AmpliVox Sound Systems has introduced two models of its popular lecterns with built-in digital display screens, giving the lectern user instant, plug and play visual meeting support for their message or brand. The lecterns are also great for instructional messages, such as Covid testing sites, security check-in, etc.
The 43-inch display features 1920 x 1080 native resolution, and has an ambient light sensor that auto-dims the LED backlights, 30 different programming schedules, and current date and time. Input terminals include digital HDMI, analog VGA, 3.5mm audio, External LAN, and Data microSD Media Player. The Media Player has USB and SD card slots. Connectivity for the display is located on both the bottom and side of the lecterns for easy access.
There are two models of lecterns with the built-in screens: Contemporary Lectern and Visionary Lectern II. The Contemporary Lectern is 49” high and features satin anodized aluminum uprights and a 26.75” wide x 16.75” deep table and a base both made of MDF. The Visionary Lectern II, an upgraded version of AmpliVox’s previous Visionary Lectern, is 47” high x 26” wide and is made of scratch-resistant melamine.
“These lecterns give presenters a powerful new level of visual support, without always needing an additional AV screen and projector,” said AmpliVox CEO Don Roth. “And they’re also ideal as a self-contained display unit, for selling, instruction, or important informational messages.”
To learn more about AmpliVox Sound Systems’ products, visit Ampli.com.