New AmpliVox ADA Compliant Lectern Accommodates All Presenters

amplivox-lectern-0616AmpliVox Sound Systems just introduced its new ADA Compliant Lectern SN3900, a unique presentation option that accommodates individuals who use wheelchairs as well as those who stand.

AmpliVox’s ADA Compliant Lectern is designed to meet or exceed the 2010 Standards for Accessible Design issued by the US Department of Justice under the Americans with Disabilities Act. A conveniently located rocker switch adjusts the lectern’s height anywhere from seated (31”) to standing (41”), allowing the same lectern to be used comfortably by all presenters. Seated individuals appreciate the ease of entry and exit afforded by its oversized rear access area. Its wide configuration provides a spacious tabletop work surface as well as easy entry and exit at the rear of the lectern. The lectern moves easily on four industrial locking casters, and can be customized with a task light, digital clock, power outlet, cable port, or work surface cutouts. The classic design of the lectern, with curved edges and an attractive oak finish, fits any professional venue.

“AmpliVox is proud to introduce this attractive and functional lectern that can serve the needs of any presenter, including those who need accommodations for height and width,” notes Don Roth, AmpliVox CEO. “AmpliVox’s products have been used by customers ranging from television personality Dr. Jennifer Arnold of The Little Couple, who stands 3’ 2”, to FBI Director James B. Comey who is 6’ 8”. We understand the need to create functional, versatile height adjustable products that work well for everyone.”

The new AmpiVox ADA Compliant Lectern is here.

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