Podium Covers and Accessories for Enhancing & Protecting Your Investment

Podium Covers and Accessories Make Terrific Go-Withs!

Closeup of a clip-on podium reading light

Buying a lectern is no small purchase. Supplement and protect your investment with podium covers and accessories. These add-ons enhance your presentation with pure professionalism. Portable sound systems and reading lights can prove to be an invaluable purchase depending on the venue — indoors or out. When not in use, podium covers prevent dust and dirt buildup, helping to keep your lectern's high-quality finish looking great for years to come. These go-withs boost the effectiveness of any speaking engagement. Read on to learn more about what podium covers and accessories can do for you!

What can additional lectern add-ons do for you?
  • Podium covers — these are simple affairs but they do an important job. Leaving an expensive lectern unprotected can create issues over time. Exposure to dust or sunlight affects wood in ways that darken the finish. When not in use, we recommend protecting your investment with a durable polyester fabric cover. These come with a PVC coating which resists liquids and safeguards your podium from scuffs and abrasions.
  • Reading lights — unless your pulpit already comes with integrated illumination, we suggest purchasing our clip-on lamp accessory. Attach the light virtually anywhere you wish. The gooseneck arm lets you direct the lamp exactly where needed. A 3-position dimmer provides full, half, or dim illumination. Thanks to its energy efficient LED technology, the lamp will last for years of service.
  • Portable sound systems — in bigger halls and venues, voice amplification is often necessary. If your lectern doesn't include a built-in sound system, you can still amplify the lecturer. Portable sound systems range from small, personal sizes up to multi-piece public address packages. You also have your choice of wired or wireless microphones. Amplification is required under certain circumstances. Outdoor speakers need to rise above the surrounding, ambient noise. The same goes for loud trade shows and conventions. Interior spaces that are bigger than a classroom may require it as well. Receptions, banquets, and seminars are all examples of areas needing a sound system for the people in the back. Reaching your audience requires proper speaker box placement. Assessing the acoustical properties of your location is key!

These accessories are excellent investments in educational institutions, offices, training centers, and more. Lecterns and podiums share the limelight with the speech giver. They are a standing representation of the organization or venue, and therefore should be handled and treated just like any other type of furnishing if expected to last a lifetime.

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