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Power Plus Floor Lectern by Oklahoma Sound

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Our most popular lectern has made its mark in every venue. Clean functional styling, great sound and ease of use has made this lectern everyone's favorite. Four 8" high efficiency speakers are matched to a 30 watt amplifier that kicks out more sound for its size than any in its class. The control panel provides two mic inputs plus line in/out and a full array of multimedia functions for a total A/V experience. An extension output is included and the sound can be custom tailored via the full range tone controls.

Other Features

  • Floor lectern
  • Meant for mid-size audience of up to 900 people
  • Inside shelf measures 20.5" W x 6" D
  • Four 8” high efficiency speakers matched to a 30 watt amplifier
  • Two condenser type microphones: one handheld w/ 9' cable and one tie-clip/lavalier w/ 10' cable
  • Handheld wireless microphone included on model 111PLS-LWM5
  • Tie-Clip/Lavalier wireless microphone included on model 111PLS-LWM6
  • Inputs: Two microphones and one Aux. line
  • Outputs - Line out 1for Extension Speaker and Line out 2 - Tape recorder
  • Wireless ready- Switchable (2 frequency)
  • Four Volume, Bass/Treble and On/Off controls
  • 2A internally mounted fuse
  • 117 Volt AC, 12 V DC power supply
  • Optional 12 volt rechargeable battery (PS12V) is available for purchase
As Low As $413.95

MSRP $754.00

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**On Sale through 12/29/17.
Lectern With Wireless Handheld Mic
**On Sale through 12/29/17.
Lectern With Wireless Tip Clip / Lavalier Mic
**On Sale through 12/29/17.

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