Vision Lectern Podiums with Wireless Lavalier Mic - Cherry
This Oklahoma Sound 611-S/LWM-6 Vision Lectern Podium with Public Address System is a contemporary podium that conference presentations more powerful. With sleek, graceful lines, Vision Lectern Podiums with PA sound are scratch-resistant, cherry-colored wood laminate over a medium-density fiberboard (MDF) core with two broad 14.5" x 23" shelves for generous storage and four concealed easy-roll casters (two locking) for smooth mobility.
Includes wireless tie clip/lavalier microphone.
The Oklahoma Sound 611-S Vision Lectern Podium with Public Address System can be attractively customized with your organization's logo in dazzling, full color digital print. Printed in bright colors with a durable and attractive clear laminate, your logo or mascot can be applied to the front of the lectern to add greater impact to your presentation.
Designed for fast and easy assembly, Oklahoma Sound 611-S Vision Lectern Podium with Public Address Systems offer you a sleek and contemporary curved profile making this lectern appropriate for a wide variety of venues.
Oklahoma Sound 611-S Vision Lectern Podium with Public Address System are also available with video display.
Oklahoma Sound 611-S/LWM-6 Vision Lectern Podium with Public Address System Specifications:
• Dimensions: 46”H x 24”W x 21”D
• Sleek curved shape.
• Weight: 94 lbs.
• Wild Cherry scratch resistant thermo-fused melamine laminate on MDF.
• Four concealed casters; two locking.
• Two shelves for ample storage.
• Includes wireless tie clip/lavalier mic, handheld mic with 9' cable, tie clip mic with 10' cable & gooseneck mic holder.
• Wireless ready.
Available at PromoQuip, Inc. Visit us at www.promoquip .com or
call 866-274-2442 today.
Additional Oklahoma Sound 611-S/LWM-6 Vision Lectern Podium with Public Address System Features:
Brand Name: Oklahoma Sound
Item Depth: inches
Material Type: Thermal-fused, scratch resist laminate over MDF.
No. of Items: 1
Part #: 611-S/LWM-6
UNSPSC Code: 45111500
UPC Code: 604747611606