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Handcrafted Solid Hardwood Lectern CPD677-EV Collegiate Evolution - FREE SHIPPING!

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$3,050.00 $3,900.00

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Collegiate Evolution 


The Collegiate Evolution is a stand alone presentation center requiring no external power supply and is ideal for many applications. Nicely packaged in solid cherry hardwoods and cherry veneer, the Collegiate Evolution was designed and constructed for years of quality service. Not only is the Collegiate Evolution stunning in appearance, it contains the highest quality sound of any podium in the market thanks to its superior sound components.

The podium stands equally attractive in any number of settings due to the design and the beautiful characteristic of cherry wood. This podium can easily be moved from venue to venue on its own included casters and can be presentation ready in seconds as there are no wires to connect - everything remains connected within the podium and ready for use.

Simply keep it charged and the Collegiate Evolution is ready to perform. By the way, keeping it charged is a snap as a single charge will last for more than 3 months when not in use. 

Dimensions:   23 1/4"W x 20 1/4"D x 44 1/4"H

Weight:  95 Lbs.

Features:

  • Solid cherry hardwood construction
  • Inset doors with flat panel construction
  • Pullout shelf
  • Adjustable shelf inside equipment bay 
  • 4 hidden casters (2 locking)
  • Grommets throughout for wiring
  • 100 watt Amplifier
  • Handheld microphone, gooseneck mount, microphone clip, and 15' XLR microphone cable
  • 2 speakers

Approximate lead time is 4 - 6 weeks from receipt of order.  Lead times are subject to change without notice due to production schedule.

These are custom built.  Orders can not be cancelled.

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NOTE: Different species of wood, and oftentimes different pieces of the same species of wood, will "take" the same stain differently; and thus, produce varying effects in depth and tone of color.