Sydney’s Audio Visual Events do exactly what their name says, and have been doing it well from St Leonards for 16 years. Priding themselves on meticulous attention to detail and the latest and greatest tech across all departments, they invested heavily in Elation Sixbar 1000 LED battens last year, adding 60 to their inventory. This purchase has proven to be a solid one, as they’ve just added another 40, rounding out to an even 100 in stock.
“The High End Systems SolaFrames and SolaWashes were tested extensively by the ACC before purchase, and they represented the best results and value for money,” said Andrew Gayler, owner of Andy J Sound. “And those xVision converters are built like a tank! Put simply, they’re all great products, and reliable. Lexair offered the best products and service, with a tight timeline for delivery, and fulfilled their promise.”
32 Hundred Lighting’s Managing Director Iain Reed has been a busy man; he’s recently overseen huge installations he created duringVividSydney, including the gigantic ‘Harbour Lights’ project that used GPS to coordinate lighting changes on commercial ships and Sydney ferries covered in LEDs as they move through the harbour.
He also collaborated with artist Joe Cox on ‘Colours of Remembrance’, lighting King’s Cross’s El Alamein Fountain as part of the multiple installations and sculptures in the precinct. Both projects made excellent use of the dazzlingly brightTMBSolaris Flare IP, the IP65 rated wash that kicks out (appropriately) 32,000 lumens!
Novatech have given their 12 IP65-rated Elation Proteus Hybrid fixtures some serious punishment over the last few months. First, they left them outside for five weeks in Adelaide, copping the full heat of an SA summer. They then migrated north for four weeks on the beach at The Gold Coast.