PA System in a Briefcase

Orator Briefcase PA System

Do you sometimes feel the urge to just whip out a microphone from your briefcase and hold a speech? You’re not alone. Apparently, this desire is so common that someone decided to manufacture a briefcase PA system.

The built-in sound system has a 20-watt amplifier and dual, 4″ speakers that produce crisp sound from the briefcase’s front panel, ensuring crystal clear orations.

The 14″ by 15″ lectern props up the briefcase and easily accommodates legal pads and note cards. The unit provides two microphone options–a handheld condenser microphone with 9ft. of cable and a 3/4″ lavaliere model that clips to a tie or lapel.

Orator Briefcase PA System

The control panel on the side of the briefcase enables tone and volume adjustments and the 13″ gooseneck arm attaches to the briefcase and secures the handheld microphone at your preferred height.

All components store inside the briefcase with room to spare for documents, the attach combination lock provides optimal security, and line-out ports enable connection to external speakers and a tape recorder.

Can be powered for up to four hours by eight C batteries or plugs into AC.

The Orator Briefcase PA System measures 13(H) x 18(W) x 5(D) inches and weighs 15 lbs. The products is available from the Hammacher Schlemmer website or $349.95.

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Robert Birming

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Based in Stockholm, Sweden, Robert is a blogger and musician with an eye on innovative gadgets and design geekiness.

3 Responses to “PA System in a Briefcase”

  1. To big! Maybe bluetooth headset will be better?

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