Medium Meeting Room (AV14)

This is an AV14 Audio Visual system. Suitable for medium meeting spaces, small seminar spaces and other similar spaces. The Medium Meeting Room system features a large LCD display, video conferencing Camera & ceiling Microphones, speakers, installed AVPC, and BYOD HDMI connectivity.



This design is suitable for the following use:

  • Viewing capacity for up to 16 users.
  • Collaborative discussion and teamwork through AV flexibility.
  • Support for Zoom, MS Teams & other video conferencing platforms.
  • Installed AVPC for use by UniSA staff.
  • BYOD connectivity via a HDMI connection.

This design includes the following AV equipment:

  • 4K LCD Display.
  • Installed AVPC.
  • BYOD (Bring-your-own-device) HDMI connectivity.
  • USB Video conferencing Camera and intelligent ceiling microphones.
  • Installed AVPC.
  • BYOD HDMI connection point.
  • Automated video & Audio processing.
  • Installed speakers (to suit room).
  • IR hearing augmentation.

Optional changes to this design include:

Control Pad

  • Addition of a wall mounted control pad.
  • Allows manual control of the LCD Display, instead of the standard automated control.

Touch-screen LCD display

  • Replaces the standard LCD display.
  • Uses a commercial 86" LCD display with glass touch screen.
  • Mounted using a height adjustable wall bracket allowing better reach of the touch screen.

USB Switching

  • Addition of USB switching to allow use of USB VC soundbar & touch LCD from BYOD device.
  • Automated control (following control pad selections for CTP option).

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If you are interested in arranging the installation of this design, please raise a request with the ISTS Teaching Technologies team via the IT Help Desk.

They will consult further on suitability of your room and the best design to meet your requirements, as well as manage the design, procurement, installation, and commissioning of the system.

The technical documentation for the AV14 standard can be accessed here.

For full AV documentation please refer to the UniSA Technical Standards.