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Commercial Audio 60W Powered Lectern with Gooseneck Microphone and LED Light (No Logo)
This 47" lectern features a built-in 60-watt amplifier and speakers, so it can serve as a stand-alone audio system for presentations. It includes a gooseneck microphone and LED lamp, which attach to the top. A balanced pre-amp output allows you to connect it to an external audio system to replace or augment the lectern's built-in sound system. An additional 3-pin Male 91 MC3M connector with phantom power inside the apron allows you to connect an additional condenser microphone, while a 1/4" jack on the lectern column allows you to connect an additional dynamic microphone. Line level RCA inputs allow you to add an external audio source to provide music or other audio material, while line-level RCA outputs allow you to record your presentation.
- Includes gooseneck dynamic microphone and gooseneck LED lamp
- Built-in 60-watt amplifier and speakers
- Balanced pre-amp output
- Line level RCA input
- Balanced 1/4" dynamic microphone input
- Line level RCA outputs for recording presentations
|Output Power||60 watts|
|Frequency Response||80 Hz ~ 16 kHz|
|Total Harmonic Distortion||less than 0.5%|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||more than 65dB|
|Bass Control Range||±10dB|
|Treble Control Range||±10dB|
|Pre Out Sensitivity||1V ±20mV|
|Rec Out Sensitivity||200mV ±20mV|
|Amplifier Output Sensitivity||13.5V ±0.5V|
|AUX 1 Input Sensitivity||350mV|
|MIC 1 Input Sensitivity||12mV|
|MIC 2 Input Sensitivity||7mV|
|Pre Out Level||1V / 0dB|
|Input Power||120 VAC, 50/60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||100 watts|
|Dimensions||43.3" x 22.8" x 16.5" (110 x 58 x 42 cm)|
- User's Manual (Jan 9, 2017)
Questions and Answers
I've not used any other inputs or outputs, although I plan to add a wireless microphone receiver and an aux input playing music from a phone or computer when I have a moment.
If this really continues to work, it's going to save me a TON of time setting up for lectures and speaking events in my theatre.
9 months ago
Knocked off 1 star as the microphone is really basic and has a Omnidirectional pickup pattern which doesn't work well with a speaker being that close. I ended up swapping it out for a
Cardioid gooseneck I had which helped quite a bit.
100+ person rooms are no problem. Just drop it off, plug it in and you are good to go. Definitely worth much more than what MonoPrice is charging for it.
6 months ago
4 months ago
It provides the right set of inputs for a unit of its type, and it has space below the podium surface for a wireless microphone receiver including an extra mic input and a power outlet. If it does not break it will be a great unit for our training room. My only complaint is that the goose neck on the microphone is mostly solid and it would be hard to have a laptop in the podium and be able to use the mic properly, i'm looking for a more flexible mic to solve that issue.
6 months ago