As you can see, our basic disco system in daylight is very clean and tidy and will certainly not look out of place even in a high end venue. All of our cables and leads are placed well out of the way of the general public, eliminating any unnecessary potential hazards. Our lights are also carefully positioned above the DJ's head and so will not cause an obstruction to anyone. Our DJ's stand has plastic feet and our speakers have plastic feet and so are ideal for venues with solid wooden flooring that is easily scratched.
As you will see from the images below, the type of equipment we use is tailored to suit the event and so some examples of different sound systems and lighting configurations are shown. The sound and lighting configuration we use is based on a number of factors. Obviously bigger venues with more guests require a louder sound system, some venues are long and thin, others short and wide, some are L shaped or curved and of course the type of event all play a part in determining which type of setup would be best suited to a particular event. But what's most important, is what you the customer wants and these factors usually determine the type of setup we use.
Knightor Winery and Restaurant St Austell Cornwall - PL26 8YQ
This is smaller system and was used in Knightor Winery and Restaurant for around 80 guests.
Menheniot Village Hall - Liskeard Cornwall - PL14 3RR
This is one of our larger systems with high powered computer controlled laser and customised monogram gobo projector.
Areas we cover as default: Camborne - Redruth - Hayle - St Ives - Helston - Penzance - Falmouth - Truro - Newquay - St Austell - Marazion - The Lizard - St Just - St Buryan - St Agnes - Sennen - Padstow - Porthtowan - Porthleven - Perranporth - Penryn - Newlyn - Mullion - Liskeard - St Mawes - Bodmin - Lostwithiel - Looe - Mevagissey - Fowey - Launceston - Wadebridge - Tintagel - Saltash - Torpoint - Lands end to Plymouth, Cornwall and the South West.