timer, Reading Light
Outlets2 x 3-Prong Edison
6
Casters4 x 4" / 10.2 cm Swivel (2 x Lockable)
PA Speaker System
Microphone1 x Dynamic Gooseneck
Total Power Capacity120 W at 8 Ohms
Amplifier Power Rating100 W RMS at 8 Ohms
Driver1 x 6.5" / 16.5 cm Woofer
1 x Tweeter
Frequency Response65 Hz to 15 kHz ± 3 dB
Maximum SPL107 dB
Input SensitivityLine Input:
-20 dB
Output SensitivityLine Output: -14 dBV
Mic Output: -52 dBV
Connectors1 x 1/4" Line-In Unbalanced
1 x 1/4" Line-Out
1 x XLR Microphone Balanced (Input)
1 x XLR Microphone Balanced (Output)
2 x 1/4" Speaker (Output)
Power & Environmental
AC Input Voltage110 to 125 VAC, 60 Hz
Power Consumption120 W (Maximum)
40 W (Typical)
Physical
Cable Length12' / 3.7 m (Power)
ConstructionWood
Monitor Cutout Size15" / 38.1 cm
Dimensions47.9 x 42.0 x 30.0" / 121.7 x 106.7 x 76.2 cm
Weight345 lb / 156.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight220 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)57 x 48 x 37"
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