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PixelBright increases its Roland investment

Young rental company PixelBright has placed its second significant Roland order with A.C. Entertainment Technologies Ltd’s audio division, writes Paul Watson
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 In just its second year of full-service operation, PixelBright is setting about duplicating its first PA rental system, in order to meet the needs of two busy showband clients. The hire company has just placed an order with authorised reseller A.C. Entertainment Technologies Ltd's audio division for additional inventory of Roland’s M-400 48-channel digital consoles and Roland M-48 personal monitor mixers.
 PixelBright’s director Chris Sayce and his partner Nick Allen made an initial investment in Roland’s V-Mixing Series of consoles and then the M-48s for stage sound; and are currently using Roland’s M-380 and M-400 consoles, which Sayce rates for their small footprint and versatility. “From the beginning, we saw demand for all areas of show production, so we diversified from lighting into sound, but stuck to the same principle of being service-led rather than obsessing about technology,” explains Sayce. “Supplying two M-400 desks and M-48s for all the musicians, just one band contract will enable us to pay for a system within the year, which makes it a great investment.” Roland’s business development manager Simon Kenning says PixelBright is probably the stereotypical user of the V-Mixer package.
“They are focussed on achieving value for money for their clients and themselves,” he says, “demanding robust workhorse performance from a good feature set in a compact frame.” www.rolandsg.co.ukwww.pixelbright.co.uk

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