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New Toft ATB 32-Channel Consoles at Center of Redesigns
Pictured at SAE Chicago with the Toft ATB 32-Channel console are (L-R) Vintage King's Jeff Leibovich and SAE's Bill Smith.
Vintage King Audio is working to expand the studio facilities for Audio Technology Program students at SAE Institute’s creative media arts colleges across the United States. After years of working with SAE, VK was recently called upon to implement a comprehensive upgrade of its recording studios with standardized 8-Bus configurations.
“We’re working on a number of projects with SAE, but the main one is getting the 8-Bus rooms together at SAE’s Miami, Nashville, and San Francisco schools,” says Jeff Leibovich, sales consultant at Vintage King, a global leader in professional audio sales, studio consulting, and comprehensive gear servicing. “Ultimately, we’re aiming to equip SAE’s campuses in a similar fashion, which will ensure that all of SAE’s audio engineering students have access to the same kind of professional studio set-ups that they’ll encounter when they graduate and start working. This technical uniformity will also create consistency in training, and allow students to transfer between campuses seamlessly.”
“Working with Vintage King has been great,” says Bill Smith, SAE National Academic Director. “Because VK has such a broad reach in the industry, it ensures that the equipment we’re buying is truly reflective of what’s used professionally. It makes the learning experience so much better when the students get a taste of true quality in a real working environment. With our seven campuses around the country, having a strong partner that can provide immediate support is invaluable.”
Vintage King was involved in the building of SAE’s Chicago school at its earliest stages. They provided SAE’s newly opened Chicago campus with a Toft ATB 32 console and select outboard gear, including Daking 500 Series EQs and Mic Pres, Purple Action Compressor, SSL 611 Dynamics, and Phoenix Audio DRS-EQ500. A similar package was installed in Nashville and is slated for San Francisco. SAE’s Nashville, Atlanta, Los Angeles, and Miami campuses were equipped with the new Genelec M040 and M030 monitors. Both the Nashville and Miami campuses also received new outboard gear for their SSL rooms and a variety of new microphones from Neumann, Royer, Sennheiser, AKG, and others.
“The best part of working with SAE in Chicago was that I got to see the space go from a shell to the professional facility that it is today,” says Leibovich. “What’s impressive about SAE is that they’re not just teaching the science of audio to their students, they’re also teaching them the skills that they’ll need to become working engineers, producers, and entrepreneurs in today’s music and entertainment business.”
SAE Institute was established as The School of Audio Engineering (SAE) in October 1976 by engineer/producer Tom Misner, who in doing so developed the world’s first combined practical and theoretical curriculum in audio engineering. Their unique education system remains the only one of its kind in the world and has since expanded to offer programs in other curriculums such as film making, multimedia and other creative medias. SAE has campuses in Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Nashville, New York, and San Francisco, with over 50 campuses worldwide.
ABOUT VINTAGE KING AUDIO
Vintage King Audio is a global leader in professional audio sales, studio consulting, and comprehensive gear servicing. No matter the scope of a client’s needs or goals, from selecting a new microphone to designing a studio from the ground up, Vintage King distinguishes itself with standard-setting customer service, which begins with the company’s knowledgeable, industry-experienced staff. Far surpassing the basic functions of an audio dealer, however, Vintage King Audio values its long-standing partnerships with manufacturers and stays connected with the professional audio community through hosting frequent events, panel discussions, and product launches. For more information, visit http://www.vintageking.com/about-us
Famed studio opens recording and live schools, adds new studio based around Dangerous Music equipment: 2-Bus, Liaison, BAX EQ and Monitor ST
Edmeston, NY – December 3, 2013 – Blackbird Studio
The 'Studio I' at the new Blackbird Academy in Nashville features the Dangerous Music 2-Bus, Monitor ST, Liaison and BAX EQ
in Nashville, Tennessee, is one of the world’s best-equipped and favorite recording studio destinations for top musicians, producers and engineers. Artists such as Kings of Leon, The Black Keys, Jack White, Keith Urban, Sheryl Crow
, and Tim McGraw
have graced its live rooms. Studio owner John McBride
brought in industry gear experts, musicians, and educators Kevin Becka
and Mark Rubel
to create a new studio and curriculum for McBride’s vision of The Blackbird Academy, Professional School of Audio
. Becka chose Dangerous Music
equipment for the new studio, including the company’s 2-Bus
analog summing, the Liaison
programmable analog router, the BAX EQ
, and the Monitor ST
monitor controller to complement and integrate with the AVID Pro Tools|HDX recording system. The new studio offers a hybrid analog and digital experience for the students, a reflection of today’s most popular direction for recording studio design. more
As GraceWay Bible Church gets ready to stage its annual holiday program, Christmas Live!, Masque Sound, a leading theatrical sound reinforcement, installation and design company, returns with a custom audio equipment package to support Sound Designer Nathan Schmalbach and Technical Director Kevin Webb’s production.
Now in its fifth year, Christmas Live! is an immersive experience transporting visitors back 2,000 years to the very first Christmas. An hour-long guided walking tour, it features 11 interactive scenes with actors and animals located in and around the church grounds. The cast and crew total 300 people, with 15 involved directly in its technical aspects.
This is Masque Sound’s third year providing rental gear for Christmas Live!. As the program has grown over the past three years, so has the company’s support. In 2011, Masque Sound supplied a large wireless rig to distribute audio throughout the show. Last year, the rental package grew to include a semi-centralized system, and this year, Masque Sound provided a system that will allow the entire program to be centralized.
“Our goal over the past few years has been to centralize all of the controls for the entire program, which is no easy task when you are talking about remotely mixing and controlling 11 different shows, all of which are active at the same time,” says Schmalbach. “We have been working with Masque Sound for months to make sure we have the necessary equipment to execute this. It’s been a challenge, but Masque Sound has done a great job in giving us the gear and support to make our vision a reality.”
In order to mix the show from one central point, Schmalbach and his team will utilize a binaural audio (3D Audio) remote listening system. The system is composed of AKG C414 B-ULS and Earthworks M30 microphones, Genelec 1032A and 8030A monitors, XTA DP448s and Meyer Sound Galileo 616s for processing, XTA DS8000/D splitters, Rational Acoustics Smaart software and a Midas Venice 240 console. Audio is distributed from the control center with a Riedel RockNet 300 digital audio network. The speaker package consists of L-Acoustics MTD108As, 115XTs, SB218 and dB-SUB subwoofers, and Meyer Sound UPM-1Ps, UPA-1Ps and UPJ-1Ps. All of the L-Acoustics speakers are powered via Lab.gruppen fP Series amplifiers.
Figure53 QLab software running on Mac Minis with RME Fireface 800 interfaces handles the show’s effects and music playback. Masque Sound also provided a large wireless rig consisting of a Sennheiser 2000 Series 24-channel kit. To accompany the Sennheiser wireless package, Masque Sound supplied four Domed Helical Antennas from its sister company, Professional Wireless Systems (PWS).
“Masque Sound is always there for whatever we need. The program would not be as technically advanced as it is without their first-class equipment and support,” adds Schmalbach. “They do a wonderful job, and we can’t imagine working with anyone else.”
Christmas Live! will take place Friday, December 6 and Friday, December 13, starting at 5:30 p.m., and Sunday, December 8 and Sunday, December 15, starting at 4:30 p.m. For more information and to get free tickets, visit www.gracewaybc.org.
About Masque Sound
Founded in 1936 by a trio of Broadway stagehands, Masque Sound evolved into one of NYC’s most successful theatrical sound reinforcement, installation and design companies specializing in theatrical, house of worship, sporting, corporate, TV broadcast and live concert events. Celebrating more than 75 years in the industry, the company is lead by Geoff Shearing, the firm’s 3rd generation owner, and Vice President and General Manager Stephanie Hansen. The company also operates Florida-based Professional Wireless Systems, a leader in the development and implementation of wireless technology. Credits range from major Broadway shows and tours including “Phantom of the Opera,” “Mamma Mia!,” “Lion King,” “Jersey Boys,” “Memphis,” “The Book of Mormon,” “Newsies,” “Once” and “Kinky Boots” to yearly Super Bowl broadcasts and installations of varying sizes, including New York’s New Victory Theater and historic St. Bartholomew’s Church. Masque Sound’s 70,000 sq. ft. corporate headquarters and main assembly facility is located at 21 East Union Ave., East Rutherford, NJ, 20 minutes from midtown Manhattan. For more information, call (201) 939-8666 or visit www.MasqueSound.com.
Rickey Minor and Chris Walden Head Up 50-piece Date for AMA Icon Award
Pictured in Ocean Way's historic Studio A are (L-R) assistant engineer Wesley Seidman, recording engineer Steve Genewick, arranger/conductor Chris Walden, producer Rickey Minor, and contractor Ernie Fields, Jr. Photo by David Goggin.
A 50-piece orchestra assembled at Ocean Way’s historic Studio A to record orchestral arrangements of Rihanna’s smash hit “Diamonds” for the first-ever Icon Award presented during the recent American Music Awards broadcast.
“Producer Rickey Minor (Tonight Show with Jay Leno) called and asked me to write and conduct the orchestral arrangements over Rihanna’s existing rhythm tracks for her song ‘Diamonds’,” commented 4-time Grammy nominee Chris Walden. “Our contractor Ernie Fields, Jr. put together a great group of musicians for a really exciting session with Rickey at the helm and Steve Genewick engineering.”
The award presentation during the broadcast came after Bill Maher made the announcement as emcee, “She has become, I think, the voice of our time.” A video commemoration from Jay Z and a video montage showing her career highlights was followed by the special performance of her song “Diamonds.” Rihanna then accepted the Icon Award, which was presented to her by her mother, Monica Braithwaite. Following thanks to a group of people including Jay Z and producer Antonio “L.A.” Reid, she ended her speech, “I can’t believe that at 25 years old I’m holding an Icon award.”
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Leading digital signal processing developer will exhibit products including SymNet Radius AEC and Jupiter, and announce details of a new industry partnership.
Mary Marshall, CEO of Symetrix
SEATTLE, US: Symetrix, the leading developer of innovative DSP solutions, has announced that it will return to Integrated Systems Europe (4-6 February 2014, Amsterdam RAI) for the seventh consecutive year, co-exhibiting on the stand of Dutch distributor Iemke Roos with a selection of its most popular solutions for installed applications.
Visitors to stand 3-C90 will have the opportunity to find out more about a host of open architecture Symetrix products that utilise Audinate’s industry-leading Dante™ media networking technology, including Symetrix SymNet Edge, Radius 12×8 and the conferencing-oriented SymNet Radius AEC. Symetrix will also showcase open architecture standalone DSP SymNet Solus 16, as well as two fixed architecture solutions, Jupiter and Zone Mix 761.
Underlining its commitment to its extensive integrator customer base, Symetrix will host a pre-show sales and technical training meeting at Holiday Inn Amsterdam on 3 February for distribution partners. The same hotel will also be the venue for the Audinate-hosted AV Networking Congress on 4 February, in which Symetrix will be an active participant.
“We’re delighted to be exhibiting at ISE alongside our local partners, Iemke Roos,” commented Mary Marshall, CEO of Symetrix. “Along with the chance to see our latest solutions, there will be numerous opportunities for interested parties to sit down with a team member and discuss how Symetrix products can form the backbone of their next installation. We also look forward to participating in the AV Networking Congress and sharing our insights into the next phase of the fast-emerging networked AV world.”
ISE 2014 will also see Symetrix highlight the latest SymNet Composer software release and a major new industry partnership. More details of both developments will be revealed in the coming weeks.
Retail Locations Offer Exclusive In-Store-Only Deals 10AM – 6PM
Inside the control room of Vintage King Nashville, located in the famous Berry Hill neighborhood. Photo Credit: CJ Hicks
Vintage King Audio has announced its stores in Los Angeles and Nashville will open at 10 a.m. on Black Friday, November 29, 2013. Guests will enjoy a day of in-store-only exclusive deals on microphones, outboard gear, speakers, consoles, guitars, amps, pedals and more. This marks the inaugural Black Friday sales event at both locations. Online visitors to the web store will also enjoy deals on Black Friday, with many continuing through December 20, 2013.
“Black Friday is a great opportunity for us to open our doors and offer incredible deals on the world’s finest recording gear. Our knowledgeable staff will be available all day to answer questions and fulfill orders,” said Tom Menrath, Head of Strategic Development for Vintage King Audio. “We are particularly excited to see new faces at VKLA and VK Nashville. Many people have not yet had a chance to experience the totally unique shopping environment we have created.”
VKLA is Vintage King’s Los Angeles flagship store and demo studio featuring over 12 recording consoles, 90 500 Series modules, 30 speakers, 80 microphones and more, all hooked up for demonstration. VKLA is located at 1176 W. Sunset Blvd. near downtown Los Angeles. For more info, visit: http://www.vintageking.com/vkla
Vintage King Nashville is the newest store, located in the famous Berry Hill neighborhood at 2826 Dogwood Pl., Nashville, TN 37204. The _store features the “Vintage King Tone Lounge” where you can demo the finest boutique guitars, amps and pedals. To check out more, visit: http://www.vintageking.com/nashville
On Black Friday, November. 29, 2013, the in-store sales event will begin at 10:00 a.m. and run through 6:00 p.m.
ABOUT VINTAGE KING AUDIO
Vintage King Audio is a global leader in professional audio sales, studio consulting, and comprehensive gear servicing. No matter the scope of a client’s needs or goals, from selecting a new microphone to designing a studio from the ground up, Vintage King distinguishes itself with standard-setting customer service, which begins with the company’s knowledgeable, industry-experienced staff. Far surpassing the basic functions of an audio dealer, however, Vintage King Audio values its long-standing partnerships with manufacturers and stays connected with the professional audio community through hosting frequent events, panel discussions, and product launches. For more information, visit: http://www.vintageking.com/about-us
DPA microphones played a vital role at Dublin’s fourth Web Summit at the RDS by ensuring that key speakers could be clearly heard, despite high levels of background noise.
10,000 delegates from over 90 countries attended the two-day tech convention, which was officially opened when Ireland’s Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Enda Kenny rang the NASDAQ bell. New York’s NASDAQ stock exchange is synonymous with techie start-ups and this was the first time ever that the bell marking the start of trading was rung from Ireland.
Given the importance of this event – and the fact that the opening ceremony was broadcast live on television and streamed live online – it was imperative that the technical facilities were of the highest quality.
Tony Lanigan, Technical Director and Production Manager at Dublin-based rental/staging company Avtek, was responsible for specifying the audiovisual equipment for the entire event. He chose the cardioid DPA d:fine™ 4088 Headset Microphones for the speakers and presenters because they were the best alternative to lapel mics for sound reinforcement in the Summit’s high ambient noise environment.
“We often use DPA headset microphones, especially in venues such as old buildings and echo-y, cavernous churches where there are lots of reflections,” Lanigan explains. “For this event, at which there were over 200 exhibitors, they were absolutely the right choice because they really hit the mark.”
In total, Avtek used 50 DPA microphones – a mixture of d:fine 4088 Cardioid Headset Microphones and DPA d:screet™ 4066 Omnidirectional Miniature Microphones. DPA’s Irish distributor Big Bear Sound provided some new d:fine units to add to Avtek’s existing rental stock.
“Wherever possible, we tried to use DPA d:fine 4088 Headset Microphones with Sennheiser belt packs because their cardioid construction was able to give us as much SPL as possible to overcome the ambient noise,” Lanigan says. “Some of the ‘pitching’ stages were in the middle of the exhibition areas with up to 10,000 people roaming through the space chatting and selling their apps etc. In that environment, a speaker with a lapel mic would have struggled to be heard.”
Lanigan adds that he was especially pleased with the d:fine 4088 Headset Microphones which performed as well as a cardioid handheld mic.
“They certainly helped reduce or eliminate feedback, which was critical at the opening ceremony because the event was streamed on New Livestream.com from four of the conference rooms and transmitted live by CNBC, Bloomberg TV, Fox Business News and many other broadcasters, reaching millions of viewers worldwide,” he says. “The DPA d:fine Headset mics also went down well with the speakers who found them very comfortable to wear. It was certainly the first time anyone has seen our Taoiseach wear one, so he must have found it ok!”
Seen as an innovator and market leader in Ireland, Avtek specialize in high-end conferences, launches and events, the majority of which are in the corporate sector. It also provides in-house audiovisual solutions and services to venues and hotels around the world.
“DPA Headset Microphones often find their way onto our equipment riders, especially for conferences and award shows, because with these mics we can ensure that our MC is never just a moving mouth in a room full of people in high spirits,” Lanigan adds.
DPA Microphones is the leading Danish Professional Audio manufacturer of high quality condenser microphone solutions for professional applications. DPA’s ultimate goal is to provide you – whether you’re in live sound, recording, theater or broadcast – with the absolute finest possible microphone solutions for your tasks. DPA takes no shortcuts in the design processes nor makes any compromises in manufacturing, which is all done at the DPA factory in Denmark. As a result, DPA’s products are globally praised for their exceptional clarity and transparency, unparalleled specifications, supreme reliability, and above all, pure, uncolored and undistorted sound.
For more information, please visit www.dpamicrophones.com
Unit now offers 12 Analog Inputs and 16 Recording Tracks
NEW YORK, NOVEMBER 13, 2013 — Sound Devices, specialists in portable audio and video products for field production, continues its tradition of adding significant features to its products through regular firmware updates. The latest update, Version 2.00 for its flagship 664 Production Mixer, unlocks six additional line-level inputs on this already powerful field mixer. The 664 now offers 12 analog inputs and 16-track recording without requiring the CL-6 Input Controller. Sound Devices showcases the benefits of the 664’s latest firmware update, Version 2.00 at Content & Communications World 2013 (CCW Booth 1140).
Sound Devices 664 features six ultra-low-noise, high-dynamic-range preamps that accept mic- or line-level signals and include analog peak limiters, high-pass filters, and input trim control. Version 2.0 firmware provides access to six additional, menu-controlled, line-level inputs for a total of 12 inputs. Inputs 7-12 appear on TA3 connectors shared with the direct outputs. Inputs 1 and 6 can be set to accept AES3 or AES42 for digital microphones, each with its own SRC for simplicity in system clocking.
With version 2.00, the 664 can record 16 track files, which include all 12 inputs plus its four outputs, without requiring the CL-6 Input Controller. The CL-6 continues to be an important accessory for users requiring hardware fader control of inputs 7 through 12. Firmware revision 2.00 also brings additional LCD metering modes to support the expanded input capability. Three menu-set metering modes are selectable from the front panel meter button. Meter modes offer combinations of input and output levels.
The 664 records 16-track monophonic or polyphonic broadcast WAV files or stereo MP3 files to SD and/or CompactFlash cards. All inputs and outputs are individually selectable for recording, and feature up to three seconds of record pre-roll. With its dual card slots, the 664 can record content to either or both cards simultaneously, with the ability to assign different tracks to each memory card. With cards not optimized for multi-channel monophonic file recording or if the monophonic 10-track limit is exceeded, a warning message is displayed on the LCD display when starting a recording. In addition, when formatted in the 664, SD cards 64 GB and larger are automatically formatted as ExFAT (in accordance with the SD Association’s recommendation). All CF cards and lower-capacity SD cards remain FAT32.
The 664 offers greater flexibility and ease-of-use with its “LCD Daylight Display” mode, which incorporates a daylight-specific color scheme and solid-bar metering option for improved readability in direct sunlight. In addition, it includes a high-precision, Ambient-based timecode generator/reader for multi-camera and double-system sound applications.
Existing 664 users can download version 2.00 for free by visiting http://www.sounddevices.com/download/664-firmware/.
Sound Devices, LLC designs and manufactures portable audio mixers, digital audio recorders, and digital video recorders and related equipment for feature film, episodic television, documentary, news-gathering, and acoustical test and measurement applications. Founded in 1998, the company designs and manufactures from their Reedsburg, Wisconsin headquarters with additional offices in Madison, WI and Highland Park, IL. For more information, visit the Sound Devices website, www.sounddevices.com.
Studio Technologies, the manufacturer of high-quality video, audio and fiber optic products for the professional audio and broadcast industries, will debut the new Model 412 Fiber Transport System and the IFB Plus Series Model 2A Central Controller at CCW Expo 2013 (Booth 1251). The Model 412 Fiber Transport System is a high-performance portable or rack-mounted solution for transporting multiple digital video signals and Ethernet over single-mode optical fiber. The Model 2A Central Controller features improved audio quality, enhanced signal handling capabilities and uses less energy than its Model 2 predecessor.
“At Studio Technologies, we are constantly gathering industry feedback regarding how contemporary systems and production teams actually work so that we can design devices that solve real problems and streamline workflow,” says Gordon Kapes, president of Studio Technologies. “Our new Model 412 Fiber Transport System is a highly-capable device, delivering SDI video, MADI audio, and Ethernet transport over single-mode fiber for simple set up and reliable performance. The Model 2A Central Controller, part of the IFB Plus Series, is a further example of listening to the industry, as we upgraded the popular Model 2 to have more features and better audio quality in an energy efficient package. We believe the industry attendees at the CCW Expo 2013 will be enthusiastic about both products.”
The Model 412 Fiber Transport System is compatible with all common broadcast serial digital video (SDI) formats as well as MADI multi-channel digital audio. It can transport up to six format-independent SD-/HD-/3G-SDI or MADI signal paths multiplexed in two groups of three signals. The Model 412 also provides gigabit Ethernet-over-fiber transport capability along with a four port 10/100/1000 Ethernet switch. Model 412 units are ideal for use in remote trucks, live-event video/data distribution and fixed links associated with broadcast and production facilities. Three Model 412 versions are available, offering a range of SDI/MADI input and output configurations. Each uses four strands of single-mode optical fiber to support an interconnect distance in excess of 6 miles (10 km). The combination of SDI/MADI and Ethernet transport capabilities, along with extensive user support features in a lightweight, compact form factor make the Model 412 a highly unique product. The compact “half-rack” 2RU enclosure weighs less than three pounds (1.4 kg) and is powered by 10-18 volts DC.
The next evolution of its IFB Plus Series, the Model 2A Central Controller, is a 1RU unit that builds on the foundation of the original Model 2 by offering upgraded features and innovative improvements that make the new model perform better, serve more reliably and use less energy than the original. An added microcontroller integrated circuit results in smoother audio control, more accurate level metering and adds additional operating features. The Model 2A’s updated talent amplifier output allows more IFB listen-only talent amplifiers to be connected. In addition, party-line (PL) user “beltpack” devices can now be directly connected and serve as a small, PL intercom system. Perfect for use in mobile applications, such as ENG trucks and OB vans, the design of the Model 2A is more compact and lighter in weight than the original. With identical connectors and user controls, the new unit offers an easy upgrade path for existing IFB Plus Series users. The Model 2A remains compatible with the IFB Plus Series of product offerings, including the popular Model 32A Talent Amplifier, Model 22 Access Station, and related accessories.
About Studio Technologies, Inc.
Studio Technologies, Inc. provides tailored, high-performance video, audio and fiber optic products for the professional audio and broadcast markets. The company was founded in 1978 with a commitment to design and manufacture dependable, individualized solutions for broadcast studio, stadium and corporate environments. Known for “designing for the way professionals work,” the company is recognized as an industry leader that has never wavered from its individualized design pledge. Product categories include fiber-optic transport, broadcast support, mobile broadcast, intercom and IFB, announcer consoles, and loudspeaker monitor control systems. For more information, please visit the Studio Technologies website at www.studio-tech.com or call 847.676.9177.
PixelFLEX, a leading provider of flexible and lightweight LED video screens, is unveiling its 6mm curtain video screen at LDI 2013 in November (Booth 669). The new 6mm curtain is the company’s highest resolution offering, joining PixelFLEX’s growing line of products that include panels ranging from 7mm to 100mm, in addition to its LR-4 and LR-8 lightweight rigid video screens for outdoor and indoor applications.
Providing a variety of video display solutions to meet any and all live event needs, PixelFLEX’s LED curtains are easy to operate and set up – videos and images can be sent to the screen using any computer with a DVI-D connection. Flexible in all directions, the curtains are able to bend and shape around structures for a more creative display effect and can be stored in a single road case to simplify shipping logistics while minimizing transportation costs.
PixelFLEX’s 6mm panel is 1.97′ x 9.84′ in size, but modifications can be made easily to provide a customized video content delivery solution to meet any need. Each 6mm curtain video screen weighs approximately 11.5Kg/sq.m (25 lbs), which is 70-80 percent less than most other high-resolution LED video screens of this size.
“With popular musicians such as Luke Bryan and Skillet using PixelFLEX screens on tour, the demand for our panels continues to grow,” said Jeremy Byrd, the company’s founder and president. “The one request we’ve heard most often from customers is the need for a higher resolution panel to deliver high quality video to audiences at any distance. With the introduction of our 6mm curtain, PixelFLEX is at the sweet spot for smaller venues where distance between the stage and audience presents a variety of challenges.”
To meet the increased demand for its panels by musicians, houses of worship, universities and other venues, PixelFLEX plans to introduce several other high-resolution LED curtain video screens prior to the LDI Show in Las Vegas. Visit them at booth 669 for a glimpse at the 6mm curtain.
For more information on PixelFLEX’s 6mm LED curtain video screen, visit www.LEDCurtain.com. Follow PixelFLEX at www.Facebook.com/PixelFLEXUSA and @LEDCurtain.
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