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Auditorium Stage with Lectern

Auditorium with Interactive Whiteboard and Ceiling-Mounted Monitors

Auditorium with Lectern on Stage, K-array Speakers with Subwoofers behind grilles under stage.

Auditorium with Rear Projection System and Built-in Lectern

Auditorium with Supplementary Monitors

Auditorium with Three Document Cameras and Rear Projection

Dual-Screen Distance Learning Auditorium with Studio Lighting

Kids' Museum Presentation System

Lecture Hall with Theater-Style Seating

Performance Hall with Moveable Lectern

Auditorium Stage with Lectern and Low-Profile K-array Speakers

Auditorium with Lectern & Rear-Projection

Auditorium with Pendant Speakers, Lectern, and Document Camera

Auditorium with Stage and Mixing Console

Auditorium with Theater-Quality Audio and Video

Confidence Monitors in a Distance Learning Auditorium

Dual-Screen, Multi-Use Auditorium

Large Auditorium with Removeable Lectern

Multi-Screen Distance Learning Auditorium

Triple Screen with Custom Integrated Lectern & Document Camera

Auditoriums have different designs and purposes. Live performance spaces, movie theaters, conference centers, or a multi-purpose area with movable partitions to arrange for smaller individual spaces. Common characteristics include forward-facing seating and a stage or presentation area at the front. Seating and other furnishings may be stationary or movable for additional flexibility.

Our systems are typically for educational or multi-purpose use. Features include one or more mobile presentation lecterns, wired and wireless microphones, a projection system and/or flat screen displays, and programmed room lighting controls. A Personal Listening Assistance System is often added for compliance with the American Disabilities Act (ADA).

Auditoriums (large spaces) almost always present acoustical challenges. The Architectural design, interior furnishings and the materials used for ceilings, walls and floors can cause confusing and uncomfortable speech reverberation patterns. Although post-design acoustic corrections are possible they usually require customized speaker designs and application of acoustic surface materials at additional costs.

Our auditorium technology is simple to use and performance-proven as highly reliable. A touch of just one or two “touchscreen buttons” quickly re-configures multiple hardware and software components to display the information.

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