List of equipment included in a multimedia classroom 

Expand each section to review each type of equipment in classrooms. 

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Crown XLS 202 Amplifier

  • Housed in a rugged, all-steel 2U chassis
  • Efficient forced-air fans prevent excessive thermal buildup
  • Electronically balanced XLR inputs; touchproof binding post and Speakon outputs
  • Precision detented level controls, power switch, power LED, and six LEDs which indicate signal, clip, and fault for each channel.
  • Product Brochure

Copyright 2002–2007 Crown Audio, Inc

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Canon RE-455X

The Canon RE-455X video visualizer combines image quality with the versatility you need to display a wide variety of documents, media, and even 3-D objects.

  • XGA resolution
  • 12X zoom lens
  • Twin fluorescent lamps
  • RGB input
  • Canon Website

2007 Canon U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved.


RC897T Super Multi DVD Recorder/VCR with Digital Tuner

  • Super Multi DVD Recording (DVD-RAM, DVD+RW/+R, DVD+R Double Layer, and DVD-RW/-R)
  • DVD-RAM Time Shift
  • Progressive Scan Technology
  • Superior Picture Quality with DVFX Recording
  • HDMI Out (1080p Up-Scaling)
  • DVD to VCR/VCR to DVD Recording
  • USB Media Plus
  • LG SimpLinkT Connectivity
  • Compatibility with All Standard Disc Formats
  • Digital ATSC Tuner
  • Easy & Smart User Interface
  • Maximum Playback
    • DVD Video and Video Tap
    • DVD-RAM, DVD+RW/+R, DVD+R Double Layer, and DVD-RW/-R
    • CD Audio, CD-RW/R
    • JPEG, MP3, WMA
  • Product Brochure

2008 LG Electronics U.S.A., Inc.

Throughout each phase of multimedia classroom installations, new Dell workstations and flat-panel monitors have been installed inside the multimedia instructor podiums. These PCs allow IUP faculty to utilize the multimedia classroom equipment and the standard features of a PC.

Panasonic PT-FW43OU Projector

Panasonic PT-RW33OU Projector

Sony VPL-PHZ10 Projector