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New Product Spotlight: Media Manager Series Lecterns

Spectrum Launches the Media Manager Series.

With the Elite Lectern being the inspiration, the new family of redesigned lecterns gives customers the same great design for each lectern in a variety of sizes. That means they can fit into the smallest classrooms and simplest boardrooms to the largest lecture halls or presentation spaces. With a timeless appearance, the series is built with heavy-gauge steel for long-lasting durability. It’s available with a plain surface, surround, or with an Overbridge Control Console™ for easy control access. Each lectern has a removable rack cube which can be shipped separately for easy AV and IT integration. The series of lecterns also has unique features that set them apart from each other:

Director Lectern

The largest in the series, the Director Lectern boasts the ability to fit two full sized rack cubes for maximizing AV and technology integration.

Protected with a dual-bolt lock, the Elite Lectern features a large document camera drawer at perfect writing height that can be put either on the right or left side.

Link Lectern

The Link Lectern comes in an optional 36” or 41” height to suit the needs of your customer’s function and design.

Compact Lectern

Our Compact Lectern, the smallest unit in the series, still offers great integration but in a footprint that fits the tightest spaces.

Spectrum’s Configurator at helps design the lecterns to your customer’s specs by choosing from over 60 color combinations and a variety of options. Click on Request a Quote to get your perfect lectern.
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