A/V Technology and Support for Hunt Auditorium

Hunt 1103, lecternHunt Auditorium is equipped with the following technologies:

  • Desktop computer with the following list of available software
    • Users will need to login with their Unity ID
    • Users not affiliated with NC State University will need to email ClassTech
  • Digital and analog laptop connections
    • VGA, HDMI, MDP
    • Analog audio carried over 3.5mm
    • Digital audio carried over HDMI or MDP
  • Dual projection
    • Mirrored display of a single source
    • Discrete switched capability
      • Display 2 sources simultaneously (Laptop & Document Camera, or some combination)
  • Hunt 1103, backDocument camera
  • Three microphones: podium, lapel and wireless handheld.
    • There are eight wireless receivers, so additional microphones can be provided in any combination of lav or handheld up to a total of 8; however, a technician must be on site to mix the audio.
    • If you need additional microphones, you must contact ClassTech (classtech@ncsu.edu) at least 2 weeks prior to the event to ensure that a technician will be present. and preferably, that you can schedule a meeting prior to the event if you are not familiar with the equipment.
    • If you have any additional questions or concerns about any of the A/V equipment, contact ClassTech directly at classtech@ncsu.edu
  • Wireless presenter, with a laser pointer for use with the lectern computer
  • Blu-Ray DVD Player
  • Touch panel driven space
    • Input source selection (lectern pc, laptop, document camera, etc.)
    • Volume control (program and microphone)
    • Lighting control (various “brightness” scenes)

Hunt Auditorium, frontSupport for the technology in Hunt Auditorium

  • ClassTech encourages users who are not familiar with the auditorium to consider a training session with ClassTech personnel. To do so, please reserve the space for an hour a prior to the event so that ClassTech can review the technology with you.  Once the auditorium is reserved, email ClassTech (classtech@ncsu.edu) at least 2 weeks prior to the event – and a technician will be scheduled to meet you in the space to discuss your needs and the capabilities of the equipment installed. Please make sure that the meeting time is during normal support hours.
  • If there are problems with the audio-visual technology during normal business hours (8AM – 5PM, Monday-Friday), please place a call to the Help Desk using the podium telephone – a ClassTech technician will be on-site in 10 minutes.  Please make sure that you call from the lectern phone and not your cellphone.  Placing your call from the lectern phone will connect you directly to Help Desk support staff.
  • If you need additional equipment and/or support that ClassTech is unable to provide we suggest contacting one of the listed local vendors. Please note that ClassTech does not provide furniture, seating, stage dressings or additional lighting of any sort.