DMT

DutchMediaTools or DMT in short, has become a global player on the LEDscreen market. Next to those core-products DMT offers a wide variety of general video-signal processing tools, AV hardware and cables. Even on a tight budget DMT can offer a creative solution for your event. Call us for info.

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DAP Audio

DAP Audio is our audio-brand. It has been on the market for many years now and it's established as an audio-brand with an outstanding price-quality balance. It incorporates a wide range of audio products: audiomixers, amplifiers, speakersystems, audio-processing tools, audio-cables, connectors, flightcases and hardware.

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Showtec

Showtec, a true "showtechnology-veteran", is well known by enthusisast and professionals from all over the world. From a home-party to a global show-event: Showtec is widely used to create stunning light- and effectshows on stage and dancefloor. Showtec offers everything you need to take your event to a higher level: lighteffects, movingheads, blinders, controllers and much more!

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Artecta

Artecta is our youngest and more sophisticated offspring. It's our answer to an enduring demand for more stylish yet affordable architectural lightingfixtures. Artecta offers: downlights, wall-lights, ingroundspots, tracklights, underwaterlights, garden/streelights and with an hint to our entertainmentbranch: moodlights.

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Showtec and DMT @ Extrema Outdoor

Last month, the one-day festival Extrema Outdoor (Eindhoven, NL) celebrated its 20th anniversary. 55,000 partygoers were treated to a large number of international DJs performing on eight different stages. Some of these stages also showcased a number of products by Showtec and DMT.Products used include Active Sunstrips, Spectral M800s, and four and eight-lamp blinders. A large number of LED Pixel Strips P25 were mounted on round trusses, creating exceptionally impressive visuals. The decor in...

Arkaos Media Master V4.2 available for Windows

Highlite International B.V Tim Dautzenberg
In its latest update, Arkaos has added a fantastic new feature to its software. The Cue Player is an important addition for users requiring accurate and reliable options for playing multiple visual files in succession. It can be used, for example, in shows or installations where visual material needs to be automatically repeated.

OSRAM AluPAR to be phased out

Highlite International B.V Tim Dautzenberg
The OSRAM AluPAR will gradually be phased out. Production will be scaled down from 30 September 2015 with the aim of eventually stopping production. As Highlite is dependent upon OSRAM as a supplier, it will become increasingly difficult to obtain the AluPAR lamps. Please contact our sales department for more information. They will be able to advise you about alternative products from other suppliers.

New truss towers for moving heads

Highlite International B.V Tim Dautzenberg
Scanners are increasingly being replaced by moving heads. This is because moving heads have a further reach than scanners, meaning a larger area can be illuminated. But how do you position a moving head for a stylish light display when you don't have a big truss behind you?

New truss accessories

Highlite International B.V Tim Dautzenberg
Festivals and clubs prove it - truss installations are becoming more and more creative and are being used to produce increasingly unusual constructions. Even spotlights don't necessarily need to hang directly under the truss or be attached to it. To do this safely, Highlite is introducing a number of new truss accessories.

Infinity Sunpanels at Rock Werchter festival, Belgium

The 41st edition of Rock Werchter in Belgium began on Thursday 25 June 2015. Eighty artists from around the world took to the stage as part of this four-day festival. With almost 90,000 visitors daily, the twenty-seven Infinity Sunpanels made many a festival goer's experience that much more thrilling. Production Resource Group (PRG) took care of producing the equipment.The Sunpanels hung above the KluB C stage, one of the three stages at the festival, where visitors were treated to visual eff...
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