Colour Sound invests in 50 Robe BMFLs

London-based company now holds the largest stock of Robe BMFL fixtures in the UK
Haydn "H" Cruickshank with one of the new BMFL fixtures purchased by Colour Sound Experiment.
Haydn "H" Cruickshank with one of the new BMFL fixtures purchased by Colour Sound Experiment.

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Following its recent investment, West London-based lighting and visuals rental company, Colour Sound Experiment, now holds the largest stock of Robe BMFL Spot moving lights in the UK. This is thanks to the company's purchase of 50 new fixtures, which have been delivered by Robe UK.

The new BFMFLs join Colour Sound’s stock of over 800 moving lights, of which around 450 are Robe products. They will be in action all over the UK this summer, helping to service a run of 60-plus major music festivals for which Colour Sound is already confirmed as lighting and LED screen supplier, including We Are FSTVL, Glastonbury, Creamfields, Reading/Leeds and numerous others.

Colour Sound's Haydn "H" Cruickshank commented: "BMFLs are starting to appear on riders. I know that any Robe product is likely to be reliable and a 'good bet’ for us, and we also needed a new bright and versatile moving light for the festivals generally. The BMFL Spots are perfect for the larger stages."

The custom-designed 1700W BMFL Spot lightsource produces 220,000 lux at five metres with a CRI of 90/92. It is packed with features including a 5 to 53 degree zoom and a truly homogenised crisp, high quality fat beam … with no hotspot. It weighs just 36kg, which makes it very manageable and a big hit with crews.

Colour Sound’s previous major investment in Robe was in 2014, with the purchase of Pointes, CycFX 8s and MiniMes.

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