Total Solution Marketing, Ayrton’s exclusive distributor for the Singapore region, supplies Trio AV with 24 Ayrton Diablo S LED profile fixtures.
Trio AV’s John Tang explained why the company had chosen Diablo S, one of Ayrton’s most innovative, ultra-compact luminaires: “We were seeking a small size and lightweight LED moving light profile fixture with framing shutter to replace our older fixtures. We had heard a lot of positive feedback and seen the popularity of the Ayrton Diablo S on the market, so we approached local distributor Total Solution Marketing to get a demo unit for our own evaluation.”
Tang compared it against other similar fixtures and the Diablo really stood out from other brands. “It has a great zoom range, is very bright for a 300W LED engine, with smooth dimming and good shutters. It is compact and lightweight, so easy for our technicians to rig,” he said. “It meets all our requirements. Also, we have received great service support from Total Solution Marketing for many years, so all this made our decision easy.”
In designing Diablo, Ayrton took on the challenge of making the smallest, lightest and most efficient luminaire of its category. To achieve this, Ayrton miniaturised the framing system whilst maximising the performance level, and packed a wealth of features into a fixture that weighs just 21.8kg with a record output of 19,000 lumens.
Tang was enthusiastic about Diablo’s many uses and his technicians’ response to working with the fixtures. “The team love the versatility of Diablo S because we can use them for various market segments, including corporate, live events, TV and theatre. The build quality and performance have proved excellent so far. It has exceeded our expectations and is very popular with our clients due to the many great features, good output, great zoom range and the compact size and weight.”
Looking to the future Tang is certain of success with this fixture. “We plan to add more Diablo S luminaires to our stock. It has proven to be a great investment and is getting ever more popular in our region,” Tang concluded.