Getting down in Darlington with Phase One

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Our team had a successful evening over in Darlington last week at the showcase event hosted by Phase One at Haughton WMC.

We, of course, had the sought after Equinox Arcus and Combi Booth on show. These two products have had a tremendous response with 100’s sold in the space of a few months. Not surprising when the Arcus has the best output for its price point in the marketplace and continues to astonish all who see it in action. We also took the Combi Booths and the Hypnos. This compact unit produces some mesmerising effects that are ideal for backlighting the booth as well as floor and wall washing.

The Prolight Concepts group stand at Northern Lights

The ever-expanding Equinox Fusion series has really come into its own, and further expanded its applications with the new 200 zoom spot and 260ZR wash. These feature-full moving heads really pack a punch and give users the chance to create stunning light shows without breaking the bank. Our RGB power batten and UV power flood are the perfect choice for all mobile entertainers and now feature on thousands of roadshows across the country. Not forgetting the Helix, due in the new year this gem of a product is a powerful gobo flower featuring a 100W LED light source and clever programming projecting vibrant coloured gobos on to walls and dance floors.

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First outing in the UK was for the Switchblade, a beam, strobe and wash effect housed in one moving head. If you didn’t catch it at the show we have a video coming very soon as these are currently being filmed in our state of the art 700sqft videography suite.

Bradley Jeffrey of the Prolight Concepts Group said… “The show had a significant turn out with attendees travelling from as far as Leeds to come and see the latest products we had to offer. Our final Helix sample was admired all night with its anticipated release just around the corner, whilst the new Switchblade featuring 5 beams and a wash/strobe gained a lot of interest with people intrigued to know what this quirky effect could bring to their set-up.”

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