Mega Systems Inc. goes big at InfoComm

Company's products displayed across six stands at Las Vegas trade show
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At InfoComm Las Vegas earlier this month, Mega Systems, Inc. displayed a huge range of new gear across six booths in total at the show.

In booth C4056, Mega-Lite showcased its new par, strobe and ellipsoidal offerings with the Tuff Baby P84, XS LED W, XS LED RGB, Drama LED W50 and Drama LED W120 fixtures. It also unveiled the new Axis Grid infinite pan and tilt moving head with pixel control that displays both letters and numbers. The Nova-Lite LED single source house light was also launched at the show.

Dicolor had a huge presence in the booth as well, showcasing the BAT M1-391 LED Display, with a six-panel video wall. Two new LED panels were launched in the booth including the Phantom Panel 5.9mm outdoor LED display with a 36 panel video wall and the X-Panel 2.84mm Ultra HD indoor LED Display with a 15 panel video wall.

RGBLink also had a big presence at InfoComm, with the video processing manufacturer showcasing its Venus series with the Venus X1, Venus X2 and Venus X3. The new X3 Live also made its debut at InfoComm.

As an official sponsor, Mega-Lite and PR Lighting dominated the rig at the Live Experience booth. Mega-Lite showed the new Axis Cyclops single-lens infinite moving head, Drama FS-LED 700 and debuted the Axis Grid. Attendees also got a sneak peek of upcoming units from Mega-Lite including the H5 Hazer, Medusa 4-1 moving head, O-Beam 17R outdoor moving head and O-Blinder units. Mega-Lite also introduced its new Lumen8 Surface all-in-one consoles with training classes offered at the show. The lighting control in the booth was run by the soon-to-be released Lumen8 Pro, while PR Lighting showcased its new ellipsoidal Pro Stage 150-RGBW and XPar 150 single source outdoor par.

Mega Systems, Inc. also partnered up with more exhibitors at the show, with Mega-Lite and Dicolor products shown in the TAF Truss Aluminium Factory booth, Vue Audiotechnik, LLC Booth and Electro-Voice Demo Room.

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