Category: Entertainment

HARMAN Professional Solutions provides audio, video, lighting, and control technology that can be installed to meet the needs of a wide variety of entertainment environments, including recording, cinemas, and live touring, as well as product available for retail purchase.

Broadway Bounty Hunter Provides Big Thrills For Intimate Venue with Martin MAC Allure Profile Lighting the Way

Broadway Bounty Hunter is an action-comedy musical written by Tony nominee Joe Iconis, which stars Annie Golden as a struggling actress who becomes a bounty hunter and travels to the jungles of South America through a strange turn of fate. Inspired by retro exploitation films and kung-fu movies, Broadway Bounty Hunter is heavy on action
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Martin MAC Encore Fixtures Ideal for Lush Yet Compact Lighting Needs of Broadway Musical, Hadestown

Martin MAC Encore Series lighting fixtures are playing a key supporting role in the current Broadway production of Hadestown, under the direction of Lighting Designer Bradley King. First premiered in 2006 and later adapted as a concept album, Hadestown is a musical based on Greek mythology written and composed by singer and songwriter Anaïs Mitchell.
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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Goes All In With JBL-Crown-Soundcraft Audio Solution

English Premier League football side Tottenham Hotspur wanted an exceptional audio experience to complement their newly constructed 62,000 capacity stadium that opened in April 2019. The state-of-the-art sports and entertainment venue features a wide range of luxury amenities, including an innovative retractable pitch, cutting-edge video screens, museum, club shop and more. The stadium audio solution
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What really matters when comparing digital and analog wireless microphone systems

What’s been holding you back from making the leap to a wireless system? Think you have to worry about poor sound quality, signal dropouts and unreliability? Think again. These days, great wireless systems can sound as good as—or even better than—wired systems, and they’re more reliable than ever. They’re critical tools in modern productions, from
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