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Did you know that we are now offering our “Make Offer” process with GearSource?

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It is easy to find the production gear you need at the price offer that is right for your budget. Simply look through our extensive catalog of equipment, find the right piece of gear that fits your needs and with an easy click…submit your offer. The vendor has 48 hours to respond to your inquiry. At that time, the vendor can accept, reject or counter offer your request. Once the offer is accepted it is then converted into a “sales inquiry” and the invoice is submitted. Then the item ships and it safely lands into the hands of the new owner. Our “Make Offer” process is the perfect balance of negotiations between buyer and seller. A process that “makes” everyone happy.

Check out our simple Make Offer info-graphic that explains the process.

Here are a few inventory items that you can “Make Offers” on right now > CLICK HERE

M’elodie Line Array Loudspeaker

3432ce2f-3cf3-42f8-83d3-1a90fbbe62faSometimes, big things come in small packages. The M’elodie ultracompact high-power curvilinear array loudspeaker is a good example. M’elodie is Meyer Sound’s newest generation of a strong family line: the celebrated M Series. M’elodie brings the sonic signature and easy to use rigging of the MILO family of loudspeakers, along with an extraordinary power-to-size ratio to a package smaller than the company’s MICA compact high-power curvilinear array loudspeaker. As a result, M’elodie is compact enough for small theatres, ballrooms and clubs, as well as being an outstanding performer in theatrical productions and corporate AV applications.

Roadster S+10K-M w/Lens, Cage and Case

b547bbba-47a1-4de1-8348-224764f44a77The most compact in its class, the Christie M Series platform provides the high-performance and feature-rich standards expected in all Christie products. Christie delivers brightness, versatility, reliability and affordability in this latest addition to the Christie family of display solutions. The Roadster S+10K-M, designed with stagers in mind offers high efficiency and low cost of ownership by drawing a maximum power of 1320W giving you full brightness while using less power.

Set of (2) Mac 600 NT Parts Unit

8d7ca0fc-0010-4a7f-a0ad-92bb7b4fec99The MAC 600 NT is a highly efficient automated 575 watt moving-head wash light that features subtractive cyan, magenta, and yellow (CMY) color mixing and continuous color temperature correction. It provides a soft-edged 25° field in the standard configuration. Narrow and wide angle fields may be achieved with accessory snap-lock lens assemblies.

Q7 Loudspeaker

493d619b-9996-449a-820e-0cc26821ccabThe Q7 is a 75° x 40° passive two-way loudspeaker housing two 10″ LF drivers and a 1.3″ HF compression driver with a rotatable constant directivity horn and a passive crossover network. The two 10″ neodymium LF drivers are positioned in a dipolar arrangement providing exceptional vertical dispersion control with the nominal angle being maintained down to 400 Hz. The Q7 with the horn rotated is used to mount the loudspeaker horizontally where space is limited, or the maximum horizontal pattern control is needed and when added to the bottom of Q1 arrays. The Q7 can be used as a stand-alone full range system, in combinations with other Q-Series cabinets ground stacked, or mounted on a high stand with a swivel bracket. They can also be combined in flown array systems. The Q7 cabinet is constructed from marine plywood and has an impact resistant paint finish. The front of the loudspeaker cabinet is protected by a rigid metal grill, covered with a replaceable acoustically transparent foam. The cabinet incorporates a pair of handles and mounted on the rear panel are two EP5 or NL4 connectors wired in parallel.





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