Automated multimedia system prevents hassles

 OWI Inc. has joined forces with other audio/video companies to offer CLASSPAC, a completely automated plug and play classroom multimedia system.
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OWI Inc. has joined forces with other audio/video companies to offer CLASSPAC, a completely automated plug and play classroom multimedia system.

Sold as a total A/V system, CLASSPAC products are tested for connectivity and operation, assuring out-of-the-box compatibility among the system’s components. CLASSPAC’s interactive website, www.classpacpro.com, makes it easy to design, budget and specify any size A/V system using product partner’s components.

The CLASSPAC educational A/V package includes complementary components from Aurora Multimedia (WACI-PAD 6™ and VGA-composite input wall plate), OWI Incorporated (AMP-1S62 amplified ceiling speakers), and Premier Mounts (PDS-FCTAW-QL projector mount and a digital projector). Custom CLASSPACs are also available to meet different sourcing and product requirements.

An OWI CRS-101 infrared wireless microphone system can be added to CLASSPAC as an option.

“A wireless infrared audio system now helps every student hear me clearly anywhere in class, and I no longer have to raise my voice,” says Kelli Murphy, a high school chemistry and AP science teacher in Aliso Viejo, CA, who uses a hands-free system by OWI. “My voice stays strong till the end of the day, every day. I spend more time teaching and explaining, and less time repeating, which is especially helpful in lab work.”

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