U.S. District Court
Judge Joseph Stadtmueller likes to keep his courtroom on the leading edge of technology. He originally asked Lewis Sound & Video to install audio systems in his courtroom in 1992, and we have come back from time to time for maintenance and minor upgrades.
We completed a major upgrade of his system in the spring of 2006, installing
We were also able to reuse certain components, in particular the original JBL 12" ceiling speakers, which were still in good condition, and an equipment rack located under the judge's bench.
Judge Stadtmueller is very pleased with the new system. "Given the fact that litigation is so expensive, we really could not function without this technology, or at least function efficiently," he says
The judge's bench, with clerk's area in front and a lectern used for addressing the bench.
The courtroom from the bench. Note dual microphones and the control panel to the left of the mics.
The witness box. Microphones are very important in court, to ensure that the jury can hear clearly.
Attorney's tables. Each mic is on an automatic mixer, but the judge can turn them on and off as well.
Touch panel with mic control screen. Note the sidebar button, which sends pink noise to the jury.
Headsets for the hearing impaired. Infrared transmission ensures against electronic eavesdropping.
Equipment rack under the judge's bench, with sound, control and audioconferencing components.
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