|Product Type: Laptop/Notebook cart||Primary Material: Metal; Wood|
|Adjustable Height: Yes||Country of Manufacture: China|
Oklahoma Sound now offers a wired and wireless capability integrated into a multimedia amplifier system with options providing a solution to your every presentation requirement. Oklahoma Sound has many new designs, styles and unique ideas with a broad range of color selections.
Full multimedia capability, including power output selections from 20 - 50 watts, phantom power, switchable Dynamic/Condenser mic inputs, tape and CD, play and record capability - to name just a few are built in. Sound lecterns include AC plug and optional 12V battery capability where the lectern recharges the battery! And now out products carry the U.L. mark of safety.
OSC now offers wired and wireless capability, all built into each Sound Lectern, with a full choice of optional wireless microphones; Hand held, Tie clip or the NEW Headset style. Cabinetry is handcrafted and steel parts fabricated by American Craftsmen in our own factory.
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Valued from Portland, OR– Verified Buyer– Top 50 Reviewer
My husband loves this! We thank you for the great shipping and great item!
Alex from Novi, MI– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
This cart is perfect for wheeling around the warehouse when checking inventory. The adjustable height and tilt make it easy for multiple people to use. Very sturdy for the price!
Flimsy and falls apart
Slinkey the ferret from Dublin, California– Verified Buyer
Due to the construction of the device (location of locking mechanisms on the main pole) this device would sit level and required shims to get it semi level. After one week of minimal use and using only as directed, the bottom weld of the frame separated making it useless. I bought the product based on the concept of it- bad choice. This item is cheaply made and I couldn't recommend it to anyone. Sorry.
OK for it's price
Dave from Mobile, AL– Verified Buyer
The two part base is unstable and leans quite abit once screwed together, I had to screw two "L" brackets to hold it together. The top frame leans to one side once you screw in the two plastic knobs. I had to drill holes in the base at different heights and use a simple cotter pin so that the two tables are actually level. The materials are good quality but seems to be poor designed in it's actual assembly. It does not allow for a level table.