Warsaw, IN – December 18, 2007 – Da-Lite Screen Company announces the introduction of the Mobile Automated Confidence Monitor, the MPS-ACM, to its line of presentation products. The MPS-ACM includes a 6-foot power cord and a radio frequency remote with a range of 30 feet. The MPS-ACM will work universally with most flat panel monitors and the unique rail mounting system ensures an easy installation for the monitor with the added security of a key operated lock. Heavy duty five inch casters provide a safe and stable transport of flat panel monitors when navigating uneven surfaces. The nominal height of the top of the monitor is adjustable up to 42”. The MPS-ACM will hold up to 130 lbs., will tilt upward between 15 and 50 degrees from vertical and is standard with a black powder coated finish. A manual version, the MPS-MCM, is also available. more
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Time-Saving Tool Uses Spring Tension to Eliminate Need for Fine-Tuning
IRVINE, Calif. — Dec. 17, 2008 — ITC (Instant Tool-less Connector), a division of The Quest Group (parent company of AudioQuest), announces that its one-step stripper for the preparation of coaxial cable for termination is now available. This latest solution from ITC offers multiple blades in one tool and saves time in the field by eliminating the need for fine-tuning to make a proper cut. more
BUENA PARK, Calif.–Pianist Lorie Line is currently performing over 80 concerts on “The Glory of Christmas” tour and accompanied by The Pop Chamber Orchestra, this year‘s tour promises to be a spectacular night of music positioned around Line‘s concert ground piano and featuring many traditional Christmas songs and carols including music from The Messiah. Ten world-class musicians accompany Line as she and her grand piano take center stage. From breathtaking ballads to choreographed Motown moves, Line has redefined the image of a typical piano concert. more
With the opening of nightclub Sammy‘s on 2nd November, clubbers in the Lincolnshire town of Sleaford are now enjoying superior sound quality on their nights out, thanks to Sussex-based installation specialists Blucat‘s choice of Turbosound AspectÂ® products for the project.
Sammy‘s is the second major Aspect club installation that Blucat has undertaken in 2007, the first being the Honey nightclub in the north Wales resort of Rhyl, which opened earlier in the year. more
David May at Impulse Audio, Inc. recently overhauled the audio system at Bellevue Square just in time for the Northwest‘s premier shopping space‘s annual holiday parades and events, adding a distributed system of a hundred McCauley AC75 loudspeakers.
Snowflake Lane has been a tradition in the City of Bellevue since 2005, beginning just before Thanksgiving and ending on December 31st. Described in the past as a “one-of-a-kind” spectacle for children of all ages, Displaymaker Productions pulls out all stops, featuring large scale drums with life size toy soldiers lining the street, animated snowflake lights decorating poles and 36 snow machines making childhood dreams of a snowy holiday season a reality for an evening. Throughout the span of the transformation of Bellevue Square, carolers, drummer parades and even a visit from a jolly old fat man are all part of the festivities. more
New hire Brian Mungo reaffirms company‘s commitment to providing industry knowledge and exceptional customer support
ANAHEIM, CALIF. (Dec. 17, 2007) – Embarking on its third decade of delivering mounting technology and solutions, Premier Mounts (www.mounts.com) has expanded its sales team. The addition of Brian Mungo as North Central District sales manager, reaffirms the company‘s pledge to provide industry expertise and exceptional customer service, while supplying superior mounting solutions. more
Brampton, Ontario, Canada – December 2007… When corporate management of Rogers Communications– Canada’s largest wireless voice and data communications services provider–decided to upgrade their presentation space at the company‘s Brampton Park facility, they sought the expertise of Toronto-based Cinequip White Incorporated, a full service sales company serving the broadcast, theatrical, video, film, and architectural industries throughout Canada. To ensure the finest wireless microphone performance, along with flexible signal routing and DSP capability, the design team at Cinequip White selected several products from the Lectrosonics catalog. more
Old Lyme, Connecticut–July 2007–Sennheiser Electronic Corp., the U.S. wholly-owned subsidiary of the German company accepted worldwide as a leader in headphones and microphones for professionals and consumers alike, has announced the delivery of its‘ new and versatile wireless headset based upon the Bluetooth technology standard. The Sennheiser BW900 features proprietary Adaptive Intelligence™ technology to deliver sound quality that is dramatically superior for both the wearer and the connected party, in addition to an advanced ergonomic design, and hot-swap battery changing. more
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Carcés, France–Waterfall Audio (www.waterfallaudio.com), the French company that will début its unique line of glass loudspeakers at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show, will showcase its two flagship models for the American market. The company, known worldwide for the striking glass-enclosure designs it distributes in 30 different countries, will display and demonstrate its unique Victoria EVO and Iguasçu EVO, named for the famous waterfalls in Africa and South America, respectively. more
Madison Square Garden, New York City‘s premiere indoor venue for sporting events, concerts and live entertainment, has added four Clay Paky Alpha Spot HPE 1200s to an existing complement of 24 Clay Paky Stage Zoom 1200 fixtures. Scott Humphrey‘s Delaware-based Light Action was the dealer of record for the sale.
Lighting designer Patrick Dierson of Artfag specified the Alpha Spot HPE 1200s. Dierson works directly with the National Hockey League‘s New York Rangers and the NBA‘s New York Knicks, who both call the Garden home, and is often called in by Garden operational personnel as a theatrical consultant. “They know what they want to happen but don‘t have the technical expertise to specify equipment,” Dierson explains. “I bridge that gap to make sure what they need is implemented seamlessly.” more