Whether you’ve put together a slide show of the glory days or plan to pass the mic around the room, the Sun Valley Inn Convention Center has the latest audiovisual technology to make your family gathering happen seamlessly. The venue is wired for state-of-the-art sound and video, and features high-tech projectors, space-saving patch-in capabilities in the ballroom, and colored LED lighting to magically transform any space. Trained technicians are always on hand to assist you.
High-speed Internet access is achieved through RJ45 twisted pair connectivity in the convention center along with 802.11b wireless Ethernet. This access can also be configured to allow for virtual LAN networking between meeting rooms within the hotel for large groups that require multiple meeting rooms. An extensive in house resort-wide fiber optic backbone, can accommodate any number of possible data and video distribution needs as well as direct fiber connections from carrier circuits to meeting rooms.
Internet Bandwith capabilities up to 100 Mb upon request
Cisco switched 10/100/1000 network
Multimode & Singlemode fiber optics
802.11b Wireless Ethernet
House phones: for in-house dialing
Analog phone lines: basic handsets & modem connectivity
Digital phone lines: advanced programming features
Speakerphones (Digital & Analog)
Polycom Conference Phones
Audio Visual Capabilities
Microphone and zoned speaker output (independently controlled)
Audio and video inputs
Video and audio routing capabilities
Music via house source, CD, DVD, & AM/FM
Closed circuit TV
Computerized lighting controls with lighting scene options
Built in recessed tracks for theatrical, stage and head table lighting
Drop-down projectors and screens
Occupant accessible temperature adjustment
Fixtures available with controls
Hang points approximately 12’ on center in all directions (rigging hardware available)
Satellite truck uplink connectivity
Sun Valley has the ability to accommodate all of your power needs:
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