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Articles Nov-Dec 2020

Effectron Reinforces Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam College Auditorium with Adamson Sound, Barco Projection and Effectron Lights and Furnishing

The 2000-seat multipurpose auditorium at the Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Government College in Daman, in August 2020 was installed with an impressive audio architecture from Adamson..... read more

Soundframe Gives LOTD an Exclusive Harman Professional Audio System Finesse

SoundFrame recently outfitted Lord of the Drinks’ Kolkata location with a complete Harman Professional Audio System to provide exceptional audio quality and coverage for its patrons..... read more

Neumann Home Studio Academy India Edition - In Conversation with Meghdeep Bose

Meghdeep Bose is a noted arranger, composer and music producer. In this exclusive interview with PT, Meghdeep talks about his collaboration with Sennheiser and Neumann for the Indian edition..... read more

Acoustics In Auditorium Design - by Vijay Purandare

How a room sounds and feels depends heavily on the specific acoustic properties of the materials in the room. For example, the acoustics of a concert hall are designed..... read more

Acoustic and Audio System Design for Small Rooms- Part 4 - by Rahul Sarma

In Part 3 of the series, Rahul spoke about the science behind absorption and diffusion..... read more


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Absen Launches Venus LED Series at ISE 2020




LED manufacturer Absen has announced the launch of a new super-lightweight touring solution for rental stagers at ISE 2020. The Venus (VN) Series is an innovative LED display that has been specifically designed for concerts and festivals due to its ability to create super-sized screens at speed. The product features a unique integrated ‘module-on-frame’ design. At 27.5 kg/sqm, it is the lightest integrated touring display solution on the market, allowing creative teams to cut back on weight, save cost and build even bigger LED walls – up to 20 metres in height.

The VN Series is far quicker to install thanks to its big cabinet size (1500 x 1000) and fast locking system thereby saving on time. It is also easier to maintain and upgrade as the modules can be swiftly switched out without the need to take apart the frame structure.

The VN Series will be available in two standard sizes: 1,500mm (W) x 1,000mm (H) and 500mm x 1,000mm, in order to allow for fully customized options. It will be available in 3.9mm, 4.8mm and 8.3mm pixel pitch versions, boasting up to 5000 nits brightness and black face LED. The VN Series also allows for concave and convex curving options for highly creative video wall designs; with horizontal free-adjustable variances of -10 to +10 degrees, allowing fixed positioning at -10°, -5°, 0°, +5° and +10°.

All Venus LED panels are fitted with carbon fibre pipes with special anti-slip coatings to ensure the safety of climbers, with additional safety hooks so riggers can secure themselves at every step of the building process. The VN’s easy locking system with big-sized handles are simple to use even with thick gloves on, with color-coded lock/unlock markers and vertical auto-lock for an improved user experience.

The product can be easily hung, stacked, and transported, thanks to a 5-in-1 dolly system, which has been carefully calculated to allow two rows and three columns to fit in a 40HQ container, allowing for 315 sqm of LED panels per truck. Wind bracing is also available and can withstand gale force winds of up to level 8.

Amy Tang, VP of product at Absen, comments: “The VN has been designed with the customer in mind at every step of the way. Not only does the product deliver a visually stunning performance for punters, it is radically different to what is currently available on the market and will see customers save on costs, weight, and time, thanks to its unique module-on-frame design. We are confident that Venus will set a new benchmark for the touring market and we cannot wait to see what our customers have in store for the product!”

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