Event Concept has announced several new investments in its technical equipment, including new lighting, audio and video equipment.
The London-based company has invested heavily in lighting manufactures Robe, SGM and Martin by Harman.
Its new Robe equipment includes the BMFL Blade, picklePATT, Spikie and ROBIN CycBar 15. From SGM the company has purchased the G-Spot and has increased its current stock of P5’s. Martin by Harman’s MAC Aura XB has also made its way into the Event Concept warehouse.
It has also replenished and updated its existing generic lighting equipment, with the ETC Source Four Mini and Source Four HID CE also finding new homes on the Event Concept warehouse shelves.
Event Concept has upgraded its older stock of Yamaha desks – LS9-16’s, LS9-32’s and M7CL’s – to the latest QL and CL Series, including the QL1, QL5 and CL5. It has also invested in Yamaha’s R series – Rio3224-Ds and Rio1608-Ds.
Alongside these, the company has designed its own fully patchable digital multicore racks, allowing Event Concept to utilise its existing analogue Veam infrastructure alongside its new Link hybrid digital multicore, which carries two CAT6 ‘s and two XLRs down one cable and connector. Inventory Manager Richard Purcell and Head of Audio Visual Mark Smith designed the systems.
Event Concept has also invested heavily in d&b audiotechnik’s Y-Series, with Y7Ps, Y10Ps and Y- SUBs arriving over the last few weeks, alongside a number of D20 amplifiers and DS10 Audio Network Bridges. The company’s stock of T10 and M4 monitors has also been bolstered.
Further procurement took place with increased Shure UHF-R radio microphone systems, Sennheiser EW 300 G3 in-ear monitors and Pioneer’s NX2 DJ range.
The company has also purchased Panasonic RZ12K 3-chip and RZ670 single chip projectors, and has upgraded its video displays to the new Samsung DM range.