May 2016

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May 2016

New Products

Meyer Sound: Unveils Three Sound Solution Products

Contributing Member Meyer Sound debuted the three latest additions to its line of sound reinforcement solutions at Prolight+Sound in Frankfurt, Germany -- the MJF-208 compact stage monitor, the MDM-5000 high-power distribution module, and the LYON-WXT extended vertical option.

Mega Systems: Introduces Drama LED, Axis Cyclops

Contributing Member Mega Systems recently introduced two new products. The Drama LED W50 is a compact, powerful ellipsoidal with a smooth, flat spotlight. The Axis Cyclops is a new moving head from Mega-Lite.

ETC: EchoAccess, DMX Scene Controller Expand Product Family

Contributing Member ETC added EchoAccess and the DMX Scene Controller to complement its Unison Echo family of products. With them, designers can configure and customize self-contained systems, presets, and zones while maintaining system-wide control.

Rose Brand: Stretcher Frame System in New Catalogs

The new Stretcher Frame System is featured in Contributing Member Rose Brand’s 2016 catalogs. It fixes the extreme hourglassing and puckering often encountered with scrims, bobbinettes, vinyl, projection screens, and muslin backdrops.

GLP: Debuts Hybrid Fixture at Prolight+Sound

Sustaining Member GLP launched the new GT-1 hybrid fixture at Prolight+Sound in Frankfurt, Germany recently. It works as a spot, beam and wash fixture with the highest level of performance.

RC4 Wireless: Releases Major Firmware Update

Sustaining Member RC4 released new firmware for all RC4 Wireless Series 3 Harmonized Design devices, including RC4Magic Series 3, LumenDim for CRMX, and W-DIM for W-DMX. Existing customers and users can update their devices using the RC4 Wireless CodeLoader cable.

Eartec: Introduces New Headset Links

Supporting Member Eartec recently introduced UltraLite, a full duplex wireless headset that allows up to four people to communicate simultaneously without a base station. It features a miniature transceiver built inside the ear cup. A rechargeable lithium polymer battery provides six hours of use.